A 7,405 square foot site in the Mission could be the next property to transform from abandoned warehouse into new housing. Preliminary plans have been submitted to demolish the old one-story Western Plywood building at 2600 Harrison, near 22nd Street, and replace it with a new 40-foot-high, four-story residential building with 20 apartments, including a penthouse. The units would be mostly two-beds, with a smattering of three one-bedroom apartments. There would be fifteen ground-floor parking spots, a roof deck and six private decks. The plans are still in the very early stages, but if they do move forward, construction is expect to take around twelve months. Local firm Kerman/Morris Architects is attached to the project.
· 2600 Harrison Preliminary Project Assessment [SF Planning, PDF]