3846979 - Hearing - Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization - Proposed Project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street - Appeal Ltr 012219

NOTICE TO BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF APPEAL FROM ACTION OF THE CITY PLANNING COMMISSION Notice is hereby given of an appeal to the Board of Supervisors from the following action of the City Planning Commission. Thepropertyislocatedat 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 R~ss St December 20, 2018 Date of City Planning Commission Action
(Attach a Copy of Planning Commission's Decision)
January 22, 2019 Appeal Filing Date ___ The Planning Commission disapproved in whole or in part an application for reclassification of property, Case No. ___________ _ ___ The Planning Commission disapproved in whole or in part an application for establishment, abolition or modification of a set-back line, Case No. ___________ _ _ X __ The Planning Commission approved in whole or in part an application for conditional use authorization, Case No. _20_1_s_-0_04_9_0_5C_U_A ______ _ ___ The Planning Commission disapproved in whole or in part an application for conditional use authorization, Case No. ____________ _ V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process5 August 2011 Statement of Appeal:
a) Set forth the part(s)  of the decision the appeal is taken from:
See attached b) Set forth the reasons in support of your appeal:
See attached Person to Whom Notices Shall Be Mailed Sue Hester Name 0 Market St #1128 Address 5-846-1021 Telephone Number Name and Address of Person Filing Appeal:
Angelica Cabande Name 10 Howard St Address 5-255- 7693 Telephone Number Si~rfatufe ?f k.~~!Jan( or
· Authorized Agent V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process6 August 2011 Conditional Use Appeal -Motion 20361 52-1060 Folsom Street & 190-194 Russ Street
(a) The parts of the decision the appeal is taken from:
All aspects of the proposed project, in particular the building mass which casts shadows on Victoria Manalo Draves Park. This project is located in the SoMa Youth and Family Special Use District and ignores the standards for new projects replacing existing housing in that SUD.
(b) The reasons in support of this appeal:
Construction of the proposed 64'6" 7-story Project is subject to the provisions of Proposition K, which severely restricts new shadows being cast. The Planning Commission did not follow San Francisco Law provisions governing shadows. The Planning Commission was not provided in their packet or at the Commission hearing with the complete shadow study and had no basis on which to adopt Motion 20362 Shadow findings.  There was no separate presentation to the Planning Commission of shadows proposed to be cast. The Commission was deprived of the ability to view required evidence and make findings on the shadow impacts of the Project BEFORE considering the project itself. This violated the requirements of Proposition K which required PRIOR analysis of the shadow impacts before considering approval of the Project. The Planning Commission's adoption of the Conditional Use, and other approvals, violated the requirements of Proposition K. The staff report and draft Motion 20362 -submitted to Planning Commission 12/13/18 -erroneously presented as FACT that the General Manager of Recreation and Park in consultation with the Recreation and Park Commission had found that new shadows cast by the project would not be adverse to Victoria Manalo Draves Park. As of 12/13/18 neither the General Manager nor the Rec Park Commission had made a decision. There was no qualitative evaluation of the impacts of shadows cast, the impacts on the mostly low-income users of the park. Such an evaluation had been performed by the Recreation and Park Commission on 1/15/15 when this owner proposed development of a SMALLER project on a portion of the site at 190 Russ Street. The shadows cast by the 190 Russ project were smaller than those cast by the current project.  The RecPark Commission unanimously found the shadow impacts to be significant based on their impacts on low-income users of the Park who have extremely limited access to open space.  They have no rear yards on their lots and depend on public open space for sun. There is no discussion of the 2015 Rec Park Commission unanimous action. Much of the Planning Commission discussion focused on housing added by the project -while demolishing housing in existing buildings -and ignored the low-income community surrounding the Park. District 6 shoulders a disproportionate burden of development and population growth in the City while having only 2 full-size parks.  Victoria Manalo Draves Park is widely used by seniors, families, and youth. The shadows which will be cast would occur for 8 months of the year on the northeast portion of the park, which includes the Park entry, basketball court, children's play, grassy areas and benches. Commission approval of a Conditional Use specifically incorporates approval of project plans. Commissioner Moore noted at the hearing that the plans presented could not be built because they omitted types of spaces in the design that are required by various building codes. Because they were not drafted by an architect responsible to be aware of all such requirements, the plans would have to be redrafted before permit issuance. The MASS of the project is therefore uncertain -but the mass of the Project is what determines the shadow impacts of the project.  The Planning Commission required plans which had massing and correct configuration of housing units so they could properly evaluate both shadow impacts and the merits of a conditional use. Presentation to Planning Commission of correct massing is also required as basis for Large Project Authorization and Variance for approval of the project.  The lack of approvable plans brings those actions into question. The Project fails to meet Sec 303 criteria for a Conditional Use in that it is detrimental to the general welfare of persons residing in the vicinity, including but not limited to their use of the Park. Late afternoon sun is critical to use of park by lower income residents. It should be noted that Planning Department planner on this case left the Department on December 21, 18, the day after December 20, 2018 Planning Commission action. Appellants counsel requested production of documents on December 20 and December 21. The final actions, files and documents on this Project have been extraordinarily difficult for the public to access. Some appear to have just disappeared.
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10 Howard Street I SF, CA 94103 I phone (415) 255-7693 I www.somcan.org December 11, 2018 San Francisco Planning Commission City Hall, 1 Dr.  Carlton B. Goodlett Place Re: 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Dear Commissioners, We are writing to express concerns about the shadow impacts of the proposed 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Project on Victoria Manalo Draves Park (VMD). The proposed 52-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Project is a 64'6" tall seven-story residential building containing units (consisting of studio, one, and two bedroom units) and ground floor retail. District
, particularly the SoMa, shoulders a disproportionate burden of development and population growth in San Francisco.  However, the south of Market continues to have the least amount of parks and open space per capita, with only two (2) full-size parks: South Park and VMD. South Park was built in 1885 and after one hundred and fifty-one  (151) years, finally in 06 another full-size park was built and named after the Filipina-American South of Market native, and Olympic Gold Medalist, Victoria Manalo Draves. VMD is an active park and is widely used by SoMa residents, students, and workers.  The park serves the youth, adults, and seniors of the community with amenities available year-round, including a basketball court, community garden, children play areas, picnic area, open grassy areas, and benches.  The park is utilized by the students of the nearby Bessie Carmichael School, and provides a venue for numerous community events and is favorite lunch hangout to many SoMa workers.  Both the park and the project are also located within the Youth and Family Special Use District which was established in 2009 to protect and enhance the health and environment of youth and families in the South of Market. Before you is the proposed 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Project that will cast new shadows on VMD.  The Quantitative Summary of Shadow Findings further explains that there is a
+0.38% annual increase in shade on the park that would occur for eight

(8) months out of the year, affecting the northeastern portion of the park, which includes the Park entry, the basketball court, children's play area, grassy areas, and benches. This, however, is not the first time this project has been before you. In January 2015, this same developer proposed a similar project though smaller in scale. At that time, the developer proposed a six-story residential project that would have caused a
+0.07% increase in shadows on VMD.  The Recreation and Park Commission and the Planning Commission recognized in 2015 the importance of protecting VMD and the significance of approving this project as a standard for future projects, and voted to reject the project.  What is before you now is a larger project, with a much larger shadow impact. We would like to urge all of you to partner with us in protecting and preserving our very limited open spaces in the South of Market that serve a diverse population of residents, workers, children, youth, families, and seniors.  With additional projects in the pipeline that are estimated to cast new shadows on VMD, in addition to the impact of 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St, there will be a cumulative adverse impact to one of only two full-parks that serves the densely populated area in the South of Market.  Approval of this project will set further detrimental precedents for future projects that will totally and completely disregard the value of public open space to the most underserved residents who actively use the park. With that, we strongly urge you to vote NO on the 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St Project.  Furthermore, we urge the Recreation and Park Commission and the Planning Commission to re-examine and update the allowable shadow budget for parks in the South of Market to be consistent with other high density neighborhoods with very little open space that have
% shadow tolerances.  As the South of Market continues to see rapid rates of new development, evident in efforts such as the Central SoMa Plan, it is crucial that existing open spaces are preserved and protected. Sincerely, Angelica Cabande Organizational Director South of Market Community Action Network (SOMCAN) . ©@(\!]~[Ju @i ~@~@~ @Q)ffiiU[Jffi)(llJffi)~~ ~@~~@!ID 00@~~
10 Howard Street I Sf, CA 94103 I phone (415) 255-7693 I www.somcan.org January 22, 2019 As the Organizational Director of the South of Market Community Action Network, I hereby authorize attorney Sue Hestor to make any necessary filings and take further action in the appeal of the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street & 190-194 Russ Street. Sincerely, Angelica Cabande Organizational Director, South of Market Community Action Network Pursuant to Planning Code Section 308.1 (b), the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors believe that there is sufficient public interest and concern to warrant an appeal of the Planning Commission on Case No.
.1?1 b ·-OO'{lD,<;;"t.vft, a conditional use authorization regarding (address) 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St ________________ , District~. The undersigned members respectfully request the Clerk of the Board to calendar this item at the soonest possible date. SIGNATURE DATE
(Attach copy of Planning Commission's Decision)
V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process8 August 2011 Pursuant to Planning Code Section 308.1 (b), the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors beli.eve that there is sufficient public interest and concern to warrant an appeal of the Planning Commission on Case No.
..olb-oO'/l)OS-cvA a conditional use authorization regarding (address) 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St _________________ , District~. The undersigned members respectfully request the Clerk of the Board to calendar this item at the soonest possible date. SIGNATURE DATE
(Attach copy of Planning Commission's Decision}
V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process8 August 2011 Pursuant to Planning Code Section 308.1 (b), the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors pelieve that there is sufficient public interest and concern to warrant an appeal of the Planning Commission on Case No. lb~ oo '/Cf OS-CUit, a conditional use authorization regarding (address) 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190-194 Russ St ________________ , District~. The undersigned members respectfully request the Clerk of the Board to calendar this item at the soonest possible date. SIGNATURE DATE
(Attach copy of Planning Commission's Decision}
V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process8 August 2011 Pursuant to Planning Code Section 308.1 (b), the undersigned members of the Board of Supervisors believe that there is sufficient public interest and concern to warrant an appeal of the Planning Commission on Case No.
"2016 ·-Oc)l/'jurcvA a conditional use authorization regarding (address) 1052-1060 Folsom St & 190·194 Russ St _________________ ,, District~-The undersigned members respectfully request the Clerk of the Board to calendar this item at the soonest possible date. DATE
(Attach copy of Planning Commission's Decision}
V:\Clerk's Office\Appeals lnformation\Condition Use Appeal Process8 August 2011 SAN FRANCISCO PLANNING DEPARTMENT Planning Commission Motion No. 20 HEARING OATE: DECEMBER 20, 2018 Case.No;:
Project Address:
Zoning;
Block/Lots:
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!052.,1060 folsomStreet & 190-'194Russ Street SoMa NCT (Neighborhood Commercial Transit) ZohingDistrict RED (Residential Endave)·ZoningDistrlct
~X Height and Bulk District SoMa Youth and Family Special Use Oisttkt 31/021, 023 & 0137 Project Sponsor: Paul fantorno Golden Properties LIX:
70 Sutter Street San Francis(Co, CA 94115 Sttiff Contact: Doug Vu"" (415) 575-9120 DougYu@sfgov.org
~5!) Mi$$iOn St. Suite4no · San Francisco, CAS41D$-247il Reception: . .  . . 5.55&.!:137tJ Fax:
5.558.6409 Ptannillu Information:
t5.558.6377 ADOPTlNG FINDINGS RELATING TOA CONPlTIONAL lJSE.AUTHb!llZA~I()N PtTltSUAN'T TO PLANNING ('.ODE SECTIONS 121.1, 121.7, 303 AND 317 FORTHE DEVELOPMENT ()F ALOT GREATER THAN 10,000 SQUARE FEET IN THE SOMA NCT ZONING DISTRICT1 M~RGilR OJI LOTS THAT RESULT IN A StREET FRONTAGE GREATEll THAN SO JlEE'l; IN THE RED DISTRICT, AND THE DEMOLltION OF FOUR EXISTNG {)WELLING UNITS FOR 'J'HE P,ROJECT lNVOtVINGTHE DEMOLITION OF FIVE EXISTING.BUILDING$,MEl{GEROFTHREE LOTS, AND THE .·NEW . CONSTRUCTION OF A SEVEN·ST()RY, 64-FEET AND.  (HNCH TALL, APPROXIMATELY 58,719 SQUARE FEETMIXED·USE 13UILD.1N$CONTA.INING 2,832 SQt,JARE Fl3ET Ott GROUND FLOOR COMMERCIAL RETAIL USE AND 5518$7·. SQ\JARE FEET Of RESIDENTIAL USE FOR 63 DWEtLING UNITS (CONSISTING OF THREE STUDIO; 23 ONE

• BEDROOMIANlJ 37tWO~l3EDROOM)1 6,991 SQUAREFEET OF PR!VA1'EAND CQM¥0N. OPEN SPACE, AND A 3,572 SQUARE FEET. GROUND FLOOR GARAGE WITH ACCESS FROM. A NEW DI~lVEWAY ONRUSS STREET FOR l60FF·STREET AUTOMOllltE J>ARKINGSPJ\CESAND 63 CLASS 1 BICYCLE PARKING SPACES AT105Z·1060 FOLSOl\1 STREET AND 190~ 194 ROSS STREET, L01'S 0211 OZ3 AND 087 IN ASSESSOR'S BLOCK 3731, WITHIN THE SOMA N.cr
(NElGHBORHOOD COMMERClAL TRANSIT) AND R£1) (RESIDENTIAL ENCI,J\VE) ZONU'\)'C DISTRICTS; SOMA YOUTH AND FAMILY SPECIAL USEl)lSTRIC'l", A 65·X IlEfGiff AND BULK DI$TlUCT1 ANO AOOP'i'ING FINDINGS UNDER tfIE CALIFORNIA ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY ACT

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On August 81 2017, Paul Tanforno of Golden Froperties LLC (h,erei.rtafter 1'Ptoject Sponsot")i filed Application No, 2016c00490SCUA (hereinafter 1
' Application'')with the.Plannfog Departltlent{hereinafter
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for Conditfoha.l Vse Atithori:tatfon to demolish five m<}sting buildings that include approximately t0,349 square feeL\sq. ft.)of commercial use <lrid 41656 sq. ft. qf residentiC;lLuse containing wwvv.sfplanning.qrg

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• bedroom units), a combined 6,991 · s~r ft of private and con:unon open space1 and a new 3,572 sq. ft. ground floor garage with access from a new driVeway ort Russ Streetfor 16 off-street auto and 6$ Class l bicyc;le parkhig spaces (hereinafter  ''Projecf') at·1052-l060 Folsot1tS:fre¢fand 190-194 Russ Street, Block 31 and Lots 021,: 02,3 and OSI' (here~naftet f/Project Site';);
The Pfortning i1epartfuent Con1missfort Secretary is the custodian of records; the File· fo{C~se No; 2016-4905CUA at 1650 Mission Street, Suite 400, San Francisco; California. On December 20, 2018, the Planning Commission (hereil1afte+"C~tl1missio11'') conducfod a duly hofked public hea:i:ing at a regularly schedu.led tnt.-eting on Conditional Us~ Authorization Application No. 2016~
4905CUA. The environtnenfal. effects of the Project were det~mfoed

• ·by w~ San Francisco Plttnt1irig Department to have been fully reviewed under the.· Eastern Nei~hborho?ds Area Pll,ln Environmeptal. lmpact Report
(hereinafter "EfR''). The EIR was pl'epared, circulated for publk revie~ and C()mmer1t1 and., at a pul:llk hearing on August 71 2008; by Motion No, 1.76611 certified by the Con1miSs~on as complying with tl"te
.Calif().rrtia J~n~ito~.niep~lQ~aHty Ac~ (Cal'. >P~b .. Res. Code Sectiof! 21 OOO.etse%· (h~teinaftet. ~'CEqA").
'the Commission has reviewed the Final· BIR, which has been available for this· C<:>mrnissfons review a$
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Th¢~~st~rn ¥eishborhoodsBI~ is a Program

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• arr p~oject03pedfif e!f~ts \\'~iph .are peculiar to t~e p~oject or Hssifo, Section15183 spedfier t~at .ex~iniryati0rt .?f environ.tl'ental. ~ffects shall ~.e .. limited .to those eff~tS .that. (a) ~e. peculiar·

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pwJect pr parcelpn yvh1chthe. j.)fOj~ctwoul~ be l~cated1 (b) were not analyzed .

