Studio apartment project wedged on skinny lot in SoMa

Nine-story building would add 57 units to market

Rendering of 010 Mission Street (SIA Consulting, Getty)
Rendering of 010 Mission Street (SIA Consulting, Getty)

A property owner has filed plans to build 57 studio apartments on a skinny lot in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood.

SIA Consulting, based in San Francisco, has sponsored a proposal to build a nine-story building at 1010 Mission Street, SF Yimby reported. It would replace a 0.1-acre parking lot.

The 20,170-square-foot building would be wedged between two existing mixed-use buildings, and face Mission and Jesse streets.

It would contain 57 single-room occupancy units, with inside parking for 57 bicycles and four bike spaces on the sidewalk. No parking would be developed for cars.

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The ground floor would contain a 410-square-foot community room. Nearly 2,300 square feet of open space would be included on the ground floor and on the roof.

The project is expected to require approvals. A construction schedule was not announced.

The 80-foot project resembles another proposal filed this month to squeeze a nine-story, mixed-use apartment building and micro hotel on a 0.1-acre lot on Folsom Street in SoMa. The project would include 44 units and a two-room, bare-bones hotel.

– Dana Bartholomew

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