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City and County of San Francisco
March 23, 2005PLANNING DEPARTMENT
CITY AND COUNTY OF
SAN FRANCISCO

Notice of Hearing on Application
For Zoning Variance

CITY HALL - Room 408
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place

Wednesday, MARCH 23, 2005

Session Begins at 9:30 A.M.

Public Hearing

 

Lawrence Badiner, Zoning Administrator

Marge Gambelin, Recording Secretary

Notice is hereby given to the general public and to owners of the subject property and other property within 300 feet that an application for variance under the City Planning Code as described below has been filed with the Zoning Administrator.

Any remaining questions concerning this application review process may be answered by the Planning Information Center at (415) 558-6377.

Variance Calendars are available on the Internet at http://www.ci.sf.ca.us/planning/variance.htm.

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ZONING ADMINISTRATOR

NOTICE OF HEARING ON

APPLICATION FOR ZONING VARIANCE

Notice is hereby given to the general public and to owners of the subject property and other property within 300 feet that an application for variance under the City Planning Code as

described below has been filed with the Zoning Administrator and will be considered at a PUBLIC HEARING to be held on Wednesday, March 23, 2005, City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 408 as follows:

9:30 A.M.

A. ITEMS PROPOSED FOR CONTINUANCE:

    1. 2003.1152V: 329 BAY STREET, south side between Powell and Mason Streets through to Vandewater Street; Lot 036, in Assessor's Block 041 in a C-2 (Community Business) District, the Northern Waterfront Special Use District No. 2, and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

    REAR YARD VARIANCE SOUGHT: The site contains a one-story building with 8,550 square feet of existing retail space; 2500 square feet of which are currently in use. The project would demolish the existing building and construct a new four-story building approximately 40' high containing 21 dwelling units and 3,100 square feet of retail space. Twenty-one parking spaces would be located below grade, with vehicular access from Vandewater Street. The ground floor would include the entrance to 20 units located on floors 2 thru 4, one dwelling unit, the entrance to the basement-parking garage, and commercial space fronting Bay Street.

    Section 134(a)(1) of the Planning Code requires that a building which contains dwellings in the C-2 District have a minimum rear yard depth equal to the larger of 25 percent of the lot depth or 15 feet. The subject lot is 120 feet deep and the required rear yard would be 30 feet. The project proposes no rear yard, but substitutes two light courts approximately 25 feet in depth on each side property line at mid-lot.

This item is proposed to be continued to the Planning Commission Hearing of Thursday, March 24, 2005 beginning at 1:30 pm in Room 400, City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place.

B. REGULAR CALENDAR:

(SARA VELLVE)

1. 2004.1133V: 1692 - 1698 PAGE STREET / 416 - 418 CLAYTON STREET, northeast corner of the intersection of Clayton and Page Streets; Lot 019 in Assessor's Block 1224 in an RH-3 (House, Three-Family) District and 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      LOT AREA, REAR YARD, USABLE OPEN SPACE, NONCOMPLYING STRUCTURE VARIANCES SOUGHT: The subject 3,150 square foot lot contains two structures, a four-unit building fronting on Page Street, and a two-unit building fronting on Clayton Street. The proposal is to split the existing lot into two separate lots with one structure on each lot. A rear egress stair would be replaced at the structure fronting Page Street. The stair would extend approximately four feet from the rear-building wall; a portion of the stairway would abut the interior side property line.

      Section 121(e)(2) of the Planning Code requires a minimum lot area of 1,750 square feet. Although the proposed lot size for the structure facing Page Street would be Code-complying at approximately 1,984 square feet, the proposed lot size for the structure at 416 - 418 Clayton Street would be approximately 1,165 square feet.

      Section 134 of the Planning Code requires a minimum rear yard depth of approximately 15 feet for the structure located at 416 - 418 Clayton Street, measured from the proposed rear property line. The existing structure currently abuts the rear property line and would not provide a rear yard. The required minimum rear yard depth for the structure at 1692 - 1698 Page Street is fifteen feet from the rear property line. The existing structure extends to within six feet of the required rear yard, and the proposed stairway encroaches to within two feet of the proposed property line.

      Section 135 of the Planning Code requires a minimum of 100 square feet of private - usable open space, or 133 square feet of common usable open space, for each of the dwelling units on the subject property. There is currently no open space provided for either of the structures that satisfies the requirements of the Planning Code. The proposed lot subdivision would not alter this noncomplying situation.