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are pqtentially significant off-'sfte and cumulative impacts which were nqt disc;ussed in th~ underlyirtg EIR, or(d) are previously identified in/he EIR, but which are determined tq have a more severe adverse impact than that discussed in the t:inderlying filR· Section 1S18:3(t:} specifies that iff.¥1 irnpast ~s p9t peculiar to the parcelor to the proposed project;·  then an BIR m~ed not be prepared for that project solely ori the basis ofthatin:i,pact.  ·
OnPecernber1L. 18, theDeparhnenf t;letermine<i.th~tthe ptopose!l upplic<ttiondid nqt reqitire

• further. environmental  :review under Set:tion 15183 of the CEQA Guid¢lin~ and Public Respttrces Coile Section Motion N.9. 203~1 December29~ 201s Recqrd No, 2U1?-tl04$05(;1JA 52~1060 f olsom Street & · 190·1  $4 Rµss Street 083.3. The Project fa consistent. wit~ the ~dopted zoning controls in. the Eastern Neighborhoods Area Plan and was. encompassed within the analysis contai.ned irl theEastern 1'.foighborhoods Final Eilt .since the Easteri1 Neighborhoods Final EIR wasfinalized, there have been no substantial i.;hanges to the Eastern Neighborhoods . Area Plat and no substantial ch:.mges in circumstances that would requir'e major revisions to the Final EIR due to the involvement of new. sig11ificant envit

• onn-iental effects or an increase in the severity of previously identified sigtdficant impacts, and there is no rew informati?nofsubstantial importance that would change the conclusions set forth in the Final EIR. The file for thw project, including the Eastern Neighborhoods Final EIR and the Community Plan Exemption certificate, is available for review at the San Francisc:o Planning Department, lf;50 Missio1.1 Street, Suite 400, San Francisco, California, Planning Department staff prepared a Mitigation Monitoring and Reporting Program (MMRP) setting forth mitigation measures that were identified in the fasternNeighborhoods Plat ElR that are applicable to the project. These mitigation measures are set forth in their entirety in the MMRP attad:ied to the draft Motion as ExhibitC. Ori .·December 20, 2018,. the .commission adopted Motion.  No, 20360, approvihg  . a Large Project Authorization for. the l'roposed Project (Large Projectjrnthodzation A.pplication No, 2016-004905ENX). Findings contained within said motion are incorporated he:rein by this referenc1:1 thereto a$ if fully set forth In this Motion. The Commission has heard and considered the testimony prese11ted to it at the publkhearing apd has further considered written materials and oral testimony presented <m behalf e>f the applicant, Department staff, and. other interested parties;
MOVED1 that the Commission· hereby aµthorizes the. Conditional Use . Authorizatiort as requested in Application No. 2016~00490SCIJA, subject to the conditions contained in "EXHIBIT A" of this motion, based on the following findings:
flNblNGS Having reviewed the materials identified in the preamble above, and. havillg heard alf testin1oriy atid arguments, this ¢ommissfon finds, concludes, arld determines as follows:
. The above recitals are accurate and constitute fin,cHngs of this Commission.
. Proji;:d Description  .. Tue Project includes th¢.demoHtioµ of five existing :building$

• cOI	aini:ng corhmercial uses an(! four dwelllng units ort three lots, merger ofthe lots intoc one parcel, and the construction of. a new seven~st<>ry, 64' -6" tall, .and 58,719 gross sq. ft, mJxed usie bi.dh:ling containing 2,832 sq, ft~ of ground floor cominercial retail use and 55,8$1 sq .. ft. of residential use for (:)3 dwelling (3 studio, 23 one-bedroom and 37 two~bedroom) units, a cornbine<i 6,991 $q. ft; or private and com?nbn open space; and a 3,572 sq. ff. ground floor garage with access frorn a new drivewayon Russ Street for 16 Qff~street auto and 63 Class l }:i.foycle p11rking spaces,
, Site Oescrfptio:n and Present Use~ the Project is located atthe northwest corner of ·Folsom and Russ Streets ort three lots; two parcels h1 the SoMa Neighborhood NC'r (N~ghborhood l\llt>ti9o N()\.20361 .· .. Dt.'teember 20, 201 a ReeQfti .No

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(d.b.a, Oeli l}oarq and FonpuJ C?Vi'bo)'),ang 2 tV\f?~bed.roomflats atthe second fl~~f a 991 sq .. ft. OJ:le"'story cotttrnetcial building fadn~.Rµssstreet1ap~)l .2,158s~. ff., t!J,ree

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pe1·iod d~igrted house atJ:he tear of.the l?tC()f}tafoing two regipe11tiaJflats OVer a garage1 also facing Russ Street Lqt 023 it> locate.d mid-bloc}<, redan~µlar shaped, ~nd lmprpved with ~ 3,840 sq. ft,, two-story ccnnmerdat building fronting Fols<m-1 Street. Lot 087 is T-shaped,Jac~s Russ Street and is developed with a surface parking lot at the front and .a l,81~ sq, ft .. 011e~story commercial building at the real.
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FolsornStreet NCT t)ii.;trict and possesses a devel°:pmenlpattern of groundfloor commereialarid tipper. storyresi<de?:tial. ~.nits, Attiv71.11eigh?or1,p94-seryi1~g an~ pedestrian

• odet1ted Sf?t1~.td·.floor u.ses are re9uireg, m;t<! ·.the dl;ly~J.opll)ent contl'ols J~ thii; NSt. Z()nJng l)istrkt are

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• -income, in"fill housing~ The properties adj1:1cent to the Project Site inducte

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• Extreme Pfzz11)1.ani~stit9Hon<tl nonprofit use (d.1>,a. Mission Hiring Ifall) to the east across Russ StNet; Hve~work imits and a niulthfamily dwelUhg located to the north, a11dVktoriaManoloDraves.Parkto.the.$outh across Folsom Street;
. Fublk Outreach and Cc>mrrtenh!he bepartment·.has xeceiveq{ 9ne .letter. of suppol'tfrom the tenants 0£ ·the existing rental units acknowledging an agreement with the Ptoject Sponsor to provide temporary housingi relocation fuflds and. future tE)placement housing/ and one let~er of opposition fr9m the. south of.Market Community .. Action. Network expressing concern about shadow impacts ml Victoria MilTl,9lo br<rves Park~
On July 17, 20'17~ the Project Sponsor coriducfod the martdator)' pre~appikatiop. neighborhood meeting. $ubseqµently; the ··Project SpoJ')sor has conducted· additioi:r<il. t::(lrnm1.t11ity outreaCh including a pttbHc meeting ·on. October 1(), 4017 that w(;ls att¢nqec;l i by . Soufh of Market
~ommunity.·Action

• Network· {SOMCAN).attd.otherinterested

• ·commtinity.membersal the.West B?y·.Pillpit).o <:;enter ..

• J'he Sponsqrh.<ts subseqµ~ntly mai.ntain~(.f c91I\ll1uni~atiqn r'ith ind_ivid1Jals
·.··of the. iJ')ter~steq c9mm~µity. orga1'tiz9tioni;to ci.iscyss .ci;n:nm~riit)I be11~£its. QgN?v~m~r21, 18, th~ Sponsor responded in writing to spedfic question,sfrom West Bay regarding shadow Mqtfott No. 20~G.1 Oecember Z0,>20113 Record No~ 201~-004905CUA 52>·1Q6(lFolsom Street &190

• 194 Rus!llStreet itnpacts and project affordability and has gone door-tt:i-door tq speak with :merchants attd residents.
, Planning Code Compliance:  The PlanninS Coqe Co111pliance Findings set forth in Motion No. 360; Case No. 20l6·004905ENX  (Large Project Authotizatiol), pursuant to ·Planning Cqde SeGtion 329) apply to this· Motion, and are incorporated herein· as though fully sedorth.
. Conditional Use Findings. Plat1n1ng Code Section 30S. estal,Jlishes criteria for the Planning. Commission to consider when reviewing applkatfons for Conditional. Use approval. On balance, the project does comply with said criteria in that:
A The proposed new uses and building, at the siz:e and intensity contemplated and at the proposed location, will provide a developmentthat is neceasary or desirable, and compatible with1 the neighborhood ot the community. The. Project's proposed size, height and in.tetts!ty are comparable to, and compatible with the surrounding 1feighbo1·hood and community, and it is.designed.to comply with the.East SoMaA.rea Plate Sixtypercent (60%JoftheP:roject Site ts laciited in the SoMaNCTDistrict, a corriclonilortg 6th and Folsom Streets thr1t connects to the Fol!!om Street Net District and possesses a developnient pattern of ground floor commercial and r.tpper sfory residential uJ1its; Active, neighborhood-seroitig and pedestrian·-oriented ground floor. uses are required; and the development control$ in this NCT district are designed to pe1w# modemte-scale buildings and uses, protecting rear yards above the ground Mory mid at residentiallevels. The remaining rear forty percent (40%) of the }'rofect Site (s lo Med in the RED District, which em:ompasses many of the clustm of low

• scale, niedium density, predominantly residential neighborhoods located al.ong the narrow side streets ofthe So1#h of Market arerL Nmiresidential uses are. generally not permitted,· and . undevelopei;f. or inulerdf)veloped properties are viewed as opportunity sitesfor new, 1t1oderate,focome, hFfilthousing. Tlw Project will provide a development that is highly desirable for. the n~ghborhood because it. will fulfill the above. stated goal1;1 by redeveloping an underutilized site with critically needed infill housing and.ground floor· retail uses in an intensely

• de11eloped·urban context served by amplepub[ic

• transit and retail services. Residents ofthe Project will be itbfo to walk;. bike, orfake transit t() commute, shop, and 11wet other needs withoutrelianr;e on private automobile use. The proposed groundfloorretail uses will maintain thefrontage of commercial t~iies al<mg theFQlsomnnd 61 h Street corridors, and new street trees, lmidscat1i11g an4. site furniture along the entireperimeter of the Project will improve the visual character and actjvate the strel)tscape and pedestrian e;nvironment. K The proposed proj~t will not be detrimental to the health, safetyi convenience or general welfare of person.<; residing-0r.  working in the vicitlity. There are no features of the proj~t that could be detrimental to the health, safety or convei:Uence  .of those residing or working the ar¢a, in that:
(1) Nature of proposed site, including its s'l.ze and shaped1hd the p:ropo~ed size; shape and arrartgem.ent ot sttucturesi M()tiori N~, 203t>1 December 2(), 2()18 .. . .  . .  . .  .  . .  . . . .. f1ecorg N(h 2Q16-0.Q490~QU,i ∀ to~2,.,1060 fol$om Street & 1$0~194 RUs$ $tteet T!U!existing development iti the vicinity varies in size a1zd itztensity, and t1ie Project is generally compatible with the diverse character of the area. 'fhe proposed merger of three adjacent lots to aUow the develap(ttenJ of a M1t. 6~in, tall miXed~u!)e building rpill mf1Ximize the number of residential units· and provide a

• dwelling unJtmix that supports several

• General Plan. policies and goqls, The ground jloot will include approximately 2,832 sq. ft·. ojcommercial retm1. space tluit is divided . into thri:f! ·storefronts to be consistim t with the existing scale of groimd jloqr commercitll uses in. the neighborh9od. The building's inner court atthe 1~orth~~t cqnierofthe Project Site is intended<.to minimizelight amfprivacy impacts. to the adjacent residential properties. The building's massing and volumetric proportions were ·considered to. reduce impacts·. to Victoria Manolo Draves Park, and net new shadait111 wilt be minimal by lasting approximately one hour and 36 minutes on the longest day of the year beginning one· hour. before sun~et, The cumulative shadow impact, .including neighboring project$, will not exceed the .1% allowable budget for any shadow increase .qn the Park, Therefore, t'~ Projl!cctwill not be detrirrumtitl to the health, safety, convenience or gene,ral welfare of persons residing or -µ.mking iti the 71fr.rinity; or be injurious to property; improvement orpotenfidldevelopment in the vicinity.
(2) The ?CCe$sibility a¥i fraf£it patterns for. persons  . and vehic)es,< .the type and volume of sucll traffic; and the adequacy of proposed qff~stre~t parking andloading;  ·
The Project is highly accessible .·by public frm1sit, with access ··to ·eleven . MUNI bus lihes ·and six.teen bus stops within a one"qitarter t11ile radius, and the. Civic Center MUNI and BART stations loc~ted less than onechalf J1tik. Folsom Street is a desisnated Class II San Francisco Bikeway Network route, and nineteen additional routes arelocated withinone-half mile of the
['YojecC Folsom Street is also a designated Key Walking Street under the City1s WalkFirst Program. The Project propo$es<sixteili dff-stref!fresidential parkitlg spaces (!ccesst!d through one.12~ft. driveu7ay 011 Russ Street, and at a ratio of on.e $pacefor every four units that will be leased sepanifoly from the apartm.enffl to minimize the itflpacfon ~istfttgi traffic, patterns and the> type and volume of traffic in the: vicinity of the Proj11ct~ ·Also included in the gqrage is cme de11icated car-· share .space· and

• 63 ·Class · l bicyde parking spaces ·.to promote an ·alternative. tran.11portatuni ttiode that is encouraged by th¢. City; Fin4lly, ·the Projecfs loading dernand Will be significantly minfati:zed from the current condifion$ because the e:cisting l0,349 sq, ft

