Goodwill to move S.F. headquarters to Tenderloin [SF Chronicle]

 
Paul Chinn, SF Chronicle

Paul Chinn, SF Chronicle

 

From SF Chronicle's J.K. Dineen:

Days after its former campus on Mission Street was demolished and a year after it relocated to North Beach, Goodwill Industries is on the move again.

The nonprofit organization has paid $8.3 million for 750 Post St., a 25,000-square-foot building on the northern edge of the Tenderloin. The facility, a three-story, 1914 Spanish revival structure mid-block between Leavenworth and Jones streets, will house Goodwill’s administrative offices, a 6,000-square-foot retail store and a training center. The building most recently housed an art gallery.

“I believe we need to be closer to both the people we serve and the organizations we partner with,” Goodwill CEO William Rogers said. “For Goodwill, it’s coming home. It’s coming back to where we belong.”

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