Mission Branch Library Renovation

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Library Improvements for Tomorrow

Imagine a place that welcomes and connects our community, that is a joy to work in and that celebrates knowledge and learning. Picture a Mission Branch Library that respects its historic architecture yet incorporates the vibrancy and culture of the Mission neighborhood.

A renovation is more than improving a building, it’s an opportunity to create spaces to connect community and to enhance learning.

Together with architects from San Francisco Public Works, the Library aims to transform the Mission Branch into an energy efficient, safe and resilient building while maintaining its inherent charm. We plan to incorporate 21st Century library practices, building systems and technology into a 1915 Carnegie landmark.

These are lofty goals, but with the community’s participation and our team’s creativity, the Mission Branch will continue as a neighborhood treasure for many generations to come.

Mission Renovation Project

Status
In Planning and Design phase
Schedule
Construction: Fall 2019 - 2020
Budget
$19.8 million
SF Public Works
Public Works constructs, manages, designs, maintains and repairs San Francisco’s buildings

Questions? Comments? Contact us at LIFT@sfpl.org

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