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2051 Third Street Gets in Front of the Planning Commission

Back in March, Curbed brought news of a mixed-use project in Dogpatch slated for 3rd Street between Mariposa and 18th. Things got stalled for a bit by the project sponsor, who wanted to address some neighborhood comments and refine the design by BDE Architecture and Jon Worden before going in front of the Planning Commission. Now they're back, and looking for approvals for a six-story, 68' tall building with 93 units (33 studios, 22 1BRs, 35 2BRs, and 3 3BRs - with twelve affordable units on-site) with 2,165 sq. ft. of "flex space", 74 off-street parking spaces, bike parking, and common open space. The time-out proved to be successful, as now the project has support from the Dogpatch Neighborhood Association and the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition. There are still some lingering concerns from neighbors, like the scale of the project, its shadow impacts to the planned Crane Cove Park, and the loss of property line windows to an adjacent building. Overall the Planning staff is recommending approval.
· Large Project Authorization - 2051 3rd Street [SF Planning]
· Previous Coverage of 2051 3rd Street [Curbed SF]