In the middle of a city struggling with a severe housing shortage are 15 plots of land now occupied by garbage-strewn parking lots, auto shops, a car wash and old government buildings. No apartment rises from these plots of San Francisco, but they could – thousands of them, many at affordable prices.
Planning officials have discussed allowing taller, denser apartment buildings on these plots around Market Street and Van Ness Avenue, an area known as the Hub, for more than a decade. . They are close to transit, after all. They wouldn’t move anyone. And they would create union jobs.
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