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1979 Mission Street (often referred to as 16th and Mission) is a controversial building project by the 16th and Mission BART station. As of May 2015, the project is in the entitlement process, with a San Francisco community group dedicated to stopping it and an astroturf group dedicated to keeping it going.

The project is slated to occupy the entire northeast corner of 16th and Mission. According to SF Business Times, "The project would replace a Walgreens, the Hwa Lei Market, the City Club bar, two restaurants and a defunct dollar store. It also includes the redevelopment of a 24,000-square-foot surface parking lot behind the Walgreen's. The plans is in keeping with the Eastern Neighborhoods rezoning, which called for a 105-foot building along Mission and 16th streets."

Planned features

  • 10 stories
  • 400,000 sq ft total
  • 351 market-rate units
  • 32,000 sq ft of retail
  • interior courtyard
  • glass walls around the BART plaza

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