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Plans For Twelve-Story Tenderloin Development Move Ahead
July 10, 2014



. . . plans for a 12-story building with a mix of market-rate residential units over ground floor retail to rise on either side of the Metropolis Hotel on the corner of Mason and Turk in the Tenderloin are moving ahead.

. . . the proposed building would reach a height of 120 feet (up to 140-feet for the above-roof structures) with 109 dwelling units (65 one-bedrooms and 44 two-bedrooms) over ground-floor retail spaces along both Mason and Turk and parking for 55 vehicles and 120 bikes.

If approved, construction will take around 18 months and they’re shooting for occupancy by the summer of 2016. New trees would fill the existing curb cut along Mason and half the cut along Turk.

http://www.socketsite.com/archives/...in-development-move-ahead.html#comment-196792

I'm especially gratified by this one as 2 of my favorite Indian restaurants are just up the street at Mason and Eddy. A new building here may make the 'hood a little safer and tidier.
 

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New Designs For Market-Rate Tenderloin High-Rise
March 27, 2015

. . . the developers of the proposed market-rate building to rise up to 12-stories on either side of the Metropolis Hotel at the corner of Mason and Turk have increased the density of their project to include 155 units, up from 109 as originally proposed.

As redesigned by Arquitectonica, who appear to have replaced SB Architects (who had replaced Heller Manus) as the architects of record, the increased density included a change in the building’s unit mix which now totals 43 studios (up from none), 79 one-bedrooms (up from 65), and 33 two-bedroom units (down from 44).

The proposed ground floor retail space, which would front both Mason and Turk, now totals 2,825 square feet (up from 2,400), and the proposed garage now includes space for 68 cars (up from 55) and 248 bikes (up from 120).

Assuming approvals, the development team is aiming to break ground on the project by the end of 2016 and construction is expected to cost $44 million and take 18 months to complete . . . .



http://www.socketsite.com/archives/...ket-rate-tenderloin-development-proposed.html
 
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