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File #: 130664    Version: 1 Name: Appeal of the Historic Preservation Commission’s Decision on a Major Permit to Alter - 706 Mission Street
Type: Hearing Status: Filed
Introduced: 6/13/2013 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 7/9/2013 Final action: 7/23/2013
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Hearing of persons interested in or objecting to the Historic Preservation Commission's decision, dated May 15, 2013, approving a Major Permit to Alter for an interior and exterior rehabilitation, as well as seismic upgrade of the Aronson Building and new construction of a 47-story, 550'-tall tower with up to 215 residential units and a museum (the future home of The Mexican Museum) adjacent to Aronson Building and located partially within the new Montgomery-Mission-Second Street Conservation District. The project would also reconfigure portions of the existing Jessie Square Garage to increase the number of parking spaces from 442 spaces to 470 spaces, add loading and service vehicle spaces, and would allocate up to 215 parking spaces within the garage to serve the proposed residential uses for the property located at 706 Mission Street (Assessor's Block No. 3706, Lot Nos. 093, 275, and portions of Lot No. 277), within the C-3-R (Downtown Office) District and the 400-I Height and Bulk District. (District 6) (Appellants: Thomas N. Lippe on behalf of 765 Market Street Residential Owner's Association, Friends of Yerba Buena, Paul Sedway, Ron Wornick, Matthew Schoenberg, Joe Fang, and Margaret Collins) (Filed June 13, 2013).
Attachments: 1. Board_Packet_070913, 2. Board_Packet_072313
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