1100 Ocean Avenue Site
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]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by EH

    that area is already a traffic problem and they want to eliminate a convenient bus turnaround and push everything out onto ocean and phelan? surely they can find a better location, though having affordable housing so close to CCSF is an excellent idea.

  2. Posted by TEJ

    I think the plan is to just re-route the loop around the fire station.

  3. Posted by FormerAptBroker

    I think that it is funny that they are naming a low income minority housing development after Phelan who ran for US Senate with a campaign slogan:
    “Keep California White”

  4. Posted by rr

    getting rid of a bus turnaround might be a good idea, but what of all the weeds and gravel around it? I’d prefer a more comprehensive plan that included the reservoir-cum-parking lot behind as well.

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