For five days I have been wondering if the Potrero property was abandoned. There might have been a fallout between Frederick Koster and Adolph Spreckels, they going their separate ways to establish new markets and marketing. No one wanted to buy the property, but the electric plant no one wanted to be next to. Did they lease the property? Why isn’t the Deed in their name?
I believe David Hamsher discovered this abandonment when he helped acquire nearby property. An undisclosed amount was paid for this property. The City of San Francisco is going to spend millions in bringing transportation to the development. I want to read THE FULL BUSINES STORY – like a book! How about a Quick Bite movie?
“There will never be another Gone With The Wind.”
“You got that right! The only written words left, are filed away in our Courts! The young don’t read books!”
There is an Auschwitz quality to the PPP. Kafka and Bosch would love to go there for inspiration. Me too! All the old movie script will be gathered, and thrown in the furnace. Many Hollywood writers fled from Nazi Germany -for their lives!
Executor Sydney Morris claimed my sister’s legacy was abandoned so he could sell it to Stacey Pierrot who inherited a lot of money. She gave herself the title ‘Caretaker’. Parasites look to family feuds and breakups so they can swoop in and take all they can. Morris destroyed the creative estate of Weston also. Attorneys make money when chaos comes to visit your Family. Frederick Koster worked along side his five brothers. the CBC was a Family Business.
California Barrel Company, LLC (CBC), the project sponsor, proposes the development of a 29-acre site comprising of a mix of uses including residential, office, retail, laboratory, structure parking, and production, distribution, and repair at the former Potrero Power Plant that closed in 2011, within the Central Waterfront Plan Area of San Francisco.
CBC seeks certification of the Potrero Power Station Project as an Environmental Leadership Development Project (ELDP) pursuant to Assembly Bill 900, Jobs and Economic Improvement through Environmental Leadership Act of 2011 (and as updated by AB 734 (Chapter 210, Statutes of 2016) and AB 246 (Chapter 522, Statutes of 2017), and California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) Section 21178 et seq.
Project Description The proposed project would rezone the site, establish land use controls, develop design standards, and provide for development of residential, commercial [including office, research and development (R&D)/life science, retail, hotel, entertainment/assembly, and production, distribution, and repair (PDR)], parking, community facilities, and open space land uses. Attachment 1 shows the project location and site. The proposed project would include amendments to the General Plan and Planning Code, creating a new Potrero Power Station Special Use District (SUD). The proposed rezoning would modify the existing height limits of 40 and 65 feet to various heights ranging from 65 to 300 feet. Overall, the proposed project would construct up to approximately 5.4 million gross square feet (gsf), of uses, including between approximately 2.4 and 3.0 million gsf of residential uses (about 2,400 to 3,000 dwelling units), between approximately 1.2 and 1.9 million gsf of commercial uses (office, R&D/life science, retail, hotel, and PDR), approximately 922,000 gsf of parking, approximately 100,000 gsf of community facilities, and approximately 25,000 gsf of entertainment/assembly uses. Most new buildings would range in height from 65 to 180 feet, with one building at 300 feet. Approximately 6.3 acres would be devoted to publicly accessible open space. A more detailed breakdown of proposed land uses is described below in Table
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PUBLIC NOTICE Availability of Notice of Preparation of Environmental Impact Report
Date: November 1, 2017 Case No.: 2017-011878ENV Project Title: Potrero Power Station Mixed-Use Development Project Zoning: M-2 (Heavy Industrial) and PDR 1-G (Production, Distribution and Repair – General) 40-X and 65-X Height District Block/Lot: Assessor’s Block 4175/Lot 002, Block 4175/Lot 017, Block 4175/Lot 018, Block 4232/Lot 001, Block 4232/Lot 006; and non-assessed Port and City/County of San Francisco properties Project Sponsor: Erin Epperson, California Barrel Company LLC, (415) 796-8945 Staff Contact: Melinda Hue – (415) 575-9041 email@example.com
The San Francisco Planning Department has prepared a notice of preparation (NOP) of an environmental impact report (EIR) in connection with this project. The NOP is available for public review and can be accessed on the Planning Department’s website at: http://sf-planning.org/environmental-impact-reportsnegative-declarations. Paper copies are also available at the Planning Information Center counter at 1660 Mission Street, 1st Floor, San Francisco. Referenced materials are available for review by appointment at the Planning Department’s office on the fourth floor of 1650 Mission Street. [Call (415) 575-9072]
Project Description: California Barrel Company LLC proposes to redevelop a 29-acre site along San Francisco’s central bayshore waterfront that includes the site of the former Potrero Power Plant. The proposed project would rezone the site, establish land use controls, develop design standards, and provide for a multi-phased, mixed-use development, including residential, commercial, parking, community facilities and open space land uses. The proposed project would include amendments to the General Plan and Planning Code, creating a new Potrero Power Station Special Use District. The proposed rezoning would modify the existing height limits of 40 and 65 feet to various heights ranging from 65 to 300 feet.
Overall, the proposed project would construct up to approximately 5.3 million gross square feet (gsf) of mixed uses and approximately 6.3 acres of open space. The project would include between approximately 2.4 and 3.0 million gsf of residential uses (about 2,400 to 3,000 dwelling units) and between approximately 1.2 and 1.9 million gsf of commercial uses. Commercial uses could include office, research and development/life science, retail, hotel, and production/distribution/repair uses. In addition, there would be approximately 925,000 gsf of parking and 100,000 gsf of community facilities. Most new buildings would range in height from 65 to 180 feet, with one building at 300 feet. The proposed project would also include transportation and circulation improvements, shoreline improvements, and utilities infrastructure improvements.