The developers behind a proposed senior affordable housing project along the Great Highway are holding a public meeting tonight at the South Sunset Community Center. The event will be held tonight, November 8th, between 6-8PM at 2601 40th Avenue in San Francisco. Speaking with YIMBY, a representative for the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation shared that the proposal is “very early in the development process,” with more community meeting opportunities expected to occur early next year. TNDC and Self-Help for the Elderly are jointly responsible for the plan.
Just over a year after the official groundbreaking ceremony, crews have topped out the five-story affordable educator housing development at 1360 43rd Avenue in San Francisco’s Sunset District. The Shirley Chisholm Village has replaced a former school and outdoor yard with the low-rise apartment infill designed by BAR Architects with G7A. MidPen Housing is the project developer, and Cahill is the general contractor.
Revised plans have been filed for a planned expansion of St Ignatius College Preparatory Campus at 2001 37th Avenue in San Francisco’s Sunset District. The application shows continued focus on creating a new main facility for the private Catholic school overlooking Sunset Boulevard. A portion of the existing campus will be demolished.
The San Francisco Board of Appeals is scheduled to review an appeal filed by the developer behind 2700 Sloat Boulevard regarding the zoning code interpretation by the city’s Zoning Administrator. The department argues that calculations behind the 50-story skyscraper in the Sunset District were an inaccurate interpretation of city code. In their appeal, CH Planning has provided examples of over a dozen approved projects that they say used similar methods of calculator.
The San Francisco Planning Department is expected to vote on plans for a new United Irish Cultural Center at 2700 45th Avenue in the Sunset District, San Francisco. The densely packed six-story institutional facility will create new community space, including a two-level Saint Patrick’s Room banquet hall, offices, and a public gallery.