Tenderloin CBD Opens First Storefront Location | Mid-Market News, March 30, 2017
After more than a decade of hopping offices hidden from the public, the Tenderloin Community Benefit District finally has a storefront of its own in the neighborhood.
A crowd of about 50 people gathered on the sidewalk at 512 Ellis St. on Wednesday to watch District 6 Supervisor Jane Kim and Tenderloin Police Station Captain Teresa Ewins cut the ribbon and speak enthusiastically about the CBD’s first ground-level location. Read the full story at Mid-Market News.
A New LED Art Installation Plans to Light up Larkin Street | 7x7, July 20, 2016
In April, The Tenderloin Community Benefit District teamed up with Our City, an Oakland-based nonprofit that works to transform neighborhoods using art and design, to launch Larkin Street Lighting—a competition that called on designers and artists from all over the U.S. to imagine a creative new installation using LED lights. The goal was to improve the condition of the Tenderloin and make the area between Civic Center Plaza and Little Saigon more vibrant, attractive and interesting for resident, tourists, and visitors alike. Read the full story at 7x7.
Tenderloin Community Benefit District Launching New Security Camera Program | Hoodline, March 26, 2016
A new set of security cameras will soon appear in the Tenderloin.
Earlier this month, the Tenderloin Community Benefit District (TLCBD) announced that it raised $100,000 for its Operation Leadership efforts, which include the launch of a surveillance camera pilot program, a public art installation on Larkin Street and fresh street banners around the neighborhood. Read the full article on Hoodline.