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Wanted to check to see if you know anything about what's going on with the Rebuild Potrero initiative. Haven't seen anything on it in ages. We checked in on the Rebuild Potrero project planned for the Potrero Terrace housing development around this time last year. As you recall, the project will transform the existing 606 units of public housing into a community that has 1,600 units of public, workforce, and market-rate housing. When Potrero Terrace got off the ground in the 1940s, it was laid out with curving, hill-hugging roads that broke from the surrounding street grid. The redevelopment plan aims to reintegrate the neighborhood with its surroundings and create economic opportunities for residents. When we checked in last year, the project sponsors were working on the environmental review with a target date of late summer 2014.
When we checked in last year, the project sponsors were working on the environmental review with a target date of late summer 2014. According to the project website, things have been pushed back a bit, with the draft EIR expected to be available for public review in winter 2014. In the meantime, they're working on a neighborhood transportation plan with the SFCTA to prioritize improvements.