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555 Washington: Round One Goes To The Opponents (But No KO)

San Francisco’s Planning Commission voted three to two against certifying 555 Washington‘s Environmental Impact Report (EIR). Commissioners Hisashi Sugaya, Kathrin Moore and Christina Olague voted against certification, Bill Lee and Ron Miguel opposed the motion against certification, and Michael Antonini and Gwyneth Borden were absent from the vote. Luckily,... Read More »

Proposed 555 Washington Street Project: Comments And Responses

Proposed 555 Washington Street Project: Comments And Responses

A collection of official Comments and Responses to the previously published Draft Environmental Report for the 555 Washington Street Project is now online. Our comment: Yes please (and not the “office variant”). Feel free to respond if you wish. Read More »

Eastern Neighborhoods Plan, It’s Not Just For Policy Wonks Anymore

Eastern Neighborhoods Plan, It’s Not Just For Policy Wonks Anymore

A year ago and a decade in the making, the draft Eastern Neighborhoods Environmental Impact Report (EIR) was first published.  As we wrote at the time: The plan aims to support long-term Planning Department goals such as greater density and housing affordability, and particularly attempts to better define zoning... Read More »

The 690 Stanyan Project Recap: Today And Tomorrow As Proposed

The 690 Stanyan Project Recap: Today And Tomorrow As Proposed

Of course plugged-in people have known about The 690 Stanyan Project and its proposed 62 residential units and Whole Foods Market for at least five months, but the battle over its development appears to be picking up steam. Our past overview, the project website, and the entire Environmental Impact... Read More »