PACIFIC AVENUE NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICT.
This is Sec. 732.1. of the San Francisco Planning Code, titled “PACIFIC AVENUE NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICT..” It is part of Article 7, titled “NEIGHBORHOOD COMMERCIAL DISTRICTS.” It contains 1 laws.
The Pacific Avenue Neighborhood Commercial District, on Pacific Avenue from just east of Polk Street to all four corners of Pacific Avenue and Jones Street, is situated on the north slope of the Nob Hill neighborhood and south of the Broadway Tunnel. Pacific Avenue is a multi-purpose, small-scale mixed-use neighborhood shopping district on a narrow street that provides limited convenience goods to the adjacent neighborhoods.
The Pacific Avenue Neighborhood Commercial District controls are designed to promote a small, neighborhood serving mixed-use commercial street that preserves the surrounding neighborhood residential character. These controls are intended to preserve livability in a largely low-rise development residential neighborhood, enhance solar access on a narrow street right-of-way and protect residential rear yard patterns at the ground floor.