      Section 188 of the Planning Code prohibits the reconstruction of a noncomplying structure once it is demolished. Because a portion of the existing rear stairway located at 1692 - 1698 Page Street already encroaches into the required rear yard, it is considered a legal, noncomplying structure. Therefore, the reconstruction as proposed would be contrary to Section 188.

(GEOFFREY NELSON)

2. 2004.0967V: 2870 PACIFIC AVENUE, north side between Broderick and Divisadero Streets; Lot 008 in Assessor's Block 0962; in an RH-1(D) (Residential, Single-Family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      SIDE YARD, FRONT SETBACK, AND NONCOMPLYING STRUCTURE VARIANCES SOUGHT: The proposal is to alter a two-story single-family dwelling by expanding the building at both floor levels into the required side yards and front setback.

      Section 132 of the Planning Code states that the minimum front setback on a corner lot shall be ½ the distance of the setback of the one adjacent neighbor. On the subject lot, the required front setback requirement is approximately 7 feet. The proposal would remove and replace portions of the existing noncomplying envelope currently constructed in the required front setback at the first and second floors, and would expand the second floor level fully into the required front setback for an additional 20 feet of building width.

      Section 133 of the Planning Code states that the minimum side yard depth on the 72-foot wide subject lot shall be 5 feet at each side of the lot. The existing two-story structure projects into the side yard approximately 3 feet at the south lot line and fully 5 feet at the north lot line. The proposal would remove and replace portions of the existing noncomplying envelope currently constructed in the required side yards at the first floor.

      Section 188 of the Planning Code states that no noncomplying structure shall be enlarged or intensified in any way that increases the discrepancy between the current configuration of the structure and the Code requirement. The existing structure is noncomplying in that the structure projects into the required front setback, side yards and rear yard to varying degrees. The proposed alterations would additionally encroach into the required front setback and side yard as described above.

(GLENN CABREROS)

3. 2004.1165V: 676 OAK STREET, north side between Fillmore and Webster Streets, Lot 015 in Assessor's Block 0828 in an RM-1 (Residential, Mixed, Low-Density) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      REAR YARD, FRONT SETBACK AND NONCOMPLYING STRUCTURE VARIANCES SOUGHT: The proposal is to replace the existing rear exit stairs and decks within the required rear yard area and to construct at street level a new garage and entry stairs for the existing three-story, three-unit building.

      Section 132 of the Planning Code requires that the front setback in an RM-1 District be the average of each adjacent front setback. The required front setback for the subject lot is 5 feet 6 inches. The project proposes construction of a new garage and reconfigured entry stairs within the front setback area.

      Section 134 of the Planning Code allows the required rear yard area to be reduced to the average of the depths of adjacent rear yards, but in no case to be less than 25 percent of the lot depth or 15 feet, whichever is greater. The required rear yard for the subject lot is approximately 22 feet. The replacement of the rear stairs and decks is proposed within the last eight feet of the lot.

      Section 188 of the Planning Code prohibits the intensification of any noncomplying structure. The last 22 feet of the building and rear stairs and deck were originally constructed deep into the lot (without a rear yard area), thus are legal noncomplying structures. The replacement stairs and deck would thus be contrary to Section 188.

(ELAINE TOPE)

4. 2004.1113V: 743 BRODERICK STREET, west side between Fulton and McAllister Streets. Lot 031 in Assessor's Block 1178 in an RH-3 (House, Three-Family) District, a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      REAR YARD AND NON-COMPLYING STRUCTURE VARIANCES SOUGHT: The proposal is to construct a one-story, ground floor horizontal addition at the rear of this three-story two-unit building. The addition is 3 feet deep and 13 feet wide.

      Section 134 of the Planning Code requires a minimum rear yard depth equal to 45 percent of the total lot depth. The subject lot has an irregular shape: one half of the lot is 55 feet deep and the other half is 90 feet deep. The proposed project is located on the 55-foot deep portion of the subject lot, which requires a 25-foot rear yard setback. The proposed addition to the existing non-complying structure would reduce the rear yard to one foot.

      Section 188 of the Planning Code prohibits the expansion, intensification or change in use of a non-complying structure. Because the existing building encroaches into the required rear yard, it is considered a legal non-complying structure. The expansion of the non-complying structure would be contrary to Section 188.

