A rendering of the approved building at 1050 Valencia. Courtesy of project architect Stephen Antonaros.

Mission Local’s most recent article on the condos-and-restaurant plan for 1050 Valencia Street garnered 129 comments so far on many of the issues raised by the proposed development. At 5 p.m. today, the San Francisco Board of Appeals takes a final look in deciding two building permit appeals filed by next door neighbor Marsh Theater and residents opposed to the project’s size, look and dearth of parking.

The hearing will be held in room 416 of City Hall, and promises to feature many Marsh supporters speaking out in support of the theater company’s requests. Chronicle reporter John Wildermuth has more on City Insider.

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  1. Well, the transit and housing lobiesy want this and the anti-gentrification and NIMBY lobbies do not. As ever, the left fragments itself.

    Hopefully the final decision will please nobody. That will be a sign that it is the right decision.

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