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Modern Addition To Historic Polk Street Corner Proposed To Rise
August 13, 2014



. . . As proposed, the front quarter of the existing two-story building at 1033 Polk Street would be renovated and restored while a modern six-story addition would rise to a height of 85 feet on the rear three-quarters of the site (plans by Natoma Architects).

The addition would contain nine dwelling units, six one-bedrooms and three two-bedrooms, on the third to the ninth floors while the renovated building would maintain 1,300 square feet of retail space on the first floor and 1,875 square feet of office space on the second.

No parking is included in the plans as proposed.
http://www.socketsite.com/archives/2014/08/modern-addition-historic-polk-street-corner-proposed.html
 

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Natoma Architects Raises the Roof in Lower Polk, Historically
Tuesday, August 12, 2014, by Dylan Pilaar



A historic palm-covered gem at the corner of Polk Street and Cedar Alley is about to get a major makeover, should the Planning Department approve plans to expand the building. Project sponsor Natoma Architects is proposing to convert the currently vacant structure, which was previously used as office space, into a mixed-use development containing nine new rental units, which would include six one-bedroom and three two-bedroom apartments. According to the preliminary project assessment letter, the units would be be located in a brand-new 14,240-square-foot vertical addition that would rise to 85 feet in height. The 1920 building's second story would still be used as office space, with the ground floor reserved for 1,300 square feet of retail. There's no word yet on when the project would break ground, but Natoma estimates that construction would take a full 14 months to complete . . . .
http://sf.curbed.com/archives/2014/...aises_the_roof_in_lower_polk_historically.php

Planning Department Preliminary Assessment: http://www.sf-planning.org/ftp/files/notice/2014.0914U.pdf
 
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