3846979 - Hearing - Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization - Proposed Project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street - Proj Sponsor Ltr 032919

WILLIAM M. FLEISHHACKER DIRECT DIAL: +1 415 957 3232 PERSONAL FAX: +1 415 723 7446 E-MAIL: WMFleishhacker@duanemorris.com www.duanemorris.com DUANE MORRIS LLP SPEAR TOWER, ONE MARKET PLAZA, SUITE 2200 PHONE: +1 415 957 3000 FAX: +1 415 957 3001 SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94105-1127 DM2\9744068.4 SHANGHAI ATLANTA BALTIMORE WILMINGTON MIAMI BOCA RATON PITTSBURGH NEWARK LAS VEGAS CHERRY HILL LAKE TAHOE MYANMAR OMAN A GCC REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE OF DUANE MORRIS ALLIANCES IN MEXICO AND SRI LANKA FIRM and AFFILIATE OFFICES NEW YORK LONDON SINGAPORE PHILADELPHIA CHICAGO WASHINGTON, DC SAN FRANCISCO SILICON VALLEY SAN DIEGO LOS ANGELES TAIWAN BOSTON HOUSTON AUSTIN HANOI HO CHI MINH CITY March 29, 2019 VIA HAND DELIVERY AND E-MAIL President Norman Yee and Members of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place, Room 244 San Francisco, CA 94102-4689 Re: 1052 - 1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street File No. 190097 (Appeal of Conditional Use Authorization)
Hearing Date:  April 9, 2019 Dear President Yee and Members of the Board: Our office represents Golden Properties LLC, the project applicant (“Applicant”), who submitted a Conditional Use (“CU”) Application for a proposed Project located at 1052-1056 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street (“Site”) on August 7, 2017. The proposed project includes the demolition of all existing structures, including four rent-controlled apartments, and the construction of a new seven-story, 64’-6”  tall, 58,663 gross square foot  (“gsf”)  mixed-use building with 63 residential units, 2,822 gsf of retail uses and 17 off-street parking spaces (the “Project”).  The Project will add net new units to the City’s housing inventory including 15 affordable units and will replace the four existing rent-controlled residential units. The Applicant has entered into enforceable agreements with all of the current tenants, which require the Applicant to provide relocation and rental assistance while the replacement units are being constructed, and which give the tenants a right of first refusal to return to the new replacement rent-controlled units.  On December 11, 2018 the Planning Department issued a Community Plan Exemption (“CPE”) for the proposed Project. The Project requires CU authorization for a project on a lot greater than 10,000 sq. ft. pursuant to
§121.1, a lot merger pursuant to §121.7(d)(1), and the demolition of four existing dwelling units pursuant to §317.  Additionally, the Project requires a Large Parcel Authorization for a project in an Eastern Neighborhoods Mixed-Use District pursuant to  §329, a  determination regarding Supervisor Norman Y ee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, Duane Morris Page2 significance of shadow impacts on Victoria Manalo Draves Park ("Park") pursuant to §295, as well as rear yard and exposure variances. On the morning of December 20, 2018, the Recreation and Park Commission held a duly noticed public hearing on the Project's shadow impact on the Park and found the Project's shadow to be insignificant under §295.  In the afternoon of December 20, 2018, the Planning Commission  (the
"Commission")  and Zoning Administrator held a duly noticed consolidated hearing to consider the approvals for the Proposed Project. After considering public testimony and written submissions, the Commission approved the CU and Large Project Authorization for the Project. On January 22, the South of Market Community Action Network ("SOMCAN") appealed the Conditional Use Authorization to the Board of Supervisors.1 As will be discussed in more detail below, the Project meets and is consistent with the Conditional Use criteria set forth in §303(c)  for a CU. The Commission found that the Project is consistent with all applicable Planning Code requirements.  When balancing the competing public interests of housing vs. insignificant shadow on the Park, the Commission found in favor of housing, especially affordable housing. Moreover, the Project is supported by neighborhood residents, businesses, community organizations, other others throughout the City.2 We respectfully request that the Board uphold the Planning Commission's approval and find in favor of much-needed housing (including 25°/o affordable housing) over an insignificant increase in shadow that will not have any impact on the use and enjoyment of the Park. PROJECT SITE The Site is located on the northwest corner of Folsom and Russ Streets between Sixth and Seventh Streets.  The Site consists of three lots (Assessor's Block 3731, Lots 021, 023, and 87) totaling
,500 sq. ft. The Site is located in two zoning districts within the Eastern Neighborhood Plan. Lots 21 and 23 are in the SOMA Neighborhood Commercial Transit District  ("SoMa NCT"), and Lot is located in the South of Market Residential Enclave District ("RED")  with an overlay of the SoMa Youth and Family Special Use District.  All three lots are in a 65'-X height and bulk district. SOMCAN also appealed the CPE to the Board, and that appeal will be heard at the same public hearing. Our office has submitted a separate letter to the Board opposing the CPE appeal. SOMCAN has also appealed the approval of the Large Project Authorization to the Board of Appeals, and the Zoning Administrator has yet to issue a decision on the variance application which is appealable to the Board of Appeals. Copies ofletters and petitions in support of the Project are attached as Exhibit 1. DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Yee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, Page Duane Morris The Site is improved with five buildings.  Each of the two buildings on Lot 21 have two two-bedroom residential units, and one has ground floor retail uses.  The other buildings have commercial uses and a surface parking lot. The urban context of the Project neighborhood includes commercial, urban and mixed-use buildings ranging in scale from small to large that are diverse in architectural style and exterior materials.  The older buildings range from one to four stories and newer buildings constructed after the adoption of the Eastern Neighborhood Plan are 65' or higher.  Surrounding uses include multi  -story apartment buildings, mixed use residential/retail buildings, and commercial use buildings.  Immediately to the west of the Site on Folsom Street is the Extreme Pizza restaurant with two floors of offices above. Immediately to the north on Russ Street is a two-unit live-work building, to the west on Moss Street is a 14-unit condominium building and to the South and across the street is the Park. PROPOSED PROJECT The Applicant proposes to demolish the existing buildings on the Site, merge the lots into a single lot, and construct a new seven-story, 64'6" tall, 58,663 gsf mixed use building.  The Project includes 63 residential units (three studio, 23 one-bedroom and 37 two-bedroom units), 2,822 gsf of retail divided into three retail spaces, a garage with 17 off-street parking spaces (15 of which are in car stackers, one car share parking space, and a handicapped parking space), Class I bicycle parking spaces, and Class II bicycle parking spaces between the street trees on Folsom and Russ Streets  (subject to MTA approval).  See Exhibit 2 for aerial, block face and Project photographs, site plan, floor plans, elevations, section, proposed project materials and other graphics.  The Planning Code requires 14 affordable units. The Project includes 15 affordable units
(8 two-bedroom and 7 one-bedroom units) and will replace the four demolished rent-controlled units within the Project. See Sheet A-0.4.2 of Exhibit 2 for the proposed designation of the location of the affordable and replacement units. The Project more than fulfills the usable open space requirements with three units having a total of 1,262 sq. ft. of qualified private usable open space, which vastly exceeds the 300 sq. ft. required by the Planning Code for three units.  The common usable open space for the remaining 60 units is provided in the form of a 2,420 sq. ft. rear yard deck on the second floor and a 4,351 sq. ft. roof deck.  The Project's 6,771 sq. ft. of common usable open space substantially exceeds the 5640 sq. ft. required by the Planning Code for 60 units. The design of the proposed building is modern with a distinct base, middle and top, that complements the neighboring buildings with the use of bays and varied facade planes to reduce the scale of the building.  The 20' high base along Folsom Street with transparent storefronts reflects the scale of older industrial buildings in the area.  The Folsom Street retail stores have
'-1" ceiling height providing a distinct facade when compared to the residential scale of the Russ Street fa<;ade that includes recessed landscaped entrances to each of the ground floor residential units. To deemphasize the horizontality of the building, the Russ Street fa<;ade is divided into DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Yee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, D~orris Page 4
'-30'  segments to reflect the width of the existing buildings on Russ Street.  The sixth floor is set back at the northeast corner and the seventh floor is set back from both Folsom and Russ Streets to reduce the visual height and to further minimize the minimal shadow impact of the Project on the Park.  The distinct architectural style and transparent ground floor storefronts of the Project will provide an attractive setting for the pedestrian experience. ISSUES RAISED BY APPELLANT Appellant alleges that:
. The Commission's finding that the Project Shadow is insignificant is erroneous, and the Shadow Study failed to include qualitative analysis on impact of the Project shadow on the users of the Park.
. The Massing of the Project is uncertain.
.  The plans before the Commission are uncertain because they do not include items that are required by the Building Code.
.  The Project does not meet the §303(c)  criteria for conditional use authorization. RESPONSES TO ISSUES RAISED
. The Commission's conclusion that the Project Shadow is insignificant is correct and supported by factual evidence in the record. A. Arzpellant 's allegation is overbroad and intended to create a misimpression of the actual limited duration o(the shadow impact. When determining the amount of new shadow cast by a project, the Planning Department excludes the existing shadow cast by street trees or structures and trees in a park on areas currently in shade.  In other words, shadows cast by existing buildings are considered to be an existing shadow;  any new shadow cast by a project in excess of the existing shadow is new shadow. New shadow is calculated for the time period one hour after sunrise to one hour before sunset.  June st is the longest day of the year and on that day the Project will cast the maximum new shadow, with the duration and size of the Project shadow decreasing every day before and after June Pt. The Project Sponsor commissioned PreVision Design to prepare a Shadow Study for the Project.  Under the rules of the Planning Department, PreVision is a consultant to the Planning Department and the Department dictates the content, methodology and scope of the Shadow Study. An initial shadow analysis was prepared and included with the DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Y ee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, Duane Morris Page 5 Environmental Evaluation Application submitted on August 7, 2017. The Shadow Study was revised more than once qntil the Department was satisfied that the final Shadow Study dated October 30, 2018 met all the Department's requirements.  This Shadow Study was used for the shadow discussion in the CPE published on December 11, 2018, and also for the hearings before the Recreation and Park and Planning Commissions.3 In 1989, the Planning Commission and the Recreation and Park Commission jointly adopted Resolution No. 11595, approving a memorandum setting forth criteria to be used in implementing  §295 of the Planning Code ("Proposition K"). This memorandum  (the
"Proposition K Memorandum")  sets forth criteria for determining the significance of shadow on 14 downtown parks4 and established general criteria for determining a potentially permissible quantitative limit for additional shadow, known as the absolute cumulative limit, for parks not specifically named in the memorandum.  For parks in excess of 2 acres, which during the year are shadowed less than 20 percent of the time, the Proposition K Memorandum recommends that additional shadow of up to one percent
(1 °/o) could be potentially permitted if the shadow meets the qualitative criteria of the park.  The following discussion will demonstrate that the Project will not be significant under Proposition K. B. The Quantitative Shadow Analysis o[Project Shadow on the Park Shows That it will not be Significant Under Proposition K. As stated in the Shadow Study, the existing annual shading on the Park is 7.41  %. With the Project, the new annual shading would be 7.79%, and when including cumulative projects, the new shading would be
. 87%. This equals an increase in the annual shadow load on the Park by .38%, or .46%, with cumulative projects included. Therefore, the Project's shadow, both individually and cumulatively with neighboring projects, is substantially below the 1
°/o allowance for new shadow on parks greater than 2 acres, as adopted in the 1989 Proposition K Memorandum. In terms of the timing and location of the new shadow, the Shadow Study concluded that no new shadow will be cast by the Project between October 18 through February 18. In addition, the Project's new shadow would only affect the northeast quadrant of the Park. The remaining 75o/o of the Park, including the vast majority of the children's area, the A copy of the Shadow Study dated October 30, 2018 is attached as Exhibit 3 to our letter to the Board opposing the CPE appeal. To date, the Commission has amended and raised the net shadow limits at least nine times for specific parks to accommodate proposed projects that would cast new shadow on one or more of the 14 downtown parks affected by those projects'  new shadows.  This accommodation included allowing new shadow to be cast upon parks with a zero tolerance for new shadow.
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~orris Page 6 community garden, picnic areas and ball field would not be impacted by new shadow from the Project.  Depending on the time of the year, the Project shadow would enter the Park between
: 15 and 6:00 pm, starting around February 22, and lasting until October 1 7. 5 The "worst shadow day" (the day of maximum shading from the Project)  would be June
, the longest day of the year. On this day new shadow would be cast on the Park for approximately 1 hour and 36 minutes.  New shadow reaches the northern edge of the Park at 6:00p.m., at 6:15p.m.  two very slender finger like shadows would reach the edge of the basketball court, one at center court and the other near the free throw line, at 6:30p.m.  the new shadow would cover approximately 35%
of the northwest corner of the basketball court.  At 6:45 p.m.  new shadow would extend over almost the entire northeastern half of basketball court, and a small portion of the entry path.  At 7:00p.m.  the new shadow will extend to both sides of the entry path.  At 7: 15 p.m. the new shadow would cover the northern half of the basketball court, the northern tip of the children's playground, the entrance path, and would reach the top of the oval grass area. C. The Qualitative Analvsis o(the Project Shadow on the Park Shows No Adverse Effect on the Park Users. Contrary to the assertion of Appellant, the Shadow Study also included a qualitative analysis of the impact of the new shadow on Park users.  Pre Vision conducted visual surveys of park usage between May 18th and May 21st 2018, including both a weekend and weekday.  The surveys found that usage was higher during weekday midday and afternoon time periods, as well as during the weekend mornings and midday times. Therefore, even on the  "worst shadow day", the Project new shadow would not affect a substantial number of users. The Shadow Study also noted that the portions of the Park could be more sensitive to addition of new shadow, specifically the basketball court, children's play area, and the park's fixed benches, tables and seating area. Some of these areas (half the basketball court, a small portion of the play area and seven fixed benches)  would receive new shadow in the late afternoon and evenings, when significantly lower numbers of users were observed relative to peak usage at midday. Overall there was no clear pattern of diminished use of areas with or without existing shadows. Opponents of the Project testified before the Commission alleging decreased sun light during the day that would affect park users, especially for young school children. However, as noted above, the earliest new shadow will be cast by the Project is
: 15 p.m. For example, on March 1, the new shadow would first enter the park at 5:15 pm; and on April 5, the new shadow would begin at 5:45pm.  From around early May until mid-August, the new shadow would not enter the Park until
:00pm. DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Y ee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, Duane Morris Page 7 in the evening in February. On June 21st, the date the new shadow has the greatest impact on the Park only a small portion of the children's play area is impacted at 7:30p.m.  in the eventng. As previously stated, the Department's methodology for §295 shadow analysis does not take into consideration existing shadow cast on the Park by street trees, trees and structures within the Park. Nevertheless, photographs of the Park taken on June 21, 2015 between
:22p.m. and 7:25p.m. show that much of the area that would be affected by "new Project shadow"
are already covered by existing shadow from all sources including the surrounding buildings, street trees, structures and trees within the Park. (See photos attached hereto as Exhibit 3.)  These photographs also show that only a few people were using the Park during the hours when the most "new shadow" would be cast by the Project. Only four  ( 4)  individuals used the basketball court, two (2) individuals sat on the second park bench at the edge of the raised grass area where many residents walk and socialize their dogs near the Folsom Street entry and two people were sitting on the 6th bench in the sun. In addition, being aware of the community's concern regarding new shadow on the basketball court and suggestions for a lower building, the Applicant commissioned Pre Vision Design to analyze the June 21 shadow impact on the Park of a 55'  building and a
' building (which is not subject to Proposition K) and to compare them with the new shadow cast on the Park by the proposed 65' high Project. Attached as Exhibit 4 are the graphics prepared by Pre Vision comparing the shadows cast by existing building, a 40'
building, a 55'  building and a 65'  building.  A narrative description of the shadow impacts depicted in the graphics follow.
(i) Shadow Impact of a 55'  building

