David Baker Architects

1601 Mariposa


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View from Jackson Playground. Image: David Baker Architects

1601 Mariposa is a new mixed-use development that will bring market-rate and affordable homes, commercial space, and a publicly accessibly greenway to the base of Potrero Hill. The design has a goal of LEED Silver certification and includes neighborhood improvements, including upgraded drainage, pedestrian access, and new corner parklets.

Public pedestrian greenway at Mariposa Street. Image: David Baker Architects

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The public plaza at the pedestrian greenway. Image: David Baker Architects

Greenway

 

A 40- to 65-foot-wide greenway connects 18th Street to Mariposa Street.

View looking up the east-west pedestrian mid-block passage toward Arkansas Street. Image: David Baker Architects

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Looking down Arkansas Street from above 18th Street. Image: David Baker Architects

Local-serving commercial space and streetscape improvements at Arkansas and 18th streets. Image: David Baker Architects

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Arkansas Street stoops and plantings. Image: David Baker Architects

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Arkansas Street elevation as of 2015.08. Image: David baker Architects

Arkansas Street

 

Along the more residential-scaled Arkansas street, the building is set back 5-feet from the property line and connected to the sidewalk with residential stoops.

Arkansas Street neighborhood typology elements: 25' lot increments, height variation,bays and stoops, window modulation

The neighborhood typology mapped on the existing facing street elevation.

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Family-friendly townhomes and a green stormwater swale along 18th Street. Image: David Baker Architects

18th Street

 

This steep street's elevation addresses the scale of the 18th & Arkansas/G2 Lofts project across the street, designed by DBA in the 1990s.

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Local-serving commercial space with new planting and outdoor seating at the corner of Carolina and Mariposa streets.

Carolina Street

 

This industrial street has a more commercial feel, with commercial and retail space on the ground level.

There is an entry portal mid-block on Carolina Street. Image: David Baker Architects

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Site Plan: Active ground-floor uses, with a new public pedestrian greenway connecting 18th Street to Jackson Playground.

View from Jackson Playground. Image: David Baker Architects

Public pedestrian greenway at Mariposa Street. Image: David Baker Architects

The public plaza at the pedestrian greenway. Image: David Baker Architects

View looking up the east-west pedestrian mid-block passage toward Arkansas Street. Image: David Baker Architects

Local-serving commercial space with new planting and outdoor seating at the corner of Carolina and Mariposa streets.

There is an entry portal mid-block on Carolina Street. Image: David Baker Architects

Family-friendly townhomes and a green stormwater swale along 18th Street. Image: David Baker Architects

Looking down Arkansas Street from above 18th Street. Image: David Baker Architects

Local-serving commercial space and streetscape improvements at Arkansas and 18th streets. Image: David Baker Architects

Arkansas Street stoops and plantings. Image: David Baker Architects

Arkansas Street neighborhood typology elements: 25' lot increments, height variation,bays and stoops, window modulation

The neighborhood typology mapped on the existing facing street elevation.

Arkansas Street elevation as of 2015.08. Image: David baker Architects

Site Plan: Active ground-floor uses, with a new public pedestrian greenway connecting 18th Street to Jackson Playground.

project details

Category

Apartments, Current Work, Market-Rate, Mixed-Use, On the Boards, San Francisco

​Location

San Francisco, California

Developer

Related Companies of California

Architect

David Baker Architects

Landscape Architect

Fletcher Studio

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