Supervisor Katy Tang at the Chamber

Chamber partners heard from San Francisco District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang Wednesday at the May Supes for Lunch. Supervisor Tang discussed the recently-introduced $500 General Obligation Bond on the November election ballot; an amendment she introduced to bolster the Storefront SF initiative, which tracks and publishes vacant retail space throughout the city; and possible incentives to help  bring new housing to the Sunset District. “In the Sunset we’ve identified four transit and merchant corridors which have opportunities to grow over a thousand housing units without changing the height restrictions,” said Supervisor Tang. “We’re now looking for ways to incentivize developers and property owners to capitalize on these opportunities and expand housing options in the city.” Visit the Chamber’s event calendar to learn more about future Supes for Lunch events.