I know a lot of equipment has been roped off and labeled for non-use, with concern regarding the sprinklers, etc. and I respect that.
But The SF Planning site has the building zoned for light industrial, not to be confused with heavy industrial.
Meaning the wood shop and the sewing area should be ok to use.
Am I missing something?
Definition of Light Industrial from the SF Zoning/Planning/Symbium Build website:
|An Industrial Use that provides for the fabrication or production of goods, by hand or machinery, for distribution to retailers or wholesalers for resale off the premises, primarily involving the assembly, packaging, repairing, or processing of previously prepared materials. Light manufacturing uses include production and custom activities usually involving individual or special design, or handiwork, such as the following fabrication or production activities, as may be defined by the Standard Industrial Classification Code Manual as light manufacturing uses:|
- Food processing;
- Apparel and other garment products;
- Furniture and fixtures;
- Printing and publishing of books or newspapers;
- Leather products;
- Commercial laundry, rug cleaning, and dry cleaning facility;
- Measuring, analyzing, and controlling instruments; photographic, medical, and optical goods; watches and clocks; or
- Manufacture of cannabis products or cannabis extracts that are derived without the use of volatile organic compounds (any use requiring License Type 6—Manufacturer 1, as defined in California Business and Professions Code, Division 10).
It shall not include Trade Shop, Agricultural and Beverage Processing 1 or 2, or Heavy Manufacturing 1, 2, or 3. This use is subject to the location and operation controls in Section 202.2(d).||
Yay! Your business may be allowed at this location!
NCT-MISSION: MISSION STREET NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL TRANSIT
Special Use Districts:
Fringe Financial Services RUD
Mission Alcohol Restrict
Within 1/4 Mile of an Existing Fringe Financial Service
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