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Activists protest major Mission development inching toward completion

Protestors dub developer “Satan,” among other things 1515 South Van Ness is a six-story, 157-unit housing development just north of Caesar Chavez Boulevard, erected by Lennar Urban, the same developer pouring shocking sums of money into Hunters Point Shipyard and Candlestick Point construction. Or at least, that’s what it will be if all goes according to the developers‘ plan.
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