1721 15th Street


Welcome to an overview of the proposed new residential development at 1721 15th Street in the Mission District of San Francisco.


This site is designed for the community to better understand the details of the proposed building, its role in the neighborhood, and key milestones in the planning and building process.

Currently, the project site is occupied by vacant buildings that formerly housed auto service businesses. The existing buildings will be removed and replaced with a six-story building along 15th Street and a two-story building along the rear property line. 


The new building will include 50 total new homes: 11 below market rate and 39 market rate. There will be a mix of 2-bedroom, 1-bedroom and studio units. There will be ample bicycle parking and no car parking to take advantage of the nearby public transit, bikeways and walkable services. Residents will have access to open space on private balconies and patios, as well as the common space roof deck and central courtyard.

The project will include street improvements including four new street trees and four short-term bike parking spaces. The existing three curb cuts will be removed and and proposed to be replaced with two new passenger loading zones (white curb) for safety, as well as a freight truck parking space (yellow curb) and three new motorcyclye parking spaces.


50 Residential Units

All-Electric Building


6 Stories + 2 Stories

45,776 Square Feet


11 Below Market

Rate Residences

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Transit Friendly

Zero Car Parking


Bike Parking

50 Long Term | 4 Short Term


Walking Distance to Retail & Amenities


The site is in the heart of the dynamic Mission District of San Francisco, with easy access to a diverse mix of food and beverage, retail and commercial, cultural experiences, recreation and jobs. It is a transit-oriented development (TOD) with excellent access by walking, biking and public transit.

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