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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.
The building, listed for $2.4 million, is likely to be demolished and rebuilt.
When might the ads be from? How long has it been since anyone had a Par-T-Pak Cola? We talked to local historians to find out.
Starting with a meeting this Sunday, Preston is taking on the conflict that's stymied two of his predecessors — including Mayor Breed.
After four years of negotiations, the proposed development at 400 Divisadero is headed to the Planning Commission for approval.
The mixed-use building's developer will hold a final community meeting on Monday before submitting it to the Planning Department.
The longtime Lower Haight businesses will also get ADA upgrades during their closures.
D5 Supervisor Vallie Brown is hoping to find a compromise between developers and affordable housing advocates.
None of the spots we found were pet-friendly.
David Kriozere is holding weekly chats to answer questions and solicit feedback about his forthcoming project.
"In general, the project is disrespectful," said a neighbor who opposes the owners' move to reclaim the space.
The Duboce Triangle washateria has tried unsuccessfully to reinvent itself multiple times in recent years.
The long-vacant storefront was originally set to become an elder-care facility, but now it's changing things up.