Developers are rushing to cash in on the Mission's ever-growing reputation as a hub for the young and wealthy (and also the tourists). Whether on Valencia, Guerrero or even Potrero Avenue, the neighborhood is brimming with new condo and rental proposals. A good chunk of folks aren't pleased, and want to stop development dead in its tracks, citing fears of excessive gentrification and displacement. Despite all the controversy, many plans are pushing forward. To keep track of exactly what's happening, we've mapped the most major housing developments in the neighborhood. Some, like 480 Potrero, are well under construction, while others have yet to gain approvals. Certain projects, like 1979 Mission Steet, known by some as "the Monster," may never make it off the ground—at least not in their current configuration. Let's get this party started.
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