• of commercial space will be reduced ro 2,831 sq.f~'.
(3) The safegllt'lrds afforded to prevent noxious or Offensive emfasions sl.lch as noise;  ghue1 dustand odor;
The Project includes resideittial and commercial uses that are typical of the surrounding c()titext, and will not. introduce operational noises or odcrs that are detrimenta4 excessive, or ahJpfoalfor the area:. While sorne temporary iflcrea8e fn noise; dust and/or odors can be expected during both demolition and: cor1stnu:tit111, appropria.te 1neasute$will be taken to 'lttinimize the gmerati01t of, and impacts from these emissions a5 required by the Building Code. and any other aPf1licable limitations;
Spedfically, the noise is limited iii duration and toillbe regulated vy the San Francisco Noise Ordinance which prohibits excessive hQise levels frorn i;onstruction activity and limits the Mt;1tion No, 29361. Dece.mb~t 20~ 201 S .. ·. . .  . rte.,ordNo. 2dt6·00491J~C{JA 1(}52~10G(l Fobmm Street& 190~1~4 Russ Street permitted hours of work and be $Ubject. to tnitigrition meq,sures set forth in the Eastern Neighborhoods Ellt lhe Project Sponsor will be requirecl to spray the site to suppress dtist during demolition, excavatiqn, and constyuctioii, Th~efore, these activities s1iould not generate significcmt airborne diist, The build.ing will not exhibit an excessive amount of glazing or other reflective mtiterials, and is therefore not e:tpected to cause offensz've amounts of glare.
(4) Treatment given, as appropriat(J, to such aspects as landscapingl Screerting, open spaces, parking and loading areas, service al'~as, lighting and signs;
The Project includes the planting ofne'W street trees and other landscaping along the public right-:­
of-way, and will provide 6,991 sq. ft. of re$ideritiat open space through private decks, a common interior court, and a rooftop top. Offstreet parkingforthe Project will be located in an at"grade garage at the rear of the building on Russ Street that will be accessed through one 12~ft. driveway. The Project. provides more than adequate treatment to landscaping, scteening, open spaces arid parking areas which will contribute to the health, safety, convenimce and general welfare of persons re:liding or working in the vicinity and Will also benefit surrqunding propetf;il!S. C That the use as proposed. will comply w$th. th¢  applicable provisions ofthe Planning Code and will nofadversely affect the General ·Plan/
The Project complies with all relevant requir1nnents and st1:mdards of the Planning Code and is consistent 'With objectives and policies of the ®rieral Plan· 4$ describeti bel()to. D. That the use or feature as proposed will provide development that is in conformi.ty With the stated purpose qf the applkableUsi:i bistl'lct. Aprimary purpose of the SoM.a NCT Di!ftrict is for new development to be moderate in sc4le, neighborhbod~setoing, pedestriatH:wiented at the ground floor With residential levels above, and the purpose for new developmertt ifl the RED District is in-fill housing.· The Pmject complies with these goals b!/ providfng a neW mixed~use building containing groi:ind floor commercial retail spt!Ge t1nd ne'W housing at the upPer floors that har.ie a diverse rmit mix and is compatible with the scale and density. cummtly e;r.istingin the area,
. Planning Code Se~tion 121,1 . outlines additional criteria for the . Planning Commission to consider in the review of applications for l)evelopment of Large Lots in t1te So Ma NCT Zoning District:
t The rnass and facade of the propose(! structure are compatible with.  the existing. scale (}f the district The Project fs lacated

• at the. corner of a blbck with· .. 60%. of th<r development locafad . a. neighborhood commercial zoning district aud 40% located hi a residential endave, with bath neighborhoods having a height limit of 65 feet. This proposed building's massing tmd scale are respgnsip1.r. to these stte conditio11s by setting hack the reatmast str't{ctura.l bay at. the sixth and seventh floors to be compatible with the adjacent building scalein the residential enclave. The building is all>(} set back between 5 artti IVlotiS~ N<>; 2oa61 ...... . December 20, 2018 Re~ord No, 2016·00~90$(jt)A 1osz~10$0 Folsom Street & 190~194 RU$$ street
.15 feet at the t0p1nli~tJ6ott6teditce itsbulk andposiless i(srale t,flat iil compatible un'.th the bfockfdce in this1ieighborhood commetci(ll di.<1trict. The architecturaJdesign inc!Udes a distinct base, middle and top t1iah1lso complements the reighbol'ing bilildingiand incwp:orates the use of bays and varied facade

• plmtcs ·.to

• m°'qufate the m(lssi1ig of .tfie ~uildin$;. 'Th~ exterio~ materials that . reinforce this hierarchy include smooth stiicco1 porcelain tiles and e:xtimsive glazing at the base; fiber cement; smooth steel qnd phenolic. r~sin panels i1Jith horizontal. shlccq. bands

• mi# ccmtrasting smooth stucco at the bays at the bttil#ing's shaft,· and .cort~:s11tedstee.l pa11ds. at .tlie tap. Throughout thebuilding, .. the windmo sashes will be compos1.1d of aluminum to b!!. compatible with the alumimtrn storefront systems

• Although two lots (37311021 and 023) with a combined area of 7,000 sq. ft'. are located in the SoMa NCT District;
the Project includes the merger of three parcels mid the carts fructiort of a fiew ·mixed-use· building on a single 11,500 sq, ft. lot, thus fanning one development fotjor the Project. The Sponsor requests a ConditionuJ Use Authorization pursuant t0 Planning Code Section 121;1~
z, The facade of. the pro1,osed struc~re hr coil\f aHble with desigl)  features of adjacent·· facades. that cont:fH.luh~ to the positive visual quality of the district. The. Project'sfaqade includesgroilnd.floor.comm.erdaifrbntage on Folsom Street thatfs setback 3feef to accommodate planters and wi#en the sid;J(Valk i11 fty11t of the. brHldtng. to be compatible with the surroimding ground ffoor ~cti'°e uses on folsom.Sfreet;11ie three groundj1oor dwelling itt#tw 011 Bus$
Stre~t contai11 elevat?d

• ~tries withporche$. that ~a.ve an area ojmore .than 40

• sq. ft, (~ach; a 101t. 2-irt. wide residential. lob&!f foca.ted be,tween. tre corn.~r camrnerdal storefrQnt. mid ground floor dwr.lling units, and a 10ift. wide gara$e door to thi; grcnmd ftoor parking garage located> at the rear of tlte buildins .. to· be compafible tvfththe ad/cr;e11t jacades and re$idential sc~le. of Russ Street. The Sponsor requests a Conditional Use Autliorizationpursuq.nt .to Plan1tiii8 Cope Section 121.J,
; Plat1!ling Co<fe ?ection121.7 'tht? Planning Commissio~ mat af)pt?ve ~tnerger!'esultit\girt. a Jol frj)mage<of larger  .than 50-ftin the RED Zoning District when one.or more. of the folJoWing findings can: affirmativelybe mack · . ·· ·· · ·  ·
. "fhe J9t in.~tgef wnl e~able cl $pedfic r~si.d(Jntial pl'oject that provi<l,es housing on;.site at affordability levels significantly exceeding the requi.rements of Section ilS·
The Project's< 65. totaldipellingu1iits ittcl1J~efou1·. rq:ilacetnent rent-controll~d u~its,.17net .new ~nits lo.c1ttec~ii the REr ZoningOistrfr:t.th(lt requireJ7.6%.ofthe units tobeaffontqble (or3 1mitil)~amH2 net new miits located in the SoMa NCT Zonirlgl)istrict that require 25% of the unit;r to be affordabl¢
(Or 11 units), Exchtding thefour rent-controUF:d two-bedroom units; the 59 net new units contain ti
~ti:i:. of 3.studio,23 one-bedroo11t, an~ ~3 .. fll'o-bedroom ~nits,·. and.the mix ofaffo~dable units iiicludJ!. 6 one-bedroom and 8 two

• bedroom · units. The. Project Sponsor has qlso agreed, to provide one more affordable:. unit: fo additio11 to the reqitired 14 units, the Sponsor -requests a C<:1itditionat Use Authorizationpµr,suantto Planning Code Section 12,1.7;
, The 1ot<merget wfllf<ttilitate devel6~nie.nfof~nurtderutflized sitehistorkall)' u$ed a$ a single use and the new project is comprised of multiple individualhuHdings MotiQn .No,20:361 December ~Q. 2018 Rec~rdN(;l~ 2.016-M49Q$<;fl)A 1$2-106() Fol$ot'tl Street & 19{1"194. Ru~s Stre~t ·
The Project cities not ptopo:se multiple individual. buildings; 'but the new development includes cov·ur1ercial retail uses and high densihj residential uses that will replace the p:istlng uriderutiliZed bititdings;
. The lot tnetger serves a unique pu~lic interest that. cannot be met by building a pl'oject 01.1 a smallerlot. The r1ropo1>ed lot merget would permit the construction of one building cottfaf;ning63 dwdlin$ units that would. efficiently use land are"'1 through. shari:d common features such as · entrances, interior hallways· and circulation,. open space, and a parking. garage. Alternatively, development of. the three subject lots individually with separate buildings would require separate systems for each structure and yield significantly less dwelling units. 11te nterger of these lots to m,.aximize the developmm~t ofnew dwelling units seroes a public i1tterest that cannot bf! r1chieved by building smaller separate projects on individIJal lots, tvnich complies with PlamiWg .Code Section 121:7(4)(3); The Sponsor requests a Conditional Use Authorization pwsuant to Planning Cade Section 121.7
.0. Planning Code Sectfo:n 317 outlines additional criteria for the Plartni1"1g Cortm1ission Jo <::onskfor in the review of applications for l{esiderttial Demolition:
A. Whether the property is free of a history of serious, conti!\µing <:'.'.ode Violations;
The properties had two Plimning Department enfo.rce1nent cas(!s from 2014 (Case No. 12947 and 538) that were related to the commercial i1ses; which have been abated. Currently, the properties do not haver any forther viofotfons·or Cadeviolatl01ts.
, Whether the housing has been maintained in a decent, safe, and sanitary tond.ition;
T1ie propertie$ have no hi,.;to:ry of complaints related to the housing on site;. The existing housing units have bee11 maintained ht a decent, saf<J and sanitary condition. c. Whether the property iS. an ''historical resource" under CEQ.A;
The exfating buildings iire not historical. resoitfc~s under CEQA, purSuiiftf to Case No; 2016~
49b5ENV. D. Whether the removal of the  .resource will have a substantial adverse impact under CEQA;
The existing buildings are not historical resom·ces 4nder CEQA1 pursuant to Case No. 2016-4905ENV E. Whether the P.t'oject converts rental housihg to other forms of tenure or occupancy;
'fhe Project will not convert rental housing, but l'qll1wef9ur existing rental t~n#s irFkind. n~ P:rojecf Sponsor wiU en.ter into an agreentent with the City W emmre thefaitrrenta{hous.ing units will remaht subject to the City'~~RenfStabilizatkm midArbitratiq110rdinance. M~tltm No.2o361 o~<:emb~f 20. :fo1s ·
Record.No, tQ1e-Oo-1~Q$CQ.(
52-"1060 FolsQm Street& 190 .. 194 Ru$$ Street F. w.B~ther the. Prdject rerrtoves r~ntal units subjed t6 the . R.ertt Stabilization artd Arbitration Ordin(ince ot affordable housing;
The project sifo Juwfour· ex#tit1g .tu10-bedrodtrl rent.·coMrolied unitb~ ~ihidt are proposed for demolition. 'I'he Project Sponsor uiill provide. the i;urrent

• tenants with temporary rel()tation · assi.~tance1 includiHS paynumt of th

• e diff.eren5e behveen lh~ir curr~nt rent. mi1 th7 new rent w1Hl Hur replacement units are available for occupancy, or unW they ~Ject to abandon. their right ofJirM .'·iifusal. ·. Thesefo1tr replacement u.nits will remain subje~t to t'ie .Residenfial Rent Stabilization and Arbitration Ordinance, and the Project Sponso1· will enter into rm agreement to ensure the future condominiu111 parcel w#h the fow tent contro1k:d units will rentain sul1ject fo ·the City's Rent Stabilization and Arbitratiou Orcfinance. G. Whether the Project cottserv~!l existirig housin~ to pre~erve cultt1ral and economic neighborh()od. diversity;
the Project doe$·. not conserve .. exi$ting . h.ousif!~,·· .. s[nce .. tlle/ouh exisiing· 1fouSii1g

• ··units will. be demolished. However, the Project will yield an increasein the quantity of hoitsing tui.th 59 net ne:w dwelling Uiiits .· thaf Will /Jr~ser1Je tmd f)OSitively r;ontribute t\! J~e r;Ulttltrtl tn1d . eco1wn1.iC di'oetsity within the neighborho(nt; ·  .  ·
H.. Whether .. t~e .. · Project conserves· heighbqrhood iZharacter Jo ... pre$etve nei8hborh6od·. cultural and economicdiyersity;  · · ·
'I~e P:rofect iqill provide a new byil!Jing .. that is cor11patibfo tvith reg4rd to !~aterials; massin$, valunie, gl4zhtg<patterns, ·and roofliHi!. with the b1Jilili1Ws hr the ntdghborhood to conserve the neighborlwod clutnic;ter, and ht.clu4e a r1arie4 duielling unit 111ix.rµ1d on,site 1iffordable .units tQ presetve neighborhood cultural and economic diversity. I, Whether the J.'rojed protects the relative arfotdabilityofexistihg hou$1f1g;
The Prqject wl1l.preserve Hie ·existfrigfow~incomelum11ingby replt1cing thefour units o.n site and executing a CostaHawkins Exception ngr~ment V)ifft the.City, J. Whether the· Prqje<:t increases the number <:if permartehtly affordable ttriits as gqvernect by Section415/
Tfie · Pt(Jj!!ct uiill

• provide 15 nezv tmd

• p¢rntti;netttl!f affordable urdt$ tlwt will hi!· available· to Jotq;
moderate, i:md middkincome household$ pursuaiitto Planning CodeSection 4:15;
K. Whethe.rtheJ>rojeet locatesfo.fiU housing ofrapptopriate sites. in established·  neighborhoods;
The .. Pfoject Will replace. a mixcd"U$ebtiildlngco.ntaii1ingfoutexistingdu1elling uttits·

