Published: December 07, 2012
San Francisco Planning Commission Approves Mission District Audi Dealership
SAN FRANCISCO - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The San Francisco Auto Jobs Alliance (SFAJA) is pleased to announce that
San Francisco's Planning Commission has approved the design and plans
for a new Audi dealership in the city's Mission District.
On Thursday, the San Francisco Planning Commission authorized the
project with a unanimous vote.
The dealership, to be operated by Royal Automotive Group, will span
20,000 square-feet and will create 30 new jobs once fully operational.
85% of these jobs will be skilled mechanic, technician and repair
positions, with the remaining 15% being new sales positions. The
dealership will be located at 300 South Van Ness Street and is expected
to open in early 2014. More than 100 construction jobs will be created
by the building project.
To read the complete release at NewsBlaze,
San Francisco Planning Commission Approves Mission District Audi Dealership,
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