(SHARON YOUNG)

5. 2004.1134V: 427 - 6TH AVENUE, west side between Geary Boulevard and Anza Street, Lot 004 in Assessor's Block 1538 in an RM-1 (Residential, Mixed) Zoning District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      OFF-STREET PARKING VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to add two new dwelling units to an existing three-story, single-family dwelling without providing both required off-street parking spaces. Although the project will provide two independently accessible off-street parking spaces, three such spaces would be required. The proposal also includes a horizontal addition to the rear and a new fourth story.

      Section 151 of the Planning Code requires one full-size, independently accessible off-street parking space for each newly created dwelling unit. Two independently accessible off-street parking spaces will be provided in the existing garage, which would satisfy the parking requirement for the existing unit and one of the two proposed new units. The proposed third dwelling unit would not have an independently accessible off-street parking space.

(DARIO JONES)

6. 2004.1122V: 64 LINARES AVENUE, north side between Ventura and 8th Avenues; Lot 013 in Assessor's Block 2127 in an RH-1 (D) (Residential House, One-Family, Detached) and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      SIDE YARD VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal includes the reconstruction of an existing one-car garage located within the required east side yard setback. The reconstruction of the garage is proposed to have a roof deck behind a solid railing with a maximum height of six feet. In addition a one-story rear deck located within the west side yard setback is also proposed.

      Section 133 of the Planning Code requires two side yards of four feet for the subject lot. A variance is required to permit the reconstruction of the garage as it is proposed to be located approximately two feet into the required east side yard setback. A variance is also required for the proposed rear deck as it is proposed to be located approximately 2 feet into the west side yard setback.

      Section 136 of the Planning Code requires railings to be no more than three feet six inches above the surface of any structure in a required open area. The proposed roof deck above the garage is proposed to have a solid railing with a maximum height of six feet.

      Section 188 of the Planning Code does not permit the expansion of a noncomplying structure. The existing garage, which already encroaches two feet into the required east side yard, is considered a legal, noncomplying structure. Therefore, the proposal to reconstruct the existing garage would be contrary to Section 188.

(DELVIN WASHINGTON)

7. 2004.1121V 68 ROCKWOOD COURT, north side between Rockwood Avenue and the end of Rockwood Court; Lot 028 in Assessor's Block 2936A in an RH-1 (D) (Residential House, One-Family, Detached) and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      REAR VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to re-construct and enlarge a ground floor deck and build a new deck on the second floor. Both decks will encroach into the required rear yard.

      Section 134 (c) of the Planning Code requires a rear yard of 15 feet for the subject lot, measured from the rear property line. The proposed two new decks will encroach approximately 9 feet 6 inches into the required rear yard.

(DANIEL SIROIS)

8. 2004.1217V 197-199 Portola Drive, east side between Diamond Heights & 25th Street, Lot 007A, Assessor's Block 2848, located in an RM-1 (Residential, Mixed, Low Density) District and in a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      FRONT SETBACK VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to construct a two-story horizontal addition to the front of the existing two-unit building.

      Section 132 of the Planning Code requires a front setback on the subject lot equal to the front setback of the adjacent building. In this case the front setback requirement is 13 feet. The proposed addition requires a variance because the proposed 19-foot addition encroaches within the 13-foot front setback.

(TOM WANG)

9. 2004.1107V 634 - 30th STREET, north side of a cul-de-sac between Beacon and Castro Streets; Lot 023 in Assessor's Block 7537 in an RH-1 (Residential, House, One-Family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      FRONT SETBACK VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to construct a one-story addition, including a garage and a storage room, to the front of the existing three-story, single-family dwelling. The existing garage would be converted to a home office.

      Section 132(a) of the Planning Code requires a front setback of 15 feet, measured from the front property line, for the subject lot. The proposed one-story addition would extend to the front property line, encroaching 15 feet into the required front setback.

(CRAIG NIKITAS)

10. 2004.1144V: 1347-49 KEARNY STREET AND 52-54 SONOMA STREET, west side of Kearny Street through to Sonoma Street between Union and Green Streets; Lot 003, Block 0115 in an RH-3 (Residential Three-Family) District, and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      LOT SIZE, LOT WIDTH, AND REAR YARD, NON-COMPLYING STRUCTURE VARIANCES SOUGHT: The lot, 20 feet in width by 80 feet in depth, is developed with a four-story two-family dwelling fronting on Kearny, and a three-story two-family dwelling with frontage on Sonoma Street. Various non-complying structures (garage, porch, decks and stairs) obstruct the rear yard. The proposal is to divide the lot into two new equal lots, each 40 feet in depth. No construction or expansion of the existing buildings is proposed.

