Mid-Market / Tenderloin

Breed Backs Tenderloin/Mid-Market Revival Plan

Posted May 18, 2021 by

Promoting Revitalization of Both Neighborhoods (Updated 5/19) San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced today that the city will provide $5 million for an innovative strategy to reduce drug dealing in the Tenderloin and Mid-Market. The Mayor’s “Mid-Market Vibrancy and Safety
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New Strategy Pushed for San Francisco’s Tenderloin

Posted May 11, 2021 by

Stakeholders Request Action from City Hall “We live daily with unacceptable and dangerous street behavior, public drug-dealing and drug-use, open-air markets peddling stolen goods, and blocked public rights-of-way that prevent our employees, customers, clients, tenants and residents from safely traveling
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Tenderloin Leader Overcame Obstacles

Posted February 2, 2021 by

(Ed Note: This piece first appeared in SF Senior Beat.) Brenda Washington, A True Community Leader When her two older sisters left home, 15-year-old Brenda Washington began caring for her two younger brothers, babysitting nieces and nephews and cooking for
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Tenderloin Groups Mobilize to Save Family Housing

Posted January 19, 2021 by

Tenderloin Families Need Larger Homes Developer: “We will offer classes to teach people how to eat properly.” The Tenderloin Housing Clinic (THC), Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC), Market Street for the Masses and neighborhood residents are opposing a destructive housing
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A Tenderloin Comeback in 2021?

Posted January 5, 2021 by

Tenderloin Retains Core Strengths On January 7, 2020 I wrote “A Tenderloin Breakthrough in 2020?” The subtitle: “After a Tough 2019, Tenderloin Will Move Forward.” The photo showed chefs at La Cocina’s Municipal Marketplace at 101 Hyde, which was expected
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