option 1 - basement plan
       
     
option 1 - typical plan
       
     
option 1 - section
       
     
option 2  - basement plan
       
     
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option 3 - basement plan
       
     
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option 4 - ground plan
       
     
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option 1 - basement plan
       
     
option 1 - basement plan

strada and farallon were asked by the san francisco boys and girls club to explore the redevelopment potential of 1950 page street, home of the ernest ingold clubhouse. brick was brought in to examine a residential development strategy aimed at maximizing the property within the context of a potential market-rate development transaction aimed at benefiting the boys and girls club. brick analyzed the existing zoning controls on the site, recent community interest group positions on neighborhood development, efficiencies of construction and current market-rate housing design trends to bracket the possibilities for the property within four solutions.

option 1 - typical plan
       
     
option 1 - typical plan
option 1 - section
       
     
option 1 - section
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option 2 - basement plan
option 2 - ground plan
       
     
option 2 - ground plan
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option 2 - section
option 3 - basement plan
       
     
option 3 - basement plan
option 3 - ground plan
       
     
option 3 - ground plan
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option 3 - section
option 4 - ground plan
       
     
option 4 - ground plan
option 4 - typical plan
       
     
option 4 - typical plan
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option 4 - section