Rancor over a proposal to allow “micro apartments” in San Francisco played out Thursday at The City’s Planning Commission, where a proposed 375-unit cap on such “experimental” living spaces was rejected. Read More
The proposed $160 million rebuild and expansion of Chinese Hospital may not be the most attractive nor authentic architecture in historic Chinatown, but the Planning Commission agreed Thursday on its necessity.
The project to remake and modernize the last independent hospital in San Francisco, located at 835 and 845 Jackson St., now heads to the Board of Supervisors and, if approved, could be completed in 2015. Read More
A major waterfront luxury condominium project was approved Thursday by the Planning Commission, which heard vociferous arguments for and against the so-called 8 Washington plans for more than seven hours. Read More
After just three weeks on the job, the Planning Commission’s newest and youngest member is enjoying a quick rise to civic prominence after being appointed Thursday to serve as panel vice president. Read More