The Planning Department today posted the initial study for a four-story, 40-foot-tall mixed-use building in Excelsior, at the current site of a gas station. The project's still chest-deep in the environmental impact report process, so information and drawings are lighter than they'd otherwise be — however, the city's given notice of their intent to declare no significant "adverse effect" on the environment. (No worse than a gas station?) The 4199 Mission building, which would have parking spaces for 15 cars and six bikes in a ground?floor garage, was designed by architect Gary Gee, the guy you might know as the design architect for recent debutante 77 Van Ness. As the project's still rather young, there aren't any images much more exciting than the elevation above, sadly.