• in an established. South a/Market r1eighborftodd with a new building that wm i;ontain ()3 duudling units on a 1>ite that has been targ#(!d forin~fill 'fu>using in theREO and SoMk NCT Zoning Oistrtds. IVlptl(>r1f:Jo, 20:361 OeC~tnber 20c; 201 $
R~eoru No'. 2Q19.0049ospy~ 1os2~1<>60t=<;>lsomStreet & 19(l;,;194 ~U$$Stre~t i~. Whether the Projectincreases thenurnber offatl1ily-sized units ort site;
·The Project will inctease the. number of family-sized units from four to 37, thus. approxhnately 33 net tteu) family-sized dwelling units. M. Whether the Project cre<ites new supportive housing;
The Project does. not create new supportive housing;
N. Whether the Project is of superb atchitecturaland urbart design, meeting all relevantdesign guidelines, to enhance existing neighborhood character;
The Project complies with the !Jrban [)esigri Guidelines. The buildiitg's. distinct architectural style with its varyingfa~adeplanes, exterior materials, upperfloorMtbacks .. and street level landscaping will provide an . attractive setting to. the pedestrian experience. The urban. corttext of the Project include11 commercial and mixed~use buildi't18f; ranging in scale from small to large that . are diverse in architectural style and exterior materials.· Vie desig1rof the proposed buil1#ttg, is cqnternporary in its architectural . expression with .. a distinct base; middle anit top that cornplemfmts tht .· neighboring buildings with· the use of bays and variedfacade planes to. modulate the massing of the building and provide visual interest Ta reflecU1te scale of older industrial buildings in the area and to differentiate the cammercial natwe pf Folsom Street.from the more rt:sidential charact~ of Russ Street, the height of the base afong .Fol$om. Street is designed with transparent 11torefronts tftat ha'Qe a 20-ft, floor to ceiling height.and.provides .a transition to therecessedlandscapedentravcesto. the<grmmdfloor residential lobby and residential ims cm RMS Str~et. The RussS tre(!tjd{ade is divided int() 25-. to 30:ft. segments with varying e~terior cladding ta

• reflect the width of the existing 1iuilding$ .on Russ Street, and td reduce the horizontaUty of the building. A portion of the sixth floor is set back froni Russ Street and the etitire set1enth floor is set bru:k from both Folso1t1. and Russ Streets to reduce the visual height and to tniriimi:ze the shadow on Victoria Manalo fJraves Park
. Whether the Project increasesthe number of on-site dwelling units;
The Project will increase the number of oncsite dwelling fr01n 4 to 63 xmit13, thus resul#ng in 11 net neti)
,9units. P. Whether the Project inc:reases the number ofon-sitebedrooms; a.nd ie Project will increase the 1iuinber of on,·site bedr061ns from 8 to 100, thU$ iein:i,ltfng ht a .net increase of 92 bedrooms. Q, Whether ot not the repl::lcep:lent project would maxfrnize density On the subje<;t lot.
'T1te Project will maxiniize the bt~ilding envelope and density on theproject sik Mc)ti~n; ~p; 20361 Oeoember 20, 201 $ Reco1'4 NQ

• . 2016·0049Q5C\.JA 1052-1Q60 folsom Street & 1so.1g4 R.U$S Sfr(:}et
. General Plan Co:mpliart1ee

• The G~neral Plan Ccnnplfo11ce Findings set forth in Ml1tion No<
360, ·. Case No. 2016·?.049Q5ENX (L~ge Project. Autho)ization,

• . putsu<t11t to Pla~nirig>. Code Section 9) apply to this Mption, and <'li:e incorporated hetein as though fully set forth,
,. ·Planning.  Code Section 101.t(b) estapHs~es eight ~riority~ela11~in~polkies ~rld ~~quires teview of permits for consistency with said p<)Hdes. On balance, the project does cqmply with said policies in that:
A. That existing neighborhood~serving retail uses be preserved. and enhani:ed and futvre opportunities for resident employment in and ownership of such businesses be enhanced. The Proje,ct wouldreplacefive existing commercial arid residential buildings with one new mixed~use bIJildin8 that would co~tajn 2,832 sq'.. ft:/(commerdal spa~e divided into three µnits that would provjde apportunitiesJor. neighborhood-servin$ retail

• .1JSes .. anr:i.rcsidential. empfoyment. The Project Iooul4: also. add n¢ti) residents tp. the neiS(hborhMd that may patronize these a1td .other businesses, resulting hi a rtet benefit for the East .SoMa Neighborhood. .
~. That. ~xistirtg housiryg and neighborhood characte~ bf conserved al)d protected. in order to pteserve the cultu.:r11l a11d .e~onomicdiv~rsity ofour neighborhOods:
The

• Project's proposed . size, !wight and lnte11sity are .. compar~ble to; ·.mid ·compatible with· the surreunding neighb?rhood, and·.t~ design.ea t6 comply with .the. 6ast SoMa Area Flan. The·new developm~nt ... u>illf:e compal:iblewith .reg~rd .tf .~1ateyials, mqssipg, <mlume, .. *lazing patterns,. mid

• roofline with the. build hi gs . in the .neighb9thoo4 tocQnserve the mdghbo.rhoocl c.haracter,. and include. a varied dt(JeUing unit m~~ q11cl. on,site aff9tdtibl& units topti!Serz1e neighborho:od cult1Jriif and economic tlivei;sity. ·  ·  · ·  · ·
C. That the City's supply ofatfordabl~ h0usingb¢ pre~erved and>enhanc~d;
'he ·Project will· not displace · a~y · e;dstitig aJford4bl~ lt~usi~g. None o/the. existitigfour units m·e. def!iS.nated

• . as part bf the pity) .. affordable . housing. pro,~rarfk The Project

• wiU replace· fmtr renF controlled µnit$ and will c01nply with the City's Inclusionary Hom1ing Program by providing an additional fifteen units of permanently affol'dable housing, induding one voluntary BMR unit. D. 1bat commuter tr!l.{fo:: riot impede MlJN(trahsif setvice or oveti>tirden ollr streets or neighbothl1od

• ·.patking;
The Project is adjacent to a majOr arterial iri I! transit-oriented aretith11.t is served by dlevert M.llNfbus line,s mi1c~11taitts· si~tee.n MUNJstops roithin aone·m~~t~r 1nile rrlq~·us. Sixteen. ofFst~eet residmtial parking spaces acce.1sed through one 12~ft; driveway on Russ Street, a.ta ratiO of one· space for every four units rvill ~ini!1tize the impact on existi1tr trq(fic ~attenis and the t!Jtie and. ·oo1ume of traffic in the vichiity of the P1l1ject . .AJso includqd are otie dedic:ated car-slmre space and 63 dass 1 bicycle parking spaces to promote alternativetransportation modes. These. project elcntents were included to not impede MUNiti-mrsit se1"Qice.and overburden ou.rstreets or neighborhood. parking. MoUori No. 20~~t Oeqember 20+ 201 S Reeord No, Z016-0Q4905(;UA. 524060 folsom Street & 19tM94 R4S$ Str~~t E; That a diverse economic base be maintained by protecting out industrial and service sectors from displacement due to commercial office development, and that future opportunities for resident employment and ownership in these sectors be enhanced

• The Project does not tndude atty commercial offici! develbpme11f, and will not displace miy existing industrial and seroice sector businesses;
F. 'fhatthe City achieve the greatest possible preparedness to protect agaitl$t injury and loss of life in an earthquake, The Project is designed and will be constnlcted to conform to the structural and seismic siifety requirements of the City 13uilding Code to not impact the property's ability to withstand>an earthquake, G. That landn1arks and historic buildings be preserve&
Th~'1'e are no landmarks on the site, but the Project htJS been sen$itively designe.d with building mi:wsing, scale, and contemporary architectural expression to be compatible with the sttrrotmdittg context, H. That ot1r parks ahd open space and their access to sunlight arid vistas he proteded from developn1ent. The net n<:W shadow cast by the Project wouldnot be ad'l)erse and knot expected in intr:tferewith the use of Victoria Manalo ·Draves Park, as detennined by a shad(JW analysis under Case Na; 2016"'
4905SHD,
. First Source Hiring; The Projectis subject to the requirements of the First Source Hiring ljrogram
('.\$ they apply to pel.'mits for residential development (Sectic:m 83.4(m) ofthe Administrative Code), and. the Project Sponsor shall comply with the. requirements of this · Progr<Im as . to all construction work and on~going employmimt required for the Project. Prior tothe issuance of any buildiitg permit to. construct or a. Ffrst Addendum to the Site Pel'Il1it, ·the Pr<.>ject Spons(>r shall have a First Sou.ri;:e Hiring Construction and Employment Prograw approved by the First Source
:Hiring Administrator, 1:1nd evidenced in writing. In the event that both the Director of Planning and the First Source Hiring Administrafor agree; the approval of the Enip1oymertt Program may be dglayed as needed. The Project· Sponsor submitted a First Source Hiri1tg Affidavit and prior to issuance Pf ti buildinz permit will execute a First.Source Hiring Memorandtmi ofUnderstandingand afin;t.SourceHiring Agtecriu'.n,t with the City's FirstSource Hiring Administration,
. The Projectis consistent :With and would promote the general and specific purposes of the Code provided under Section 1 Ol.1(b) jn that, as <;lesigned, the Project wouldconttibute tp the character a:nd stability of the neighborhood and would constitut~ a. beneficial develppment.
"'2 ..... Motio~ N~. ~0~$1 December 201 201 e Recorct No. 201~~00491.}scu,A.
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• 10$0 ~olsom $treet & 190

• 194 Russ Street
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; 1he ('.oimnissfon hetepy finds. that approval of tl1¢ Condition.~1 · Us~.· AtithBHzadon wot1kt
· promote the health, safety and welfa,re of the City.  .
$AN fRANCISOO ·.. . t*WINNINQ·Dli!P~Ntl!il\IT 14 Motlo.n NQ, · 20361 December 20,~01?
ReeQtd No;. io1$-t)04905GUA 52~1060 Fohfom Street& 190~19.4.Ru~t'I $Jtreet DECISION
'fhat based upon the Record, the submissions by the Applicant, the staff of the Department .and other irttetested·parties1 the oral testimony presented tothi.$ Comtnission at the public he~rings, .and all ot~er written materials submitted by ;ill parties, the Cc;mmission hereby APPROVES, CgAdith:>I\al pse Application No~ 2016-004906CDA subject to the followl11g conditioris atti:tdied hereto as"EXHIBIT A" in general conformance with plans on file; dated December 10, ~018, and stamped "BXBUUT )311, whkh is incorporated herein by refere11ce as though fully set forth. The Planning Commission hereby adopts the MMRP attach~ heretc> as Exhibit C arid incorporated. herein as part of this Motion by this reference.thereto. All required mitigationrneasures identified in the Eastern Neighborhoods BIR and contained in the MM.RP are included as conditions of approval. APPEAL AND El1FECTIVE DATE OF MOTION: Any aggrfoved person may appeal this Conditiortal Use A.uthoi·1zation to the Board of Supervisors ~thln thirty (30) d;!ys after the date ofthis fyfotlon.. l'he effective date ofthis Motion shall be the date of this MotionUnot appealed (aftetthe 30-daypetiod has expired) OR the date of the decision of the Board of Supervisors if app¢aled to· the Board of Supervisors. For further infonnation, please corttact the Board of Supervisors at ( 415) 554-5184, City Hall, Room 244, l Dr. Carlton B. CoodlettPlace, San Francisco; CA 94102~
Protest of Fee or Exaction:  You may protest any fee or exaction subje¢ to Government Code Section
~6000 that is imposecf as a condition of approval by. following the procedures.  set forth in Goverrunent Code Section 020. The protest nxµst satisfy the reqµirements of Government Code Section 6602Q(a) and must be filed within 90 days of the date of the ffrst approval or conditional<approval of the development referendng the challenged fee or exaction.  For purposes of Government Code Section 66020, the dafo of imposition of the fee shall be the date of the earliest discretionary approval by the Cjty of the subject development If the City has not previously given Notice of an earlier discretionary a~pr{)va.l of the project; the Planning Commission's adoption of this Motion, Resolution, Discretiot:tary ReviewAction or th.e Zoning Administrato1·'s Variance Decision Letter constitutes the. approval or conditional approval of the developmentandthe Cityheteby gives NOTICE that the 90·day protest period under Govt>..rrnnentCode Section 66020 hll.s begun. H the City. has already given Notice that the 90·day approval period has. begun for the subject development; the,11 this documentdoesnot re,.comme.n<:<e the 90·dayapproval period. Mrittori ~ci, 203$.1 · ...... . DecE1mber 20, 2018 Re.cQrdNo, 201&-004~o5qu~·
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• 1060 Fol$Qnt Street ltt·· 190·1 S4 Ru~s Streett I hereby certify that the Plannirig Cornti1issfonAOQP1'EO' the foregoing Motion on December ~W, 2018;
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Commissi6~ Secretary·
AYES: Fong, Hillis1Johnson, Koppel NAYS: Melgar, Moore, Richards ASSENT:
ADOPTED:
Motion NQ. :t0361 Dl'i!(J~tl\ber ~01 ~(l1 a AUTHORIZATION R~t'ord No.~01 ~~004905CUA 1>2~10$0 Folsom Stref)t & 19U

• 194 RU$S Stre&t EXHIBIT A This authori~tion is fot: a Conditional Use to demolish five existing building:; that inducle approximat~y
,349 square feet (sq. ft.) ofcommetdal use and :4,656 sq. ft. ofresidential use containing four dwellings, merge three the lots into once parcel, and construct a new seven~story, 64~ft. 6-in. tall, and 58,719 gross sq, ft. mixed use buildii1g··containing 2,832 .sq'. ft. of ground £loor.·commerdal retail use and.55,887 sq. ft. of re1>idential use for 63 dwelling units (induding three studio; 23 one-bedroom and 37 two-bedroom \!nits), a combined 6,991 sq. ft. of private and conurion open space, and a new 3,572 sq. ft. ground floor garage with access from a 'new driveway on Russ Street for 16 off-street auto and 63 Oass l bicycle parking spaces, pursuant to Planning Code Sections 121.21 121.'.7, 303 and 317, located at Lots 021; 023 & 087 ht Parcel 37311 within the RED (Residential En.clave) and SoMa NCT (Neighborhood Commercial Transit)
Zoning Distrkts, SoMa. Youthand Family SUD (Spedal Use District)~ and a65-X Heightand BulkOistrkt, in general conformance with plans, dated December 101·2018, and stamped "BXffiBIT B" b:\cludedin the docket for Case No. 2016~004905CUA ,and subject to conditions of approval reviewed and approved by the Cotn.mission ·on December 20; 2018 under Moth,m No, 20361. This authorization and· the conditions contained herein ninwith the property and not with a particular P:toject Sponsor; business, or operator. RECORDATION OF CONOITIONS OF APPROVAL Prior to the issuance of the buildirig permit or commencement of use for the Project the Zoning Adrninistrat()r shall approve ahdorder therecordation ofaNotice itrthe Official Records. of the Rece>tder of the City and County of Sanfrandsco for the subject ptopetty. 'thisNotice shal.l state that the projedis subject to. the conditions. of approval contained hereilt artd reviewed and approved by the Planning Commission on Decernbt'lr 20, 2018 under Motion No. 20361. PRINTING OF CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL ON. PLANS
'Ihe conditions of approval under the 'Exhil;Jit A' of this :Planning Commission Motion No .

