Mission Dolores project still wants extra car parking 

A spat over three parking spaces in a planned Mission Dolores condo project is scheduled to resume on Thursday.

In late January, the Planning Commission voted 4-3 during a heated hearing against a proposal to allow 13 car parking spaces as part of a 13-unit condo building planned at 200 Dolores Street, at 15th Street.

Builders are automatically allowed to include three parking spaces for every four units in that neighborhood, according to city planner Sophie Hayward.

That means the building is allowed to include 10 parking spots, she said.

On Thursday, the Planning Commission will again be asked to vote on the developer’s proposal to include one parking space for every condo.

A resolution was drafted by planning staff that commissioners could vote to approve Thursday in order to reject the proposal for extra parking. The vote is needed to comply with government meeting rules.

“The project sponsor is still hoping they can convince them to approve the 1:1 parking,” Hayward said.

A four-story building planned at the site will contain 10 condos. The site already contains three fire-damaged units that planners are looking to rehabilitate.

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