Mid-Market / Tenderloin

Reviving SF’s Civic Center Plaza

Posted July 21, 2014 by

For all the talk about a “housing balance,” San Francisco’s real balancing act involves increasing housing and open space at the same time. And the most cost effective way to expand open space is to revive underutilized land the city
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Tenderloin Pit Stop Gets “A” for Effort

Posted July 16, 2014 by

San Francisco’s Department of Public Works launched its toilet access project on July 15, sending another strong message about City Hall’s commitment to improving the Tenderloin. The plan consists of two Solar VIP trailer mounted toilets, a dog waste bag
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Business Crackdown Boosts Tenderloin

Posted July 10, 2014 by

Police swarmed the Café Kim Huong at 325 Leavenworth this week as part of a multi-agency investigation into CalFresh Benefits fraud. The arrests add to the number of business crackdowns in the Tenderloin, boosting opportunities for positive businesses to take
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Mid-Market Resumes Resurgence

Posted June 9, 2014 by

In the past two weeks, the two most important dormant sites in Mid-Market announced plans to begin construction. This cements the area’s resurgence. San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood has seen massive investment in recent years, but until recently two of its
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