• 20361 shall be reproduced on the IndE:x Sheet of construction plans submitted with the Site or Building permit application for the Project.  The In.dex Sheet of the construction plans shall reference. to the Conditional Use authotizatk>n and any subsequent amendments ormodifications. SEVERABILITY The Projed shall comply with all applicable City <;odes and requirement&. lf arty clause, sentence;  section or any part of these conditions of apptovalis for any reason held to be invalid, suchinvalidity shall not affect 0r impair other remaining clauses;  sentences; ot sedions of these conditkm.s; This decision conveys no right to construct, or to receive a building permit ''Project Spo:nsol"' shall include any subsequent responsible party;
CHANGES ANO MODIFICATIONS Changes to the approved plans may. be approved administratively by the Zoning Adminish'at()r, Significant d1anges and modifications of conditions shall n~quir(!) Planning Com1nission, approval of a new Conditional Vse.attthorization. l\lioti.on N~. 20361 .

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• . December 20, 2018 Reco~<:f "'o. 2016-Q0~$.05ClJA 1052~1060 Folsom Street & 1so~194 Russ Street Conditicms of Approval, Compliance, Monitoring, ~nd Repprting. PERFORMANCE
. Valic:Uty. the authodzation ariq rigl)t vested by v!rtu,e of thi$ action is valid foi:three ye~rs from·
the . effective <,fate of the Motion. The Department· ofBuildint; Inspection shall have issued a BuHging Permit or Site Permitto construct the project and/or commem;e the apprqved use wtthil:l this three-year period'
For iriforrnati!Jlt about compliance, contact Code Enfo1·cmnent, Planning tJepattment at 415·:575

• 6863, www.sf-12lanning.org.
; Expiration  . and Eenewal. Should a Building or Site Permit be· sought. after the three> (:3) year period has lapsed, the project sponsor musf ~eka renewal ot this Authorization by filing ~m applkat~on for ~u'\ amendment to the original Authorization. or. a<new Jlf!plkation for AuthoriZation. Should the

• project sponsqr dedh't¢ to · s(1ftle, and . declin.e to withdra\v the per¢H application; the Commission shall conduct a puhli<: hearing.itl order to consider the revocation of the Authorizatfon. Should the CommissionnotrevoJ<ethe Authorizatfon tallowing the ck>sure of thl;l public hearing, the Commissio! sh<ill d.eterrnine the extension qf time for the continued validity of the Authorization;
For infqrrnation about compliance, contact Code Bnforcernent, Plamiing Pepartment# 415~575~6863, YJ1MJJLi:12Imtliitig.p,rg
. Dillgen! ftu:s~H.Once a·. site or H~ilding. Permit}tas beenfssued, con~truction must commence within. the timeframe required ·by the pepartmet'tt 9f Building· ln$pectlon ar\d be c9ntinued diligently to completion  . .FC1.ilure to do so shall be grounds fot the Commission to consider revoking the approval if more thqn three (;3) years have pa$Sed sll:l$e th/.s J\:uthorizati<:>n. wM approved, ·· ·. ·
Fol fn.fo11t1atiim aboiit compliance; c	ntact Code Enforr:emen,t, Plrrr:ming Department· at 4i5~57S~6863, duJ"w,sfplattnfo~qr:g it. Extension. AU time lhriits inthepreceding three paragraphs maybe extended at the discretion of theZoning Adrninistratorwhert.1in1plementation ofthe pro)eckis delayed by ;1 public;ag~ncy, an appeaLO"r a legal challenge and qnl)' by thelength qf time for Whidtsuch pu))lic agerfoy.'appeal ot challenge has ~a used delaY:· .. ·

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• . > <  . For i1iformatien about compliancei ·contact Code Enforcement,. Plmini11S Departmeut at 41S-S75-686,3, ivzl!tJ!.sf;:12lanning.org .  · ·  · ·  · · ·
. CcinformHy With .Cµrrent Law. No applkatfon for Building Permit, Site Per!l1it; or. ot~er en!itlernent shall l:>e approved unless it <:mnplies with ;:ill applicable provisions· ofC:i.ty Codes in eftect(')Uhetim(;)ofsucha.PProvaJ. ... ··. . .... ·. . < < < > .·

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For information about compliance, contact Code Enforcement; Planning Department· at 41!1·575,686$, Yll.IJW:sfp,lannfrtg.org p. :rviltigatiol1 Measur~s. Mitigation measftres cfosedbed · in. the . MMltP for the Eastern Neighborhoods Plah ·ElR (Case NIJ, 2m6-00490SENV) attached as Exhibit·C ai'e nec:es$arytP IVfoUon No. 203$1 Oecember.20, 201a Re¢ord No, 2016.~004U05Cl.JA 52·1060 F91$0tn street &190

