Historic Preservation Commission - September 20, 2017 - Agenda
HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
Notice of Hearing
Commission Chambers Room 400,
1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102-4689
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Architectural Review Committee
Jonathan Pearlman, Aaron Hyland
Andrew Wolfram, Ex-Officio
Jonas P. Ionin
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Member: Aaron Jon Hyland
Member: Jonathan Pearlman
Ex-Officio: Andrew Wolfram
1. 2015-005890DES (S. FERGUSON: (415) 575-9074)
546-554 FILLMORE STREET – east side of Fillmore Street between Fell and Oak streets, Assessor's Blocks/Lots 0828/022 (District 5) – Review and Comment before the Architectural Review Committee on proposed plans for reuse of the former Sacred Heart Church Building. The Church Building is part of the Sacred Heart Parish Complex which includes the former rectory, church, school and convent buildings and is currently proposed for Article 10 individual landmark designation. 554 Fillmore Street is located in a RM-1 Residential-Mixed, Low Density Zoning District and 40-X Height and Bulk District.
Preliminary Recommendation: Review and Comment
2. 2014-002541ENV (A. VANDERSLICE: (415) 575-9075)
INDIA BASIN MIXED USE PROJECT – which includes 700 Innes Avenue, 900 Innes Avenue, India Basin Shoreline Park, and India Basin Open Space locations - generally bounded by the San Francisco Bay on the northeast, Earl Street and the Candlestick Point–Hunters Point Phase I and Phase II Shipyard Development Plan areas on the southeast, Innes Avenue on the southwest, and Hunters Point Boulevard on the northwest. Portions of Innes Avenue adjacent to the site are included in the project boundary. The project site is in San Francisco's Bayview neighborhood and Supervisorial District 10 – Review and Comment before the Architectural Review Committee on the proposed preservation alternatives in the Draft Environmental Impact Report for the project. The project proposes to demolish significant features of the India Basin Scow Schooner Boatyard Vernacular Cultural Landscape located on the 900 Innes Avenue property determined to be eligible for the California Register of Historic Resources. The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department (RPD) and the privately owned real estate development company BUILD proposed a public-private partnership to redevelop approximately 38 acres located along the India Basin shoreline into an integrated network of new public parks, wetland habitat, and a mixed-use urban village. The mixed-use urban village would include two options: (1) a residentially-oriented project with approximately 1,240 dwelling units, 275,330 square feet of commercial space, 50,000 square feet of institutional space, and 1,800 parking spaces; or (2) a commercially-oriented option with approximately 500 dwelling units, 1,000,000 square feet of commercial space, 50,000 square feet of institutional space, and 1,932 parking spaces. The project is within P (Public Use), M-1 (Light Industrial), M-2 (Heavy Industrial),and NC-2 (Neighborhood Commercial, Small Scale) Use Districts, and OS Zoning Districts and 40-X Height and Bulk District.
Preliminary Recommendation: Review and Comment