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Articles Recently Tagged: Fillmore Street

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Conversion of Historic Clay Theater Closer to Reality

Conversion of Historic Clay Theater Closer to Reality

Having shuttered in February of last year, plans to convert the historic Clay Theater at 2261 Fillmore Street into a retail space have since been drawn. And a formal application to proceed with the conversion is now working its way through Planning. As proposed, the theater’s façade and marquee... Read More »

Nations Oldest Black Bookstore Locked Out In San Francisco

Nations Oldest Black Bookstore Locked Out In San Francisco

Having fallen behind on the rent, the locks have been changed at Marcus Books in San Francisco, the nation’s oldest continuously operating and independent Black-owned and Black-themed bookstore, and the bookstore has been evicted from their Fillmore Street location which was designated a city landmark earlier this year. As... Read More »

Jimbo’s Bop City Building Unanimously Approved For Landmark Status

Jimbo’s Bop City Building Unanimously Approved For Landmark Status

Moved from Post to Fillmore Street as part of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency’s plan to redevelop the Western Addition, 1712-1716 Fillmore Street is set to become San Francisco’s 266th Historic Landmark. Unanimously approved by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors yesterday, the building which once housed Jimbo’s Bop City... Read More »

Filling Up On Upper Fillmore

On the meeting agenda for San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee this afternoon, an ordinance amending San Francisco’s Planning Code to ease current restrictions on new non-formula restaurants and specialty food establishments within the Upper Fillmore Neighborhood Commercial District which runs from Jackson to Bush and extends... Read More »

JustQuotes: Bailing On The Substation To Bailout Yoshi’s Et Alli

JustQuotes: Bailing On The Substation To Bailout Yoshi’s Et Alli

“The cornerstone nightclub of the revitalized Fillmore jazz district is about to get a $1.5 million Redevelopment Agency bailout loan — but it comes at the cost of fixing a long-abandoned building in the neighborhood. Officials are close to taking $3.3 million intended for revamping the abandoned Muni substation... Read More »

Tough Times For The Fledgling Fillmore Jazz District’s Rebirth

“Thus far, four nightlife establishments that received funding from the — Yoshi’s, 1300 On Fillmore, Sheba Lounge and Rassales — have all approached the agency looking for additional loans and to restructure debt to survive what may be a prolonged economic recession. All four businesses... Read More »