• 194 Russ Street av9id potential signific;;mteffects of the prop()sed projecfand have bt>enagreed lo by the project sponsor, For information about compliance, contact the Case Planr1<'!f1 · Plamiittg Dt:partntenf at 415~$5$-'6$781 W<l!!J!JJhlli±11ufug&l'g
. Additional Project Author.izatfuns. The Ptoject SponS(}i.' :must also obtain a Largel'rojed Authorization under Section 329 to ;illow the demolition of five existing buildings containing commerciid uses and four dwelling units on t1'f~ lots; :rnerger of the lots intQ one parcel, an.d the construction of a new seven-story, 64' -61' tall; and 58,719 gross sq. ft. .mixed use buildittg containing
,832 sq. it. of ground floor commerdal retail use (lnd 55,887 sq, ft. of residential use for 63 dwelling (three studio, 23 one-bedroom and 37 tw<rbedroom) units, a combined 8,923 sq. ft of private and common open space, and a· 3,572 sq. ft. ground floor garage with access fron:ta new driveway on Russ Street for sixteen (16) accessory off~street auto and 63 Class 1 bieyiCle parking spaces. If these conditions  ()verlap withany oth¢r requirement imposed on the Project, the more restrictive or protective condition or reqtiirement; <1S determined by the Zoning Adtninlstrator, shall apply. 11te Planning Comrnissiort O:nist also ad<>pt atMtion thiit finds th:e additforlal shadow cast by the Project on Victoria Manalo D:raves Park would not be adverse to the use ofthe park, pursuant to Plan1\ing Code Section 295. For information about compliance; contact Code Enforcement, Planning Department at 415-575·,6863,
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MONITORING" AFTER ENTITLEMENT
. Ertf()tce1nent. Violation of any of the Planni.ng Pepartmentconditions ofapproval contained in this Motion or of any other provisions of Plartnit1gCode applical;>le to this Project shalll>e subject to the enfotcement procedures and administrath'e  . penalUes set  . forth under Planning Code Section 176 or Section 176.l. The Planning Pepai:tmentmay also wfor the violation complaints to other city departments and agencies for appropriate enforcement action under their jurisdktfon, f'or·infonnatian·about compliaf!ce, ·contact Code Enforcement, Plilttnihg Department at 415-575~6863;
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. Revocation Due to Violation. ()f Condition$, Should in1plem:entaUon of this Project result irt complaints frorn interested property owners, tesidents; or commerc:ial lessees which <tre not resolved by the IJroject Sponsor and found to ]:)e in violation of the Plartnihg Code artd/o:r the spedfit conditions of approval for the Project as set forthin Exhibi.tA of this Motion, the Zonb'tg Administrator shall tefer such> complaints to ililc"l Conunission, after which it may hold a public he<tring on the matfor to consider revocation of t!iis authorization. For information about compliance, contact Cod.e Erifor¢em¢nt, Plarmittg Depart1rt.en~ at 41$-575·686$, wung;.$,[~g ·, 10 PROJECT NAME SCOPE OF WORK DRAWING INDEX: PROJECT DATA 1-----~-'-----------'-------------+--------------------'-----------+-----------------------,-----1 1052·1060 Folsom Stre~t PROPOSED ONE NEW CONSTRUCTION SEVEN-STORY MIXED USE BUILDING WITH 63 CONDO UNITS & THREE COMMERCIAL SPACES.
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~FIRE.HYDRANT) \_r,;UBJEOT PARCELi MOSS RUSS ASSESSOR'S MAP A-0.1 A-0.2 A-0.3 A -0.4 A-0.4.1 A -0 .5 A-0.6 A-0.7 A-0.B A-0.9 A-0.10 A-0.11 A-0.12 A -0 .13 A-0.14 A-0.15 A-1.1 A-1.2 A-2.1 ·A -2 .2 A-2.3 A-3.1 A-3.2 A-3.3 A-3.4 A-3.6 A-3.7 A-3.B A-4. 1 · A-4.2
. A-4.3 A-5.1 A-5.2 GPR-0.1 COVER SHEET PROJECT DATA & INFORMATION ZONING & OPEN SPACE INFORMATION GROSS FLOOR AREA DIAGRAM . VAR UNIT DIAGRAM VICINITY MAP MID-BLOCK OPEN SPACE DIAGRAM AERIAL PHOTOS SITE PHOTOS SITE PHOTOS SITE PHOTOS STREET VIEW STREET VIEW STREET VIEW STREET VIEW MATERIAL BOARD EXISTING SITE PLAN I SURVEY PROPOSED SITE PLAN (E) DEMO FLOOR PLANS & ELEVATIONS (E).DEMO FLOOR PLANS & ELEVATIONS (E) DEMO FLOOR PLANS & ELEVATIONS FIRST FLOOR PLAN SECOND FLOOR PLAN THIRD FLOOR PLAN FOURTH I FIFTH FLOOR PLAN SIXTH FLOOR PLAN SEVENTH FLOOR P .LAN ROOF PLAN . FRONTELEVATION RIGHT.ELEVATION REAR.& LEFT ELEVATIONS SECllONA-A STREETSCAPE & SIDEWALK SECTION GREENPDINT RATING FORM PLANNING DATA ADDRESS: LOT AREA: BLOCK/LOT: HEIGHT LIMIT: BUILDING HEIGHT: ZONING :
REAR YARD OPEN SPACE REQUIRED: PROVIDED:
52-1060 FOLSOM STREET 11,500 ± S.F. 3731 / 021,023,087 65-X 64'-6" NCT /RED
,875 S.F. (25 % OF LOT AREA: 11,500 S.F. x 0.25) 631(NCT)'f' 1,789(RED) = 2,420 S.F. (21 % OF LOT AREA)
DWELLING UNIT USABLE OPEN SPACE REQUIRED: SEE SHEET A-0.3 PROVIOED: 8,828 S.F. TOTAL (SEE RESIDENTIAL UNIT MATRIX)
PARKING SUMMARY OFF STREET PARKING CLASS I BICYCLE PARKING I RESIDENTIAL UNIT: CLASS II BICYCLE PARKING/ 20 RESIDENTIAL UNITS: CLASS II BICYCLE PARKING FOR 2 COMMERCIAL UNITS:
BMR & RENT CONTROL UNITS RENT CONTROL REPLACEMENT 25% BMR UNITS ON-SITE ((63-4) x 0.25) MARKETRATE BUILDING CODE SUMMARY #Of STORIES CONSTRUCTION TYPE OCCUPANCY GROUP APPLICABLE CODES U.NITS 15 UNITS · 44UNITS STORIES TYPE "I-A" M, R-2, S-2
(1 ADA & 16 (STACKER)) 63 BICYCLE PARKING 4@ RUSS SIDEWALK 2+4@ FOLSOM SIDEWALK 16 CALIFORNIA CODES EDITIONS W/ SAN FRANCISCO AMENDMENTS
. RESIDENTIAL UNIT COUNT UNIT TYPE FLOOR LEVEL STUDIO 1-BEDROOM 2-BEDROONI. ·TOTAL
. 1STFLOOR . . 2 0 3 ·
ND FLOOR 0 RD FLOOR 0 4 7 11 TH FLOOR 0 4 7 11 TH FLOOR 0 4 7 11-TH FLOOR 0 6 11
?TH FLOOR 4 4 23 37 63 SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 1256 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415)  741.1292 WWW.Sl~~~~~J~.'6~5~ · SHEET TITLE Cover Sheet These documents are property of SIA CONSUL TING and are n ot lo be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSUL TING ENGINEERS. ISSUES I REVISIONS NO. DATE DESQRIPTION DRAWN A.A CHECKED R.K. DATE 12126/2016 REVISED DATE 12110/2018 JOB NO. 16-1727 SHEET NO. A-0.1 I 2 I 3 I 4 I s I 6 I 7 I 6 I 9 I 10 PROJECT NAME
. . FLOOR AREA DATA BREAKDOWN (GSF) 1052-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA LEVEL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL CIRCULATION GARBAGE I GARAGE BIKE PARKING OTHER TOTAL I UTILITY STFLOOR 2,121 ±S.F. 1,420 ± S.F. ·1, 762 ± S .F. 939 ± S.F. 3,582± S.F. 800 ± S.F. -10,624± S.F. I--ND FLOOR 701 ± S.F. 5,209 ± S.F. 847 ± S.F. - -. --6,757 ±S.F. RD FLOOR 7,806 ± S.F. 847 ± S.F. -. --B,653 ±S.F. TH FLOOR 7,806 ± S.F. 847 ±S.F. ---. -B,653 ±S.F.
-STH FLOOR -7,806 ± S.F. 847 ± S.F. ----B,653 ±S
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• 6TH FLOOR 7,591 ± S .F . 847 ± S.F. -B,438 ±S.F. .  . ; . ' .
--TH FLOOR 6,038 ± S.F. .847 ± S.F. I 6,8~5 ±S.F. ~l ;.......... -- --... , ..
,582 ± S.F.
· .consulting TOTAL 2,822 ± S.F. 43,676 ± S.F. 6,844 ± S.F. 939 ± S.F. 800 ± S.F. . 58,663 ±S.F . -·-S IA CONSULTING CORPORATION 1i56 HOWARD STREET FIRST LEVEL MATRIX SAN FRANCISCO , C A 94103 T:(415)741.1 292 I
I F: (415) 849.1252 COMMERCIAL WWW.SIACONSULT.COM -FLOOR LEVEL GROSS FLOOR AREA #BICYCLE FLOORAREA . SHEET TITLE
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• j FIRST FLOOR 10,624 ± S.F. I 63 I 2,121 ± S.F. TOTAL# OF COMMER CAIL UNIT I 3 Project Data & I--Information RESIDENTIAL UNIT MA TRIX FLOOR LEVEL UNIT TYPE I
.TOTAL OPEN SPACE #OF EACH TYPE #OF UNIT PRIVATE COMMON
-1STFLOOR STUDIO x 211-BEDROOM x 1 123 S.F. 0 S.F. ND FLOOR 1-BEDROOM x 1 / 2-BEDROOM x 6 0 S.F. 2,420 S.F.*
RD FLOOR 1-BEDROOM x 4 / 2-BEDROOM x 7 I 11 53 S.F. 0 S.F. TH FLOOR 1-BEDROOM x 4  / 2-BEDROOM x 7 11 53 S.F. S.F. -
-TH FLOOR 1 -BEDROOM x 4  / 2-BEDROOM x 7 11 53 S.F. 0 S.F. TH FLOOR 1-BEDROOM x 5 / 2-BEDROOM x 6 1.1 n16 S.F:+131 S.F.' 0 S.F. These documents are property o f SIA CONSUL TING 7TH FLOOR STUDIO x 1/1-BEDROOM x 4 / 2-BEDROOM x 4
~97 S.F. +1,1 3 1 S.F.' 0 S.F. and are not to be produced changed o r copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSUL TING ENGINEERS. -ROOF COMMON ROOF DECK 0 0 S.F. 4,351 S.F.* ISSUES I REVISIONS TOTAL NUMBER OF UNITS STUDIO x 311-BEDROOM x 23 / 2-BEDROOM x 37 63 UNITS NO. DATE DESCRIPTION 2,057 S.F. 6,771 S.F. TOTAL OPEN SPACE *QUALIFYING OPEN SPACE 8,828 S
.F . PROVIDED TOTAL: 8,033 S.F.
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• R.K. DATE 1212612016 REVISED DATE 1211012018
-JOB NO. .16-1727 SHEET NO. A-0.2 I I I 4 I s I 6 I 7 I a I q I ·-1 2 3 ZONING RED NCT st Floor Zoning Breakdown 1/32" = 1'-0"
rd-5th Floors Zoning Breakdown
/32"= 1'-0"
th Floor Zoning Breakdown 1/32"= 1'- 0 "
(N) Site Plan Zoning Breakdown 1/32" = 1'-0"
nd Floor Zoning Breakdown 1/32"= 1'-0"
th Floor Zoning Breakdown 1/32"= 1'-0"
Roof Zoning Breakdown 1/32" = 1'-0"
Residential Open Space Designation Matrix:
Unit Level Unit# Zoning/ t-'nvatet Area R ea. Common 1 RED/80 c First 102/3 NCT/100 c 1/206/7 RED/80 c Second 202/3/4/5 NCT/100 c 1/310/11 RED/80 c Third 302/3/4/5/6/7 /8/9 NCT/100 c 1/410/11 RED/80 · c Fourth 402/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 NCT/100 c 1/510/11 RED/80 c Fifth 502/3/4/5/6/7 /8/9 NCT/100 c 1 RED/60 p Sixth 610/11 RED/80 c 2/3/4/5/6/7 /8/9 NCT/100 c 1/708/9 RED/80 c 2 NCT/100 c 3 NCT/100 c Seventh 704 NCT/80 p 5. NCT/80 p 6/7 NCT/100 c
· 5 Area Prov. Location nd Fir. 80s.F.lunit Open Space 2nd Fir. 1 OOs.F Junit Ope n Space s.F.lunit 2nd Fir. Ooen Soace OOs.F Junit 2nd Fir. Ooe n Space s.Flunit 2nd Fir. Ope n Space 2nd Fir. 1 OOs.F Junlt Open Space s.F.lunit Roof OOs.F Junit Roof s.F.lunit Roof OOs.FJunit Roof 1s.F. Unil601 s.FJ unit Roof 0 Os.F./unit Roof s.FJunit Roof OOs.F Junit Roof OOs.F.lunit Roof 6s.F. Unit704 5s.F. Unit 705 OOs.F.lunit Roof
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P RO JECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO , CA SIA CONSUL TING CORPORATION 1256 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANC ISCO, CA 94 103 T: (415)  741.1292 F: (415)  849.1252 WWW.S IACONSULT.COM S H EET TITLE Mid-Block Open Space Pattern Diagram These documents are property of SIA CONSUL TING and are not lo be produced changed or ropied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSU ES I REVI SIO NS NO. -DATE DESCR IPTION D RAW N A.A CHECKED R.K. DATE 12/2612016 REV ISE D DATE 12/ 1C/201B JO B NO. 16-1727 SHEE T NO. A-0.6 Aerial View 2 ·. A erial View 3 PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA S IA CO NSU LTING CORPORAT IO N 1256 HOWARD STR EET SAN FRANC ISCO, CA 94103 T;  (4 15) 741.1292 F : (415 )  849.1252 WWW.S IACONSULT.COM SHEET TIT LE Aerial Photos These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are n ot lo be produced c hanged o r copie d wilhout Iha expressed written consent of SIA CO NSULTING ENG IN EERS. ISSUES I REVIS IONS NO. D ATE DESCR IPTIO N DRAWN A.A CHECKED R K. DATE 12/2612016 REVISED DATE 12/1012018 JOB NO. 16 -1 727 SHEET NO. A-0.7 Folsom Street Block Face 61; Folsom St.
-·=-Folsom Across Street Block Face PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA SIA CONSU LT IN G CORPORATION 1256 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415)  741.1292 F:(415)849.1252 WWW.S IACONSULT.COM SHEET TITLE Site
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/10/2018 JOB NO. 16-1727 S HEET NO, A-0.8 Howard st. Folsom St.
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Russ Across Street Block Face PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 1256 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415)  741.1292 F:  (415)  849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM SHEEl'TITLE Site Photos These documents are property of SJA CONS0ULTING a~d are no! lo be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES I REVISIONS NO. DATE DESCR IP TI ON DRAWN A.A CHECKED R.K. DAlE 1212612016 REVISED DATE 12110/2018 JOB NO. 16- 1727 SHEE T NO. A-0.9 Folsom-Russ Corner Street View Folsom Street View PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA
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-1727 S HEET NO. A-0.11 PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA SIA CONSULTING C.ORPORAT ION 1 256 HOWARD STREET .SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415)  741.1292 F: (415) 849. 1252 \IYVVW.SIACONSULT.COM SH EET TITLE Isometric View These documents are properly of SIA CONSUL TING and are not lo be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSUL TING ENGINEERS. ISSU ES I REVIS IONS DATE DESCRIPTION
'  DRAWN A.A CHECKED R.K. l DATE 12/26/2016 REVISED DAT E 12/10/2018 JOB NO. 16-1727 SHEET NO. A-0.12 Folsom Street Perspective View N.T.S PROJECT NA M E 52·1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 1256 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T : (4 15) 741 .1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.S IACONSULT.COM SHEET TITLE Perspective View These documents are property of SIA CONSUL TING and are norto be produced changed or copied wilhout the expressed written q:msent of SIA CONSUL T ING ENGINEERS. ISSUES I REVl$10N;> . N O . DATE DESCRIPTION ·
DRAWN A.A CHECKED R.K. DATE 1212612016 REVISED_ DATE 12/ 1012018 J O B NO. 16- 1727 SHEET ND, A-0.14 Russ Street Perspective View N.T.S PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA S IA CONSU LT IN G CORPORATION 1256 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANC ISCO , CA 94103 T: (415)  741.1292 F:  (415)  849.1252 WWW.S IACONSULT.COM SHEET TITLE Perspective View These documents are property of SIA CONSUL T ING and are not lo be produCed changed or copied wllhoul the expressed written oonsent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSU ES I REVIS ION S NO. DA TE DESCRIPT ION DRAWN A.A CHECKED R.K. DA1E 12/26/2016 REVISED DATE 12/10/2018 JOB NO.
-1727 SHEET NO. A-0.13
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. PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA SIA CONSU LTING CORPORATIO N 1256 HO WARD STREET · SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T : (415 ) 741.1 292 F : (415) 849.1 252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM SHE ET TITL E Material Board These documents are property of SJA CONSUL TING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent o f SIA CO NSUL TING ENGINE ERS. ISSUES I REVISION S NO . DA TE D ESCR IPTION DRAWN A.A CHECKED R.K. DA1E 1212612016 REVISED DATE 121101201 8 JOB NO. 16-172 7
. S HEET NO. A-0.15 NOTE: TO ANYONE HAVING ANY TYPE OF INTEREST IN mis MAP PLEASE BE ADVISED AS FOLLOWS:
. THAT AU TinE INFORMA 11DN HEREfJN INCLUDING EASEMENTS WAS PREPARED SOLE~L Y FOR ANO IN STRICT CONFORMANCE WITH OUR CUENrs OR HIS AGENT'S REQUIREMENTS AND 11TlE INFORMA TIDN SUPPUED TD FREDERICK T. SEHER & ASSOCIATES, INC.; FURniERMDRE, WE HEREBY DfSClAfM ANY AND ALL nnE SEARCH RESPONSIBILITY ON THts JOB.
'{'i::~: mATTHIS MAP WAS PREPARED AS A PROFESSIONAL INSTRUMENT-OF SERVICE FOR PAOLO /ANTORNO AND THAT IT REMAfNS THE PROPERTY OF FREDERICK T. SEHER & ASSOCIATES, INC, WHETHER THE PROJECT (IF ANY PROPOSED) ON THIS SITE /S CONSTRUCTED OR NOT.
. THAT ANY INFORMA TIDN ON THIS MAP AND ANY DDCUMENT(S) PREPARED BY FREDERICK T. SEHER & ASSOC/ATES, INC. IN RELATION HEREOF SHALL NOT BE USED FDR ANY OTHER PURPOSE THAN FOR: BU/WING PERMIT AND LAND SUBDIVISION. FtlRTHERMORE, THE USE OF THIS MAP FOR ANY OTI-IER PURPOSES WHATSOEVER INCLUDING ENGINEERING DESIGNS OF OFFS/TE OR ONSITE IMPROVEMENTS JS BEYOND THIS MAP'S PURPOSES, INTENT & CONTRACT. LIABILITY SHALL REST UPON THE PARTY USING OUR /NFORMA TION BE.YONO THE ESTABLISHED L/MtTATION ABOVE, fN WHfCH CASE FREDERTCK T. SEHER & ASSOCIATES, INC. DISAV0WS ANY AND ALL RESPONSIBILITY.
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. THIS MAP WILL BE PROVIDED IN AN ELECTRONIC FORMAT AS A COURTESY TO THE CLIENT. THE DELIVERY OF THE ELECTRONIC FILE DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE DELJVERY OF OUR PROFESSIONAL WORK PRODUCT. A SIGNED PRINT DELIVERED TO THE CLIENT OR CLIENT REPRESENTATIVE CONSTITUTES OUR PROFESSIONAL WORK PRODUCT, AND IN n-IE EVENT THE ELECTRONIC FILE IS ALTER Ea_ THE PRINT MUST BE REFERRED TO FOR THE ORIGINAL AND CORRECT SURVEY INFORMATION. WE SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY MODIFICATIONS MADE TO THE ELECTRONIC FILE, OR FOR ANY PRODUCTS DERIVED FROM THE ELECTRONIC FILE WHICH ARE NOT REVIEWED, SIGNED AND SEALED BY US, DATE: SCALE: DRAWN BY: DRAWING NAME: SURVEYED BY: CHECKED BY: CHECKED BY:
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PROPERiY ANO RIGHT-OF-WAY LINES SHOWN HEREON ARE PREDICATED ON AN ANALYSIS OF EXISTING IMPROVEMENTS, RECORD DATA, FIELD TIES AND ASSESSOR'.S PARCEL MAPS. IT JS NOT THE INTENT OF THIS MAP TO PROVIDE A FORMAL BOUNDARY RESOLunoN FOR THE SUBJECT PROPERTY SHOWN HEREON. SAID RESOLlJTION WOUW REQUIRE THE SETTING OF PROPERTY CORNERS AND THE FILJNG OF A RECORD OF SURVEY UNDER CALIFORNIA STATE LAW. BOUNDARY INFORMATION SHOWN HEREON IS FOR Pl.ANNING PURPOSES ONLY. ALL ANGLES ARE 90

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.All.. DISTANCES ARE MEASURED fN FEET AND DECIMALS THEREOF. DATE OF FIELD SURVEY:
TOPOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SHOWN HERE IS BASED UPON A FIEW SURVEY PERFORMED BY FREDERICK T. SEHER & ASSOC/A TES INC, ON JUNE 19, 2014. SURVEY REFERENCE:
THE SURVEY HEREON IS BASED ON THE LEGAL DESCRf P110N DESCRIBED IN THE FOLLOWING GRANT DEEDS: LOT021: RECORDED JULY 3, 2007, DOCUMENT NUMBER 2007-1413196-00, ON REEL J425AT IMAGE0334. ~RECORDED DECEMBER 29, 2010, DOCUMENT NUMBER 2010-J108900-00, ON REEL K300 AT/MAGE 0120. UTILITY NOTE:
UNDERGROUND UTILIT7ES SHOWN HEREON WERE PLOTTED FROM A COMBINATION OF OBSERVED SURFACE EVIDENCE (CONDfTIONS PERMtmNG) AND RECORD INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM 11iE RESPECTIVE UTIL/1Y COMPANIES, AND ARE NOT INTENDED TO REPRESENT THEIR ACTUAL LOCATIONS. THEREFORE, ALL UT/Lin ES MUST BE VERIFIED . WITH RESPECT TD SIZES, HORfZONTAL AND VERTICAL LOCATIONS BY THE OWNER AND/OR CONTRACTOR PRIOR TD DESIGN OR CONSTRUCTION. NO RESPONSIBILITY IS ASSUMED BY THE SU8.VEYOR FOR THE LOCATION ANO.CAPACITY OF SAID UTILinES. PROJECT BENCHMARK -DESCRIPTION:
ELEVA 710NS SHOWN HEREON WERE OBTAINED FROM A GROUP OF CITY BENCHMARKS, LOCATED AT THE INTERSECTION OF 7TH AND HOWARD smEETS, ELEVATIONS ARE BASED ON ClTY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO DATUM. S. W. CORNER, CROW CUT Of.ITER RIM SW/. ELEVATION= 13.999'
SURVEYOR'S STATEMENT:
THIS MAP WAS PREPARED BY ME, OR UNDER MY DIRECTION, ANO /S BASED UPON A FIELD SURVEY. DATE ... 07/02118 ........................................... FREDERICK T. SEHER, PLS UCENSE ND. 6216 FREDERICK T. SEHER & ASSOC/A TES, INC. PROFESSIONAL LAND SURVEYORS SURVEYING & MAPPING . 841 LOMBARD STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94133 (415) 921-7690 FAX (415) 921-7655 ARCHITECTURAL SITE SURVEY SH7 52-1060 FOLSOM STREET, 194-200 RUSS STREET, SAN FRANCISCO, CAl-"'-aF--'----==sHE"-=-/Ers JOB NO.: ASSESSOR'S BLOCK 3731, LOTS 021 & 023 1821-14
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• DATE 12126/2016 REVISED DATE 12110/2018 JOB NO. 16-1727 S HEET NO. A-1.2 Project Existing First Floor Plan 3/16" = 1'-0" Existing Second Floor Plan 3/16"= 1'-0" 4 Existing Third Floor Plan 3/16"= 1'-0"
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PROJECT NAME 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA S IA CO NSULTIN G CORPORATION 1256 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANC ISCO , CA 94103 T: (415)  741.1292 F: (415)  849.1252 WWW.S IACONSU LT.COM SHEET TITLE 2-194 Russ Existing Floor Plans
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As part of application for site permit, this form acknowledges the specific green building requirements that apply to a project under San Francisco Bui!ding Code Chapter 13C, California Title 24 Part 11, and related local codes.  Attachment C3, C4, or CS will be due with the applicable addendum. To use the form :
BASIC INFORMATION: -These facts, p:lus the primary occupan~y. determine which requirements apply. For details, see AB 093 Attachment A Table 1. (a) Provide basic information about the projE;?ct in the box at left. This info de ter mines which green building re quirem ents apply. AND
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ALL PROJECTS, AS APPLICABLE Construction activity stormwater pollution prevention and site runoff controls -Provide a constructio n site Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan and implement SFPUC Best Management Practices. Stormwater Control Plan: Projects disturbing ;,5;000 square feet must implement a Stormwater Control Plan meeting SFPUC Stormwater Design Guideli nes Water Efficient Irrigation -Projects that include 2: 1,000 square feet of new or modified landscape must comply with the SFPU C Wate r Efficient Irrigation O rd inance. Construction Waste Management -Comply with the San Francisco Construction  & Demolition Debris Ordinance Recycling by Occupants: Provide adequate space and equ al access for storage, collection a:nd loading of composta bl e, recyclable and landfill materials. See Administrative Bulletin 088 for details.

