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With its current space slated for redevelopment, the Polk Street gym will reopen on Sutter as HIT Fit SF.
We've rounded up all the planned and proposed construction projects that will change the face of Polk Street for the next five years.
At approximately 4:10pm, a turning Powell/Hyde cable car struck a car that was pulled over on the corner of Hyde & Jackson.
The Lower Polk Neighbors met on Wednesday to discuss a wide range of matters for the bustling commercial district.
The Cultural Action Network will host a rally today on the steps of City Hall to fight for tenants rights and housing affordability.
A Conditional Use application has been filed to allow the wireless provider to move into the 1841 Polk St. space.
This week saw a public hearing on final plans to remove 193 trees and plant 401 new ones.
CrawlSF is organizing the day drinking event on upper Polk Street.
The driver of the motorcycle is reportedly conscious and alert, while traffic is snarled in the area as crews work to clear the scene.
From cosmetology to bartending, a wide variety of jobs are waiting to be filled in the affluent commercial district.
The rock-and-roll themed seafood restaurant will officially open its doors this Saturday.
Three potential designs for the alley have been presented, with work to begin early next year.
The massive transit improvement project, which will run through 2018, has awarded an initial construction contract.
The co-owner of one of Polk Street's hidden gems shares his thoughts on the neighborhood.
Plans have been filed that could see the popular late-night diner demolished.
The concept, imported from Japan, will test players' wits to solve puzzles and escape a room.
It'll be the second SF location for the California-based health-food franchise.
The fast-casual sandwich shop opened this past Friday.
The international frozen yogurt franchise occupied the storefront for the past four years.
From complex murals to quirky tags, Polk boasts a wide range of street art and artists.
A friendly face from one of Polk's favorite watering holes shares her thoughts on the neighborhood.
After a few touch-ups, the independently owned shop is back to business as usual.
The bar and restaurant on Broadway at Polk has closed after less than two years in business.
The "Northern California comfort cafe" is scheduled to open by late July.
A new owner will take over the gallery and framing shop.