• New shadow would reach past the curb at 6:00p.m.

• At 6:15p.m., two very slender, finger like shadows would reach the edge of the basketball court, one at center court and the other near the free throw line.

• At 6:30 p.m., the new shadow would cover approximately 35% of the northwest corner of the basketball court.

• At 6:45 p.m.  new shadow would extend onto the grass area beyond the basketball court and a small area of the entry path.

• At 7:00p.m. the new shadow would cover the northern half of the basketball court and both sides of the entry path. DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Y ee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, ~orris Page 8

• By 7:15p.m., new shadow would cover the northern half of the basketball court, the northern tip of the children's playground, and would reach the top of the oval grass area beyond the entry path.

• At 7:30p.m., new shadow would cover the northern half of the basketball court, the northern tip of the children's playground, both sides of the entry path and would shadow about half of the oval grass area.

• At 7:35 p.m.  the 55'  building shadow would extend to cover about three-quarters of the oval grass area. To summarize, and as demonstrated clearly by the graphic comparison, the shadow of a 55'  high building would not be substantially different from a 65'  high building, and would have de minimus effect on the Park and its users.
(ii) Shadow Impact of a 40' building Proposition K does not apply to projects up to
' high.  Thus, a §295 shadow analysis would not be required for a
' high project, regardless of the amount of new shadow that it would cast on the Park.  Nevertheless, as shown, a 40' building would have the following shadow impact on the Park:

• By 6:30 p.m., a 40' high building will almost begin to cast new shadow on the basketball court.

• By 6:45p.m., new shadow extends to the edge of the basketball court.

• By 7:00p.m., new shadow will cover approximately 55% of the northwest quadrant of the basketball court.

• By 7: 15 p.m., new shadow will extend to the entire northeastern half of the basketball court.

• By 7:30 p.m., the new shadow will cover the entire northern half of the basketball court, extend to both sides of the entry path, the northern tip of the children's playground and touch the top of the oval grass area.

