San Francisco Planning Commission is scheduled to review plans to increase the residential capacity of the Stonestown Galleria master plan. The new plan will create nearly 3,500 residences and reduce non-retail sales and service spaces. To add more housing, the plans for a hotel have been removed. Brookfield Properties is the developer, and the meeting is scheduled for this Thursday.
Stonestown Development Project
The City has published the first draft Environmental Impact Report reviewing the Stonestown Galleria proposal in San Francisco. The report lists various ways of mitigating the potential consequences of transforming the suburban-style mall into a…
Brookfield Properties has released new renderings for the $2 billion master plan to redevelop the surface parking of the Stonestown Galleria mall on the west side of San Francisco. The new illustrations compare current conditions at the mall with the proposal. The development would transform the retail center into a vibrant town center and neighborhood destination with housing and open space.
San Francisco has published their first review of the Stonestown Development Project. The planning department has published their Preliminary Project Assessment (PPA), kickstarting the multi-year entitlement process between the City and the project developer, Brookfield Properties. As it stands, the project aims to replace over two dozen acres of surface parking around the mall with thousands of homes, new shops, office space, a hotel, and public parks.
Brookfield Properties has published the preliminary master plan for the mixed-use Stonestown Development Project in San Francisco. The proposal would completely redefine the nearly 41-acre site, keeping much of the existing mall while building thousands of apartments, a hotel, additional retail, and a network of pedestrian-oriented open spaces. According to the planning application, Brookfield estimates construction will cost $2 billion.