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More scrutiny for market-rate development in the Mission

Although the residents of the City and County of San Francisco voted down (57% to 43%) an initiative that would halt construction of market-rate housing in the Mission District for 18 months, the Planning Commission just approved new controls to slow development in the Mission.
The interim controls require market-rate projects to seek a conditional use or large project authorization from the Planning Commission if they either eliminate at least one rent-controlled unit, develop more than 25,000 square feet of non-residential property or build more than 25 new homes and have not yet received entitlements or approvals from city planners as of Thursday. Read more here.

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