Redevelopment in Visitacion Valley

From SPUR:

Join us for a lively discussion of the community-driven planning process, fascinating site history and remediation program behind the Schlage Lock development, the centerpiece of the Visitacion Valley Redevelopment Area. Plans for the 20-acre brownfield site include 1,250 residential units, three parks and 105,000 square feet of neighborhood-serving retail. After 11 years, the planning process is at a crucial juncture: Universal Paragon Corporation, the current landowner, has commissioned AECOM to develop the master plan. With Sarah Dennis Phillips from the Planning Department, Fran Martin, chair of the Visitacion Valley Planning Alliance, and Jonathan Scharfman of Universal Paragon.

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Visitacion Valley, Schlage Lock Green Connections Workshop

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From sf-planning.org: The San Francisco Planning Department & Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development in cooperation with UPC, invite you to revisit the VISITACION VALLEY / SCHLAGE LOCK PROJECT and to help develop a GREEN CONNECTION street in your neighborhood. After the closure of the Schlage Lock factory in 1999, residents of Visitacion Valley […]

Visitacion Valley / Schlage Lock Project Community Meeting

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From SF-Planning: Join the San Francisco Planning Department and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development in cooperation with Universal Paragon Corporation for a second community workshop on the Schlage Lock site. At this workshop we will review feedback on top community priorities from first workshop, evaluate potential funding strategies, and review the design options […]

This Week in Livable Streets Events

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This week, speak out for a better Masonic Avenue, discuss the Schlage Lock development in Visitacion Valley and learn how a new federal transportation bill will affect the Bay Area. Then, end the week enjoying free bluegrass in the park. Here are the highlights from the Streetsblog calendar: Tuesday: The San Francisco County Transportation Authority […]

Green Connections Concept Design in Visitacion Valley

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From Planning Department: Please join the Planning Department at the Visitacion Valley Library on Saturday May 11th for a Green Connections project update.The team will present several options for a Green Connection along Leland Avenue at the Visitacion Valley Planning Alliance’s monthly meeting. We’d like to hear your feedback on the design options and discuss […]

Walk SF Guided Walk: A Visit to Visitacion Valley

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From Walk SF: Come explore the Visitacion Valley neighborhood in the southeastern corner of San Francisco with Walk SF. We’ll look at the Leland Avenue street design improvements and discuss plans to build transit-oriented development in the neighborhood. We will also visit local parks, including the lesser traveled Bayview Park, which has great views of […]