The Prado Group has officially revealed their proposal for a new residential development at 2254 Market in Duboce Triangle, the current site of Sullivan's Funeral Home, reports Hoodline. The plans, drafted by BAR Architects, reveal a modern, five-story structure with ground-floor retail set to rise on the Sullivan's site. The developers are also looking to preserve the funeral building's facade, which they'd spend more than $1 million to do, and are targeting LEED-Platinum certification.
The proposal includes 43 residences ranging from junior one-bedrooms to two-bedrooms, totaling between 550 and 1,800 square feet, as well as two larger townhomes ranging between 2,500 and 3,000 square feet. The 43 units and townhomes would rise in two new buildings on what is now a parking lot east of Sullivan's, and the original Sullivan's building would include a two-bedroom apartment. No word yet on whether the units will be rentals or condos. The designs were unveiled at a community meeting earlier this week—one of the initial steps required in the city's approval process.
The proposal also calls for 24 parking spaces, 60 bike parking spots, and two ground-floor retail spaces. If approved, the building would not be ready for for at least another two years, Hoodline notes.
· Renderings Released for Proposed Sullivan's Funeral Home Development [Hoodline]
· Mapping the Hayes Valley and Upper Market Building Boom [Curbed SF]