Hayes Valley Developer Proposes 28 Units, Sidewalk Improvements

Parcel T is a parking lot on Octavia Boulevard between Page and Rose streets. | Photo: Carrie Sisto/ Hoodline

Sidewalk improvements may be in the works near a proposed five-story, mixed-use building in Hayes Valley under development on one of the last remaining undeveloped parcels on Octavia Boulevard.

The plans currently under consideration would demolish existing sidewalks along Octavia and on Page and Rose streets to add a sidewalk bulb-out that includes a seating on Octavia in front of a proposed residential development.

Plans for Parcel T include 28 residential units that will be a mix of studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments, along with 2,720 square feet of ground-floor retail space, according to the most recent documents filed with SF Planning.
Rendering of Parcel T development from Page Street. | Image via SF Planning (larger version)

As proposed by DDG, the project would not include any off-street parking, other than 28 bicycle parking spots for residents, and four public bike spaces on the Page Street sidewalk.

Details on the developer's website suggest it may be considering parking for private vehicles and car-sharing companies, however.
Rendering of Parcel T development by DDG.

Residents would also have access to a 2,160-square-foot roof deck. DDG also developed 8 Octavia just down the street, and 450 Hayes a few blocks away.

As we reported last week, parcels R,S, and U on Octavia Boulevard will be developed into affordable housing by the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation.

Buildings supported by TNDC will include housing for transitional youth and on-site social services including a child care facility.
Parcels R, S, and U, in red, are being developed by TNDC; Parcel T in the middle is being developed by DDG. | Photo: Google

These proposals to fill in the last empty spaces cleared when the Central Freeway was torn down are still in very early stages of development, but we will keep you posted as the plans get fleshed out.
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