Renderings of Stonestown Galleria redesign released

SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — We are learning more about the project to transform San Francisco’s Stonestown Galleria into housing, including new renderings of the plan.

The Stonestown Revitalization Project has been four years in the making with the community and the City of San Francisco, according to Brookfield Properties. The company is proposing to build housing at the mall.

Brookfield representatives declined an interview with KRON4 but shared renderings of the project that include plans for a civic town center, affordable housing neighborhood, open spaces and retail.

“It would be good for the businesses and for the whole community something new,” said Joseph Joaquin, who lives near the mall. “It’s been like that for as long as I can remember since the 70s. So to put apartments out there, I was surprised.”

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Renderings: Brookfield Properties

The San Francisco Planning Commission has been gathering public input since last year.

In a series of social media posts, SF Mayor London Breed wrote that the project will create a vibrant town center she wrote in saying in part quote:

“3,500 new homes, including housing for seniors, students, and families – 6 acres of publicly accessible parks, plazas – new jobs in both construction and permanently on-site – on-site childcare to support families – funding for park improvements – transit funding to make Muni more efficient.”

Mayor London Breed

The project still requires approval from the planning commission and the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. KRON4 has reached out to city officials for comment. We have not heard back yet.

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