Amongst the items the agenda for San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee this afternoon, the sale of 25,772 square feet of the City owned parcel at Ocean and Phelan Avenues to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency for $4,056,580.
The transfer would help clear the way for the parcel which current houses a bus turnaround and 1,000 square foot restroom building to be redeveloped as a five-story affordable housing development dubbed “Phelan Loop Housing” with 71 residential units over ground floor retail, community, and supportive services space along with an adjacent “Phelan Loop Plaza.”
As you might recall, not everyone is particularly enamored with the project as proposed.
∙ Land Use and Economic Development Committee Agenda: 2/28/11 [sfbos.org]
∙ The Designs (And Approvals) For 1100 Ocean Avenue As Proposed Archives [SocketSite]
∙ Unsupportive Reaction To Proposed Supportive Housing’s Parking Plan [SocketSite]