With the legal battle between the family that held title to the 1979 Mission Street parcel and the development team behind the proposed 331-unit project to rise up to ten stories on the corner site having been resolved and plans for the so-called “Monster in the Mission” having quietly been put back in play, San Francisco’s Planning Commission will be traveling to the Mission next to hold a special public hearing.
The off-site hearing will be held on November 1 in the auditorium of Mission High School at 3750 18th Street and is scheduled to start at 4pm and adjourn at 8.
In addition to the 331 residential units, the proposed development would also yield over 32,000 square feet of new ground floor retail space, a garage for 163 cars and 162 bikes, and various streetscape and plaza improvements.
Expect refined plans for the project to be revealed at the special hearing, or perhaps a bit before. We’ll keep you posted and plugged-in.
UPDATE: The off-site hearing slated for November 1 has been cancelled.