SF Planners Recommend Approval of Housing Slated for Castro funeral home


As expected, San Francisco planners are recommending approval of a mixed-use redevelopment project that would incorporate a Castro funeral home building.

At its February 11 meeting, the planning commission is expected to vote on the Prado Group’s revamp of Sullivan’s Funeral Home at 2254 Market Street and its adjacent parking lot. The developer has proposed incorporating the existing structure into a new building containing 45 apartments and a townhouse with two units constructed on the property’s 15th Street side.

The Prado Group has committed to setting aside its required five affordable units on-site. The development fronting Market Street will be a mix of 12 junior bedrooms, 10 one-bedrooms, 20 two-bedrooms, and three three-bedrooms.

A total of 5,217 square feet of commercial retail space would be incorporated into ground floor areas of the buildings fronting Market Street. They could be divided into smaller retail spaces or combined into several larger storefronts.

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