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Fun With Land Use

A study on how to develop underused public land in San Francisco has determined that at least half of the housing built on the land should be below market rate. However, an advocacy group would like the city to go even further and is now talking about a ballot measure that would ensure public land is set aside for BMR housing. In the meantime, the city plans to release requests for proposals next summer for developers to build on sites like the Balboa Reservoir, the Central Subway station, at 4th and Folsom, 1950 Mission, and Upper Yard near Balboa Park Station. [SF Business Times]