The 152,000-square-foot project site is located at 901 16th Street on the block bounded by 16th, Mississippi, 17th,and Missouri streets on Assessor’s Block 3949, Lots 001, 001A, and 002, and Assessor’s Block 3950, Lot 001 (refer to Figure 1). The project site is located within the Potrero Hill neighborhood and the Showplace Square/Potrero
Hill Plan Area. As shown in Figure 2, the project site contains four existing buildings:
• A modular office building at 901 16th Street, herein referred to as the “modular office building” (see “1” on Figure 2);
• A brick office building at 1200 17th Street (see “2” on Figure 2);
• A warehouse at 1210 17th Street and 975 16th Street (see “3” on Figure 2);
• An integrated warehouse building at 1200/1100 17th Street (see “4” on Figure 2); and
The warehouse buildings at 1210 17th Street, 975 16th Street, 1200 17th Street, and 1100 17th Street are collectively referred to herein as the “warehouse buildings.” The existing buildings on the project site total approximately 106,100 square feet. The remaining area on the project site is occupied by an approximately 44,200-square-foot surface parking lot. Modified Project On July 3, 2019, the department issued a Community Plan Evaluation and Addendum for the Flower Mart Project at 610–698 Brannan Street (see Planning Case No. 2015-004256ENV), which included analysis of an interim offsite location for the Wholesale Flower Market and identified the possibility that the Wholesale Flower Market might move off-site permanently.5,6 Following approval of the Flower Mart Project, the Wholesale Flower Market elected on February 10, 2020 to permanently move to a new location at 901 16th Street and 1200 17th Street. The 901 16th Street EIR analyzed the demolition of two warehouses and the modular office building and construction of two new buildings on the project site: a six-story, 68-foot-tall (excluding rooftop projections of up to 82 feet), approximately 403,000 gsf residential mixed-use building on the northern lot with 260 dwelling units and approximately 20,000 gsf of retail; and a four-story, 48-foot-tall (with rooftop projections of up to52 feet), approximately 215,000 gsf residential mixed-use building on the southern lot with 135 dwelling units and 4,650 gsf of retail.75 San Francisco Planning Department.