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Old Posted Jul 17, 2019, 7:07 PM
eschaton eschaton is offline
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Originally Posted by Pedestrian View Post
Absolutely NOT true in San Francisco.

Take the Tenderloin, the most contentious bit of land at one point (the fight there is now largely over and the policies to prevent it gentrifying solid) because of its central location adjacent to the city's premier shopping and tourist zone around Union Square:


https://www.kqed.org/news/11665527/w...-san-francisco

These days, other neighborhoods, especially the Mission District, are attempting to follow a similar course.
By national standards, allowing 13-story residential buildings is remarkably lenient zoning.

Hell, by San Francisco standards that's pretty lenient too, considering how many neighborhoods cap development at three stories.
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