Mirka Investments, Mission Neighborhood Centers Present Plans for 110-Unit Apartment Complex in San Francisco

The Registry SF | December 8, 2023

Rendering courtesy of Gelfand Partners Architects

New developments are on the horizon for the Little Hollywood neighborhood in San Francisco as Mirka Investments and MissionĀ  Neighborhood Centers present preliminary plans for an apartment complex, according to a report from SFYIMBY. With Gelfand Partners Architects at the helm of the design, the proposed development is meant to bring not only a modern and visually appealing addition to the area but also an inclusive housing solution for a diverse range of residents.

The seven-story multifamily community is located at 2011 Bayshore Blvd. Situated at the corner of Bayshore Boulevard and Hester Avenue, the one- acre parcel offers residents access to public transportation. The site is positioned approximately eight minutes away from the light rail and approximately 15 minutes from the Bayshore Caltrain station.

The proposed 63-foot tall structure is set to yield more than 130,000 square feet of space, allocating 125,280 square feet for housing, 5,120 square feet for parking and an additional 2,300 square feet for a childcare facility, according to the report. Residents will have access to 3,775 square feet of open space. The 110 units within the complex will comprise 81 two-bedroom units and 29 three- bedroom units. Out of the 110 units, 11 will be reserved for extremely low-income households, 11 for very low-income households, 66 for low-income households, and 21 for moderate-income households. Parking will include stalls for 15 cars and 60 bicycles.

San Francisco is seeing a number of multifamily projects in the works within its borders.

One recent proposal is for a nine-story apartment complex in the city’s SoMa district. Plans for the design envision a multi-functional space, encompassing 47,050 square feet, according to previous reporting from The Registry. Of this, 43,210 square feet will be dedicated to housing, while an additional 1,900 square feet will house retail establishments. RG Architecture is the project designer. The structure is slated to stand tall at 95 feet, offering a total of 94 new homes to the city. Located at 1401 Folsom St., the project is situated in the heart of SoMa, at the corner of Folsom and 10th Street and just three blocks from Market Street. The Civic Center BART Station is positioned two blocks away.