An approved plan to develop a 4-unit building on Crestline Drive in the Twin Peaks neighborhood was overturned by the Board of Appeals last week. Originally approved by the Planning Department last November, an appeal was filed in May by neighbors of the 6,300 sq. ft. site. Board members cited concern that the project would "set a precedent that could allow for more development of small pieces of open space." Donald Bateman, of the Twin Peaks East Neighborhood Association, praised the board for recognizing "the precedent-setting nature this would take of future development" in the Twin Peaks area.
·Twin Peaks development killed over open-space concerns [SF Examiner]