Mid-Rise Homes at the South San Francisco PUC Site

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What other public benefits would you like to see included in this project's public open space?

As much affordable housing as possible, and daycare.

8 supporters

Hi Leora, thanks for your suggestions. We have partnered with a local daycare operator and are collaborating with them on designs for a daycare center on site. We have also partnered with BRIDGE Housing... Read more...

7 supporters
What South San Francisco history would you like to see reflected in the SSF PUC development?

SSF's dedication to diversity and commitment to welcoming people from all walks of life.

6 supporters

We definitely love building diverse communities. Are there specific aspects to other developments you've seen that help support diverse communities thriving?

What are you hoping these new community benefits and improvements bring to this area?

Two story parking under ground like on the new six story apartments on chestnut av . We all ready have 70 apartments in this area with all the cars parking in our neighborhoods. If AGI can’t build two... Read more...

3 supporters

Hi Ed, thanks for your feedback regarding parking. Our buildings will be utilizing multiple stories of parking, including subterranean basements, and we will further utilize mechanical parking stacker... Read more...

Hmmmm...I Thought I read somewhere (Daily Journal 8/21/19 that there is going to be 800 UNITS and only 879 parking spaces...soooo HOW is that sufficient parking??? AND How much is that city enacted parking... Read more...

Many households have 2-3 cars each making parking a high commodity. If they are only allotting 879 parking spaces, that will overflow into the streets. I hope they have a solution.

1 supporter
What South San Francisco history would you like to see reflected in the SSF PUC development?

Keeping the the apartments the same three stories as all buildings on mission road. No higher than four stories to blend into the housing around the development. We are losing the last open land in ssf... Read more...

3 supporters

Eight stories going up, nothing we can do or say,

1 supporter

Do not give up ED.Go to the city council meetings and say your piece.<br>https://courbanize.com/projects/ssfpucdevelopment/information

2 supporters

Hi Ed and Dee. We understand and appreciate your concerns about housing density and open space at the PUC site. While we need to balance concerns about density with the need for more housing for all,... Read more...

1 supporter

The SSF City Council stated at the May 2,2018 meeting when your company was chosen out of the 4 because you stated that you would work with the community and heard us on the density of the project.<br>At... Read more...

5 supporters

Since when is 8 stories in SSF termed a "mid-rise"? That's higher than any other building on El Camino in SSF! Let's push our elected representatives to keep their pledges.

4 supporters

A city official told me that they are going six stories at the car wash because there are no homes next to it . On the PUC lot there is three story condos next to it , can you see eight stories next to... Read more...

3 supporters

AGI-CAS does not have Council's PERMISSION to go beyond 4-5 stories...To my knowledge. Let's go back to Council with this and see who is correct.

3 supporters

Perhaps AGI-CAS and others need a better reminder, a revisit to hear our elected representatives speak: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NHd4hoZ3Fg&t=13s

2 supporters

If the above post with the video link, is taken down by AGI=CAS, we will know they are not interested in working with our Community as previously stated.

2 supporters

The old bait & switch just like Myers did with the condos on San Bruno mountain nr. 101 - that corner was going to be "beautiful" and the building would "blend with the hillside - you can see it from Redwood... Read more...

1 supporter

2018 city council said two stories to five stories AGI says eight stories as high as the tallest Kaiser building, find out when the next city council meeting on PUC meeting is and post it on every thing... Read more...

1 supporter
What South San Francisco history would you like to see reflected in the architecture or open space or other aspects of the SSF PUC development?

bike friendly routes

2 supporters
What are you hoping these new community benefits and improvements bring to this area?

This will be in the center of a residential neighborhood so cleanliness and safety should be a priority. Also El Camino High School is next door so there will be a lot of student activity after school... Read more...

2 supporters

With the promise of increased activity within the community, is there any research being done about traffic control and flow? Pedestrian walkways? Timed signals? Parking?

What South San Francisco history would you like to see reflected in the architecture or open space or other aspects of the SSF PUC development?

I love the open spaces. However, all the new development in the world is meaningless and becomes dirty and overrun if we do not maintain. We need to focus on safety and cleanliness for the city as a... Read more...

2 supporters

Hi Jan, we couldn't agree more. In addition to installing improved landscaping, we will be installing new lighting along the Centennial Trail that will help keep the trail well lit and safe. Additionally,... Read more...

1 supporter
This project will add much-needed housing to the community. What types of housing do you think would benefit the neighborhood the *most*?

Affordable rental units

2 supporters

There is a great need in SSF for BMR units (whether rental or condo) for our civil servants as well as teachers and administrators. I would like to see units specifically reserved for teachers who commit... Read more...

1 supporter
What are you hoping these new community benefits and improvements bring to this area?

Tax base, childcare, parks & open space including trails.

2 supporters
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