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Plans for a Less Classy Mission District Development in Play

Plans for a Less Classy Mission District Development in Play

Having already been redesigned to look less upscale, the façade of the approved seven story development to rise up to 79 feet in height upon the former auto body shop site at 1924 Mission Street has been redesigned anew, “to reflect a more traditional design…in keeping with the character... Read More »

Challenged for Looking Too Classy, Development Redesigned

Challenged for Looking Too Classy, Development Redesigned

Challenged for looking too upscale and appealing to “wealthy residents that will negatively impact the character of this working-class neighborhood,” the façade of the proposed Mission District development to rise up to seven stories in height upon the former N&S Auto Body Shop at 1924 Mission Street has been... Read More »

Setting the Opposition Party’s Story Straight

Setting the Opposition Party’s Story Straight

While the Mission Economic Development Agency (MEDA) has not withdrawn their requested Discretionary Review (DR) and formal opposition to the redevelopment of the Mission District auto shop site at 1900 Mission Street into a modern seven-story building with twelve units of housing, a project which has been in the... Read More »

Development Challenged for Looking Too Upscale

Development Challenged for Looking Too Upscale

Plans to level the former N&S Auto Body Shop at 1924 Mission Street and construct a new 80-foot-tall building, with 11 apartments over a ground floor retail space fronting Mission, are being challenged by “Our Mission No Eviction” which has requested a formal Discretionary Review (DR) of the development... Read More »

More Inner Mission Infill and One Less Curb Cut as Proposed

More Inner Mission Infill and One Less Curb Cut as Proposed

Adding to a growing list of infill projects around 15th Street in the Mission, plans to raze the N&S Auto Body Shop at 1924 Mission Street are working their way through Planning. As proposed, a seven-story building with 13 apartments over a 2,500-square-foot retail space fronting Mission will rise... Read More »