The SF Planning Commission approved a plan Thursday to beautify Chinatown’s Portsmouth Square, and the most popular part of the plan is getting rid of that ugly pedestrian bridge above Kearny Street.
Mayor Breed blasts Sup. Chan over car-free JFK: ‘You seem to have a problem with the existing process’
In a theatrical performance at Tuesday’s Board of Supervisors meeting, Supervisor Connie Chan made hay over her car-free JFK Drive proposal, and the mayor called Chan’s comments ”not a responsible way” to decide the matter.
Perhaps best known for its packaged chips and salsas, Casa Sanchez became San Francisco’s 100th legacy business back in 2017 — and its longtime location at 2778 24th Street might soon be recognized as a City landmark.
A private high school on the border of Pacific Heights and Laurel Heights is planning for a big addition to the already scattered campus, and that means a strip mall will have to be bulldozed.