• By 7:35 p.m., the shadow of a shadow of a 40' high building will begin to encroach to the top of the oval grass area as well. Thus, a 40'  high building, which would not be subject to §295 shadow analysis, would cast new shadow on June 21 by 6:30 p.m., and after 7:00 p.m., would cast shadows similar to that cast by the Project on the basketball court; and by 7:35p.m., the entire DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Yee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, ~orris Page 9 basketball court would be entirely in shadow. 6 D. The Benefits o(the Project Substantially Outweigh the Insignificant Impact o(the Shadow On the Park. The Proposition K Memorandum provides that the qualitative criteria to be used in determining significance of new shadow impacts should include an evaluation of the
"public good served by the buildings casting new shadow."  Thus, when assessing shadow impacts from the Project, it is appropriate to balance the impact of any new shadow on those who use the Park versus the Project's positive benefit to the citizens of San Francisco. The Projects benefits that should be considered include:
. The Project will provide 59 new housing units and replace the 4 two-bedroom rent controlled units on site.
. The replacement units will preserve the number of existing rent-controlled units in the City, thus preserving and enhancing the economic diversity of the neighborhood.
. The existing residential tenants ("Tenants") will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation units until the Project has been issued a Certificate of Occupancy. 7
. The Project will be a rental building but will record a condominium map to place the four replacement units into a single condominium parcel. 8
. 58% (37 of 63) of the units will be two-bedroom units suitable for families.
. 15 (or 25%) of the 59 units will be affordable units (10 units for low income households, two units for moderate income households, and three units will be affordable to middle-class households), exceeding the required number of affordable units. The similarities in impacts from a 40' high building was noted by Commissioner Hillis at the December th Planning Commission hearing. See Exhibit 4 (Partial Transcript of December 20th Planning Commission Hearing), at Page 2, Lines 13-17. The rent levels for the temporary and replacement units for the Tenants would be equivalents to rents affordable to household earning
% of AMI, subject to allowable increase by rent control. This parcel will include a recorded notice of special restriction providing that the replacement units will remain forever as rent-controlled units. DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Yee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, Duane Morris Page 10 . Two inefficient retail storefronts will be replaced by three attractive new retail spaces with transparent store fronts and
' high ceilings meeting the needs of current retailers, enhancing the pedestrian experience, and contributing to the Department's vision to develop Folsom Street as a pedestrian shopping street.
. The Project will pay the required impact fees, a portion of which is allocated for SoMa open space facility development and improvement.
. The Application will donate $150,000 which will be used to continue the funding of the Park's bathroom security program when the current funding by the Board of Supervisors ends.9 In considering the benefits of the Project, and specifically the affordable units provided in a larger 65' high building, it must be noted that eliminating the amount of net new shadow from the Project would have a substantial impact on the number of market rate and affordable housing units produced by the Project. However, as compared to the Proposed Project, the net new shadow impact of a 55'  high building would be insignificant.  After
:15 p.m., the net new shadow cast by a
' high building on the Park would not be significantly less than the shadow cast by the Proposed Project. However, as shown by the chart below, these smaller projects  (and a "no shadow"  alternative), would provide significantly fewer market rate and affordable housing units:
COMPARISON TABLE OF AFFORDABLE UNITS Project Total new units Affordable units Proposed Project 59 15 Foot Project Foot Project 39 10 No New Shadow 17 2 There was no evidence provided at the hearing or in the Appellant's appeal statement that any new shadow from the Project will significantly impact the use and enjoyment of the Park. In fact, as noted by Commissioner Anderson at the Recreation and Park Commission The Recreation and Park Department has informed the Applicant that the funds should be designated for the Park's bathroom security program and channeled through the San Francisco Parks Alliance.  This contribution will allow the Recreation and Park Department to extend a Board of Supervisors'  funded program that currently provides security at the Park. DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Yee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, ~orris Page 11 meeting, the shadow impact "is not a barrier to use.  It's just maybe going to have you walk in a different  - -or use a different part of the park if you happen to be there between 6: 15 and 7: 15." (See Exhibit 6, Partial Transcript of December 20th Recreation and Park Commission Hearing, at Page 3, Lines 1 0-13.)
Commissioner Anderson further explained the proper balancing of shadow impacts versus public benefits that should be considered under the Proposition K Memorand~m:
[I] do feel like if that project goes forward it's probably going to bring 0 to 180 new residents who will want to use our parks and will use our parks, which will help shed light in that park.  We build homes and then we build parks for the enjoyment of the people in the homes. We don't use parks to keep people from being in homes.
(Exhibit 6, Lines 17-25.)
Thus, when considering the criteria set forth on the Proposition K Memorandum  (the location and size of the shadow, the time of day the shadow is cast, the duration of the shadow, and the public good served by the building casting the shadow), the Recreation and Park Commission and the Planning Commission correctly concluded that the shadow impact would be insignificant.1° For these reasons, the Board should arrive at the same conclusion.
. The Project Massing is clearly defined and appropriate for the Site. Appellant's bald and unsubstantiated assertion that the Project massing is uncertain is contradicted by the Project plans.  The floor plans have all the exterior dimensions of the Project including the width, depths and heights of the building, including the height of elevator and stair penthouses.  The Planning Department found that the plans and dimensions provided were more than sufficient for a shadow study. The interior unit design shows interior demising walls between units and the two means of egress.  The locations and heights of the stair and elevator penthouses are clearly identified.  The mechanical venting being the same height or lower than the parapets are irrelevant to analyzing the Project shadow on the Park. Thus, Appellant's contention is specious. The Site is a comer lot and a higher height is appropriate.  The Project's massing and height comply with the applicable Planning Code and the General Plan Neighborhood Area Plan As noted in Appellant's statement, the Applicant had proposed a smaller project on a portion of the Site, which has a similar, but smaller shadow impact on the Park. The Recreation and Park Commission reviewed this smaller proposed project in 15 and determined that the shadow impacts were significant.  The 2013 project proposed only nine dwelling units, and included no community benefits. While the shadow impacts from the Project are larger, the public benefit will provide affordable and other community benefits as discussed on page 9 above. DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Y ee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, ~orris Page 12 prov1s1on. Finally, it is the policy of the City to maximize the number of new housing units, both affordable and market rate.
. The plans before the Commission are sufficient for a Conditional Use application!. The plans before the Commission are sufficient for an environmental review, a Conditional Use and a Large Project Authorization, the Variance application, and the Shadow Study. The building permit for this Project is a site permit which is allowed under the Building Code. 11 The Planning Department and Planning Commission have no jurisdiction over compliance with the Building Code
--that duty falls under the jurisdiction of the Department of Building Inspection.  The Project is a new building, not a substantial or major renovation that may result in an illegal demolition.  Therefore, Appellant's allegation ignores the permit process and is devoid of merit.
. The Project meets and is consistent with the §303(c)  Criteria for Conditional Use Authorization. Please refer to pages 4 to 9 of the Applicant's letter to the Planning Commission, for discussion of the project's consistency with the criteria of §303( c) and  §317(g)(5)  for demolition of existing residential units. See also Pages 5 -13 of Planning Commission Motion No. 361, approving the CU. CONCLUSION The Site is currently underutilized.  The Conditional Use Authorization will create a sufficiently large parcel to allow the construction of a mixed-use building with 63 units. 59% of the units will be two-bedroom family sized units.  25% of the units will be affordable units. The existing four rent control units on the Site will be replaced within the Project, maintaining the number of existing rent control units in the City's housing stock. The Planning Department has found the Project Shadow to be insignificant under CEQA and Proposition K. Both the Commission and the Recreation and Park Commission, after duly noticed public hearings, found the Project's impact to be insignificant under §295 of the Planning Code.  The Project's new shadow occurs no earlier than 5:15 p.m.  in the evening and the 0.46%
cumulative annual increase is well within the allowable 1% additional shadow budget.  The Project will have a de minimus effect on the users of the Park. An increase in the housing stock, especially affordable housing, has been a long standing priority policy of the City and the State.  But this is particularly important today, given San II Issuance of a site permit does not authorize construction until the submission of addenda and the addenda are approved.  The addenda are the construction documents. DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Y ee, President of the Board of Supervisors March 29, 2019 Page 13 Duane Morris Francisco's housing crisis. The Commission properly balanced the competing public interests of housing vs. new shadow on the Park under  §295. The Board should also properly balance these competing interests, and not sacrifice the addition of necessary new market-rate and affordable units for an insignificant increase of shadow on the Park. That is why the Commission supported the Project and why the Project is broadly supported by residents and businesses in the area, community organizations such as the Tenderloin Housing Clinic, and others throughout the City.
(See Exhibit 1.)
For all of these reasons, the Conditional Use Authorization should be affirmed by the Board. Very truly yours DUANE MORRIS LLP
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William M. Fleishhacker Attachments:  Exhibits 1 through
. cc:  Supervisor Vallie Brown Supervisor Sandra Lee Fewer Supervisor Matt Haney Supervisor Rafael Mandelman Supervisor Gordon Mar Supervisor Aaron Peskin Supervisor Hillary Ronen Supervisor Ahasha Safai Supervisor Catherine Stefani Supervisor Shamann Walton Angela Calvillo, Clerk of the Board Alisa Somera, Deputy Clerk John Rahaim,  (Director. Planning Department)
Lisa Gibson
(Planning Department Environmental Review)
Rich Sucre
(Project Planner)
Christopher Espiritu (Environmental Review Planner)
Sue Restor  (via e-mail and U.S. Mail)
Paul Iantomo Reza Khoshnevisan
(Project Architect)
DM2\<4068.4 Supervisor Norman Y ee, President of the Board of Supervisors March
,2019 Duane Morris Page 14 Exhibit 1 Exhibit 2 Exhibit 3 Exhibit 4 Exhibit 5 Exhibit 6 DM2\<4068.4 TABLE OF EXHIBITS Letters and Petitions in Support of the Project Aerial, block face and project  ·photographs, site plan, floor plans, elevations, section, proposed project materials and other graphics. Photographs of the Park taken on June 21, 2015 between 7:22p.m.  and 7:25p.m. showing existing shadow on the Park from existing buildings and trees. Shadow graphics comparing the shadows cast by existing building, a
' building, a 55'  building and a 65'  building. Partial Transcript of December 20th, 2018 Planning Commission Hearing. Partial Transcript of December 20th, 2018 Recreation and Park Commission Hearing. December 19, 2018 Commissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission McLaren Lodge-Golden Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco, CA 94117 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commissioners, I, Manuela Carrillo, a tenant of 1056 Folsom St, in San Francisco, California, work at Bessie Carmichael.  I have worked at Bessie Carmichael Elementary, located on 735 th Street, for 31 years. As a resident and employee I am aware that the students of Bessie Carmichael Elementary School use the Victor Manalo Drave Park during school hours ,which are from 8:40am to 2:40pm. I support the proposed project at 52 to 1060 Folsom Street. Thank you, Manuela Carrillo December 18, 2018 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Re: Proposed Building at 1052-1058 Folsom Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
My name is Viviana C. Ruiz. I was born on June 23, 2000 and have been at 1054 Folsom Streeet ever since. I understand that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets, which affects our long-term tenancy. From what I have been told by my mother, the project will benefit the community by: building needed and housing units, while at the same time, preserving the long-term rent-controlled units such as ours.  The plans call for attractive apartment building, consistent with the neighborhood and the changing needs of the neighborhood. I am supportive of the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Streets. I understand that it will go before the planning commission on December 20, 2018. My parents have reviewed the plans and have spoken to the developers.  The proposed project maximizes the number of units the lots can accommodate, while adding to the city's rental inventory for the city's much-needed housing. It is to my understanding that the developers will provide 25%
BMR units for low-income residents and donate an additional  $150,000 to the neighboring park. Golden Properties, LLC has gone to lengths to ensure that our temporary relocation creates the least amount of hardship, and that we will ultimately come back to a new apartment in the same general location, at the rent-controlled rate. I believe that this is a well though-out project which balances the need for housing with a certain giving-back to the community. Sincerely, Viviana Ruiz 5.627.7379 December 17, 2018 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Re: Proposed Building at 1052-1058 Folsom Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
My name is Carolina Carrillo. I have resided at 1054 Folsom Street , San Francisco, CA., since December 80 . I have three children and all of them were born and raised in the South of Market neighborhood. I understand that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets , which affects our long-term tenancy . From what I have learned , the project will benefit the community by: building needed and housing units, while at the same time, preserving the long-term rent-controlled units such as ours.  The plans call for attractive apartment building , consistent with the neighborhood and the changing needs of the neighborhood . I support the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Streets. I understand that it will go before the planning commission on December 20, 2018.  I have reviewed the plans and have spoken to the developers. The proposed project maximizes the number of units the lots can accommodate , while adding to the city's rental inventory for the city's much-needed housing. It is to my understanding that the developers will provide 25% BMR units for low­
income residents and donate an additional  $150,000 to the neighboring park. Golden Properties, LLC has gone to lengths to ensure that our temporary relocation creates the least amount of hardship, and that we will ultimately come back to a new apartment in the same I
general location, at the rent-controlled rate. I believe that this is a well though-out project which balances the need for housing with a certain giving-back to the community. Sincerely , fl f!c~r-Carolina Carrillo 5.350.2985 Commissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission McLaren Lodge-Golden Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco , CA 9411 7 Re:  Proposed Building at 1052-1058 Folsom Street Dear Commissioner President Buell and Recreation and Park Commission:
My name is Brisa Carrillo and I was born and raised in 56 Folsom Street, San Francisco 94103. My family and I have been living here for over 37 years.  Throughout the years , we've have a few landlords but Golden Properties has been treating us well.  In seeking to accomplish its goals as developer, Golden Properties has considered the interests of us long-term tenants who enjoy rent-control and could not otherwise remain in San Francisco.  Golden Properties listened to our requests and has worked with us in good faith through the process of coming to a comprehensive the relocation agreement.  Whereas an owner could seek tenant displacement through the Rent Ordinance, Golden Properties is providing my family and me relocation assistance, including as relocation funds and a temporary relocation unit during the construction phase, and ultimately, a replacement unit. Thus, once the construction project is completed, my understanding is that my family and I will return to a newly-built unit at the same monthly rent-controlled rate. Because of the efforts of Golden Properties and Paul Iantomo, my family and I are in support ofthe proposed building project at the comer of Folsom and Russ Street. After reviewing the plans , we are excited this is happening.  From what we have seen, we believe this will be a I
positive change to the South of Market area. Our understanding is that 28% of the project will be affordable units and
$150,000 will be also donated for security services at the park across the street  (Victoria Manolo Draves Park). My family and I believe that this this project seeks to balances the need for new housing, and the preservation of rent-controlled housing, which avoids undue destruction of the fabric of, and represents a pouring back into, our community. Sincerely , Brisa I. Carrillo Francisco J. Carrillo Manuela A. Carrillo
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My name is Abraham Gonzalez. I have resided at 1054 Folsom Street, San Francisco, CA., since May 1985. I was born and raised in the South of Market neighborhood. I understand that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the lots on the corner of Russ and·
Folsom Streets, which affects our long-term tenancy. From·what I have learned, the project will benefit the community by: building needed and housing units, while at the same time, preserving the long-term rent-controlled units such as ours.  The plans call for attractive apartment building, consistent with the neighborhood and the changing needs of the neighborhood. I support the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Streets. I understand that it will go before the planning commission on December 20, 2018.  I have reviewed the plans. The proposed project maximizes the number of units the lots can accommodate, while adding to the city's rental inventory for the city's much-needed housing. It is to my understanding that the developers will provide 25% BMR units for low-Income residents and donate an additional $150,000 to the neighboring park. Golden Properties, LLC has gone to lengths to ensure that our temporary relocation creates the least amount of hardship, and that we will ultimately come back to a new apartment in the same general location, at the rent­
controlled rate. I believe that this is a well though-out project which balances the need for housing with a certain giving-back to the community.
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Folsom &  Russ Project Dear Mr. Buell, My name is Adam Mesnick and I am the owner and full-time operator of The Deli Board, a lunchtime restaurant. I have operated from this space since August 2011. I would like to voice my support for this project. Introducing these 63 additional rental units, including affordable rental units, will help clean up and modernize the corner of Folsom and Russ Street. Opposition to this project at the previous hearing, focused entirely on the shadow would have on Victoria Manalo Draves Park late in the day.  Patrons of the park testified that they rely and depend on their use of that recreational area.  Enjoyment of the park would not be affected by this infrequent shadow, affecting less than one half of one percent of the park square area. Moreover, I understand that the developers will donate $150,000 to the park to make it safer for children. FONDUE COWBOY1052A Folsom StreetSan Francisco, CA 94103December 14, 2018 Commissioner Mark Buell
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San Francisco, CA 94117 Re:  Folsom & Russ Project Dear Mr. Buell, I have been the owner and operator of The Fondue Cowboy restaurant since early 2009.  My restaurant is located at the corner of Folsom and Russ Street.  It's part of the commercial space for the condo project that will go before the Planning Commission on December 20, 2018. I'm writing to you today in support of this project. After reviewing the plans and speaking in depth with the developers, I believe this is an exceptionally well designed project that provides a much-needed boost to the city's housing stock.  The project will also support the local business economy, including my own restaurant, location within the project. We continue to face a housing shortage in San Francisco, especially for affordable housing.  I understand that all of the 63 units in the project will be rental units, and 25 percent of the units will be affordable units. The developers have informed me that they will make a generous donation of  $150,000 to the Victoria Manolo Draves Park to make the park safer for children. I've heard that opponents of the project object to the extremely small shadow that the project casts upon the park, after 6 p.m., during five months of the year.  In my humble opinion, any detriment associated with this tiny shadow is easily outweighed by the enormous benefits to our community. Sincerely, David Mur, Owner San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance December 14, 2018 Commissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission Mclaren Lodge -Golden Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco, CA 94117 Re:  Folsom  & Russ Project Dear Mr. Buell, I am the President of the San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance, a group that supports the leather, motorcycle, kink and fetish communities. We operate SF Catalyst  (sfcatalyst.org), a community-run educational and social space in SOMA. Many of the events sponsored by SF Catalyst are held at the large space we rent at 1060 Folsom St. This space is part of the future commercial space for the Folsom & Russ condo project that will go before the Planning Commission on December 20, 2018. We are pleased that the developers of the project will be extending an invitation for us to return to the space upon project completion, and we would like to voice our support for this project. We understand that the Folsom & Russ project consists of 63 rental units, many of which are below market rate units. In our opinion, the project will help address the severe housing shortage while lending support to the diverse local community, including the LGBTQ and Leather Cultural District. The Leather Cultural District is a cultural district in the South of Market neighborhood commemorating the history and culture of the leather subculture active in the area for approximately half a century. The San Francisco Board of Supervisors established the district in May 18, and a ribbon cutting in June was held outside The Stud on 9th St., the city's oldest gay bar. The aim of the district is to "honor and commemorate the people, places and institutions that gave South of Market its distinctive culture and appeal, and would also help protect the remaining businesses and spaces, and sustain the people who live, work and recreate there". Sincerely, Angel Garfold President, San Francisco Bay Area Leather Alliance NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FILIPINO AMERICAN ASSOCIATIONS 2429 OCEAN AVENUE AVENUE SAN FRANCISCO , CALIFORNIA 94127 Phone 415 564 6262 March 26, 2019 Angela Calvillo Clerk of the Board, City Hall Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place Rm. 244 San Francisco, CA Dear Ms Calvillo, My Name is Rudy Asercion; I am a Commissioner for the Veterans War Memorial Commission of the American Legion and Chief Executive Officer of the San Francisco Chapter of the Federation of Filipino American Associations,  (NaFFAA) a non-profit which is recognized by Washington policy-makers, as the voice of Filipinos and Filipino Americans throughout the United States. It is a non -partisan, a national affiliation of more than five hundred Filipino American institutions and organizations. Its' thirteen NaFFAA regions represent the almost four million Filipino-Americans in the Continental United States including Hawaii, Guam and the Marianas. I am a member of the Filipino community that advocated for The City to name the Park in the South of Market after Victoria Manalo Draves. I am also the person responsible for Installing the bronze plaque that tells the story of SoMA born Victoria at the entrance to the two-acre play park that bears her name . I am writing in support of Golden Properties, LLC, the project sponsor of 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street.  As a good corporate citizen, Golden Properties has a track record of supporting local events and campaigns that promote cultural diversity in San Francisco . A good example of the community partnership Golden Properties established with the Filipino community is the sponsorship of the Union Square Plaque Project, the gifting of a
contextual Bronze Plaque that accurately portrays the struggles in the Philippines after the United States took possession of the Philippine Islands. Victoria Manalo Draves, the first Asian American woman to win a Gold Medal in the Olympics passed on April 11, 2010 but if she is here with us today , she will tell you that her City's desperate need for more housing outweighs the shadow this project casts on her park. Speaking on Victoria 's behalf , I urge you to approve the Golden Properties , LLC project with recommendation they are a good corporate citizen and a valid community partner. Rotary Club of San Francisco Sunset March 26, 2019 March 26, 2019 Angela Calvillo Clerk of the Board Dr . Carlton B. Goodlett Place Rm. 244 San Francisco, CA 94102 Dear Ms Calvillo, OvcUtta.ry People­
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rchitectural office and home at 172 Russ St.  is adjacent to the project site. I have reviewed the project drawings and I support the project, inc luding its proposed 65'  height and the building massing. I have a
lso seen the shadow study prepared for this project which shows that additional shadows will fall primarily on a por tion of Victoria Manalo Draves park which is slated to become a dog park.  I am pretty sure that my dog, Seamus t he Greyhound, will not mind shading on his dog park.  I am a twice daily user of that park, mostly with Seamus at my side, and I see no problem whatsoever from additional shading on t he park which will occur during late summer afternoons. T
his project brings 63 units of much needed housing to our neighborhood.  Four of those units are for t
he existing tenants at the property. For them, the lantorno's have agreed to pay for their relocation a
nd will bring them back to the new building into new rent-controlled apartments. And, the lantorno's have agreed to go well beyond what San Francisco requires of them in terms of providing Below Market R
ate units.  They will provide 25% of the units as Below Market Rate units.  I believe that the San F
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Dear President Hillis and Members of the Planning Commission,
.  The San Francisco Apartment Association would like to express its support and ask for your approval of the proposed mixed use development at 1052-1060 Folsom Street and 190-194 Russ Street.  The SF AA believes that the proposed project represents a win-win, offering an impressive array of benefits to the community while also delivering badly needed affordable, market rate, and family housing to the neighborhood and city.  In addition to maximizing use of the site, where the number of homes for San Franciscans will go from 4 apartments to 63 apartments, the development will offer:

