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What is the zoning?

RH-2 

What is the height?

Max Height 40-X

Max. height is 35 Ft for the dwelling and 40 Ft for any projections (i.e. parapet)

Can I build an ADU?

Accessory Dwelling Units: maybe eligible for having an accessory dwelling unit(s)

Are any restrictions on this property?

Citywide Design Guidelines

Urban Design Guidelines are an implementation document for Urban Design Policy in the General Plan. Residential Design Guidelines articulate expectations regarding the character of the built environment and are intended to promote design and protect neighborhood .

Area Specific Design guidelines

Design restrictions for the facade and massing of the buiIding may apply. may increase costs. con-tact an architectural professional for guidance. See details Appendix.

Special Use Districts Corona Heights Large Residence

For all parcels zoned RH-1, RH-2, or RH-3 within the Corona Heights Large Residence Special Use District, the following developments shall require a Conditional Use authorization.

 (1)   Development of Vacant Property. Residential development on a vacant parcel that will result in total gross floor area exceeding 3,000 square feet;

 (2)   Expansion of Large Existing Development. Residential development on a developed parcel that will resulting total gross floor area in excess of 3,000 square feet if that expansion results in more than 75% increase in gross square feet of development on the parcel (as it existed at any time in the last five years prior to application),and does not increase that number of legal dwelling units on the parcel. The total gross square footage calculation shall also include all development performed on the parcel within the last five years;

 (3)   Expansion of Large Existing Development Plus Additional Dwelling Units. Residential development on a developed parcel that will result in total gross square floor area in excess of3,000 gross square feet, if that expansion results in more than 100% increase in gross square feet of development, and increases the existing legal unit count on the parcel;

 (4)   Residential development, either as an addition to an existing building or as a new building, that results in less than 45% rear yard depth.

Is this a historical building?

Category B / Unknown: Properties Requiring Further Consultation Review. "Not evaluated" or which have a temporary designation NRSC/CHRSC of 7 while waiting for evaluation from the State Office of Historic Preservation will need additional investigation to determine what the underlying information / evidence is regarding its historic status. For more details, refer to Appendix.

Ground Water Guidelines

There are seven (7) distinct groundwater basins in the City and County of San Francisco. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission identified the existing and potential uses of some of these aquifers, including but not limited to supply of water for domestic purposes in San Francisco. The purpose of this Article is to protect the health, safety and general welfare of the People of the City and County of San Francisco by ensuring that local groundwater resources designated for beneficial uses will not be polluted or contaminated. Any person proposing to construct, modify, operate and/or maintain a well or soil boring shall file with the Department a completed written application on forms approved by the Department and submit the appropriate application fees thirty (30) days prior to the proposed commencement of such activities.

Does the slope of the ground matters?

Slope of 20% or greater

CEQA Impact: an Environmental Evaluation Application may be required for some types of development. Read project type exceptions at https://sfplanning.org/list-ceqaexemption-types

Slope of 25% or greater

Projects on a parcel with an average slope of at least 25% and include any of the following (1) horizontal expansion greater than 500 square feet, (2) excavation of 50 cubic yards or more of soil, or (3) new construction may be required to submit a geotechnical report to be reviewed by an environmental planner. If your project falls under (1), (2) or (3) budget time and money for a geotechnical report performed by a soil engineer.

What is the permit history for this property?

Planning Department Permit

Applications History

Planning Department reviews permit applications  for performing construction activities to ensure that they comply with the  Planning Code. The 'Project' is the activity being proposed.

Permit 2016-004907PRLProject Light (PRL)

Status: Closed

Last Status: 4/14/2016

At the ground floor direct access to the street with open visual connection btw floors. Full bath allowed and wet bar is permitted. The change occurs the front with the direction to the ground floor with the addition of a new window. The windows will be hung and wood. No BBNs or planning code complaints. single family dwelling

Permit 2016-003141 PRI Project Profile (PRI)

Status: Under Review

Last Status: 7130/2020

Permit 2016-000120PRLProject Light (PRL)

Status: Closed

Last Status: Closed 115/2016

1st Floor: Add Bedroom, Bathroom AND Legalize Playroom, 2 Windows Rear;Expand Roof Deck. 2nd Floor - Remodel Kitchen, Add 1/5 Bath, Remove Sliding Door, Add French Doors, Open Floor to Area below, 3rd Floor - Add Closet To Master Bedroorn, Remodel 3rd Floor Bedroom Closet

Building Department Permit Applications History

Review the previously submitted permit  applications to make sure that the work performed for the existing building  was permitted. If those changes are not reflected in the permit history, it's  important to understand why they were performed without permit.

