SF Planning Commission Meeting

Agenda

Of note:

13a.        2011.0430E                                                                                                            (D. LEWIS: (415) 575-9095)

480 POTRERO AVENUE  – northwest corner of Potrero Avenue and Mariposa Street; Lot 2C in Assessor’s Block 3973 – Appeal of a Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration – The proposed project involves construction of a six-story, 58-foot-tall, residential building approximately 89,600 square feet in size on a vacant lot. The building would contain 77 residential units and 47 parking spaces in a one-level basement parking garage accessed from Mariposa Street. The subject property is located within the UMU (Urban Mixed Use) District and 58-X Height and Bulk Designation.

Preliminary Recommendation: Uphold the Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration

(Continued from Regular Meeting of July 18, 2013)

NOTE:  On July 18, 2013, after Closing Public Comment and a Motion to uphold the PMND failed, the Commission continued the item to August 8, 2013 by a vote of +5 -0 (Fong, Hillis absent).

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