Central Corridor Project Walking Tour

From SF Planning:

The Planning Department will be hosting walking tours featuring 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 and entertainment
  • pedestrian safety
  • Please arrive a few minutes early for the tour. We will begin promptly at 5:30.

    Scheduled Speakers:

  • Brad Paul, Forest City Development/5M Project
  • Tim Colen, Housing Action Coalition
  • Bernadette Borja, Filipino-American Development Foundation
  • Manish Champsee, Walk SF
  • Jim Meko, SOMA Leadership Council
  • Dan Kingsley, SKS Investments
  • SFMTA staff will also be on hand to answer questions about the Central Subway project itself.

    Download the Walking Tour Map

    Contact: Joshua Switzky
    Emailjoshua.switzky@sfgov.org
    Phone: (415) 575-6815

    More Infohttp://www.sf-planning.org/index.aspx?page=2557

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