A 586-page summary of the comments received on the master plan for redeveloping the 33-acre public housing development atop Potrero Hill and the Planning Department’s responses to said comments was released this morning.
The comments generally range from “it’s too dense and tall” to “it’s not nearly dense nor tall enough.” And of course, transit, traffic and parking are all common concerns. Feel free to peruse and excerpt the full summary as you see fit.
The public hearing to certify the Environmental Impact Report for the Potrero HOPE Master Plan is currently scheduled for October 22. And if the project’s EIR and Master Plan are approved, the 1,700-unit redevelopment would occur in three phases, beginning in 2015 and spanning around 10 years in order to minimize disruption to existing residents.