A long-term vision for the Sunset District is developing, as the San Francisco Planning Commission unanimously endorsed Sunset Forward, a project designed by District 4 Supervisor Gordon Mar and various local community groups.
SF Planning Commission to Consider New Building at 3055 Clement St.
A new building project to replace a single-story dance school and theater at 3055 Clement St., at the intersection with 32nd Avenue, is scheduled to come before the San Francisco Planning Commission on Jan. 13.
S.I. Field Lights Approved Despite Objections
At some point in the future, once activity limits that were put in place because of the COVID-19 pandemic are loosened, the Saint Ignatius College Preparatory School (SI) will host sporting events on its fields again. If all goes according to plan, students will be able to stay on the field later, thanks to new stadium lights.
Move to Increase Housing Density Through ‘In-law Units’
In a unanimous vote on July 31, the SF Board of Supervisors approved changes in the city code that would authorize the expansion of an ADU within a site’s build able area …
Housing plan for CPMC site will add 258 units
A plan to build more than 250 residential units on the site currently operating as the California Pacific Medical Center (CPMC), located at 3700 California St., is now being reviewed by the SF Planning Department.
Housing OK’d to Replace Lawton St. Gas Station
A Union-76 gas station at the corner of 42nd Avenue and Lawton Street will be
demolished and replaced by a mixed-use, four-story building with 15 residential units and ground-floor retail space.
Small cottage poses larger development questions
A small cottage built more than a century ago might fall to the latest wave of gentrification
and land speculation, which has already swept through places like the Mission District and
Noe Valley, and now seems to be washing over the Richmond District.
City planners want more density at Geary and Masonic site
Since the Lucky Penny restaurant has cashed in for good, the SF Planning Commission
will consider an 80-foot-tall, eight-story mixed-use building for the intersection of
Geary Boulevard and Masonic Avenue.
Ocean Beach erosion plan being reviewed by SF Planning Commission
“The Ocean Beach Master Plan, because of erosion at south
Ocean Beach, identified the need for some retreat so that the beach
can persist there, also protection of the wastewater infrastructure
there,” said Maggie Wenger, of the SF Planning Department,
during a community meeting in May.