Height Limits in Northeastern San Francisco. SAN FRANCISCO DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING.

Height Limits in Northeastern San Francisco

SF: SF Dept. City Planning, 1963. . The department’s analysis of building height limits in the northeast corner of the city, limited by recent law to forty feet. It documents the department’s futile search for a compromise that will "preserve to the general public the depth and breadth of view...and sweeping panoramas that are the greatest asset of San Francisco...[which] should not be dissipated or diluted by high buildings constructed under alternate proposals considered in this study," these alternate proposals allowing variations from the height limit. Furthermore the study recommends expanding height imitations to other parts of the city. 21.5 cm; 49 pp.; illustrated from photographs and plans. Owner’s stamps to cover; else a good copy in pictorial wrappers. Item #013010

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