As Mission Street continues to develop, a preliminary proposal has been submitted for a 6-story building that would replace a laundromat and parking lot on the street between 25th and 26th. The proposal is still in its very beginning stages and no decision has made on whether the housing would be condos or rentals. However, the early plans call for 7,400 square feet of commercial space topped by 18 two-beds, 18 one-beds and 2 studios. There would be private terraces on the second and fifth floors and a common open space on the fifth floor. The project is part of a flurry of development activity currently taking place around Mission Street.
Just down the street, one of the first big housing developments on Mission, Vida, is already 30% sold out only two months after the sales office opened. The building has 114 units and one of its penthouses just sold for $1.1 million. Next to Vida an art gallery will be going in, while a gym is confirmed for the boarded up property across the street. There are rumors that it could be a Crunch. Further down the street, a controversial development at the 16th Street BART station is taking shape.
· 2918-2924 Mission Street Preliminary Project Proposal [SF Planning
· Big Mission News [Bisnow]
· Vida Sales Office Open and Selling on Mission Street [Curbed SF]
· Housing Project Planned for BART Corner at 16th and Mission [Curbed SF]