SF Planning Commission Meeting

Agenda

On the agenda:

  • Draft EIR Public Hearing on 706 Mission St, Mexican Museum and Residential Tower Project
  • Downtown Plan Annual Monitoring Report
  • Request for variances on 100 Van Ness Ave project, converting offices to 399 residential units with 188 off-street parking spaces

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