At a meeting last night, the team behind a 177-unit residential and commercial development slated for 400 Divisadero St. shared their preliminary plans for the site with members of the community.
The project would replace the Touchless Car Wash and Shell gas station at Oak & Divisadero. Hoodline today spoke with David Kriozere of Genesis Real Estate Group, the proposed developer, and project architects Will Duncan and Vincent Hunter of WDG Architecture.
Last night’s session was the first of several public fora the developer plans to offer to obtain community input and feedback on topics like design elements, retail composition and city housing stock goals.
And it was also the public’s first look at the firm’s sketches for the proposal, which includes 177 rental units in studio, 1- and 2-bedroom size, averaging 574 square feet.
An alternate rendering, topping out at 8 rather than 6 stories, would provide 217…