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Posted on: May 29, 2018

City Council to reevaluate Mission District in new study

 City Council to reevaluate Mission District in new study

Long-time residents know that the City has attempted to stimulate the Mission District by adopting the Mission District Specific Plan in 2004. A revitalization tool, the plan identifies several potential sites for development, sets design standards, consolidates previous planning efforts and encourages the preservation of cultural landmarks and architectural treasures within the Mission District. If you’re not familiar with the plan, here’s a look at the district map. The Mission District Core is outlined in blue, with the specific plan boundary outlined in black.  Specific areas of potential development include:

  • The Mission District Park and Ride Lot and the Mission 261 Restaurant site
  • The Mission Playhouse parking lot located at 320 South Mission Drive
  • The Factory Tea Bar site located at 323 South Mission Drive

The City also owns several properties that could be the site of future development:

  • City Hall at 425 South Mission District
  • Economic Development and Neighborhood Improvement Services offices located at 410 McGroarty Street
  • A storage facility at 416 McGroarty Street
  • The space at 630 West Santa Anita and 408 McGroarty Street
  • The restaurant at 343 South Mission Drive
  • The Community Services building, the Adult Recreation Center and the Grapevine Arbor located at 250 and 324 South Mission Drive
  • Mission Playhouse parking lot
  • Mission Park and Ride lot

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