Articles Recently Tagged: Graffiti

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Plans to Activate Shuttered Development Sites in San Francisco

Plans to Activate Shuttered Development Sites in San Francisco

Having noticed that buildings which have been shuttered, pending the approval, financing or market conditions for redevelopment, often sit vacant “for months or years, during which the streetscape surrounding the building becomes less inviting and a target for vandalism,” as was the case at 1066 Market Street, pictured... Read More »

Major Western SoMa Development Closer to Reality

Major Western SoMa Development Closer to Reality

The refined designs for a 372-unit development to rise up to seven stories in height at 1140 Harrison Street, upon the Western SoMa parcel currently occupied by the German Motors Collision Center building, have been rendered anew by BDE Architecture. And the developer, Houston-based Hanover Company, has now formally... Read More »

San Francisco City Attorney Isn’t a Belieber, Threatens to Sue

San Francisco City Attorney Isn’t a Belieber, Threatens to Sue

San Francisco’s City Attorney is threatening to sue all parties behind Justin Bieber’s guerrilla marketing campaign that permanently graffitied sidewalks in San Francisco last month, “to compensate city taxpayers for all costs, civilly punish wrongdoing, and publicly discourage such illicit conduct by other would-be commercial vandals.” From Dennis... Read More »

City Suing Prolific Tagger For $54K

City Suing Prolific Tagger For $54K

City Attorney Dennis Herrera has filed suit against Cozy Terry, “a prolific and unrepentant graffiti vandal,” who is alleged to have caused nearly $90,000 in damage to public property over the past few years with her Coze, Coz and similar tags you’ve likely seen around town. Herrera’s office will... Read More »

Graffiti Hits New Heights and Low in San Francisco

Graffiti Hits New Heights and Low in San Francisco

While quickly obscured, the top five floors of the 400-foot building that’s nearly finished being re-skinned at 100 Van Ness were tagged, as captured above by a tipster. No word on exactly how the tagging took place, but if you happen to notice an inordinate amount of light blue paint... Read More »

Vandals In SF: Mayoral Q&A (Question & Accusation)

Tomorrow’s question and accusation from Supervisor Wiener that Mayor Lee is scheduled to answer with a scripted response: Only a few days after the opening of the wonderful new children’s playground at Dolores Park, neighbors awoke one morning to find that it had been covered in graffiti. Since then,... Read More »