The Mayor's proposed navigation center at Seawall Lot 330 has made homelessness and the welfare of unsheltered San Franciscans top-of-mind for many of us in the East Cut area. The proposal has generated the largest amount of community engagement of any project we've ever seen - on both sides of the issue.
Spring is here and we can now enjoy spending more time outside! For those living and/or working in dense urban areas, public open spaces are ideal for enjoying a cup coffee, grabbing lunch with coworkers, having informal meetings, and much more...
On October 16, the district was celebrating the Grand Opening of Natalie Gubb Commons - Mercy Housing California and Golub Companies' newest 100% affordable housing development - and its 190 new affordable family units.
With the reappearance of scooters in San Francisco on Monday, October 15th, city agencies, scooter companies, and riders have a second chance at making things right. You may remember that the important influx of scooters earlier this year - a rather new way of getting around at the time - created a little bit of a capharnaum on San Francisco's sidewalks.
The news of compromised structural supports and the closing of Salesforce Transit Center was a blow to the neighborhood, city and the region. Luckily, transit operations were able to quickly move back to the still-available Temporary Terminal Site. On October 2, 2018, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA)-in charge of the Transit center-held a special Board of Directors meeting where the following points were addressed: