Mid-Market / Tenderloin

Shastri owns the Page Hotel, 161 Leavenworth (at Turk)

The Tenderloin’s Worst Landlord  

Posted August 24, 2015 by

San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood is coming back.  No, its gambling and bordellos are not reopening. But the bars and restaurants that drove its legal economy for decades are on the upswing, and along with new evening entertainment venues the Tenderloin
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Calcanis and other tech entrepeneurs rent at WeWork at 25 Taylor St.

NY Times Gets Tenderloin Wrong

Posted August 18, 2015 by

It is clear from the August 17 story’s headline, “When Tech Came To the Tenderloin,” that NY Times deputy tech editor Quentin Hardy needs a geography lesson. After all, none of the prominent tech companies mentioned in the article operate
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Museum Signals Tenderloin Progress

Posted July 17, 2015 by

Today’s opening of the Tenderloin Museum at 398 Leavenworth is the first of many positive neighborhood developments in 2015. Consider: *Demolition began this week for 826 Valencia’s new youth writing programs and retail store on Golden Gate and Leavenworth. The
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Tenderloin Museum Website Now Live

Posted July 2, 2015 by

The Tenderloin Museum opens July 16. Its website (http://tenderloinmuseum.org/) is now live. Please let us know what you think. The website is not in final form but we wanted to get it up now as its answers many common questions
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SFMTA Backs Safer Mid-Market

Posted June 17, 2015 by

The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (SFMTA) voted yesterday to expand car restrictions and transit-only lanes on the “Mid-Market” stretch of Market Street between 3rd and 8th Streets. The vote was unanimous. Tremendous credit goes to the San Francisco Bicycle
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A scene from the Market Street Prototyping Festival, April 2015

SFMTA to Decide Mid-Market’s Future

Posted June 16, 2015 by

The San Francisco Municipal Transit Agency (SFMTA) votes today on expanding car restrictions and transit-only lanes on the “Mid-Market” stretch of Market Street between 3rd and 8th Streets. The decision is clear. And it is momentous. A vote in favor
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Tenderloin Museum Seeks Staff

Posted June 16, 2015 by Bill Fricker

The Tenderloin Museum opens July 16, and is currently hiring for two key positions. The museum Program Manager will take a proactive role in planning, developing and implementing a full-range of programs and special events that will educate, engage and
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