Refined Design for Modern Infill Project as Envisioned

In the works since 2016, plans to level the two-story Auto Trust Services building at 255 Shipley Street and develop a modern four-story building upon its Western SoMa site could be approved on August 23.

As initially designed and recently refined by Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects, the development would stretch from Shipley to Clara, with 24 residential units over 4,400 square feet of half-sunken Production, Distribution and Repair (PDR) space and the entrance to a five-car garage at the base of the development along Clara Street with an internal courtyard and pedestrian bridges between.

And as newly rendered above and below, the ground floor façade of the development would be finished with Porcelanosa building panels, above which laminate resin panels would be hung.

In addition to creating little outdoor spaces, the angled window design is intended to “increase the number of eyes on the street.” And if approved and built, three (3) of the units are slated to be rented at below market rates.

~Source SocketSite