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10th and Mission: A 14-Story Building Joins the Party

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The intersection of 10th and Mission is quite the busy place: a recently published draft environmental impact report shows a new building proposed for 1415 Mission. The project's kitty corner from 1390 Mission, former site of King's Diner and current site of the family housing fin. And just north, a mid-rise building built by the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp should see the light of day in oh.. three years. There's also the 720-unit Crescent Heights high-rise, but we won't talk of sad things. The building in question is designed by Heller Manus and may include up to 117 units and be 14 stories tall.
· SoMa Swank: Rooftop Soirées Aren't Just for the Rich [Curbed SF]
· Construction Watch: Fin Just Needs Yellow at 1390 Mission [Curbed SF]
· No Construction Watch: Crescent Heights Condos [Curbed SF]