The project sponsor, 140 Partners LP, proposes to redevelop a 2.2-acre rectangular site (770 Woolsey Street) bounded by Wayland, Hamilton, Woolsey, and Bowdoin streets in San Francisco’s Portola neighborhood. The project proposes to demolish a majority of the existing structures on the project site (primarily greenhouses that have been unused since 1990) and construct 62 residential units composed of 31 duplexes, and 62 vehicle parking spaces accessed via 31 new curb cuts (i.e., one curb cut per duplex). The proposed residential units would be approximately 35 feet in height. Of the 62 total units, 12 would be affordable housing units. The project proposes to regrade the project site and improve the right-of-way along the block’s street frontages, which would include four bulb-outs, adding a sidewalk along Wayland Street, filling an existing trench and adding a sidewalk and curb along Bowdoin Street, and adding 33 street trees and streetlights along the perimeter of the block. The proposed project would also include an approximately 0.39-acre (17,170-square-foot) publicly accessible open space (which would include two rebuilt greenhouse structures), approximately 11,210 square feet of common residential open space in the form of connected courtyards and passageways referred to as “the spine” and “mews” for residents only, and approximately 14,890 square feet of private open space (e.g., courtyards and rear yards).
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Residential (Units 62, Acres 2.2), Other (0.39-acre publicly accessible open space)
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