SF compromises — slightly — on Embarcadero Navigation Center after month-long backlash

Some residents near the Embarcadero are staunchly opposed to a plan to bring a Navigation Center to the neighborhood. City officials showed their willingness to compromise Monday, by offering to start the center with 130 beds instead of the proposed 200, with more added gradually.

“With these updates to our proposal, we can deliver on that commitment and make the opening of this center a success for both our unsheltered residents and those living in the surrounding neighborhood," said Mayor London Breed.

SF compromises — slightly — on Embarcadero Navigation Center after month-long backlash

San Francisco officials signaled a willingness Monday to compromise — slightly — with residents of Rincon Hill, South Beach and other waterfront neighborhoods who are staunchly opposed to a plan to bring a Navigation Center to the Embarcadero.


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