BUILD has been working to develop a new public plaza associated with our 1532 Harrison Project. Eagle Plaza is to be a leather-themed community space in the city’s LGBTQ Cultural Heritage District. The Major Encroachment Permit was introduced to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors on January 15th, and we were very pleased to have support from Mayor Breed and Supervisors Mandelman and Haney.
Matthew Bajko of The Bay Area Reporter covered this event in his article “SF mayor seeks permit for leather plaza”.
BUILD’s Lou Vasquez is quoted in the article sharing our enthusiasm for this project: “The root of Build’s work is to help create great urban places, and we love that this project will add both homes and public space to San Francisco,”