The mixed-user would hold 87 studio, one- and two-bedroom units, 11 of which would serve as apartments for very low income tenants. The project, designed by KTGY Architecture + Planning, would include 6,000 square feet of street-level commercial space and 112 parking spaces.
It ultimately won the conditional endorsement of the neighborhood council, which voted to support the development only if it increased the number of affordable units in the project to 22. At that time, the total number of units was 96.
The 1860 will replace a Valero gas station and two bungalows.