Special Use District or not, the conversion of the Edward II Inn at 3151-3155 Scott Street from tourist hotel to group housing for transitional 18 to 24 year olds requires Conditional Use Authorization.
While the Authorization for the aforementioned conversion was approved by the Planning Commission in July, this afternoon San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors will hear an appeal filed by the Cow Hollow Association and joined by the Marina Community Association, Marina Merchants Association, Marina Cow Hollow Neighbors and Merchants and Union Street Merchants Association seeking to overturn the approval.
The basis of the appeal ranges from a perceived failure “to consider correspondence and public comment from neighborhood residents and community organizations in opposition,” to a lack of sufficient kitchen facilities for its proposed use, to a failure to protect the building’s “historic façade.”
∙ Conditional Use Appeal: 3151-3155 Scott Street [sfbos.org]
∙ The Cow Hollow Association Might Say Both Are For The Birds… [SocketSite]
∙ Support For Supportive Housing…Just Not Here [SocketSite]