      Section 134 of the Planning Code requires that buildings which contain dwellings in this District have a minimum rear yard depth that may be determined by averaging the adjacent buildings, down to a minimum equal to the larger of 25 percent of the lot depth or 15 feet. The subject lot contains two buildings separated by a yard that does not meet these requirements.

      Section 188 of the Planning Code prohibits an increase in discrepancy of a non-complying structure. Approval of the lot split would create two lots with non-complying rear yards, and other conditions.

      Section 121(d) of the Planning Code requires lots to have minimum widths of 25 feet. The lot split creates two new lots with widths of 20 feet, the width of the existing lot.

      Section 121(e) of the Planning Code requires that lots have minimum areas. The two lots proposed would each have areas of 800 square feet and would not comply with this requirement.

(MICHAEL LI)

11. 2004.1075V: 733 FRONT STREET, northwest corner at Pacific Avenue; Lot 002 in Assessor's Block 0166 within a C-2 (Community Business) District and an 84-E Height and Bulk District.

      REAR YARD, DWELLING UNIT EXPOSURE, AND OFF-STREET PARKING VARIANCES SOUGHT: The proposal is to convert an existing seven-story office building into 71 dwelling units on the second through seventh floors with office/retail space on the ground floor.

      Section 134 of the Planning Code requires a minimum rear yard depth of approximately 34 feet, 6 inches for the subject property, measured from the rear property line, beginning at the lowest level containing a dwelling unit. The existing building covers the entire lot and encroaches into the required rear yard.

      Section 140 of the Planning Code requires every dwelling unit in every use district to face either a public street, a public alley at least 25 feet in width, a rear yard meeting the requirements of this Code, or an open area at least 25 feet in every horizontal dimension for the floor at which the dwelling unit in question is located and the floor immediately above it, with an increase in five feet in every horizontal dimension at each subsequent floor. Twenty-eight of the proposed dwelling units will not provide the required exposure.

      Section 151 of the Planning Code requires off-street parking for residential and commercial uses. One parking space is required for every dwelling unit. There are 34 existing parking spaces, all of which will be allocated to the residential component of the project, leaving a shortfall of 37 residential parking spaces. One parking space is required for every 500 square feet of occupied floor area of office/retail space, where the occupied floor area exceeds 5,000 square feet. With a total of 14,000 square feet of office/retail space on the ground floor, 28 off-street parking spaces are required. The proposed project will not provide any parking spaces for the office/retail space.

(JIM MILLER)

12. 2004.1173V: 374 LOMBARD STREET, northeast corner at Julius Street, Lot 8 in Assessor's Block 61, in an RH-3 (House, Three-Family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      REAR-YARD VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to reconstruct and enlarge rear exit stairs and to construct an entry corridor on the fourth floor (across the third-floor roof) to give access from said stairs to the top-floor unit. This construction is within the otherwise-required rear-yard area of an existing five-unit residential building.

      Section 134 of the Planning Code sets forth standards for required rear-yard area. In an RH-3 District, such rear yard may be reduced to the average of the coverage of the two adjoining lots (or match the depth of the one adjoining building if only one adjoining lot exists) up to a maximum buildable area of 75 percent of the lot with a minimum rear yard area equal to 25 percent of the lot depth). The one adjoining lot is developed to 100 percent of its area at a higher height than the building on the subject lot. Therefore, the required rear yard area of the subject lot is the last 17.5 feet (or 25 percent) of its depth.

(KATE McGEE)

13. 2004.1256V: 105 FRANCONIA STREET, east side of Franconia Street, between Mullen and Montcalm Avenues; Lot 015 in Assessor's Block 5537, in an RH-1 (House, Single-Family) Zoning District, in a 40-X Height and Bulk District and in the Bernal Heights Special Use District. The project consists of a rear addition at each level and a new third floor.

      REAR YARD VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposed building depth is 55 feet and protrudes 9.5 feet into the required rear yard area. This horizontal extension adds a bedroom at the second and third floor. A deck extends 3 feet from the master bedroom on the third floor.

      Planning Code Section 242(e)(2)(A) states that buildings on lots, which have a depth greater than 70 feet, may not be deeper than 45.5 feet.

      MASS REDUCTION VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposed third story and horizontal addition exceeds the maximum building envelope because the proposal aims to add approximately 540 square feet beyond what is permitted by the Planning Code. In addition, the proposal aims to maximize the dwellings volume, without reducing the usable floor area.

