About 3333 CalSF

3333 California is an opportunity to expand the Laurel Heights neighborhood and create new residential housing in a park-like setting, to be enjoyed by residents and immediate neighbors. Our talented landscape and architectural designers envision this project as having a unique sense of place that will enhance the community by offering high quality housing, a variety of landscaped gardens and open spaces, as well as a mix of community serving uses. 3333 California has been developed with community members through a two-year visioning and planning process and more than 100 neighborhood meetings.

  • Transformational 10+acre mixed-use development featuring:
  • Creation of much-needed, high quality housing for a broad range of San Franciscans
  • Approx. 60% of total homes are family friendly 2 bedroom, 3 bedroom, and 4 bedroom
  • Removal of 360,000 sf of existing office space and replacing it with approx. 50,000 sf of Class A office space
  • Approx. 50,000 sf of high-quality retail space for future neighborhood serving uses
  • Approx. 15,000 sf of child care space
  • Over 5 acres of gardens and open space, including a large signature publicly accessible park at the corner of Euclid and Laurel
  • Out of sight underground parking (including retail, commercial, and public) to improve the current neighborhood parking ratios
  • 895 parking spaces, including car share spaces and 60 public parking spaces
  • New street connectors and walkways to improve access to surrounding neighborhoods and services, bringing back safe and beautiful streets
  • Significant increase in number of street trees and the urban forestry canopy
  • LEED Gold or Platinum sustainability to improve air quality and lifestyle, including renewable energy and water retention and reuse
  • Preservation and enlargement of biodiversity on site through Pine Street Redwood Urban Forest, Cypress Square, and  Oak Meadows
  • Substantial community benefit fees toward open space, jobs, housing, schools, transportation and child care
  • Millions of dollars in new annual tax revenue to the City due to conversion from a public, tax exempt use (UCSF) to private residential mixed-use base
  • Plan to provide affordable housing consistent with City requirements for low to moderate income San Franciscans

Site Map


By the Numbers

 USE

2016 PPA

2017 PA

PROPOSED CHANGE

RESIDENTIAL

558 Units

558 Units

0 Units

Retail

59,915 SF

54,967 SF

-4,948 SF

Commercial

49,999 SF

49,999 SF

0 SF

Possible Child Care

0 SF

14,620 SF

+14,620 SF

Auditorium

12,455 SF

0 SF

-12,455 SF

Parking*

885 Stalls

895 Stalls

+10 Stalls

Proposed Open Space

52%

53%

+1%

 

By The Numbers 6.13.17.pdf


City Submittals

Entitlement Applications & Reports
Preliminary Project Assessment & Environmental Evaluation Applications

Planning Application Submittal July 2017

Revised Environmental Evaluation Submittal – March 06, 2017

PPA/EEA Design Renderings Feb 2016

PPA By the Numbers Feb 2016

PPA/EEA City Cover letter March 2016

PPA/EEA Project Description March 206

Preliminary Project Assessment March 2016

Environmental Evaluation Application March 2016

PPA/EEA Drawings – General & Landscape March 2016

PPA/EEA Drawings – California Street Architecture March 2016

PPA/EEA Drawings – Presidio Street Architecture March 2016

PPA/EEA Drawings – Existing building, Masonic, Euclid and Laurel Architecture March 2016

 
San Francisco Planning Department Letters

Preliminary Project Assessment July 2016