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File #: 150788    Version: Name: Development Agreement - 5M Project, LLC - Fifth and Mission Project
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Introduced: 7/21/2015 In control: Clerk of the Board
On agenda: Final action: 12/2/2015
Enactment date: Enactment #: 206-15
Title: Ordinance approving a Development Agreement between the City and County of San Francisco and 5M Project, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company, for the Fifth and Mission Project at the approximately 4-acre site located at Fifth Street between Mission and Howard Streets, with various public benefits including a minimum percentage of affordable housing; making findings under the California Environmental Quality Act, findings of conformity with the General Plan, and with the eight priority policies of Planning Code, Section 101.1(b); approving the use of Impact Fees and Exactions for affordable housing and other community benefits, as set forth in the Development Agreement, and waiving any conflicting provision in Planning Code, Article 4, or Administrative Code, Article 10; authorizing the acquisition of real property at 967 Mission Street for affordable housing; and confirming compliance with or waiving certain provisions of Administrative Code, Chapters 14B and 56, and ratifying certain actions taken in connection therewith.
Sponsors: Mayor
Attachments: 1. Leg Ver1, 2. Leg Dig Ver1, 3. Econ Impact Rpt 110515, 4. Planning Ltr 101515, 5. PC Motion 19458, 6. PC Motion 19459 & MMRP, 7. PC Res 19460, 8. PC Res 19466, 9. MOU Forest City & OEWD, 10. Development Agmt Pages 101915, 11. Development Agmt 082715, 12. Notice of Public Hearing 110915, 13. Comm Pkt 110915, 14. Leg Ver2, 15. Leg Dig Ver2, 16. Development Agmt 110815, 17. Form 126, 18. Board Pkt 111715, 19. Development Agmt 111715, 20. Board Pkt 120115, 21. Leg Final, 22. Development Agmt (Recorded) 010416, 23. Assignment and Assumption Agrmt - Recorded 032619, 24. Rec Doc
Related files: 150932, 150787, 201358
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