Posts tagged housing
New Zealand Herald Spotlights the Tenderloin

Recently the New Zealand Herald wrote an article about the Tenderloin, and how its been able to largely withstand many of the gentrification issues that have faced the City at-large. The article highlights some of the challenges as well as some of the unique qualities that make the Tenderloin a beautiful place. There’s are also quotes in there from Del Seymour of Code Tenderloin and TLCBD’s Director of Communications, Fernando Pujals.

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San Francisco Citywide Summer Resource Fair heads to the Tenderloin (Feb 21)

SF Department of Children, Youth and their Families (DCYF), the SF Recreation & Parks Department, and the SF Public Library will host a Pop-Up Summer Resource Fair at the Tenderloin Recreation Center on Thursday, February 21. The Pop-Up Fair will feature exhibitors that offer camps, classes, programs, and services for children and youth ages 3-18 who live in the Tenderloin community and across the City as a whole. Free to attend, register here.

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The City's public community forum “Conversation on Housing and Community Development” for Tenderloin (District 6) residents

On Tuesday, January 22, three City departments (the Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community Development (MOHCD), the Office of Economic and Workforce Development (OEWD) and the Planning Department) are holding a “Conversation on Housing and Community Development.” This is a chance for these departments to gather input from the public and to inform the development of six strategic plans.

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The LINE Hotel is Coming to SF With a Restaurant and Rooftop Bar [Hoodline]

A branch of the LINE Hotel, the boutique hotel chain that operates in LA, DC, and Austin, is coming to San Francisco at 950 Market Street. The Chronicle also reports that Sydell Group has signed on to a major forthcoming housing and hotel project from developer Group I, scheduled to arrive in fall 2020. In addition to the hotel, the development project at 950 Market includes 242 condos, a space for the city’s historic Magic Theater, and 60 to 70 units of affordable housing in a related development at 180 Jones. Read more via Hoodline.

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