• %  Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 25% (15 new and 4 replacement un its)  will be affordable.

• $15
,000 to Victoria Manolo Draves Park.  The Recreation and Park Department, in c
oordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security a t the park, which improves safety for children, adults and all visitors to the park.

• R eplacement Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be p rovided with relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction. Up on building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the un its will remain rent controlled.

• F amily Housing.  58% (37 of 63)  of the units will be two-bedroom units.

• N ew Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be r
eplaced with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20'  l" ceiling heights, providing a m ore attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving p ublic safety. This proposal strikes the right balance and offers what the City and County of San Francisco tends to look for in a multifamily development:  a significant percentage of affordable housing, family-sized homes, funding for community benefits, replacement rent-controlled housing, and 5 Ivy Street, San Francisco, California 94102 Telephone:  (415) 255-2288 Fax: (415)  255-1112 www.sfaa.or g
December 15, 2018 Commissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission McLaren Lodge - Golden Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco, CA 94117 Commissioner Rich Hillis President, Planning Commission 50 Mission Street, 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94103 Re: Proposed building at 1052-1560 Folsom Street Dear Commissioners, I am the business owner of a Folsom Street restaurant located at 1123 Folsom Street, one block away from the proposed structure at 1051-1560 Folsom Street.  I am writing in support of the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Street. I have met twice with the developer who explained to me his vision for the project.  As a small business owner in an “up and coming” neighborhood in San Francisco, I often hear about the shortage of housing in areas in our are of SOMA; having this additional housing stock should alleviate the short-fall and help to lower asking rents.  And as a small business owner, having more residents near my restaurant helps with our business. Additionally, I understand the project incorporates a significant amount of below market rate units as well as a sizeable donation of $150,000 to the local park, and a generous relocation plan for existing residents(which includes relocation back to the property) for existing residents.  I appreciate this generous gesture, which helps to keep the existing residents in the neighborhood, while improving the appearance of the surrounding public play-areas. I agree with the Planning Department statement that the project is necessary, desirable, and compatible with the surrounding neighborhood, and not to be detrimental to persons or adjacent properties in the vicinity.  I cannot see a downside in the proposal 1051-1560 Folsom Street. Therefore, I am in full support of this project and would be happy to answer any questions regarding my letter of support. Sincerely, Kingston Wu San Francisco Resident & Business Owner Brady Street San Francisco, CA 94103 5 541 9001 info@sfhac.org www.sfhac.org The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition advocates for the creation of well-designed, well-located housing, at ALL levels of affordability, to meet the needs of San Franciscans, present and future. December 17, 2018 Commissioner Richard Hillis President of Planning Commission 50 Mission Street, 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94103 Subject: Proposed Project at 1052 to 1060 Folsom Street. Dear Commissioner Hillis, On behalf of the San Francisco Housing Action Coalition (SFHAC), I would like to share our thoughts on the proposed project at 1052-1060 Folsom Street.  SFHAC’s Project Review Committee has not formally reviewed or endorsed this proposal, so our comments are to be considered general. The Project is a mixed-use development with ground floor retail along Folsom Street and 63 residential units.  We believe that the project aligns with SFHAC’s goals of increasing the supply of well-designed, well-located housing at all levels of affordability. We do understand that there is a  problematic history specifically related to this site and we take that concern seriously. As we understand it, the project sponsor has shown the desire to make up for past mistakes and we certainly believe in the spirit of Saint Francis, that second chances are deserved. The Project will redevelop currently underutilized lots that contain four residential units, retail and commercial uses.  The proposed project will add 59 new rental units to the City's housing stock, of which 25  %  (15 units)  will be on-site affordable units and we applaud projects that go above and beyond the minimum requirement.  In addition, 58% (or 37) of the Project’s 63 units will be family housing with two bedrooms, which far exceeds the 40% required by the Planning Code. Brady Street San Francisco, CA 94103 5 541 9001 info@sfhac.org www.sfhac.org The San Francisco Housing Action Coalition advocates for the creation of well-designed, well-located housing, at ALL levels of affordability, to meet the needs of San Franciscans, present and future. While the Project will demolish four existing dwelling units, the Project includes four replacement rent controlled units, resulting in no loss to the City's rent controlled unit inventory.  Moreover, we understand the existing tenants will be provided relocation and rent assistance while they are temporarily relocated in other dwelling units until the four replacement rent control units are available for their occupancy.  The tenants'  rent will only be increased by an amount that is allowable under rent control criteria. The design of the proposed building is appropriate in scale and massing as contemplated by the Eastern Neighborhood Plan.  The Project provides 17 off-street parking spaces, substantially less than allowed under the Planning Code. Finally, the proposed project will generate approximately $900,000 in impact fees.  A portion of the approximately  $500,000 Eastern Neighborhood impact fee will be used for affordable housing and open space.  Other fees will be for SFMTA and for childcare. This type of projects strikes us as high quality urban in-fill housing. Cheers, Todd David Executive Director, SFHAC LAW OFFICES OF MAYOR JOSEPH L. ALIOTO AND
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& Russ St. being considered next Thursday, December 20, at the Recreation and Parks Commission and the Planning Commission hearings. As San Francisco continues to struggle with a housing crisis, our Mayor is committed to accelerating the pace of housing construction, with a goal of creating 5,000 new units of housing annually.  This cannot be accomplished unless we approve willing and capable developer's zoning and code compliant project proposals for medium and large developments. The ground up project at Folsom
& Russ St. addresses this issue, with 63 new rental units, including 3 studios, one-bedroom and 37 two-bedroom units. 25% or 15 of the units will be dedicated San Francisco inclusionary below market rate housing, serving the need for affordable units.  This percentage excludes the four existing, rent-controlled apartments, where the families will be temporarily relocated to newly renovated homes the developer has offered with adequate relocation funding. Upon project completion, these families will be retumed to brand new units in the Folsom
& Russ St. project with no increase in rent.  I understand that the proposed project will also generate about
$900,000 in required impact fees, a portion will go to the SoMa open space facilities development and improvement and affordable housing, transportation and infrastructure projects. These housing unit and impact fees are what San Franciscans want and need. Although there is a shadow cast by the proposed project, the quantitative data is well below half of the allottable cumulative shadow of a newly proposed project. The Planning Department has already found that the additional shadow would not be adverse and is not expected to interfere with the use of the Victoria Manolo Draves Park. According to the February
, 1989 memo on the Sunlight Ordinance  (Section 295 of the Planning Code), the additional public benefits offered would justify the
"Public Good Served by Shadow Caster."
All things considered, the project at Folsom & Russ St. seems well planned and highly desirable, fully in step with the goal of making San Francisco a more livable city. I have zero financial interest in this project;  my interest is solely in the interest of our great City. Angela M. Alioto December	16,	2018 Commissioner	Mark	Buell President,	Recreation	and	Park	Commission McLaren	Lodge	-	Golden	Gate	Park 1	Stanyan	Street San	Francisco,	CA	94117 Commissioner	Rich	Hillis President,	Planning	Commission 50	Mission	Street,	4th	Floor San	Francisco,	CA	94103 Re: Proposed	building	at	1052-1560	Folsom	Street Dear	Commissioners, I	am	a	local	chef	that	runs	a	pop-up	restaurant	and	catering	kitchen	a	block	away	from	the proposed	project	sight.		I	am	writing	in	support	of	the	proposed	building	project	at	the	corner	of Folsom	and	Russ	Street	that	will	go	before	the	planning	commission	on	December	20,	2018. After	reviewing	the	plans	and	the	shadow	impact,	speaking	to	the	developers,	the	proposed project	maximizes	the	number	of	units,	while	adding	to	the	city’s	rental	inventory	for	the	city’s much-needed	housing. It	is	to	my	understanding	that	the	developers	will	provide	25%	bmr’s	for	low	income	residents and	donate	$150,000	to	the	neighboring	park. I	believe	that	this	is	a	well-designed	project	which	balances	the	need	for	housing	while	giving back	to	the	community. The	project	will	bring	more	people	to	the	existing	businesses	which	will	stimulate	the neighborhood	economy. I	kindly	ask	you	to	grant	this	project. Sincerely, Ronnie	Taylor San	Francisco	Resident	&	Chef	of	Trademark	Sports	Bar	&	Eatery Cat Club 90 Folsom Street, San Francisco CA 94103 Tel. (415) 264-2882 December 11, 2018 Mr. DougVu Principal Planner Planning Department City and County of San Francisco 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco , CA 94103 Dear Mr. Vu., I am writing in support of the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Street that will be scheduled at the planning commi ss ion on December 20, 2018. After reviewing the plans and speaking to the developers in depth about the project, the proposed project maximizes the number of units the lots can accommodate while adding to the city's rental inventory for the much-needed housing San Francisco needs. It is to my understanding that the developers will provide 25% of The Below Rate Units for qualified lower income residents and donate $150,000 to the Victoria Manolo Draves Park for the security attendant program. I believe that this Building Project which balances the need for housing while giving back to the community. Sincerely, Eric Chung Managing Member Commissio ner Mark Buell P re sident , Recreation and Park Commission Mc laren L odge-Gol den Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco , CA 94117 R i ch H illi s Commission P residen t San Franci sco Planning Departm ent 50 M ission Street , Suite 400 San Francisco , CA 9410 3 Dear Commissioner s :
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutili zed lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units . Of the 63 rental units, 25% of the new 59 new units are below mar ke t rate and the fou r replacement units will continue to be rent controlled units.

• Dona ting $150,000 to FundSecurity at Victoria Manalo Draves Park.  The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation tofundbath room security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants.  The existing resident ial tenan ts at the site will be prov ided relocat ion assistance and temporary relocation during const ruct io n. Upon buil ding completi on, the ten ants will ret urn to units in the newly built project an d the un it s w ill rema in rent contr olled .

• Housing for Familie s.S8% (37 of 63) of the units w ill be two bedroo m units .

• Rental Uni ts. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stoc k following Mayor Lee' s Execut ive Directive and Mayo r Breed 's Legislation to build more housing .

• New Comme rcial Units.  Two existing outdated and inefficien t retail storefronts will be replaced with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more a ttractive pedestri an experience , and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project . I 1 Date Signature
/)71167 5VU-JV/4N Name Address Doug Vu Principal Planner Planning Department City and County of San Francisco 50 Mission Street, Suite 400, San Francisco, CA 94103 doug.vu@sfgov.org December 12, Dear Mr. Vu., I am writing in support of the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Street that will go before the planning commission on December 20, 2018 . After reviewing the plans and speaking to the developers, the proposed project maximizes the number of units the lots can accommodate, while adding to the city's rental inventory for the city's much-needed housing. It is to my understanding that the developers will provide 25% bmr's for low income residents and donate $150,000 to the neighboring park. I believe that this is a well-designed project which balances the need for housing while giving back to the community. Sincerely, George Nyquist Doug Vu Principle Planner Planning Department City and County of San Francisco December 14,2018 Dear Mr. Vu., My name is Elizabeth Laboy . As a resident of SoMa for 8 years I am writing in full support of the proposed project at 1 2-1 056 Folsom & 190-194 Russ. The proposed project will lead to an increase in foot traffic which , in turn will help local businesses and help bring increased safety to the neighborhood . I understand the communities concern about the shadow hitting the Victoria Manalo Draves Park (VMD)
however , after reviewing the shadow study I would like to stress that the shadow does not hit the designated play area for kids . I ask you to take the time to review the shadow study. Ask yourself , does this shadow that does not affect children's play area take precedence over the housing that this community needs. Sincerely,
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Elizabeth Laboy Commissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission Mclaren Lodge -Golden Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco, CA 94117 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commissioners  :
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 25% of the new 59 new units are below market rate and the four replacement units will continue to be rent controlled units.

• Donating $150,000 to FundSecurity at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation tofundbathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants.  The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Housing for Families.58% (37 of 63} of the units will be two bedroom units.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replaced with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project.
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resident, Planning Commission 0 Mission Street, 4th Floor an Francisco, CA 94103 e: Proposed building at 1052-1560 Folsom Street ear Commissioners, am writing in support of the proposed building project at the orner of Folsom and Russ Street that will go before the planning ommission on December 20, 2018. I am a facilities manager at a non­
refit organization in the South of Market area and I experience aily the effects that the lack of housing is having on San f
rancisco. More homes in the neighborhood will lead to more edestrian activity on the streets which will help to make it a afer place to live and work and will also help local businesses.
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ocal housing at all levels is desperately needed, especially so lose to downtown. The bmr units could be affordable homes for eople who are getting priced out of the area. I understand that 0,000 will also be provided for enhancements at the park-that
's money the city does not have to spend and can be used in other ital areas. understand that this building is not going to solve the housing risis by itself, but every little bit helps. Please strongly onsider approving this project and help put a small dent in our ousing shortage. incerely, ike Cutchin December 17, 2018 Commissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission McLaren Lodge - Golden Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco, CA 94117 Commissioner Rich Hillis President, Planning Commission 50 Mission Street, 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94103 Re: Proposed building at 1052- 1560 Folsom Street Dear Commissioners , I am writing in support of the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Street that will go before the planning commission on December 20, 2018. Golden Gate Properties is a respected developer who has put incredible thought into their pla ns to help further develop SOMA while helping the existing community. As someone who works in the SOMA neighborhood and frequents local establishments, I see the development of Folsom Russ as one that will bring affordable housing and more business to a neighborhood that needs it. San Francisco is and has been in transition and we need more responsible developers like Golden Properties to help lead positive change. I kindly ask that you support this project. Sincerely, Steven Hong Partner, Kleiner Perkins shong@kpcb.com
(937) 760- 0338 December	14,	2018 Commissioner	Rich	Hillis President,	Planning	Commission 50	Mission	Street,	4th	Floor San	Francisco,	CA	94103 Re: Proposed	building	at	1052-1560	Folsom	Street Dear	Commissioner, Industry	Capital	is	a	private	equity	firm	that	invests	in	real	assets	globally.	We	were	formed	and	still operate	out	of	San	Francisco’s	financial	district.	Many	of	our	employees	live	and	work	in	the	surrounding neighborhoods	and	often	struggle	to	find	adequately	priced	housing	close	to	our	offices,	which	increases our	own	costs	to	operate	and	offer	our	employees	a	livable	wage. The	proposed	project	at	1052-1560	Folsom	Street	appears	to	be	on	the	up-and-up	across	all	financial	and social	benefit	standards.		Not	only	does	it	take	an	underutilized	real	estate	parcel,	transforming	it	into	a well-designed	commercial	and	residential	project,	it	goes	above	and	beyond	by	offering	25%	of	the	newly created	housing	stock	at	below	market	rates. The	developer	was	introduced	to	me	through	one	of	my	employees;	I	was	impressed	with	their development	plan, and	thoughtful	approach	to	reinvesting	a	portion	of	their	profits	back	into	the	city. I	am	in	full	support	of	this	project	and	look	forward	to	the	changes	projects	like	these	bring	to	San Francisco. Your	Truly, Norman	D.	Villarina Managing	Partner One	Sansome	St.,	15th	Floor San	Francisco,	CA	94104 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the cit{s housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Signature Date
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(7tJ ;Mr d~-ef cfL Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francis~o, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties llC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 25% of the new 59 new units are below market rate and the four replacement units will continue to be rent controlled units.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Housing for Families. 58% (37 of 63) of the units will be two bedroom units.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replaced with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Phone/Email Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manalo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing .

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties llC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 25% of the new 59 new units are below market rate and the four replacement units will continue to be rent controlled units.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Housing for Families. 58% (37 of 63) of the units will be two bedroom units.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replaced with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Signature
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and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. Date V r 5 --3 btl-1'{ 6 L Phone/Email Address Ld/ CjL(((} 3 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Date
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Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction. Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project.
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Date OJ~ Address st Decenber 14, 2018 Comrnissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission McLaren Lodge -Golden Gate Park 1 ~ tanyan Street San Francisco, CA Comrnissioner Rich Hillis President, Planning Commission 50 Mission Street, 4th Floor San Francisco, CA 94103 Re:  Proposed building at 1 052-1560 Folsom Street Dear Commissioners, I am writing in support of the proposed building project at the corner of Folsom and Russ Street that will go before the planning commission on December 20, 2018. After reviewing the plans and the shadow impact, speaking to the developers, the proposed project maximizes the number of units, while adding to the city's rental inventory for the city's mych-needed housing. It is to my understanding that the developers will provide 25% bmr's for low income residEmts and donate
$150,000 to the neighboring park. I believe that this is a well-designed project which balances the need for housing while giving back to the community.  The project will b1 ing more people to the existing businesses which will stimulate the neighborhood econclmy. I kind ly ask you to grant this project. Sincerely, Kevin Bazant Bc:. rtlett Street  #207 San Francisco Ca 94103 .
. ', Commissioner Mark Buell President, Recreation and Park Commission Mclaren lodge -Golden Gate Park 1 Stanyan Street San Francisco, CA 94117 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commissioners  :
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. I believe we need more developers and development projects like this one in the city.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 25% of the new 59 new units are below market rate and the four replacement units will continue to be rent controlled units.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants.  The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Housing for Families.58% (37 of 63) of the units will be two bedroom units.

• Rental Units.  All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New COmmercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replaced with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety . I respectfully urge you to please approve this project.
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I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to .redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Sig Date Aw""-i8k t rn-6 e YVl recl 'r:i t--ci-tl!1 -~
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S'th 41 sr-q~tv3 Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. I .-~------?
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Address Date Phone/Email Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 25% of the new 59 new units are below market rate and the four replacement units will continue to be rent controlled units.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Housing for Families. 58% (37 of 63} of the units will be two bedroom units.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replaced with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. i /!1r--. Signature )'
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Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenant's will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Name Phone/Email
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I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. I z_-Le -l:t
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I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Date t\\)) '-\-10 LDt.uol Phone/Email
:3 b o -7~ s-  · Ci L o3 Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I~
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(o '21J Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants.  The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units.  Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project.
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Date Name Phone/Email Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% {15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed fo( the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. SignJture
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Date Name Address Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable .

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

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Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing. New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Address
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Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets.  The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Signature E~jt.. Date 4.l'3-?Zf-t-~2hi Name Phone/Email Address t~C 0~ LLOlk(
Rich Hillis Commission President San Francisco Planning Department 50 Mission Street, Suite 400 San Francisco, CA 94103 Dear Commission President Hillis and Planning Commission:
I am excited that Golden Properties LLC plans to redevelop the underutilized lots on the corner of Russ and Folsom Streets. The project will benefit the community by:

• Building Below Market Rate Units. Of the 63 rental units, 28% (15 new and 4 replacement units)
will be affordable.

• Donating $150,000 to Fund Security at Victoria Manolo Draves Park. The Recreation and Park Department, in coordination with the SF Parks Alliance, has agreed for the donation to fund bathroom security at the park, which improves safety for children.

• Housing for Existing Tenants. The existing residential tenants at the site will be provided relocation assistance and temporary relocation during construction.  Upon building completion, the tenants will return to units in the newly built project and the units will remain rent controlled.

• Rental Units. All 63 residential units will be rental units adding to the city's housing stock following Mayor Lee's Executive Directive and Mayor Breed's Legislation to build more housing.

