"Mission Walk, the latest addition to Mission Bay North, brings 131 affordable condominium homes to this emerging neighborhood. By providing low- to moderate-income first-time homebuyers an opportunity to purchase (soon-to-be LEED certified) homes priced from $159,000 to $303,000, the project adds to the diversity of new residents on Berry Street. Join Kim Nash, project manager for BRIDGE Housing Corporation, Architect Richard Stacy of Leddy Maytum Stacy and San Francisco Redevelopment Agency Housing Specialist, Jeff White, on a tour of the project and hear about the details of its development."
See parking guru Donald Shoup speak in person this Wednesday, and then speak your mind on transit service cuts at the crucial MTA Board meeting on Friday. Here are the week’s highlights: Tuesday: SPUR Lunchtime Forum: Building Green in China: A presentation by architect Jeff Heller. Learn about the intricacies of the design and approval […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday tonight! Emeryville Bike Ped Advisory Subcommittee Meeting: Bay Trail freeway ramp crossing. Regular every-other-month meeting of the Emeryville Bicycle & Pedestrian Advisory Subcommittee, which reviews city bikeway/development plans and advises staff on funding/planning proposals. The agenda for this meeting includes a discussion about improving the Bay […]
Here are this week’s highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday tonight! Tour de Fat Pre-Party. Roll In, Tune Up, Bowl On! Join Mission Bowling Club and New Belgium Brewing as they gear up for Tour De Fat 2016! Ride your bike over for a quick-fix and tune-up happy hour, courtesy of Huckleberry Bicycles. Become a member […]
From SF Planning: The Planning Department will be hosting walking toursfeaturing a variety of speakers along the walk who will discuss their area of interest and vision for the corridor. Each walking tour will feature a different set of speakers covering a wide variety of topics, including: affordable and market-rate housing jobs office users retail arts […]
From Greenbelt Alliance: Catch the bus and tour with Greenbelt Alliance along the Grand Boulevard in North San Mateo County on May 12. Complete communities are cropping up and we’ll take a closer look, visiting the War Memorial Community Center in Daly City and donning hard hats at Habitat for Humanity’s project down the road. […]
This week, help redesign Cesar Chavez Street, take a planning tour of Downtown Oakland, speak up for 15 MPH school zones, and get “thinking” with two historical walking tours. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Monday: Cesar Chavez Community Meeting. Help envision the redesign of Cesar Chavez Street with the SFMTA, the SF […]