My maternal grandmother's cousin and her husband bought this house in Fremont right after World War II. It's immediately north of 36th on 1st Ave. NW (about 50 yards from the Tacos Guaymas that is soon to be housing - the lot immediately left of the NW on The Stranger's map is their house). They have recently moved to retirement housing and their sons are looking to sell the house.
The area is zoned L2 and the lot is 6000 sq. ft. The development across the street is four green townhouses built on a 5000 sq ft. lot. Only of these units is still for sale; it is a 2 bed, 2.5 bath, with a 1 car garage for a cool $480,000. Reactionary architecture and ridiculous price aside, I think this is an okay development. I'd really love to put something beautiful across the street from it though...
According to the density requirements, I believe 5 units could be built but 4 may be optimum. The 4-plex immediately north sits comfortably on its lot and has a small yard out front.
There is an issue with improving the alley behind the property that has kept other developers away. My relatives are researching their options but it gives me some time to try and organize. Let me know if this is interesting to you. I may start exploring more traditional development options since I have this opportunity in front of me.