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Base number of required Green points:
Adjustment for retention I demolition o f historic features I building:
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LEED PROJECTS Type of Project Proposed (Indicate at right)
Overall Requirements:
LEED certification leve l (includes prerequisites):
Base number of required points:
Adjustment for retention I demolition of historic features I buildina: Final number of require d points (base number+/-adiustment)
. New New . New Lar~e Residential Residential Commerical Comme~c1al Residential Commercial· Mid-Rise' High-Rise' Interior Alteration Alteration GOLD SILVER SILVER GOLD GOLD GOLD 50 60 60 nla Specific Requirements: (nlr indicates a measure is not required)
Construction Waste Management -75% Diversion AND comply with San Francisco Construction & Demolitio n Debris Ordinance  ·
LEED MR 2, 2 points
% Energy Reduction Comp.!![ed to Trtle-24 2008 (or ASHRAE 90.1-2007) LEED EA 1, 3 points Renewable Energy or Enhanced Energy Efficiency Eff ectiv e 111/2012:
Generate renewabl e energy on-site 2:1 % of total annual energy cost (LEED EAc2), OR Demonstrate an additional 10% energy use reduction (total of 25%
compared to Trtle 24 P .art 6 2008), OR Purchase Green-E certified renewable energy credits for'35% o f total electricity use  (LEED EAc6). Enhanced Commissioning of Building Energy Systems LEED EA3 Water Use -30% Reduction LEED.WE 3, 2 points Enhanced Refrigerant ivi'a:nagement LEED EA 4 Indoor Air Quality Management Plan LEED IEQ 3.1 Low-Emitting M aterials LEED IEQ 4.1 , 4 .2 , 4.3, and 4.4 Bicycle parking: Provide short-term and long-term bicycle parking for 5% of total motorized parking capacity each, or meet ·San Francisco Planning Code Sec 155, whichever is greater, or meet LEED credit SSc4.2. (13C.5.106.4) . Designated parking: Mark 8% of total parking stalls for low-emitting, fuel efficie nt, and carpool/van pool vehicles. (13C.5.1 06.5) . Water Meters: Provide submeters for space~ projected to consume more than 1.000 gal/day, or more than 100 gal/day if in · building over 50,000 sq. ft. (13C.5.303.1)
Air Filtration: Provide at least MERV-8 filters in regularly occupied spaces of mechanically ventilated buildings (or LEED credit IEQ 5). (13C.5.504.5.3)
Air Filtration: Provide MERV-13 filters in residential buildings in air-quality hot-spots (or LEED credit IEQ 5). (SF Heallh Code Article 38 and SF Building Code 1203.5)
Acoustica l C ontrol: wall and roof-ceilings STC 50, exterior windows STC 30, party walls and floor-ceilings STC 40. (13C.5.507.4)
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Energy Efficiency: Demonstrate a 15% energy use reduction compared to 2008 California Energy Code, Trtle 24, Part 6. (13C.5.201.1.1)

• Bicycle parking: Provide short-term and long-term bicycle parking for 5% of total motorized parking capacity each, or meet San Francisco Planning Code Sec 155, whichever is greater  (or LEED credit SSc4.2). (1 3C.5.106.4)
Fue l efficient vehicle and carpool parking: Provi~e stall marking for low-emitting, fuel efficient, and carpool/va n pool vehicles; approximately 8% oftotal spaces. (1 3C.5 .1 06.5)
Water Meters: Provide submeters for spaces projected to consume >1,000 gal/day, or >100 gal/day if in buildings over 50,000 sq. ft. . Indoor Water Efficie.ncy: Reduce overall use of potable water within the building by 20% for showerheads, lavatories, krtchen faucets, wash fountains, water closets, and urinals. (13C.5.303.2)
Commissioning: For new buildings greater than 10,000 square feet commissioning shall be included in the design and construction of the project to verify that the building systems and components meet the owner's project requirements. (13C.5.410.2) OR for buildings Jess than 10,000 square feet, testing and adjusting of systems is required. Protect duct openings and mechariical equipment during construction (13C.5.504.3)
Adhesives, sealants, and caulks·: Compl y with voe limits in SCAQMO Rule 1168 VOC limits and California Code of Regulations Trtle 17 for aerosol adhesives. (13C.5.504.4.1)
Paints and coatings: Comply with VOC limits in the Air Resources Board Architectura l Coatings Suggested Control Measure and California Code of Regulations Titlo 17 for aeroso l paints. I 13C.5.504.4 .3 1 Carpet: All carpet must meet one of the following: 1. Carpet and Rug Institute Green Label Plus Program 2. California Department of Public Health Standard Practice for the testing of VOCs (Specification 01350) 3. NSF/ANSI 140 at the Gold level 4. Scientific Certifications Syste.ms Sustai nable Choice AND Carpet cu s hion must meet CR! G reen Label, AND Carn et adhesi ve must not exceed 50 n/L VOC content f13C.5.504.4.4l Composite wood: Meet CARB Air Toxics Control Measure for Composite Wood (13C.5.504.4.5)
Resilient flooring sys'tems: For 50% offloor area receiving resilient fiooring, install resilient flooring complying with the VOC.,,mission limits denned i n the 2009 Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS) criteria or certified under the Resilient Floor Coverinq Institute  (RFC!) FloorScore oroaram. 113C.S.504.4.6l Environmental Tobacco Smoke:  Prohibit smoking within 25 feet of building entries, ou tdoor air intakes, and operable windows.  (13C.5.504.7) ·
Air Filtration: Provide ~t least MERV-8 filt e rs in regularly occupied spaces of mechanically ventilated buildings.  (1 3C.5.504.5.3)
Acoustical Control: Wall and roof-ceilings STC 50, exterior windows STC 30, party walls and floor-ceilings STC 40. (13C.5.507.4)
CFCs and Halons: Do not install equipment that contains CFCs or Halons. (13C.5.508.1)

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• Additional Requirements for New A, B, I, OR M Occupancy Projects 5,000  -25,000 .Square Feet Construction Waste Management - Divert 75% of construction and demolition debr is AND comply with San Francisco Construction  & Demolition Debris Ordinance. Renewable Energy or Enhanced Energy Efficiency Effective January 1, 2012: Generate renewable energy on-site equal to 2:1% of total annual energy cost (LEED EAc2), OR ;
demonstrate an additional 10% energy use reduction  (total of 25% compared to Title 24 Part 6 2008), OR . purchase Green-E certified renewable energy credits for 35% of total electricity use.(LEED EAcS). l

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/10/2018 JDB ND. 16-1727 SHEET NO, A-5.2 File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 1of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE Responsibility for ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Implementation Mitiaation Measures from the Eastern Neiahborhoods Area Plan EIR Project Mitigation Measure 1 -Archeological Testing
(Implementing Eastern Neighborhoods Mitigation J-2)
Based on a reasonable presumption that archeological resources may be present within the project site, the following measures shall be undertaken to avoid any potentially significant adverse effect from the proposed project on buried or submerged historical resources.  The project sponsor shall retain the services of an archaeological consultant from the rotational Department Qualified Archaeological Consultants List (QACL) maintained by the Planning Department archaeologist.  The project sponsor shall contact the Department archeologist to obtain the names and contact information for the next three archeological consultants on the QACL. The archeological consultant shall undertake an archeological testing program as specified herein. In addition, the consultant shall be available to conduct an archeological monitoring and/or data recovery program if required pursuant to this measure.  The archeological consultant's work shall be conducted in accordance with this measure at the direction of the Environmental Review Officer (ERO). All plans and reports prepared by the consultant as specified herein shall be submitted first and directly to the ERO for review and comment, and shall be considered draft reports subject to revision until final approval by the ERO. Archeological monitoring and/or data recovery programs required by this measure could suspend construction of the project for up to a maximum of four weeks. At the direction of the ERO, the suspension of construction can be extended beyond four weeks only if such a suspension is the only feasible means to reduce to a less than significant level potential effects on a significant archeological resource as defined in CEQA Guidelines Sect. 15064.5 (a) and  (c). Consultation with Descendant Communities: On discovery of an 1 archeological site associated with descendant Native Americans, the Overseas Chinese, or other potentially interested descendant group an 2 appropriate representative of the descendant group and the ERO shall be contacted.  The representative of the descendant group shall be given the opportunity to monitor archeological field investigations of the site and to Project sponsor, archeological consultant at the direction of the ERO. Project sponsor's qualified archeological consultant. By the term "archeological site" is intended here to minimally include any archeological deposit, feature, burial, or evidence of burial. Mitigation Action and Schedule Prior to issuance of site permits. In the event that an archeological site is uncovered during the construction period. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor to retain a qualified archeological consultant who shall report to the ERO. Qualified archeological consultant will scope archeological testing program with ERO. Consult with descendent communities to determine appropriate treatment of archeological finds and Status/Date Completed Considered complete when ERO approves archeological testing plan scope. Considered complete after Final Archeological Resources Report is approved and provide to descendant groups. An  "appropriate representative"  of the descendant group is here defined to mean, in the case of Native Americans, any individual listed in the current Native American Contact List for the City and County of San Francisco maintained by the California Native American Heritage Commission and in the case of the Overseas Chinese, the Chinese Historical Society of America. An appropriate representative of other descendant groups should be determined in consultation with the Department archeologist. File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 2of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL offer recommendations to the ERO regarding appropriate archeological treatment of the site, of recovered data from the site, and, ifapplicable, any interpretative treatment of the associated archeological site.  A copy of the Final Archaeological Resources Report shall be provided to the representative of the descendant group. Archeological Testing Program.  The archeological consultant shall prepare and submit to the ERO for review and approval an archeological testing plan
(ATP). The archeological testing program shall be conducted in accordance with the approved ATP. The ATP shall identify the property types of the expected archeological resource(s)  that potentially could be adversely affected by the proposed project, the testing method to be used, and the locations recommended for testing.  The purpose of the archeological testing program will be to determine to the extent possible the presence or absence of archeological resources and to identify and to evaluate whether any archeological resource encountered on the site constitutes an historical resource under CEQA. Atthe completion of the archeological testing program, the archeological consultant shall submit a written report of the findings to the ERO. If based on the archeological testing program the archeological consultant finds that significant archeological resources may be present, the ERO in consultation with the archeological consultant shall determine if additional measures are warranted. Additional measures that may be undertaken include additional archeological testing, archeological monitoring, and/or an archeological data recovery program.  No archeological data recovery shall be undertaken without the prior approval of the ERO or the Planning Department archeologist. If the ERO determines that a significant archeological resource is present and that the resource could be adversely affected by the proposed project, at the discretion of the project sponsor either:
A)  The proposed project shall be re-designed so as to avoid any adverse effect on the significant archeological resource; or 8) A data recovery program shall be implemented, unless the ERO determines that the archeological resource is of greater interpretive than research significance and that interpretive use of the resource is feasible. Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor/Archeologica I consultant at the direction of the ERO. Mitigation Action and Schedule Prior to soil disturbing activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility report findings as appropriate. Submittal of draft ATP to ERO for review and approval.  Archeological consultant undertake activities specified in ATP and immediately notify ERO of any encountered archeological resource. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon completion of the archeological testing program outlined in the ATP. File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Archeofogicaf Monitoring Program. If the ERO in consultation with the archeological consultant determines that an archeological monitoring program shall be implemented the archeological monitoring program shall minimally include the following provisions:

• The archeological consultant, project sponsor, and ERO shall meet and consult on the scope of the AMP reasonably prior to any project-related soils disturbing activities commencing.  The ERO in consultation with the archeological consul1ant shall determine what project activities shall be archeologically monitored. In most cases, any soils-disturbing activities, such as demolition, foundation removal, excavation, grading, utilities ins1allation, foundation work, driving of piles (foundation, shoring, etc.), site remediation, etc., shall require archeological monitoring because of the risk these activities pose to potential archaeological resources and to their depositional context;

• The archeological consul1ant shall advise all project contractors to be on the alert for evidence of the presence of the expected resource(s), of how to identify the evidence of the expected resource(s), and of the appropriate protocol in the event of apparent discovery of an archeological resource;

• The archeological monitor(s) shall be present on the project site according to a schedule agreed upon by the archeological consultant and the ERO until the ERO has, in consultation with project archeological consultant, determined that project construction activities could have no effects on significant archeological deposits;

• The archeological monitor shall record and be authorized to collect soil samples and artifactual/ecofactual material as warranted for analysis;

• If an intact archeological deposit is encountered, all soils­
disturbing activities in the vicinity of the deposit shall cease.  The archeological monitor shall be empowered to temporarily redirect demolition/excavation/pile driving/construction activities and equipment until the deposit is evaluated. If in the case of pile driving or deep foundation activities (foundation, shoring, etc.), the archeological monitor has cause to believe that the pile driving or deep foundation activities may affect an archeological resource, the pile driving or deep foundation activities shall be terminated until an appropriate evaluation of the resource has been made in consultation with the ERO. The archeological consul1ant shall Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor/
archeological consultant at the direction of the ERO. Mitigation Action and Schedule During soils­
disturbing activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor/archeological consultant shall meet and consult with ERO on scope of AMP. Archeological consultant to monitor soils-disturbing activities specified in AMP and immediately notify ERO of any encountered archeological resource. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon completion of archeological monitoring plan as outlined in the AMP. File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL immediately notify the ERO of the encountered archeological deposit.  The archeological consultant shall make a reasonable effort to assess the identity, integrity, and significance of the encountered archeological deposit, and present the findings of this assessment to the ERO. Whether or not significant archeological resources are encountered, the archeological consultant shall submit a written report of the findings of the monitoring program to the ERO. Archeological Data Recovery Program.  The archeological data recovery program shall be conducted in accord with an archeological data recovery plan (ADRP).  The archeological consultant, project sponsor, and ERO shall meet and consult on the scope of the ADRP prior to preparation of a draft ADRP. The archeological consultant shall submit a draft ADRP to the ERO. The ADRP shall identify how the proposed data recovery program will preserve the significant information the archeological resource is expected to contain. That is, the ADRP will identify what scientific/historical research questions are applicable to the expected resource, what data classes the resource is expected to possess, and how the expected data classes would address the applicable research questions.  Data recovery, in general, should be limited to the portions of the historical property that could be adversely affected by the proposed project. Destructive data recovery methods shall not be applied to portions of the archeological resources if nondestructive methods are practical. The scope of the ADRP shall include the following elements:

• Field Methods and Procedures.  Descriptions of proposed field strategies, procedures, and operations.

