By J.K. Dineen :sfgarew – excerpt
It looks like Pinterest won’t be pinning its headquarters in Showplace Square after all.
A measure that would have replaced dozens of tenants at 2 Henry Adams St. with a San Francisco headquarters for the tech darling is all but dead after the Board of Supervisors Land Use & Economic Development Committee voted Monday to table the matter indefinitely.
RREEF, the owner of San Francisco Design Center at Showplace Square, had sought to take advantage of a city zoning ordinance that allows owners of designated historic landmarks to change zoning from so-called PDR – production, distribution and repair – to traditional office space. That would have allowed Pinterest to locate its offices there.
While Supervisor Malia Cohen said the Design Center building deserves landmark designation, she was uncomfortable with the property’s owner’s plans to move many longtime design businesses out. As the sponsor of the…
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