In addition to the fates of 673 Brussels and 448 Diamond, the appeal of the proposed development at 1050 Valencia and an application to build at 380-398 Randolph Street will be heard by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon as well.
With respect to the development on Randolph:
The proposed project includes the construction of a new, three-story, mixed-use structure on the existing paved parking lot. As proposed, the new building would provide two retail spaces at the ground level, eight residential units with eight off-street, below grade parking spaces, and an 18-room Residential Care Facility that can accommodate up to 36 occupants.
The Department recommends the Commission approve the development on Randolph.
∙ A Family’s Plea To Rebuild Their Home (And Planning’s Objections) [SocketSite]
∙ The Planning Department’s Very Different Criterion For 448 Diamond [SocketSite]
∙ San Francisco Planning Commission Calendar: September 30, 2010 [sf-planning.org]
∙ Don’t Put A Fork In Spork Quite Yet (The Appeal Of 1050 Valencia) [SocketSite]