SPUR Forum: Evolving Priorities for Central SoMa

From SPUR:

The Central SoMa Plan presents an opportunity to address San Francisco’s hottest real estate topics: affordable housing, high-rise office and light industrial space, community benefits and open space. But can the plan really accommodate it all? What trade-offs will have to be made? Come talk with experts about the evolving priorities of the plan and how it will affect the area. Co-sponsored by the Northern Section of the APA California Chapter. AICP CM credits pending.​

+ Steve Wertheim / San Francisco Planning Department
Mike Taquino / Newmark Cornish & Carey
Amy Neches / TMG Partners
John Elberling / TODCO

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