The Rowan, Potrero Hill’s Newest CondosSep 16 2016 · 0 comments · Mixed-Use, NISHKIAN MENNINGER, Residential ·0
The Rowan, located at 346 Potrero in San Francisco in the Potrero Hill neighborhood will complete construction by the end of 2016. Designed by Handel Architects for Trumark Urban, and constructed by Build Group, the Rowan includes a mid-rise residential building that will house parking, retail areas and residential units. The building stands 9 stories above grade with one level of both storage and utility space. The building will open with 70 residential condominium units, 5,000 square feet of open space and 41 parking spaces, with a basement level for parking, storage, and utility space. The total building area is approximately 88,000 square feet. There are also two outdoor common areas, one on the second floor and one on the ninth floor.
Structurally, Nishkian Menninger worked with Handel to express structure in the overall design of the building. The gravity support system for the Rowan consists of cast-in-place concrete flat slabs spanning to reinforced concrete columns. Using the architectural designs by Handel, the Rowan’s zig-zagging façade structure was designed to be the gravity support at the exterior of the building. These columns, along with a concrete shearwall core and concrete shearwalls at two exterior walls, provide the gravity and lateral structure for the Rowan.
Sales for the Rowan have not yet started, however you can find more information at rowansf.com and additional pictures at https://sfmoderncondos.com/neighborhoods/the-mission/rowan-346-potrero-ave/