From the Curbed inbox:
What's going on with the renovations at Mission and 15th? There's what I thought was a storage site about three stories high. They've been working on it for months now, which makes me think they're planning on turning it into condos. The neighborhood is certainly changing: new condos across the street and kink.com down the block at the Armory.
Our reader is right on track—the property at 1875 Mission is undergoing a renovation and interior remodeling to construct 38 residential units (23 one-bedrooms and 15 two-bedrooms), 23 off-street parking spaces in the existing lot, 2,800 sq. ft. of ground floor commercial space, plus a new pool on the roof. This is a major down-shift from the original plans for the building back in 2010, which called for construction of new residential buildings in parking lots for a total of 98 units. The building indeed used to be storage, but it was built in 1925 for William Hoelscher & Co, a wholesale wine and liquor shop. The project sponsor filed for subdivision, so it looks like the units will be sold as condos. No word on pricing or interior renderings yet, but we'll keep you posted.
· Exemption from Environmental Review - 1875 Mission [SF Planning]
· 1875 Mission Street survey form [SF Planning]