• New Commercial Units. Two existing outdated and inefficient retail storefronts will be replace with three new retail spaces with glass fronts and 20' 1" ceiling heights, providing a more attractive pedestrian experience, and adding eyes on the street for improving public safety. I urge you to please approve this project. Date Name Phone/Email o~ T.t?4tlnL)~ ff.(@j_tf#T-Address Golden Properties, LLC, is seeking to redevelop the underutilized lots located at the corner of Russ and Folsom Street (the "Site").  The Site currently includes a
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, 2018, the Planning Commission will be considering approval of the Project.  I was provided an opportunity to review the Project plans, and by signing below, I support the Proposed Project and urge the Planning Commission to approve the Project.  The Project will bring much needed housing to the City, including the 15 affordable housing units as well as replacing the four rent controlled units that will be demolished.  The Project will be beneficial to the surrounding neighborhood.  Funding to ensure continuing security of the Park users is important to the community. Address
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/17 ELEV.0'-0"
'-10"
SLB SLB ATT CATV WM WM WMPG&E PG&E CATV PG&E PG&EPG&EPG&E WMWM PG&EPG&EPG&EPACB WMWMPG&E PG&ETSB PG&E HYD COCO
'-0"26'-3"10'-2"14'-3"9'-5"15'-2"9'-5"15'-3"9'-5"7'-10"6'-8"12'-8"6"
'-1"
'-11"
nd Floor Zoning Breakdown
/32" = 1'-0"
30333312322430DW2430333312322430DW
'-0"
'-1"11'-2"
'-3"
'-5"9'-5"11'-0"
'-10"10'-1"
'-6"14'-1"
'-2"
'-11"
12302430DW302,420 ± S.F.631 NCT + 1,789 RED
'-0"
30333312322430DW 12302430DW30 30333312322430DW 12302430DW
'-10"15'-8"
'-0"
'-4"8'-4"
'-11"
'-8"35'-7"31'-3"
'-5"11'-6"
'-0"39'-11"
'-3"
rd-5th Floors Zoning Breakdown
/32" = 1'-0"
30333312322430DW2430333312322430DW
'-0"
12302430DW30
'-0"
30333312322430DW 30333312322430DW
'-6"
12302430DW30 12302430DW
'-1"11'-2"
'-3"
'-5"9'-5"11'-0"
'-9"11'-6"
'-1"
'-2"
'-11"
'-8"2430333312322430DW
'-0"12'-10"10'-8"
30333312322430DW 12302430DW30
'-4"6'-4"
'-10"
'-4"
'-10"
'-7"
'-0"
'-4"
'-3"10'-10"24'-6"36'-0"39'-0"
'-0" TYP.
'-0" TYP. W/D W/D W/DW/D
'-9"11'-10"
'-10"10'-1"
'-6"
'-8"
'-0"24'-11"
'-8"35'-7"31'-3"
'-0"39'-11"
'-3"5'-0"
'-6"
DW th Floor Zoning Breakdown
/32" = 1'-0"
30333312322430DW2430333312322430DW9'-0"
12302430DW30
'-0"
30333312322430DW
'-6"
12302430DW30 12302430DW30
'-1"11'-2"
'-3"
'-5"9'-5"11'-0"
'-9"11'-6"
'-10"10'-1"
'-6"14'-1"22'-11"
30333312322430DW
'-0"
30333312322430DW
'-2"
30333312322430DW1212302430DW
'-10"
'-4"6'-4"
"
'-10"
'-4"
'-10"
'-7"
'-0"
'-4"
'-3"10'-10"24'-6"36'-0"39'-0"
'-8"
'-0"24'-11"
'-8"35'-7"31'-3"
'-0"39'-11"
'-3"
DW th Floor Zoning Breakdown
/32" = 1'-0"
30333312322430DW2430333312322430DW 30333312322430DW
'-6"
'-2"
'-3"
'-5"9'-5"11'-0"
'-9"11'-6"
'-10"10'-1"
'-6"14'-1"
30333312322430DW1212302430DW30 12302430DW
'-5"
'-0"
12302430DW
'-0"
'-0"
'-0"
30333312322430DW
'-2"
'-11"
12302430DW
'-10"
'-4"6'-4"
'-3"
'-1"
'-8"
'-5"
'-11"
'-9"33'-2"35'-9"27'-3"
'-8"
'-0"
'-11"
'-8"35'-7"31'-3"
'-0"39'-11"
'-3"
Roof Zoning Breakdown
/32" = 1'-0"
,351 ±  S.F.(NOT INCL. SOLAR READY ZONE) ROOF DECK ELEV.64'-6"
SLB SLB ATT CATV WM WM WM PG&E PG&E CATV PG&E PG&EPG&E PG&E WMWM PG&EPG&EPG&E PACB WMWMPG&E TSB PG&E HYD CO CO 62 FOLSOM ST. 52-1060 FOLSOM STREET
"
4'-6"15'-0"
'-0"
'-6"
"
'-7"14'-0"26'-6"39'-11"
'-8"
"
"39'-2"
"
"
'-11"
'-7"
'-0"
'-4"
'-10"
0-172 RUSS ST.
'-0"
'-5"
'-5"
'-2"
'-5"
'-5"
'-3"
'-7"
'-8"
'-8"
'-0"
'-11"
0'-0"
0'-0"
'-0"
0'-0"25'-0"
'-11"
'-1"
'-3"10'-2"3'-8"8'-4"16'-4"8'-4"16'-4"8'-4"16'-4"22'-6"6"
'-0"
%
REQ. REAR YARD FOR LOT 023 LOT 023 LOT 021LOT 087
%
REQ. REAR YARD FOR LOT 021
'-0"
(N) Site Plan Zoning Breakdown
/16" = 1'-0"
nd Floor Roof Deck Open Space:
Total Designated: ,960 S
.F
. Total Provided: ,420 S
.F
. Roof Deck Open Space:
Total Designated:
,900 S
.F
. Total Provided:
,351 S
.F
.GV GV COMMERCIALC-3502 sq ft STUDIO103 5 sq ft STUDIO101 5 sq ft 1-BEDROOM102 0 sq ft COMMERCIALC-2685 sq ft COMMERCIALC-1934 sq ft GV GV 1- BEDROOM203 8 sq ft 2-BEDROOM201 0 sq ft MEZZANINEC-1310 sq ft MEZZANINEC-2229 sq ft MEZZANINEC-3162 sq ft 2-BEDROOM206 2 sq ft 2-BEDROOM202 7 sq ft 2-BEDROOM204 8 sq ft 2-BEDROOM205 4 sq ft 2-BEDROOM207 40 sq ft 2-BEDROOM302 7 sq ft 2-BEDROOM301 4 sq ft 1- BEDROOM303 8 sq ft 2-BEDROOM309 7 sq ft 1- BEDROOM308 0 sq ft 1-BEDROOM307 5 sq ft 2-BEDROOM306 3 sq ft 1-BEDROOM305 7 sq ft 2-BEDROOM304 9 sq ft 2-BEDROOM310 6 sq ft 2-BEDROOM311 50 sq ft 2-BEDROOM604 9 sq ft 1- BEDROOM601 3 sq ft 2-BEDROOM602 1 sq ft 2-BEDROOM611 19 sq ft 1- BEDROOM603 4 sq ft 2-BEDROOM609 7 sq ft 1- BEDROOM608 0 sq ft 1-BEDROOM607 5 sq ft 2-BEDROOM606 3 sq ft 1-BEDROOM605 7 sq ft 2-BEDROOM610 6 sq ft STUDIO701 3 sq ft 2-BEDROOM704 0 sq ft 1- BEDROOM706 9 sq ft 1- BEDROOM705 0 sq ft 1- BEDROOM703 5 sq ft 2-BEDROOM707 7 sq ft 2-BEDROOM708 6 sq ft 1- BEDROOM702 9 sq ft 2-BEDROOM709 19 sq ft ROOF DECK4351 sq ft GV GV SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-0.4 st Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
12302430DW3012 DW
/4
/6
/8
/10
/12
/14
/17 ELEV.0'-0"
PG&E PG&E PG&EPG&E PG&EPG&EPG&E TSB DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30
,420 ± S.F.631 NCT + 1,789 RED DW 12302430DW30 DW DW DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW DW 12302430DW30 DW 3312322430DW243033331232 DW 12302430DW30 W/D W/D W/DW/D DW nd Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
rd, 4th, 5th Floors
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW 12302430DW30 12302430DW30 3312322430DW243033331232 DW 3312322430DW DW DW th Floor
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 3312322430DW DW1212302430DW30 DW DW 3312322430DW DW th Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-0.4.1 st Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
12302430DW3012 DW
/4
/6
/8
/10
/12
/14
/17 ELEV.0'-0"
PG&E PG&E PG&EPG&E PG&EPG&EPG&E TSB DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30
,420 ± S.F.631 NCT + 1,789 RED DW 12302430DW30 DW DW DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW DW 12302430DW30 DW 3312322430DW243033331232 DW 12302430DW30 W/D W/D W/DW/D DW nd Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
rd-5th Floor
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW 12302430DW30 12302430DW30 3312322430DW243033331232 DW 3312322430DW DW DW th Floor
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 3312322430DW DW1212302430DW30 DW DW 3312322430DW DW
/16" = 1'-0"
SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-0.4.2 st Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
12302430DW3012 DW
/4
/6
/8
/10
/12
/14
/17 ELEV.0'-0"
PG&E PG&E PG&EPG&E PG&EPG&EPG&E TSB
# 101BMR UNIT nd Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
rd Floor
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30
,420 ± S.F.631 NCT + 1,789 RED DW 12302430DW30 DW DW
# 203BMR UNIT# 201REPLACEMENTUNIT
# 206BMR UNIT DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW DW 12302430DW30 DW 3312322430DW243033331232 DW 12302430DW30 W/D W/D W/DW/D DW
# 301REPLACEMENTUNIT
# 307BMR UNIT
# 302BMR UNIT
# 309BMR UNIT th Floor
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW DW 12302430DW30 12302430DW30 3312322430DW243033331232 DW DW W/D W/D DW
# 401REPLACEMENTUNIT
# 408BMR UNIT
# 404BMR UNIT
# 406BMR UNIT# 410BMR UNIT th Floor
/16" = 1'-0"
th Floor
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW DW 12302430DW30 12302430DW30 3312322430DW243033331232 DW DW DW
# 501REPLACEMENTUNIT
# 505BMR UNIT
# 509BMR UNIT DW24 3312322430DW 12302430DW30 DW 12302430DW30 12302430DW30 3312322430DW243033331232 DW 3312322430DW DW DW
# 603BMR UNIT
# 608BMR UNIT
# 610BMR UNIT th Floor
/16" = 1'-0" DW24 3312322430DW 3312322430DW DW1212302430DW30 DW DW 3312322430DW DW
# 706BMR UNIT SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-0.5 62 FOLSOM ST. 52-1060 FOLSOM STREET
"124'-6"15'-0"
'-0"
'-6"
"18'-7"14'-0"26'-6"39'-11"
'-8"
"4"39'-2"6"4"
'-11"
'-7"
'-0"
'-4"
'-10"
0-172 RUSS ST.
'-0"
'-3"11'-8"2'-2"8'-4"16'-4"8'-4"16'-4"8'-4"16'-4"22'-6"6"15'-0"
SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 Phenolic Resin Panel - Wood Grain FinishPorcelain Tiles - Wood Grain Finish High Quality Smooth Stucco Smooth Corten Steel Panel Corrugated Corten Steel Panel SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-1.1 Existing Site Plan
/16" = 1'-0"
62 FOLSOM ST. 0-172 RUSS ST. 60 FOLSOM STREET 0'-0"
'-0"
4 RUSS STREET 0 RUSS STREET 52-1058 FOLSOM STREET 0'-0"
'-0"
0'-0"
'-0"
SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-1.2 Proposed Site Plan
/16" = 1'-0"
SLB SLB ATT CATV WM WM WM PG&E PG&E CATV PG&E PG&EPG&E PG&E WMWM PG&EPG&EPG&E PACB WMWM PG&E TSB PG&E HYD CO CO 62 FOLSOM ST. 52-1060 FOLSOM STREET
"
4'-6"15'-0"
'-0"
'-6"
"
'-7"14'-0"26'-6"39'-11"
'-8"
"
"
'-2"
"
"
'-11"
'-7"
'-0"
'-4"
'-10"
0-172 RUSS ST.
'-0"
'-0"
'-5"
'-5"
'-2"
'-5"
'-5"
'-3"
'-7"
'-8"
'-8"
'-0"
'-11"
0'-0"
0'-0"
'-0"
0'-0"
'-0"
'-11"
'-1"
'-3"10'-2"3'-8"8'-4"16'-4"8'-4"16'-4"8'-4"16'-4"22'-6"6"
'-3"
'-7"
'-0"
'-2"
'-7"14'-0"26'-6"17'-8"22'-3"12'-8"13'-8"13'-8"GV GV SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-2.1 HALL RESIDENTIAL STORAGE Russ Russ LNDRYWASH KITCHEN BATH WC VENT BEDROOM2 HALL CLOCLO BEDROOM1LIVING ROOM 2 Russ STOR WASHLNDRY KITCHEN BATH WC BEDROOM2 HALL BEDROOM1LIVING ROOM CLO CLO 4 Russ SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-2.2 RECEPTION LOUNGE STOR BATHSHWRPLAY RM OFFICE OFFICEHALL OFFICEOFFICE OFFICE 60 Folsom 0 Russ OFFICE STOR LOFT SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 WALK-IN COOLEROFFICESERVICEDINING BAR DINING RR STORSTOR STOR ENTRY ENTRY DISHWASHRR DISH WASHKITCHEN HVAC ELEC RM HVAC SHLV KITCHEN Folsom Folsom Folsom Folsom KITCHEN WASH DINNING CLO CLO BEDROOM2 BEDROOM1 BEDROOM1 LIVING ROOM LIVING ROOMBEDROOM2 HALL CLO CLO CLO DININGKITCHEN WASH WC LIGHT WELL BATH BATHWC CLO CLO LNDRY LNDRY HALL Folsom Folsom ROOF
'-6"
'-11"
'-3"
"
'-0"
'-0"
DW DW REF DW
'-6"
/4
'-4"
'-0"
'-4"
/6
/8
/10
/12
/14
/17 ELEV.
'-0"
'-10"
SLB ATT CATV WM WM WM PG&E PG&E CATV PG&E PG&EPG&E PG&E WMWM PG&EPG&EPG&E PACB WMWM TSB PG&E HYD CO CO
'-0"26'-3"10'-2"14'-3"9'-5"15'-2"9'-5"15'-3"9'-5"7'-10"6'-8"12'-8"6"
'-1"
'-11"
'-3"
'-7"
'-0"
'-2"
'-7"14'-0"26'-6"17'-8"22'-3"12'-8"13'-8"13'-8"
SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-3.1 CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND
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CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND CLEARANCES PER PG&E GREENBOOK -1122 PG. 5 of 27, FIGURE 3 EXCAVATION PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 ENCLOSURE PER PG&E GREENBOOK -2000 PG. 2 of 13, TABLE 1 LEGEND
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/15/2019 Proposed Second Floor Plan
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SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-3.3 Proposed Third Floor Plan
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/15/2019 A-3.4 Proposed Fourth Floor Plan
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/15/2019 A-3.5
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/15/2019 A-3.6 Proposed Sixth Floor Plan
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/15/2019 A-3.7 Proposed Seventh Floor Plan
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ROOF DECK ELEV.
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SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-3.8 Proposed Roof Plan
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SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019
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62 FOLSOM
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SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019 A-4.3 Proposed Left Elevation (South West)
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SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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/15/2019
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A-5.1 SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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-1727 A.A R.K. 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA
/15/2019 UNIT 709 UNIT 609UNIT 605 UNIT 509UNIT 505 UNIT 409UNIT 405 UNIT 309
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-HR EXIT PASSAGEWAY A-5.2 SHEET TITLE DATEDESCRIPTIONNO. These documents are property of SIA CONSULTING and are not to be produced changed or copied without the expressed written consent of SIA CONSULTING ENGINEERS. ISSUES / REVISIONS SIA CONSULTING CORPORATION 56 HOWARD STREET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94103 T: (415) 741.1292 F: (415) 849.1252 WWW.SIACONSULT.COM DRAWN REVISED DATE SHEET NO.
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-1727 A.A R.K. 52-1060 Folsom Street SAN FRANCISCO, CA
/15/2019
'-9"8'-6"3'-8"
'-10"
nd Floor Residential Unit Bike Rack Planter Private Porch
'-2"
'-4"2'-4"5'-6"3'-0"
Commercial Unit Planter Storefront Bike Rack EXHIBIT 3 EXHIBIT 4 PAGE 1 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:00 PM COMP-1 PAGE 2 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:15 P M COMP-2 PAGE 3 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:30 PM COMP-3 PAGE 4 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:45 PM COMP-4 PAGE 5 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:00 PM COMP-5 PAGE 6 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:15 P M COMP-6 PAGE 7 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:30 PM COMP-7 PAGE 8 June 21 Summer Solstice Shading comparison on the Summer Solstice1052 Folsom Street Victoria Manalo Draves Park 1 Public Entries Basketball Court Community Garden Children’s Play Areas Restrooms Grass Areas Picnic Areas Ball field Proposed Project (Both Variants)
Existing (current) Shadow Net New Shadow by Proposed Project (65-ft)
Net New Shadow by 55-ft Project Variant Only Pro le of Shadow cast by 40-ft tall project PREVISION DESIGN
| 1052-60 FOLSOM STREET COMPARITIVE S H A D OW A N A LYS I S | MARCH 20, 2019
:36 PM COMP-8 EXHIBIT 5 CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO PLANNING DEPARTMENT PLANNING COMMISSION HEARING December 20, 2018 13a-d. 1052-1060 FOLSOM STREET & 190-194 RUSS STREET
· Request for Large Project Authorization
· Request for Conditional Use Authorization
· Request for Shadow Determination
· Request for a Variance Requested By:
Alice Suet Yee Barkley William Fleishhacker Duane Morris LLP Spear Tower One Market Plaza, Suite 2200 San Francisco, CA 94105-1127 P: +1 415 957 3000 Page 1 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127
[03:32:50 -- 03:36:48]