• Cataloguing and Laboratory Analysis. Description of selected cataloguing system and artifact analysis procedures.

• Discard and Deaccession Policy. Description of and rationale for field and post-field discard and deaccession policies.

• Interpretive Program. Consideration of an on-site/off-site public interpretive program during the course of the archeological data recovery program.

• Security Measures.  Recommended security measures to protect the archeological resource from vandalism, looting, and non-intentionally damaging activities.

• Final Report.  Description of proposed report format and Responsibility for Implementation ERO, archeological consultant, and project sponsor. Mitigation Action and Schedule In the event that an archeological site is uncovered during the construction period. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Archeological consultant to prepare an ADRP and to undertake the archeological data recovery program in consultation with ERO. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon completion of archeological data recovery plan as outlined in the ADRP. File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 5of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL distribution of results.

• Curation. Description of the procedures and recommendations for the curation of any recovered data having potential research value, identification of appropriate curation facilities, and a summary of the accession policies of the cu ration facilities. Human Remains, Associated or Unassociated Funerary Objects. The treatment of human remains and of associated or unassociated funerary objects discovered during any soils disturbing activity shall comply with applicable State and Federal Laws, including immediate notification of the Coroner of the City and County of San Francisco and in the event of the Coroner's determination that the human remains are Native American remains, notification of the California State Native American Heritage Commission  (NAHC) who shall appoint a Most Likely Descendant  (MLD)
(Pub. Res. Code Sec. 5097.98).  The ERO shall also be immediately notified upon discovery of human remains.  The archeological consultant, project sponsor, ERO, and MLD shall have up to but not beyond six days after the discovery to make all reasonable efforts to develop an agreement for the treatment of human remains and associated or unassociated funerary objects with appropriate dignity (CEQA Guidelines. Sec. 15064.5(d)).  The agreement should take into consideration the appropriate excavation, removal, recordation, analysis, curation, possession, and final disposition of the human remains and associated or unassociated funerary objects. Nothing in existing State regulations or in this mitigation measure compels the project sponsor and the ERO to accept recommendations of an MLD. The archeological consultant shall retain possession of any Native American human remains and associated or unassociated burial objects until completion of any scientific analyses of the human remains or objects as specified in the treatment agreement if such as agreement has been made or, otherwise, as determined by the archeological consultant and the ERO. If no agreement is reached State regulations shall be followed including the reintemment of the human remains and associated burial objects with appropriate dignity on the property in a location not subject to further subsurface disturbance
(Pub. Res. Code Sec. 5097.98). Final Archeo/ogica/  Resources Report. The archeological consultant shall submit a Draft Final Archeological Resources Report (FARR)  to the ERO that evaluates the historical significance of any discovered archeological resource Responsibility for Implementation Archeological consultant, ERO, and Coroner. Archeological consultant at the direction of the ERO. Mitigation Action and Schedule Following discovery of human remains. Following completion of cataloouino, Monitoring/Report Responsibility Notification of ERO, Coroner and, as warranted, notification of NAHC. Archeological consultant to prepare FARR. Status/Date Completed Considered complete on finding by ERO that all State laws regarding human remains/burial objects have been adhered to, consultation with MLD is completed as warranted, and that sufficient opportunity has been provided has been provided to the archeological consultant for scientific and historical analysis of remains and funerary objects. Considered complete upon review and approval of FARR by File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 6of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL and describes the archeological and historical research methods employed in the archeological testing/monitoring/data recovery program(s)  undertaken. Information that may put at risk any archeological resource shall be provided in a separate removable insert within the final report. Once approved by the ERO, copies of the FARR shall be distributed as follows: California Archaeological Site Survey Northwest Information Center
(NWIC)  shall receive one (1) copy and the ERO shall receive a copy of the transmittal of the FARR to the NWIC. The Environmental Planning division of the Planning Department shall receive one bound, one unbound and one unlocked, searchable PDF copy on CD of the FARR along with copies of any formal site recordation forms (CA DPR 523 series)  and/or documentation for nomination to the National Register of Historic Places/California Register of Historical Resources. In instances of high public interest in or the high interpretive value of the resource, the ERO may require a different final report content, format, and distribution than that presented above. Project Mitigation Measure 2 -Construction Noise
(Implementing Portions of Eastern Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure F-2)
The project sponsor shall develop a set of site-specific noise attenuation measures under the supervision of a qualified acoustical consultant. Prior to commencing construction, a plan for such measures shall be submitted to the Department of Building Inspection to ensure that maximum feasible noise attenuation will be achieved.  These attenuation measures shall include as many of the following control strategies as feasible: Erect temporary plywood noise barriers around the construction site, particularly where a site adjoins noise-sensitive uses;
Utilize noise control blankets on the building structure as the building is erected to reduce noise emission from the site; Evaluate the feasibility of noise control at the receivers by temporarily improving the noise reduction capability of adjacent buildings housing sensitive uses;
Monitor the effectiveness of noise attenuation measures by taking noise measurements;  and

• Post signs on-site pertaining to permitted construction days and hours and complaint procedures and who to notify in the event of a roblem, with teleohone numbers listed. Responsibility for Implementation Archeological consultant at the direction of the ERO. Project sponsor, contractor(s), and acoustical consultant. Mitigation Action and Schedule analysis, and interpretation of recovered archeological data. Following completion of FARR and review and approval by ERO. Prior to and during demolition and construction activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Following approval from the ERO, archeological consultant to distribute FARR. Project sponsor, contractor(s)  to submit a noise attenuation to the Department of Building Inspection. Status/Date Completed ERO. Considered complete upon certification to ERO that copies of FARR have been distributed. Considered complete upon receipt of final monitoring report at completion of construction. File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 7of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL Project Mitigation Measure
-Construction Air Quality
(Implementing Eastern Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure G-1)
The project sponsor or the project sponsor's Contractor shall comply with the following:
A. Engine Requirements.
. All off-road equipment greater than 25 hp and operating for more than total hours over the entire duration of construction activities shall have engines that meet or exceed either U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
(USEPA) or California Air Resources Board (ARB)  Tier 2 offroad emission standards, and have been retrofitted with an ARB Level 3 Verified Diesel Emissions Control Strategy. Equipment with engines meeting Tier 4 Interim or Tier 4 Final offroad emission standards automatically meet this requirement.
. Where access to alternative sources of power are available, portable diesel engines shall be prohibited.
. Diesel engines, whether for off-road or on-road equipment, shall not be left idling for more than two minutes, at any location, except as provided in exceptions to the applicable state regulations regarding idling for off-road and on-road equipment  (e.g., traffic conditions, safe operating conditions).  The Contractor shall post legible and visible signs in English, Spanish, and Chinese, in designated queuing areas and at the construction site to remind operators of the two minute idling limit.
. The Contractor shall instruct construction workers and equipment operators on the maintenance and tuning of construction equipment, and require that such workers and operators properly maintain and tune equipment in accordance with manufacturer soecifications. Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor, contractor(  s). Mitigation Action and Schedule Submit certification statement prior to construction activities requiring the use of off-road equipment. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor, contractor(s) to submit certification statement to the ERO. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon submittal of certification statement. File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Stre·et Page 8of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL B. Waivers.
. The Planning Departmenfs Environmental Review Officer or designee (ERO) may waive the alternative source of power requirement of Subsection  (A)(2) if an alternative source of power is limited or infeasible at the project site. If the ERO grants the waiver, the Contractor must submit documentation that the equipment used for onsite power generation meets the requirements of Subsection (A)(1 ). 2. The ERO may waive the equipment requirements of Subsection (A)(1) if: a particular piece of off-road equipment with an ARB Level 3 VDECS is technically not feasible; the equipment would not produce desired emissions reduction due to expected operating modes; installation of the equipment would create a safety hazard or impaired visibility for the operator;  or, there is a compelling emergency need to use off­
road equipment that is not retrofitted with an ARB Level 3 VDECS. If the ERO grants the waiver, the Contractor must use the next cleanest piece of equipment available, according to the Table below:
Table-Off-Road Equipment Compliance Step-Down Schedule Compliance Alternative Engine Emission Standard I Emissions Control Tier 2 I ARB Level 2 VDECS Tier 2 I ARB Level 1 VDECS I Tier 2 I Alternative Fuel*
How to use the table: If the ERO determines that the equipment requirements cannot be met, then the project sponsor would need to meet Compliance Alternative
. If the ERO determines that the Contractor cannot supply off-road equipment meeting Compliance Alternative 1, then the Contractor must meet Compliance Alternative 2. If the ERO determines that the Contractor cannot supply off-road equipment meeting Compliance Alternative 2, then the Contractor must meet Compliance Alternative 3. **Alternative fuels are not a VDECS. Responsibility for Mitigation Monitoring/Report Status/Date Action and Implementation Schedule Responsibility Completed File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 9of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL A Construction Emissions Minimization Plan. Before starting on-site construction activities, the Contractor shall submit a Construction Emissions Minimization Plan (Plan) to the ERO for review and approval. The Plan shall state, in reasonable detail, how the Contractor will meet the requirements of Section A
.  The Plan shall include estimates of the construction timeline by phase, with a description of each piece of off-road equipment required for every construction phase. The description may include, but is not limited to:  equipment type, equipment manufacturer, equipment identification number, engine model year, engine certification  (Tier rating), horsepower, engine serial number, and expected fuel usage and hours of operation. For VDECS installed, the description may include: technology type, serial number, make, model, manufacturer, ARB verification number level, and installation date and hour meter reading on installation date. For off-road equipment using alternative fuels, the description shall also specify the type of alternative fuel being used.
.  The project sponsor shall ensure that all applicable requirements of the Plan have been incorporated into the contract specifications.  The Plan shall include a certification statement that the Contractor agrees to comply fully with the Plan. 3. The Contractor shall make the Plan available to the public for review on-site during working hours. The Contractor shall post at the construction site a legible and visible sign summarizing the Plan. The sign shall also state that the public may ask to inspect the Plan for the project at any time during working hours and shall explain how to request to inspect the Plan. The Contractor shall post at least one copy of the sign in a visible location on each side of the construction site facing a public right-of-way. C. Monitoring. After start of Construction Activities, the Contractor shall submit quarterly reports to the ERO documenting compliance with the Plan. After completion of construction activities and prior to receiving a final certificate of occupancy, the project sponsor shall submit to the ERO a final report summarizing construction activities, including the start and end dates and duration of each construction Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor, contractor(  s). Project sponsor, contractor(  s). Mitigation Action and Schedule Prepare and submit a Plan prior to issuance of a permit specified in Section 106A.3.2.6 of the San Francisco Building Code. Submit quarterly reports. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Project sponsor, contractor(s)  and the ERO. Project sponsor, contractor(s)  and the ERO. Status/Date Completed Considered complete upon findings by the ERO that the Plan is complete. Considered complete upon findings by the ERO that the Plan is being/has been implemented. File No.2016-004905ENV 52-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street Page 10of10 EXHIBIT 1: MITIGATION MONITORING AND REPORTING PROGRAM
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PROPOSED IMPROVEMENT MEASURES TO BE ADOPTED AS CONDITIONS OF APPROVAL phase, and the specific information required in the Plan. Project Mitigation Measure 4  -Best Available Technology for Diesel Generators (Implementing Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure G-4)  Control Eastern The project sponsor shall ensure that the backup diesel generator meet or exceed one of the following emission standards for particulate matter: (1)
Tier 4 certified engine, or (2) Tier 2 or Tier 3 certified engine that is equipped with a California Air Resources Board (ARB) Level 3 Verified Diesel Emissions Control Strategy  (VDECS).  A non-verified diesel emission control strategy may be used if the filter has the same particulate matter reduction as the identical ARB verified model and if the Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD)  approves of its use.  The project sponsor shall submit documentation of compliance with the BAAQMD New Source Review permitting process (Regulation 2, Rule 2, and Regulation 2, Rule 5)
and the emission standard requirement of this mitigation measure to the Planning Department for review and approval prior to issuance of a permit for a backup diesel generator from any City agency. Project Mitigation Measure 5  -Hazardous Building Materials
(Implementing Eastern Neighborhoods PEIR Mitigation Measure L-1)
The sponsor shall ensure that any equipment containing PCBs or DEHP, such as fluorescent light ballasts, are removed and properly disposed of according to applicable federal, state, and local laws prior to the start of renovation, and that any fluorescent light tubes, which could contain mercury, are similarly removed and properly disposed of. Any other hazardous materials identified, either before or during work, shall be abated according to applicable federal, state, and local laws. Responsibility for Implementation Project sponsor Project sponsor and construction contractor(  s). Mitigation Action and Schedule Prior to issuance of permit for backup diesel generator from City agency. Prior to and during demolition and construction activities. Monitoring/Report Responsibility Submittal of plans detailing compliance and documentation of compliance with BAAQMD Regulation 2, Rules 2 and 5. The project sponsor and construction contractor(s)
to submit a report to the Department of Public Health, with copies to the Planning Department and the Department of Building Inspection, at end of the construction period. Status/Date Completed Considered complete approval of plans detailing compliance. Considered complete upon submittal of a monitoring report.
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DateofDecision (if any): December 20, 2018 Required Criteria for Granting Waiver All must be satisfied; please attach supporting materials.
------------------------------------·-~·---·-----.. -REQUIRED CRITERIA YES NO The appellant is a member of the stated neighborhood organization and is authorized to file the appeal on behalf of the organization.  Authorization may take the form of a letter signed by the President or other officer of the organization. The appellant is appealing on behalf of an organization that is registered with the Planning Department and l~I that appears on the Department's current list of neighborhood organizations. The appellant is appealing on behalf of an organization that has been in existence at least 24 months prior to the submittal of the fee waiver request. Existence may be established by evidence including that relating to the organization's activities at that time such as meeting minutes, resolutions, publications and rosters. The appellant is appealing on behalf of a neighborhood organization that is affected by the project and that is the subject of the appeal. PAGE 2 I APPLICATION· BOARD OF SUPERVISORS APPEAL FEE. WAIVER v. oe.03.201 B SAN FRANOSCO PLANNING DF.PARH-.\ENT