This past February, Curbed reported that the planned redevelopment for Duboce Triangle's Sullivan's Funeral Home wouldn't begin for another two years, but, according to Hoodline, Prado Group, Inc.'s project has been fast-tracked. Along with the funeral home on 2254 Market Street, a parking lot east of the site will be redeveloped to make way for the planned residential units.
The new LEED-Platinum certified structure will span five stories with two ground-floor retail spaces. Hoodline reported that the development will include 44 apartments and two townhouses. Other highlights include 24 parking spaces and 60 bicycle parking spots. The facade of the building will be preserved at the cost of $1 million.
· Redevelopment Of Market Street Funeral Home Gets Fast-Tracked [Hoodline]
· Designs Unveiled for Housing at Sullivan's Funeral Home Site [Curbed SF]