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SAN FRANCISCO | 1687 Market Street | 182 FT | 17 FLOORS

Affordable Housing For Artists Proposed At 1687 Market Street, San Francisco


Permits have been filed for the proposed 17-story mixed-use project at 1687 Market Street in San Francisco. The development would replace the historic three-story McRoskey Mattress store at the corner of Gough Street with affordable housing and an artist’s community. Mercy Housing is responsible for the application on behalf of the Artists Hub on Market.


Mark Cavagnero Associates is responsible for the design, and Sausalito-based Shades of Green is the landscape architect. Illustrations show the glassy building with white vertical elements along the facade. The podium will be delineated by three floors of transparent glass curtainwall overlooking the double-height events lobby and the third-floor rehearsal studio will visually emphasize the arts community space.

Demolition will be required for the McRoskey Mattress Company, which has occupied the two-story structure since its completion in 1925. The historic structure was designed by the O’Brien Brothers with classical revival features.
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