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The State Of San Francisco’s Downtown

The State Of San Francisco’s Downtown

Having emerged from “growing public awareness during the 1970’s that development threatened the essential character of downtown San Francisco,” San Francisco’s adopted Downtown Plan states that, “without sufficient and appropriate housing to serve new commercial development, local housing costs would increase, thereby compromising the vitality of downtown.” The Plan’s... Read More »

The State Of San Francisco’s Downtown: Property, People And Parking

The State Of San Francisco’s Downtown: Property, People And Parking

A few highlights from the Planning Department’s latest Monitoring Report for San Francisco’s Downtown which will be presented to the Planning Commission this week: Downtown vacancy rates in San Francisco declined in 2011 and are now at 11% for office and 6.7% for retail as average downtown office rents... Read More »