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New Mixed-Use Project in Dogpatch Looking for Approvals

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Down in the Dogpatch, a new mixed-use housing project is proposed for the block bound by Tennessee, 23rd, and Third streets. Designed by Fougeron Architecture, the project will demo exiting warehouse buildings and a service station to build a six-story building with 259 units (six 3BRs, 105 2BRs, 49 1BRs, and 99 studios), 2,260 square feet of ground-floor retail, 147 parking spots, and 259 bike spots. In addition to lots of common open space, seventeen lucky units will also have private decks. Since the location is within the boundaries of and meets all the guidelines for the Eastern Neighborhoods Area Plan, the project doesn't need its own separate EIR so environmental review is streamlined. There were only a couple comments from the public and they were split on support, but Planning staff is recommending approval. · Large Project Authorization - 1201-1225 Tennessee Street [SF Planning]
· Previous Coverage of Fougeron Architecture [Curbed SF]