By writer to missionlocal.org
The San Francisco Planning Fee unanimously accredited a conditional use authorization Thursday for a 16th Avenue warehouse for use as a dialysis clinic.
The property at 2765 16th St., between Folsom and Harrison streets, was most not too long ago owned and operated by Dynasty Gallery, a San Francisco-based homegoods designer. Dynasty Gallery is promoting the constructing to, “shut down or considerably cut back and relocate, the operations.”
Dynasty Gallery didn’t return requests for remark, and the present standing of the sale is unclear.
There’s at the moment no identified opposition to the mission, based on Larry Badiner, a planning marketing consultant working with the property’s potential future homeowners, the Spyglass Funding Group.
Badiner stated the 17,000 sq. ft property requires very minimal work, and virtually none on the outside, so the clinic might be open in as quickly as six months. A serious query nonetheless within the air is who will function the clinic. Spyglass didn’t return requires remark, and Badiner didn’t know what Spyglass’s particular plans for the clinic are.
Metropolis data present the Planning Fee granted a constructing allow for comparatively minor demolition work on the property earlier this month. Now that the conditional use authorization has been accredited, which Badiner stated was the final notable barrier within the course of, development can start.
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