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Unable To Solve Homeless Problem, City Will Erect A Fence

Unable To Solve Homeless Problem, City Will Erect A Fence

Abruptly fenced-off and padlocked earlier this year, the City now plans to erect a permanent fence around the new McCoppin Hub Plaza and “open space.” Developed with a mix of permanent seating and terraced pads for food trucks, farmers markets or other community events, the plaza was designed to... Read More »

McCoppin Hub Plaza Fenced-Off And Padlocked

McCoppin Hub Plaza Fenced-Off And Padlocked

McCoppin Hub Plaza has been abruptly fenced-off and padlocked. Developed with a mix of permanent seating and terraced pads for food trucks, farmers markets or other community events, the landscaped plaza was designed to revitalize a dead space in the neighborhood, and become a “calm, open and welcome” space... Read More »

Another Mid-Market Tower Site About To Hit The Market

Another Mid-Market Tower Site About To Hit The Market

Zoned for a 400-foot tower to rise on its Mid-Market parcel and large enough to support the development of over 500 units of housing, the City of San Francisco is preparing to sell its 5-story building at 30 Van Ness Avenue, between Market and Fell and across the street... Read More »

Out, Damned Spotted Sidewalk! Out, They Say!

Out, Damned Spotted Sidewalk! Out, They Say!

The dreaded white spots have been falling like holiday snow with the notices hung by the door. For those unfamiliar, the white dots mark sections of sidewalk in need of repair, reconstruction or improvement while the notices alert the adjacent property owners that they’re responsible to pick up the... Read More »