Last October Curbed brought news that one single appellant was throwing a wrench into a plan for 248-252 9th Street—a new five-story, 55' tall mixed-use building with 15 dwelling units, 2,858 square feet of ground floor restaurant space, and a roof deck. They had concerns about noise, dust, and privacy issues for the neighbors, and wanted a full-on environmental impact report prepared. The Planning Commission held up the staff's call that an EIR wasn't necessary and certified the project. Now the same appellant is at it again (this time complaining about parking and traffic) appealing the Commission's certification, so it's going to the Board of Supervisors. We'll let you know how it plays out.
· Public Hearing - Appeal of Mitigated Negative Declaration - 248-252 9th Street [SF BOS]
· Previous Coverage of 248-252 9th Street [Curbed SF]