As we first reported earlier this 12 months and has been newly rendered beneath:
The plans for a 27-story tower to rise as much as 250 feet in top on the intersection of Otis, South Van Ness Avenue and 12th Road are being refined and the environmental affect report (EIR) for the proposed challenge, which features a 10-story podium throughout the positioning, is about to be ready.
The proposed Hub District growth now features a complete of 423 residences (42 studios, 261 one-bedrooms, 111 twos and 9 threes) over 16,600 sq. feet of substitute area for the present City Ballet College on the 30 Otis Road web site which is slated to be razed; 5,600 sq. feet of ground flooring retail area which might divided in three; and a garage for 74 automobiles and 361 bikes.
And as we first reported again in 2016, the proposed growth features a new Hub District plaza on the nook and re-working of 12th Road.
The Draft Environmental Impression Report (DEIR) for the proposed tower, which has recognized plenty of “important impacts related to historic architectural sources, transportation impacts throughout building, and cumulative wind circumstances which might be peculiar to the challenge web site and that weren’t recognized within the Programmatic Environmental Impression Report (PEIR) for the Market and Octavia Space Plan (Market and Octavia PEIR),” is now out there for evaluate.
And a public listening to to obtain feedback on the draft report has been scheduled for July 19.