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It's a Go

The mixed-use project at 1150 16th Street was approved at yesterday's Planning Commission hearing. All the public comments were in favor of the project, including the owner of the to-be-displaced Axis Cafe and SF Made. An architecture and urban design professor from neighboring CCA did say that the design language seemed "foreign" for the area, and "as if it is designed as a market rate housing project for a residential area like Hayes Valley, rather than as an innovative live-workspace," but supported the project anyway. The application was approved unanimously. [Photo: SF Planning]