Permit 201603031127

Status: FILED

Last Status: 31312016 3rd flr bath remodel, slightalteration to (e) roof, (n) master bath)

Permit 201602028557 Status:FILED

Last Status: 21212016

Revisionto appl #201601056396: modify existing footing plans to be changed - higher @west side, repdir, riot repldce orl north side.

Permit 201707071286

Status: ISSUED

Last Status: 717/2017

3/f:master bathroom remodel & guest bathroom on g/f. No structural alts, no electrical to be performed. No walls moved, removed, added or infilled. All (e)layouts to remain unchanged.

Permit 201704123866

Status: COMPLETE

Last Status: 412812017

Revision to 201601056396: list of iterrls not completed on approved plan to be removed from scope

Permit 201604144820

Status: COMPLETE

Last Status: 412812017

Change designation of new room, from bedroom to store room. Install 2 new windows, street side (wood windows), ref. Change to (e) perrnit 201601056396.

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Appendix

Accessory Dwelling Units

May be eligible for having an accessory dwelling unit(s) For more details, refer to FAQs.

Area Specific Design guidelines

Design restrictions for the facade and massing of the building may apply. may increase costs. con-tact an architectural professional for guidance. For more details, refer to FAQs.

Standards for Window Replacement

These standards are meant to inform the applicant on these details and provide design standards that allow new or replacement windows to be approved.

Window design may be limited based on the Historical Preservation category. May

increase costs. For more details, refer to FAQs.

Architectural Design Guide for Exterior Treatments of Unreinforced Masonry Buildings during Seismic Retrofit

This design guide should provide guidance on how to maintain the historical character of a building when conducting seismic retrofit. For more details, refer to FAQs.

Commission Guide for Formula Retail

Applicable only for retail use For more details, refer to FAQs.

Design Guide Standards for Bird-Safe Buildings

These guidelines should be applied to new construction and alterations that require treatment options to meet the Bird-Safe Building Standards. For more details, refer to FAQs.

Guide to the San Francisco Green Landscaping Ordinance

It helps San Francisco residents and property owners understand the benefits, requirements, and ways to comply with the ordinance.For more details, refer to FAQs.

Guidelines for Adding Garages and Curb Cuts

These guidelines explain the criteria in which new garages and curb cuts are reviewed when installing to an existing or an historic building. For more details, refer to FAQs.

Guidelines for Ground Floor Residential Design

The Ground Floor Residential Design Guidelines(Draft) promote buildings that enhance the pedestrian experience and the livability of dwelling by encouraging the ground floor to contribute to active, safe, and comfortable streets. For more

details, refer to FAQs.

Better Streets Plan

The Better Streets Plan contains guidelines that focus on pedestrian comfort, safety, and the usability of streets as public spaces. They contain pedestrian oriented guidelines for curb lines, crosswalks, and other street design features to

enable generous, usable public spaces. For more details, refer to FAQs.

Ground Water Guidelines

There are seven (7) distinct groundwater basins in the City and County of San Francisco. The San Francisco Public Utilities Commission identified the existing and potential uses of some of the sea quifers, including but not limited to supply

of water for domestic purposes in San Francisco. The purpose of this Article is to protect the health, safety and general welfare of the People of the City and County of San Francisco by ensuring that local groundwater resources designated for beneficial uses will not be polluted or contaminated. Any person proposing to construct, modify, operate and/or maintain a well or soil boring shall file with the Department a completed written application on forms approved by the Department and submit the appropriate application fees thirty (30) days prior to the proposed commencement of such activities.

For more details, refer to FAQs.

Standards for Storefront Transparency

These standards promote a transparent store front that welcomes customers inside with products and services on display, discourage crime with more "eyes on the street," reduced energy consumption with use of natural light, and

enhances the curb appeal and value of the store and the entire neighborhood. For more details, refer to FAQs.

4353 17th St, San Francisco, CA 94114

Company:
Redfin
Location:
Corona Heights Neighborhood , San Francisco
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