Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco Potrero Hill

A slice of Google’s $1 billion affordable housing initiative lands in Potrero Hill

Five current or under-construction affordable housing projects in Potrero Hill just got a major boost from Google’s billion-dollar housing effort. Read More

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco North Beach

Tosca Cafe reopens parklet, indoor dining to come

102-year-old Tosca Cafe (242 Columbus Ave.) is coming alive yet again in North Beach, after a too-brief rebirth last year, and following its much bemoaned 2019 closure. Read More

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco Castro Mission

Castro's long-troubled 7-Eleven closes permanently

The 7-Eleven convenience store at 3998 18th St. (at Noe St.) has permanently closed, and Hoodline has learned its last day in business was Thursday, March 4. Read More

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco Financial District North Beach

Used bookstore 34 Trinity Arts & News gets long-term lease in the FiDi

A volunteer-run used bookstore in the Financial District, run out of some window alcoves near Bush and Montgomery, has a more secure future after signing a 10-year lease. Read More

Mar 05, 2021
San Francisco Castro Duboce Triangle

Castro's Plant Therapy outgrows store, moves to larger location next door

Castro's apartment-ready plant shop Plant Therapy has outgrown its current location at 2095 Market St. (at Church St.) and opens tomorrow in a new, larger location. Read More

Mar 04, 2021
San Francisco Chinatown Nob Hill

Another elderly Asian American beaten and robbed in laundromat attack near Chinatown

The brutal attack on a 67-year-old man was recorded on security video, as another violent incident against an elderly victim continues a worrisome streak. Read More

Mar 04, 2021
San Francisco Noe Valley

Delayed pub project Mr. Digby's plans April debut in Noe Valley

Mr. Digby's, a casual restaurant and cocktail spot from a couple with established SF restaurant cred in the former Noe's Cantina space (1199 Church St.), is now aiming for an April opening after being delayed nearly a year by the pandemic. Read More