Tenderloin / Mid-Market

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Two-way conversion of Ellis and Eddy moving forward

The San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency finally seems to be pursuing two-way conversion for a handful of one-way blocks in the Tenderloin on Ellis and Eddy streets.  Ellis and Eddy, as well as other streets in the Tenderloin, host relatively minimal vehicle traffic.  Yet despite the neighborhood’s very low vehicle ownership rate [1], these streets … Continue reading

Tenderloin Trio Takes Shape

The Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation (TNDC) manages about 1,800 residential units for very low-income tenants, and it is currently pursuing several new residential projects in the Tenderloin and nearby South of Market locations, in the form of both new construction and reuse of historical buildings. Among the new construction projects is a trio of buildings … Continue reading

New Plans for Senior Housing at St. Anthony

Courtesy Central City Extra. St. Anthony Foundation has been an institution in the Tenderloin for decades, providing shelter, daily meals, clothes, as well as medical and social services to San Francisco’s homeless since 1950. St. Anthony (headquartered on the southern side of Golden Gate Avenue, at Jones) will move many of its services into a … Continue reading

Filling in Taylor Street

Filling in Taylor Street. The Business Times reports today that the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp. is taking on another fairly high-profile low-income housing project, having acquired the 22,000-square foot surface parking lot at the corner of Taylor and Eddy Streets. The TNDC plans to build a project very much in the mold of their project … Continue reading

Construction Progress: 9-25-2007

Time for another construction update! The last construction progress post mainly focused on buildings that were recently completed or are very near completion, so this post will cover many large projects that are not as far along yet. As usual for these posts, you can click through each picture to see a larger version. The … Continue reading

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