Four years after San Francisco officials signed off on a mega-housing project that will include units designated for LGBT seniors, planning officials for the second time voted to approve the infill development.
The Planning Commission voted unanimously late this evening (Thursday, August 16) to accept several design changes that the project sponsors made in response to concerns from nearby residents and historic preservationists.
Known as the 55 Laguna project, it will include 330 new multi-family rental units and 110 units of LGBT-friendly housing for low-income seniors. There will be a community center, community garden and a public park open 24 hours.
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