A new survey from the site's development team seeks input on potential uses for its ground floor space.
The ongoing fire is burning in the light well of the building, which contains seven apartments on three floors.
Eerie scenes of daily life are unfolding today under vivid red and orange skies.
With hotel rooms only offered to certain groups, many campers are simply being shuffled from neighborhood to neighborhood.
Some bright spots in this edition of Upper Haight business briefs: one expansion, one reopening, and more good news from the neighborhood.
The site was approved as a navigation center in March, but the city has scrapped those plans, and is now evaluating it for a potential tent village.
As Mayor Breed diverts $120 million out of traditional law enforcement, programs that keep youth out of jail could serve as examples for crime prevention among adults.
Currently a safe sleeping site for the unhoused, the lot will eventually have over 100 housing units for low-income residents.
Fish plans to interview dozens of veterans of the '60s and '70s counterculture, creating an archive for future artists-in-residence.
One of the fallen trees crushed two cars at the DMV, trapping a passenger inside.
In this week's Upper Haight business brief, two longtime clothiers close permanently, and a new vintage store appears to have changed its plans about opening.
The flower only blooms every 3-5 years, so the Conservatory of Flowers has figured out a socially distant way to show it off.
The Red Vic's front window is now hosting drag shows — and raising money to turn the space into housing for trans people of color.
The new city-sanctioned tent site, with room for 40-50 people, will offer an alternative to unhoused Mission residents as shelters remain at limited capacity.
A manhunt ensued after the suspect fled into the adjacent parking garage.
Emergency crews responded to flipped SUVs two days in a row, on 15th Street at Noe yesterday afternoon and Market & Gough today.
Park Station is seeking the victim of a July assault at Waller and Belvedere to help build a case against the suspect, who police have identified.
The suspect in the incident remains at large.
As the city responds to the Tenderloin lawsuit by clearing camps there, homeless people are flooding into Hayes Valley, neighbors say.
Valencia Street's popular record shop is consolidating to Oakland, giving its co-tenant a chance to expand into the full space.
The Bay Area recently lost two veteran sex clubs to COVID-19. But others say they're confident they can survive it — and that a new law may grow their ranks.
The milliner's Haight Street store, one of several in San Francisco, is calling it quits.
"We're not looking at doing a whole revamp at all," founder Amanda Michael said. "Just a little bit of Jane brought into a lot of Toy Boat."
Before the pandemic, the popular toy shop was considering a third location. Now, it's being forced to downsize to remain viable.
It's official: the 20th edition of Hardly Strictly will be moving to the digital sphere.