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Proposed Beacon Hill mixed-user walks on the wooden side

The preferred look calls for 97 residential units above four commercial/retail spaces

Claremont Partners and Lemons Architecture present their plans for a six-story mixed-user at 2505 Beacon Avenue S in Beacon Hill to the design review board tonight for early design guidance.

The preferred scheme calls for 97 residential units above four commercial/retail spaces along Beacon Avenue S. It look like residential units will range from 323 - 1,010 square-feet, depending on floors and design. There will be parking for three electric vehicles and bike storage. Building amenities include a second level common deck and rooftop deck with dog area.

Plans for a wood walkway out front are a nice touch and way to differentiate the space from so many other mixed-use residentials.

Developers are working hand in hand with the Beacon Hills Merchants association, and other local businesses to figure out the best fits for the retail shops below, which should mean a focus on small business.

2505 Beacon Avenue S [SDCI]