Document Title Church Demolition And Replacement I S
Type Other Project Documents
SCH# 2007092052
County Name San Francisco ( North / / Coastal CA Region )
Lead Agency San Francisco Planning Department
The Second Church of Christ, Scientist, the project sponsor, proposes the demolition and replacement of the existing church structure, an unreinforced masonry building (National Register Status Code 3S, Here Today historic resource survey) on the site. The project sponsor proposes to construct approximately 9,000 square feet of church building area, 13,400 square feet of residential use (8 units) and 12,200 square feet of parking (31 spaces) for a total area of approximately 34,600 square feet. The project's residential structures would be three-and four-stories, reaching a height of 40 feet above grade. The two-story church would include a cupola of approximately 10.5 feet high atop a double-height worship area on the secondary story. Including the cupola, the church would reach about 51 feet in height above grade. About 4,200 square feet of open space in the form of a courtyard and rear yards would serve the project. The proposed project also includes a lot split which would divide the existing approximately 15,000 square foot lot into two residential lots of approximately 4,000 square feet, each, and a single, corner lot of approximately 6,800 square feet for the new church building. The project site is within an RH-3 (Residential, House, Three-Family) district, and within a 40-X Height and Bulk District. The project sponsor would seek Conditional Use (C.U.) Authorization from the San Francisco Planning Commission to allow a subdivision of the existing lot into three lots for four-dwelling-unit buildings on two lots that are within the RH-3 (Residential, House, Three-Family) District with lot splits. A C.U. Authorization would also be required for constructing a church within an RH-3 District. The project would require a variance for rear yard depth. The project would need to be reviewed by the Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board (LPAB) since the existing church structure is considered a historical architectural resource.

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