This is a step in permit application process and it only applies to projects that propose
a) 10 or more new dwelling units;
b) creation or expansion of any group housing use; and/or
c) construction of a new non-residential building or addition of 10,000 square feet or more.
The National Parks Services has produced over 40 technical Preservation Briefs related to the appropriate repair and maintenance of old buildings. Topics include the cleaning and waterproofing of...
No. The Department of Buildings Inspection (DBI) issues permits, which the Planning Department planners review for compliance with the Planning Code....
No. Article 10 does not specifically designate the historic interiors of residential homes in landmark districts, nor does the California or National Registers. However, the Planning Department strongly...
Enlarging buildings by raising them and adding a new first floor was common at one time. Many cottages throughout San Francisco were originally one to 1.5 stories...
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