The college is entertaining the possibility of bringing a Great Depression-era scale model of the city to campus.
Housing & Development
Construction Projects, Open Space, Streets
The college’s Board of Trustees issued a directive to create housing for students in a bid to improve outcomes.
The $84 million Scattered Sites project rehabilitated 66 affordable and three management units across five buildings.
Tens of millions of dollars were secured from the state for an Ingleside housing development and a neighborhood-serving bus line.
Despite the new paint and lettering, the restoration of the Art Deco movie palace's tower is not yet complete.
The $133 million facility will be a one-stop shop for student services and open up the campus to the community.
Supervisor Myrna Melgar's legislation to ease multi-family housing development on the Westside was adopted in July.
The new passenger loading and redesigned community areas may be completed as soon as the end of August.
The San Francisco Department of Public Works is collecting feedback on the project from the public until Aug. 11, 2023.
The new facility will be a gateway for new students but also the neighborhood.
Community members expressed displeasure over the prolonged wait for a new library.
The three-pronged project includes restoring the theater, adding a dive school and building 42 units of new housing.