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SF planning body approves housing at former Castro diner site

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The San Francisco Planning Commission has unanimously approved the redevelopment project proposed for the Church Street site of the former Sparky's Diner.

It is the first major housing proposal to move forward in the upper Market Street corridor of the city's Castro LGBTQ district in five years.

Property owner Ty Bash first revealed plans to demolish the brick building that for years had housed the 24-hour, LGBTQ-friendly eatery two years ago, as the Bay Area Reporter first reported.

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