Click here to be redirected to the Office of Community Investment – Infrastructure website for this development. The planning department and OEWD work closely with the Comptroller`s Office City Performance Unit and other municipal services to centralize the requirements and mitigations of development agreements into a comprehensive system that promotes proactive monitoring and monitoring of developer and city responsibility. Prior to this project, there was no centralized system that housed all development agreements and their requirements. In addition to this site, this project will create a database that the City will use to track and monitor payments, municipal commitments and other important data under development agreements. Parkmerced is a 152 hectare site in the southwest of the city. The existing land, built between 1941 and 1951, includes 3,221 residential units in a combination of skyscrapers and two-storey townhouses. The project, which will be implemented over three decades, includes a reorganization, reorganization and complete improvement of the site with new residential buildings, retail spaces, parks, roads and other amenities. The project has been approved and will be implemented through a development agreement between the city and the developer, which defines the obligations of both parties, as well as the provisions of the planning code and the planning documents that accompany the details of improvements to municipal infrastructure, environmental programs and other elements necessary to assist the neighbourhood. The development contract meets the construction requirements for inclusion housing for the project by building on-site, off-site or by paying an in-place tax. Although the development agreement requires the project applicant to indicate their intended method of meeting the inclusion housing construction requirements for each development phase of development, the agreement provides more flexibility to the project sponsor than the current San Francisco Planning Code, given the considerable requirement to make available rental replacement units for all existing units on the project site; In particular, it authorizes this decision at the time of the issuance of building permits for each residential building. If the demand for BMR on site is 15 per cent (15%) for the 1,446 net new units in Phase 1, this would result in a need for approximately 220 BMR units. The proponent currently expects the construction of one-third of the BMR units on site and the payment of ancillary costs to cover the remaining inclusion housing requirements for the new Phase 1 net units.

This proposed project is a long-term (approximately 20-30 year old) mixed-use program to completely reprogram and redevelop 152 hectares (including roads) in the southwestern part of the city. The plan includes 5,679 rental and sales units near transit and proximity services, as well as open spaces, recreation areas and retail spaces. Due to the dissolution of the Municipal Rehabilitation Office, each agreement is now negotiated on a case-by-case basis by the Federal Prosecutor`s Office and the City`s Public Prosecutor`s Office. Open space and leisure facilities. The project will provide 68 hectares of open space in a network of publicly accessible neighbourhood parks, sports fields, public squares, greenways and an organic farm.