New renderings have been published for the full-block mixed-use redevelopment of the SFMTA Potrero Yard bus maintenance facility at 2500 Mariposa Street in San Francisco’s Mission District. The updated design shows a more refined exterior, though the housing capacity is reduced from 575 to 513 units. Plenary Group is responsible for the application.
A rehabilitation project has been proposed at 1200 15th Street in Mission District, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the rehabilitation and renovation of existing building at the site to create a new headquarters for SFMTA’s Parking and Traffic Enforcement Division.
New renderings provide the best glimpse yet at how the SF MTA Potrero Yard modernization project will change the neighborhood’s skyline. The illustrations come a week after the announcement that Plenary Group will be the lead developer for the project at 2500 Mariposa Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. Completion is expected by 2027.
The San Francisco Planning Department has published the draft environmental review for 2500 Mariposa Street in the Mission District of San Francisco. The proposed project would create 575 dwelling units on top of an expanded transit facility. The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency is sponsoring the development.
The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency has filed a project profile application with plans to make the Slow Streets Program permanent. Nearly thirty slow-street corridors have been opened since the program started in April last year. A dozen and a half corridors are under consideration to be permanent, with three permanent slow streets in the design phase. The proposal is now under review by the San Francisco Planning Department.