Narrow San Francisco lots to be developed into micro-units

Two local firms design mixed-use developments in the heart of San Francisco's Hayes Valley, consisting mainly of micro-units.

Rendering via socketsite.com
Rendering via socketsite.com
June 30, 2014

As a solution to San Francisco’s density and low housing supply compared to demand, SocketSite reports that local firms Build Inc. and Macy Architecture each are to build micro-unit housing in a small parcel of land in Hayes Valley.

Build Inc.’s “The Karl,” is proposed to have 34 self-contained suites averaging 174 square feet each, 273 square feet for the 6 handicap accessible units. The units are intended to be “co-living,” meaning the dining and living areas will be shared with other tenants.

In the lot adjacent will be Macy Architecture’s “The Neapolitan.” The proposed building would have ten two-bedrooms around 600 square feet and twelve studios averaging 271-square feet. The building’s mass will be broken down into four, 24-foot wide segments finished in different materials and styls.

The existing community gardens would be relocated to the roofs of the two new buildings.


The Karl by Build Inc. Rendering courtesy of SocketSite.com

 


The Neapolitan by Macy Architecture. Rendering courtesy of SocketSite.com

 


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