SPUR Forum: Building the Market and Octavia Plan

From SPUR:

Image courtesy of Flickr user Steve Boland

Market and Octavia, the first Better Neighborhoods Plan, was adopted in 2007. The plan is now becoming reality, with several new projects being built or recently finished. Come hear from the architects of the area’s new housing developments as they share their vision for the future of the neighborhood. Co-presented by the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition and the San Francisco AIA.

+ David Baker / David Baker Architects
+ Stanley Saitowitz / Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects, Inc.
+ Owen Kennerly / Kennerly Architecture and Planning
+ Todd Aranaz / Fougeron Architecture
Adrianne Steichen​ / Pyatok Architects
+ Veronica Hinkley Reck​ / Ignition Architecture

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