Mid-Market / Tenderloin

Academy of Art students working on murals

Tenderloin History Murals Installed on Eddy

Posted March 9, 2015 by

San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood has over 400 buildings on the National Registry of Historic Places. But the PG&E substation at the corner of Eddy and Larkin Streets is not among them. Unfortunately, this unsightly, massive structure takes up half a
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Residents Help Beautify Tenderloin

Posted February 12, 2015 by

“Sweetheart, this isn’t the first garden I’ve planted.” “….All right, are we gonna work together or not?” So went an a-typical conversation on Jones and Golden Gate on a sunny Tuesday morning. The speakers were Randy Campbell and Mary Hiles,
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San Francisco's Mid-Market Street

Mid-Market Returns to Life

Posted February 5, 2015 by

After fifty years of stagnation and decline, San Francisco’s Mid-Market Street is returning to life. A combination of new housing, restaurants and renovated offices and theaters is finally moving the city’s onetime “Great White Way” toward reclaiming its past glory.
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Chief Suhr addresses over 300 people at hearing on Tenderloin police station redistricting, Jan. 28

Crowd Urges SFPD: Keep Tenderloin Together

Posted January 30, 2015 by

Over 300 Tenderloin residents and workers came to the Kelly Cullen Center on January 28 to send a powerful message from a neighborhood fed up with crime. Most urged the Police Commission to reject a proposed redistricting plan that breaks
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SFPD Tenderloin Re-Districting

SF’s Focus Turns to Crime

Posted January 27, 2015 by

San Francisco’s economy is booming. But many are upset about crime. This is particularly true in the Tenderloin, where residents, merchants, workers, and thousands of children confront public drug dealing on a daily basis. Why does the city allow such
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SFPD Plan puts Westfield Center in Tenderloin station while excluding blocks in the Uptown Tenderloin Historic District

SFPD Redistricting Plan Fails the Tenderloin

Posted December 15, 2014 by

While San Franciscans spent the evening of December 10th lining up for sandbags and fighting over batteries in anticipation of stormageddon, a commissioned panel of experts presented the police department’s plan revised boundaries of district boundaries. Most stations’ borders changed
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The newly opened Bulldog Baths, 130 Turk St.

The Return of the Bulldog Baths

Posted December 3, 2014 by

This week marks the soft opening of the Bulldog Baths, San Francisco’s newest dog resort. Located at the 130 Turk Street location of the legendary Bulldog Baths (1979-1983), the site had previously housed Club Turkish Baths, San Francisco’s first gay
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