Oyster Point development heads to review

Oyster Point development heads to review

Planners are slated to offer their initial perspective on a sweeping development proposal standing to transform South San Francisco’s waterfront into a hub of new work spaces and homes — and how much traffic could be generated will be front and center of the discussion.

The South San Francisco Planning Commission will review Thursday, Dec. 21, the draft environmental review report for a proposal to build 1,191 residences as well as about 1.5 million square feet of commercial spaces over roughly 40 acres abutting Oyster Point Marina/Park.

Commissioners weighing the project poised as one of the largest in the Peninsula’s development pipeline should be considering the crush of traffic expected to be brought to the gateway of the city’s biotechnology job center.

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