San Francisco DMV site now open to plans for hundreds of homes

The redevelopment of the site must include a new field office for the DMV as well as replacement for the surface parking on the 2.5-acre site. Still, the site could yield one of the most significant residential projects seen in the surrounding area in its modern history.

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