As we first reported two weeks ago with respect to the proposal to convert the Pacific Sales building at 975 Bryant into a 33,000 square foot Orchard Supply Hardware store:
While it took over a decade to get a new home improvement store out on Bayshore Boulevard, with the backing of the Planning Department, Orchard Supply Hardware is hoping to get a quick approval to convert the Pacific Sales building at 975 Bryant into a 33,000 square foot OSH with a plant nursery on the roof.
Other proposed changes to the building at 975 Bryant include landscaping, a new Bryant Street entrance, and a change of windows along Bryant Street to increase transparency.
Despite’s San Francisco’s Planning Department noting that the proposed project “is desirable for, and compatible with the surrounding neighborhood,” would “[improve] the pedestrian experience along Bryant Street” and “meets all applicable requirements of the Planning Code,” following public testimony on February 14, San Francisco’s Planning Commission adopted a motion of Intent to Disapprove the project by a vote of 5 to 2 with Commissioners Fong and Antonini dissenting.
The Planning Commission is scheduled to revisit the proposed project and the NIMBYs’ objections, and act on their intent, with a vote this week.
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