COMMISSION PRESIDENT RICH WILLIS:  I mean, it's interesting because we did a project on Sixth Street, you know, in a similar -- in a similar vein.  It was casting a shadow on Jean Friend.  I think in that case, I think we punted on and folks worked together and came back with a solution to mitigate some of the impact.  I don't think it got rid of the shadow by any stretch. So I think it's a bit unfortunate we're in this spot where there hasn't been either the willingness to discuss this or maybe even the feasibility.  I mean, I think it's clear from Ms. Barclay's diagram -- and I've looked at the Rec Park item, which had more detail on the shadow impact -- that even at 40 feet, there's going to be an impact to the park. And we can debate kind of whether that fits into Prop K or it doesn't, or whether this is a public park that, you know, is impacted versus private open space or somebody's back yard, but it's an impact.  And, you know, even though Rec Park said it's not significant, you know, there's an impact to the park. So that's something I think we all have Page 2 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 to consider and evaluate as we consider this project.  And normally, Supervisor Kim, too, is at the forefront of kind of negotiating and working out solutions where housing is supported, yet there's some mitigation.  And I've talked to both sides, the developer, as well as some members of the community, about why we couldn't get there, but I didn't see a lot of room to get there. And on the flip side, I mean, clearly, I don't like the shadow.  The building is big kind of compares to its context, which is fairly typical to what we see around the city.  I mean, we've zoned to try to get more housing.  I think the design works.  I think it's contextual, it steps back on floors.  I think it works there where it is. I think that 25 percent affordable is above and beyond.  I mean, we have not seen that in a project before, and it's normally part of kind of the compromises in mitigation measures we make in order to get a project that's tenable that does have some impact, but where we could approve it.  So I think that's huge and shouldn't be discounted. Page 3 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 I think the support for the existing residents, as Commissioner Koppel said, in kind of bringing them back and we've seen that happen before, where the project sponsor works with the tenants and is able to work out a solution where they come back at rent control.  So those, to me, are also big factors. I don't, Commissioner Moore, just because a project has an impact and a shadow impact, say no to a project.  I mean, I think it's part of what we have to weigh.  Every project we look at, shadows, causes some issue to a neighbor, whether it's their back yard, shadow on a public park, shadow on other open space;
that's not controlled under Prop K. And there's impacts that we have to weigh with the need for housing and the need for additional affordable housing and, to me, that outweighs it.  People who said we don't necessarily do this in other neighborhoods?  Just last week we had 333 California, which I think one of the prime reasons the neighborhood opposed that, is because that's used as informal open space for the neighborhood and it's going to be taken away with housing.  And it's, again, Page 4 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 something we've got to balance.  I support
(indiscernible), and I think it's a great space for housing and it's something we've got to balance. So I'm balance: I think we need housing; we need affordable housing.  Yes, there's a shadow impact in this part, but, to me, it doesn't outweigh the other benefits to this project, and I would support this project. COMMISSION PRESIDENT RICH HILLIS:
Commissioner Melgar.
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COMMISSION PRESIDENT RICH HILLIS:
Commissioner Koppel. COMMISSIONER JOEL KOPPEL:  Again, thanks to the community for coming out.  United Players and the whole group of SOMA organizations.  We do value your input, and thanks for showing up today.  Thanks also to Jane Kim's office for giving us their input. I also want to say a couple of words in relation to late Mayor Ed Lee, who eventually couldn't see this project come to fruition, but put the wheels in motion to actually make it Page 5 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 happen and get us to where we're at today.  I'm going to make a motion to approve Item 13(a) and 13(b) and adopt the shadow findings for 13(c). MAN:  Second. MODERATOR:  If there's nothing further, Commissioners, there is a motion that has been seconded to approval a large project authorization with conditions, a conditional use authorization with conditions, and adopt the shadow findings.  On that motion, Commissioner Fong. COMMISSIONER RODNEY FONG:  Aye. MODERATOR:  Commissioner Johnson COMMISSIONER MILICENT JOHNSON:  Aye. MODERATOR:  Commissioner Koppel. COMMISSIONER JOEL KOPPEL:  Aye. MODERATOR:  Commissioner Moore. COMMISSIONER KATHRIN MOORE:  No. MODERATOR:  Commissioner Richards. COMMISSIONER DENNIS RICHARDS:  No. MODERATOR:  Commissioner Melgar. COMMISSIONER MYRNA MELGAR:  No. MODERATOR:  Commission President Hillis. COMMISSIONER PRESIDENT RICH HILLIS:
Page 6 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 Aye. MODERATOR:  So moved, Commissioners. That motion passes 4 to 3, with Commissioners Moore, Richardson, Melgar voting again.  Zoning Administrator, what say you?
ZONING ADMINISTRATOR COREY TEAGUE:  I will close the public hearing for the variance. And in general support, I'm going to take the matter under advisement for additional consideration. Page 7 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 C E R T I F I C A T I O N I, Sonya Ledanski Hyde, certify that the foregoing transcript is a true and accurate record of the proceedings. Date: February 1, 2019 <%12151,Signature%>
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Page 3 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 EXHIBIT 6 CITY AND COUNTY OF SAN FRANCISCO RECREATION AND PARKS DEPARTMENT RECREATION AND PARK COMMISSION HEARING December 20, 2018 HEARING 7. 1052-1060 FOLSOM STREET & 190-194 RUSS STREET
· SHADOW ON VICTORIA MANALO DRAVES PARK Requested By:
Alice Suet Yee Barkley William Fleishhacker Duane Morris LLP Spear Tower One Market Plaza, Suite 2200 San Francisco, CA 94105-1127 P: +1 415 957 3000 Page 1 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127
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MODERATOR:  Commissioner Anderson. COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  I very much appreciate all the passion that's behind this.  I myself lead a labor union and am intimately familiar with community organizing and how important it is to have a voice. There are other voices here too, disparate voices of people who live in the area and work in the area, and people who are friends with Ms. Draves and people who knew her, and we have to consider all of those voices together. I looked at the shadow analysis and was particularly drawn to Page 16 of the prevision design document.  Because I wanted to -- you know, my children were born and raised in San Francisco and I have spent cumulatively years in our parks with children and I'm a program manager myself with youth. So the observations for that, the park's picnic benches, which are community gathering spaces, community garden, ballfield and southern children's play area would receive no new shadow any time throughout the year with this project. Page 2 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 The greatest impact of the shadows on that day in June begins at about 6:15 and maximizes about 7:15 PM.  Now, my children and I, we're usually trying to make our way home to have dinner around that time.  At 7:15, part of a basketball court, a walkway, and a portion of a corner with no playground is what gets that shadow, which, to me, isn't really a shadow because the sun is going down anyway. So it's not a barrier to use.  It's just maybe going to have you walk in a different
-- or use a different part of the park if you happen to be there between 6:15 and 7:15.  And by the way, I work in that neighborhood, and I don't want to be there between 6:15 and 7:15 now the way it is. But I do feel like if that project goes forward, it's probably going to bring 150 to 180 new residents who will want to use our parks and will use our parks, which will help shed light in that park. We build homes and then we build parks for the enjoyment of the people in the homes.  We don't use parks to keep people from being in homes. Page 3 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127
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COMMISSIONER GLORIA BONILLA:  And I think that's significant, because I think what, in the sense that I do not feel that there's any intent whatsoever to take away from the leisure activities that we're providing at this park. That we are, as Rec and Park Commission or as Department, Rec and Park Department, I believe we would be fulfilling our responsibility to the community.  We would continue to fulfill our responsibility to the community, even if we supported and approved, you know, this project. Because there is, the way I see it is there is ample opportunity for involvement, engagement, or whatever in our park.  But there is minimal opportunity, the way I see it now, in terms of the city -- the overall city politics and the struggles that we are having in many different neighborhoods, especially the Mission District and the Bayview District in San Francisco, to have any housing. It's just a constant struggle, and it's such a critical need.  I mean, I believe that as a citizen of San Francisco, I have to defend the right for individuals to have shelter, as well as Page 4 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 to defend the right for them to have leisure activities and so, I feel that there has to be a compromise here.  And the compromise is that for all those individuals who participate in leisure activities, for a sacrifice to be made so that there could be other benefits, such as the right for people to have a home to live in.  And so, that it becomes a win-win, you know, all across the board. I mean, we need to make things better all the way around, not just in terms of leisure activities, but in terms of housing, jobs, transportation.  There are so many responsibilities that we have, and I think we would be remiss in fulfilling this very important responsibility of having additional housing.
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COMMISSIONER PRESIDENT MARK BUELL:
Having said that, I would second Commissioner Low's motion and call for a vote and a roll call vote. WOMAN:  Okay.  Commissioner Anderson. COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  I just want to make sure I'm voting correctly here. Page 5 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 MAN:  Yes means no. COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  I oppose --I respectfully oppose Commissioner Low's motion. WOMAN:  Okay.  Commissioner Bonilla. COMMISSIONER GLORIA BONILLA:  Likewise. WOMAN:  Commissioner Harrison. COMMISSIONER TOM HARRISON:  Opposing. WOMAN:  Okay.  And Commissioner Mazzola. COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  So, wait, all three of you are opposing his motion.  Is that what I just heard?
COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  That means we're saying that the --WOMAN:  That is what you heard. COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  Does not pose a significant adverse impact on the park. COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  That it does not. COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  He's saying it does. COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  Yeah. MAN:  Remember, yes means no. COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  That's right.  I told you that.  Can I ask a question Page 6 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 before I vote?
WOMAN:  Absolutely. COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  So I wasn't here in 2015 when this got turned down by the board.  But was the only reason because of the shadow?
COMMISSIONER ALLAN LOW:  Well, actually, it never went to the board or the Planning Commission.  After -- in 2015 when it became before the Recreation and Park Commission, the recommendation was unanimous that it did pose a significant adverse impact. Since then, different things developed, and the project sponsor went back to develop a new project.  And as you heard in a reference, I think by the project sponsor, there was another agreement reached with the city. So a lot of things happened in between when in 2015 to today where the project that was proposed in 2015 stalled out and was withdrawn and this new project was resubmitted.  I look to my mentor, Alice Barclay, to make sure I got the procedure correctly apparently. COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  Okay. Well, I mean, look, I've heard testimony on both Page 7 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 sides this morning, and both have swayed me.  But I think -- I think the fact that, from what I've read in our documents, that the Planning Department has found no additional shadow, that the additional shadow would not have an adverse effect, and that we are still below the allotted shadow threshold, if you said it right earlier. I think that would lead me to vote for
-- against your motion. WOMAN:  No vote?
COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  No vote. WOMAN:  Okay.  Commissioner Low. COMMISSIONER ALLAN LOW:  Yes. WOMAN:  And Commissioner Buell. COMMISSION PRESIDENT MARK BUELL:  Yes. WOMAN:  Okay.  The motion fails, 4 to 2. COMMISSION PRESIDENT MARK BUELL:  Does that require then that we have a motion in the other direction?
WOMAN:  That's entirely up to you. COMMISSION PRESIDENT MARK BUELL:  Or have we sufficiently given the general manager instructions to go to the Planning Commission?
COMMISSIONER ALAN LOW:  I think you had Page 8 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 to make the motion so that we -- so the general manager has clear instructions. COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  I would like to move that we find that this project has no significant adverse impact on Victoria Manalo Draves Park. COMMISSIONER GLORIA BONILLA:  I will second that. COMMISSION PRESIDENT MARK BUELL:  It's been moved and seconded.  Please call the roll. WOMAN:  Anderson. COMMISSIONER KAT ANDERSON:  In favor. WOMAN:  Bonilla. COMMISSIONER GLORIA BONILLA:  In favor. WOMAN:  Harrison. COMMISSIONER TOM HARRISON:  In favor. WOMAN:  And Mazzola. COMMISSIONER LARRY MAZZOLA:  Aye. WOMAN:  Okay.  Commissioner Low. COMMISSIONER ALLAN LOW:  No. WOMAN:  And Commissioner Buell. COMMISSION PRESIDENT MARK BUELL:  No. WOMAN:  That motion does pass, 4 to 2. COMMISSION PRESIDENT MARK BUELL:  Thank you, all. Page 9 Veritext Legal Solutions 6 299-5127 C E R T I F I C A T I O N I, Sonya Ledanski Hyde, certify that the foregoing transcript is a true and accurate record of the proceedings. Date: February 1, 2019 <%12151,Signature%>
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