With an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) that’s been affirmed, the Candlestick/Hunters Point Grand Plan is back in front of San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors this afternoon to negotiate and finalize the details of development in an effort to secure final approval.
Other items in front of the Board this afternoon include the rezoning of One Capitol Avenue, the swap of Fire Station No. 1 for 935 Folsom to make way for SFMOMA’s expansion, and a slew of eminent domain hearings related to the construction of San Francisco’s Central Subway.
Board Of Supervisors Affirms Both Hunters Point And 900 Folsom EIRs [SocketSite]
The Grand Plan And Aesthetics For Candlestick/Hunters Point [SocketSite]
San Francisco Board of Supervisors Agenda: July 27, 2010 [sfbos.org]
One Capitol Avenue Address, Twenty Eight Dwellings As Proposed [SocketSite]
935 Folsom: Warehouse Squat Sweatshop Condos Fire Station! [SocketSite]
Let It Snø! (Snøhetta Snags SFMOMA Expansion Project) [SocketSite]
San Francisco’s Central Subway: Make That 2018 And An Extra $278M [SocketSite]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by Anna

    The Board approved the Hunters Point redevelopment 10-1! Guess who cast the only dissenting vote?

  2. Posted by Conifer

    The erudite man from Fairfield?

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