      Planning Code Section 242(e)(C)(iv)(3) states that a total of 650 square feet of usable floor area must be deleted from the maximum permissible height and lot coverage, causing a reduction in square footage as well as building volume.

(KATE McGEE)

14. 2005.0067V: 27 WINFIELD STREET, east side of Winfield Street, between Coso and Esmeralda Avenues; Lot 051 in Assessor's Block 5612, in an RH-1 (House, Single-Family) Zoning District, in a 40-X Height and Bulk District and in the Bernal Heights Special Use District. The project consists of an addition to the existing garage level at the front, interior remodeling, and an addition to the third floor.

      NON-COMPLYING STRUCTURE VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to enlarge the existing garage which already resides in the front setback area.

      Planning Code Section 188 states that a non-complying structure may be enlarged, altered or relocated provided that with respect to such structure there is no increase in any discrepancy. The required front setback for the subject building is 9 feet. Currently, the building has a front setback of 8 feet.

      FRONT SETBACK AND/OR PARKING VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to add 8 feet to the front portion of the garage, adding 88 square feet and creating a second parking spot in tandem. The proposal also includes a third story addition and bay window, which encroaches three feet into the required front setback area. The proposal also includes adding two new bedrooms, a family room and two new bathrooms.

      Planning Code Section 132 requires the subject building to be set back to the average of the two adjacent front setbacks. The required front setback for the subject building is 9 feet.

      Planning Code Section 242(e)(4) requires 2 off-street parking spaces for the proposed addition. Providing the second parking space requires a front setback variance and results in increasing the discrepancy of an existing non-complying structure. A parking variance is sought to retain the existing single parking space without providing a second space.

(MAT SNYDER)

15. 2004.1149V: 366 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Lot 005 in Assessor's Block 4039, west side between 18th Street and 19th Street, in an RH-2 (House, Two-family) District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District

      PARKING VARIANCE SOUGHT. The proposal is to establish a second dwelling unit at the ground level without providing a second parking space. The new unit would be completely within the existing building; there would be no exterior addition.

      Planning Code Section 151 requires one standard-size independently accessible parking space for each dwelling unit. Only one parking space would be provided for the two dwelling units.

        (WINSLOW HASTIE)

    16. 2005.0022V 15 SUMNER STREET, east side between 8th and Rausch Streets; Lot 055 in Assessor's Block 3730, in an RED (Residential Enclave) Zoning District and a 40-X Height and Bulk District.

      REAR YARD VARIANCE SOUGHT: The proposal is to raise the existing two-unit building approximately two feet to accommodate a new two-car garage, to replace the existing rear stairs and extend them to the new roof deck, and to construct a 20-square foot rear addition.

      Planning Code Section 134(a)(1) requires a minimum required rear yard of 25% of the total lot depth, or, in this case, 15 feet. The existing building is non-complying in that the rear yard is less than six feet in depth. The replaced rear egress stairs and the 20-square foot addition are all located within the required rear yard.

      Planning Code Section 188 states that a non-complying structure cannot be enlarged so as to increase the discrepancy with standards set forth in the Planning Code. The proposed enlargement would be contrary to this Section.

    (WINSLOW HASTIE)

    17. 2004.1105V: 1234 HOWARD STREET, north side between 7th and 8th Streets; Lot 014 in Assessor's Block 3728, in an SLR (Service/Light Industrial/Residential) Zoning District and a 50-X Height and Bulk District.

      REAR YARD MODIFICATION SOUGHT: The proposal is to demolish the existing two-story industrial building and construct a new five-story, 18-unit residential building.

      Planning Code Section 134(a)(1) requires a minimum required rear yard of 25% of the total lot depth, or, in this case, approximately 41 feet. The proposed new building will be H-shaped in plan with full lot coverage. The two central light courts will provide light and air to the residential units and will be used as common open space.

Public Comment:

At this time, members of the public may address the Zoning Administrator on items of interest to the public that are within the subject matter jurisdiction of the Zoning Administrator except agenda items. With respect to agenda items, your opportunity to address the Zoning Administrator will be afforded when the item is reached in the meeting. Each member of the public may address the Zoning Administrator for up to three minutes.

The Zoning Administrator will not take action on any item not appearing on the posted agenda, including those items raised at public comment. In response to public comment, the Zoning Administrator may:

(1) respond to statements made or questions posed by members of the public; or

(2) request staff to report back on a matter at a subsequent meeting; or

(3) direct staff to place the item on a future agenda. (Government Code Section 54954.2(a))

      Adjournment

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