Proposal to restrict 'overcrowded' housing stalls due to lack of support

One supervisor’s plan to ratchet up restrictions on building large new housing in part of his district met a quiet death at Thursday’s San Francisco Planning Commission hearing.

Supervisor Ahsha Safai had introduced a “Large Residence Special Use District” between City College and San Francisco State to require costly and time-consuming permits for housing that’s more than 2,500 square feet or has five or more bedrooms. The purpose, he said, was to curb illegal group housing — overcrowded…

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