The plan calls for 15 town homes and 2 retail spaces, but some residents said the design is "soulless."
CTA staff recommended using the funds to pay for infrastructure projects instead.
West Portal is one of the many western neighborhoods developed after streetcar service to the area began in early 1918.
The artist behind the sign thought up the piece while driving from Hunter's Point to Bernal Heights.
After analyzing the circuits, a contractor restored the vintage sign's original flashing sequence.
Tomorrow's event will be the largest tree planting in San Francisco's history.
The city and advisory council selected a developer for a 17-acre plot of land currently used as a City College parking lot.
The Saturday in the Park concert series showcases local artists –– and McLaren Park, San Francisco's second largest park.
Since the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake, which damaged the property, the Car Barn has sat vacant.
Neighbors supported a crowdfunding campaign last week to help install neon lights on San Bruno Avenue's long-vacant Avenue Theater.
Along with affordable housing units, each plan includes at least four acres of open space and a childcare facility.
Plans for the 17-acre city-owned site next to City College have divided housing proponents and opponents.
Once used as a streetcar hub, this historic landmark has been vacant since 1989.
"It’s the story of anyone who ever wanted to keep their world the same,” says the local artist and illustrator of his new book.
Residents voiced concern that a planned development would displace multiple family-owned businesses and attract more chain stores to Ocean Avenue.
A proposal would lower the speed limit on McLaren Park's main artery to 40 mph, which park advocates believe is still far too high.
City officials said that the violence is part of an ongoing gang war between Oceanview and Sunnydale.
Developers will present proposals for the future housing development this summer, and the city is working to get a more representative group of residents in the room.
The district also saw multiple cell phone thefts on Muni, and a man beaten unconscious with a metal bat.
The owner of The Great Overland Book Co. is seeking "progressive, ethical" book lovers to continue the business.
Police have arrested a suspect in connection to the homicide January 29th at Mission and Excelsior streets.
If enacted, the GBD would levy an annual fee on property owners to support Inner Sunset maintenance and beautification.
The struggling Gleneagles course is bringing in disc golf to help secure its financial future, amid a decline in regular golfers.
After nearly a decade of planning and delays, Rec & Park is hosting a groundbreaking ceremony this Thursday for the future garden near Balboa BART Station.
The store opened in 2012 as part of the mayor's push to fill long-term vacancies along the avenue.