Located at the intersection of two major San Francisco streets, the project is served extensively by public transit and marks the western bookend of Downtown.
10 South Van Ness will provide new sustainable and affordable homes to support varied-income residents. The project will also create a substantial number of new jobs during and after construction through operations, maintenance, and retail services.
The project connects more than 980 homes of varied sizes and approximately 30,000 square feet of cafes, restaurants, and active social spaces to transit and a new, engaging public realm. Responding to the current zoning under the Market & Octavia Area Plan, the project proposes two towers anchored by a building base. The base is shaped to respond to Market Street and Van Ness Ave, while connecting 12th Street with a new mid-block passage.
Where the building meets the street, the 10 South Van Ness Project will generate activity and provide opportunities for local retail and public art. 12th Street will be transformed to prioritize pedestrians, with specialty paving, active uses, and places to connect. The function and character of Market Street and Van Ness Avenue will be improved to create a pedestrian-focused experience.
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