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Fight over tower linked to Mexican Museum moves a step closer to supervisors

Friday, May 24, 2013

Now that the Planning and Recreation and Park commissions have exempted the proposed 47-story tower that’s part of the new Mexican Museum project at 706 Mission Street from a law limiting shadow impacts on parks and public open space opponents are . . . as determined as ever to fight it. And the loudest of them, residents of pricey condos atop the nearby Four Seasons Hotel at 765 Market Street, say they’ll take their case to the Board of Supervisors. The developer has already whacked the equivalent of about four floors off the building; opponents want it reduced by at least a dozen more. Chronicle


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