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Mission Bay Block 40 Planning Commission meeting

Thursday, February 14, 2013
Planning Commission Hearing
City Hall, 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Pl
Room 400
Beginning at Noon

Projects in the Potrero Hill/Mission Bay area:

2012.1296C: 383 RHODE ISLAND STREET - east side at the northeast corner of the intersection with 17th Street; Lot 004 in Assessor’s Block 3956 - Request for Conditional Use Authorization, pursuant to Planning Code Sections 303(c), 303(i), 843.46 to allow a “formula retail use” that is also a “financial service” (d.b.a Chase Bank) within the UMU (Urban Mixed Use) Zoning District and 48-X Height and Bulk District.
For further information, please call Corey Teague at (415) 575-9081 and ask about Case No. 2012.1296C.
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2012.1482B: Mission Bay Block 40, aka 1800-1900 Owens Street - west side of Owens Street bounded by 16th Street, Highway 280, and Mariposa Street, Lots 005 & 008 in Assessor's Block 8727 - Request for Office Development Authorization pursuant to Planning Code Sections 321 & 322 for 700,000 gross square feet of office use. The proposal is to construct a new office building which will consist of two “campuses”; each campus will feature a 5-story building connected to a 12-story building. The maximum height will be 180 feet and there will be 680 independently-accessible off-street parking spaces. The land use and development components will be reviewed by the Commission on Community Investment and Infrastructure (the successor commission to the Former Redevelopment Agency Commission). The property is located in the Mission Bay South Redevelopment Plan, Commercial-Industrial Use Area, and HZ-7 Height District. Preliminary Recommendation: Approval with Conditions.

For further information, please call Tara Sullivan at (415) 558-6257 and ask about Case No. 2012.1482B.

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