Development Projects

The following are local neighborhood development projects affecting Presidio Heights.

 
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CPMC/ TMG Partners redevelopment of 3700 California St.

The California Hospital Campus of California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC) at 3700 California Street will be moving to a new state-of-the-art hospital on Van Ness Avenue in 2019. Planning for the redevelopment of the CPMC site has been ongoing with the community since 2015. In early 2017, a Preliminary Project Application (PPA) and Environmental Evaluation (EE) were submitted to begin the formal City of San Francisco review process. We anticipate that a draft EIR will be available in 2019.

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UCSF/Laurel Heights /SKS PRADO REdevelopment 3300 California St.

 “The project as proposed would yield 558 residential units; 49,999 square feet of office space; 54,000 square feet of retail space; a new 15,000 square foot child care center; parking for 896 cars (and 592 bikes); and 236,000 square feet of open space, as rendered below. And as currently envisioned, the project would be constructed in four overlapping phases over the course of seven years, with the first phase breaking ground in 2020 if the entitlements to proceed are secured.“ as reported from socketsite.com



Former Lucky Penny site plans .

Former Lucky Penny site plans .

3A Masonic Geary-Masonic Special Use District.(Lucky Penny)

Developer: Presidio Bay Ventures. inquiries@presidiobay.com. As approved by the Planning Commission in November 2017, the project would have 95 residential rental units — 64 studios, 29 two-bedrooms, and two three-bedrooms — and 16 parking spaces. The approved plans include 22 affordable units available to a range of income levels, to comply with the  Special Use District provisions. The residents will also have access to 112 secure bike parking spaces as well as a 5,576 square foot roof deck.


Litke Development at 3637-3657 Sacramento Street. Proposed 4 story, mixed-use, residential development located Presidio Heights, replacing an existing medical/office building and a parking structure. Brick and plaster façade. The projects consists of underground parking, ground floor commercial, a floor of professional offices and 18 units of housing.

3637-3657 Sacramento Street

3637-3657 Sacramento Street