Plans for the burgeoning Van Ness corridor just got a little clearer with developer Oryx Partners' unveiling of renderings for the old KRON-TV site, which the station recently vacated in favor of a smaller footprint on Front Street. Designed by Handel Architects, the project would replace the KRON-TV building with a 14-story structure including 255 residential units and 5,200 square feet of retail. Oryx unveiled the renderings at a community meeting on Tuesday, and today the development's website went live. The project will include a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, and three-bedrooms, as well as 12,000 square feet of open space. No word yet on whether the units will be condos or rentals.
Oryx will officially submit a planned unit development application later this month, and Oryx's JC Wallace says his target date for going in front of Planning is January 2016.
· Van Ness Revival Continues with Plans for Ex-Circuit City Site [Curbed SF]
· More New Housing Coming to KRON-TV Studios on Van Ness [Curbed SF]
· 1001 Van Ness [Official Site]