San Francisco’s Democratic Party Central Committee has voted 15-4 to endorse the November “No Wall on the Waterfront” ballot measure which is designed to quash the 8 Washington Street development by overturning the partial upzoning of the site to 136 feet in height as was approved and upheld by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors.
As we first noted last year, should the upzoning for the 8 Washington Street development be overturned at the ballot box, the project might still be viable at 84 feet, but don’t expect anyone to admit to such prior to the vote.
And should the measure pass, keep an eye out for any unintended, or perhaps intended, consequences with respect to the proposed Warriors Arena upon Pier 30-32.
∙ 8 Washington Approval Upheld But Now On Hold Until 2013 Election [SocketSite]
∙ 8 Washington Opponents Deliver On Anti-Development Threat [SocketSite]