From the SF Examiner:
“The proposal for Trinity Plaza Apartments in the heart of the troubled Mid-Market neighborhood is seen as a marquee project that will bring sleek glass apartment towers some as high as 26 stories along with cafes, shops and open space to a gritty corner at Eighth and Market streets.
The project is among The City’s largest proposed housing projects at roughly 2,200 units and took a big leap forward with the recent publication of its environmental review.
In the wake of the publication, critics of a plan to create a redevelopment area in Mid-Market are pointing to Trinity Plaza as proof that private investment is pouring into the area.”
I was unable to find the environmental impact report on the web, but your googling skills may be better than mine!