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Judge Stops Valencia Street Development Mid-Construction

Judge Stops Valencia Street Development Mid-Construction

A Superior Court Judge has frozen the five-story development rising at 1050 Valencia Street mid-construction, ruling that San Francisco’s Board of Appeals “abused its discretion” and “failed to set forth the analytic route it traveled” when the Board reversed its original vote which would have limited the Mission District development... Read More »

1050 Valencia Approved With Yet Another Take On What’s Appropriate

1050 Valencia Approved With Yet Another Take On What’s Appropriate

A plugged-in reader reports with respect to the proposed five-story development at 1050 Valencia Street which the Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association opposed, the Planning Department supported, and San Francisco’s Planning Commission has now approved with their own list of suggested revisions for the building’s design: “project approved 8-0 last... Read More »

The Seven Issues And Three Sides To 1050 Valencia’s Five Stories

The Seven Issues And Three Sides To 1050 Valencia’s Five Stories

As plugged-in people know, the Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association (LHNA) filed for Discretionary Review (DR) in an attempt to block the proposed five-story building as rendered above from rising at 1050 Valencia Street. A summary of the LHNA’s seven issues with the project which will be reviewed and ruled... Read More »

1050 Valencia Street Scoop: The Design (And Liberty Hill’s Opposition)

1050 Valencia Street Scoop: The Design (And Liberty Hill’s Opposition)

A plugged-in tipster delivers the latest renderings and an update on the five-story building that’s slated to rise on the site of Sugoi Sushi (the old Spork) at 1050/8 Valencia Street. Current development plans call for the existing twelve-foot building at 1050 Valencia Street to be razed and a... Read More »