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Power Exchange Is Back, and Transit-Friendly!

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Notorious sex club Power Exchange, just recently kicked to the curb, suddenly has a new home within totally consensual distance of tourists. The saga so far: once closed, the sex club almost returned to a new location at 44 Gough St, until neighbors found out and threw a collective fit. Owner of said club, with architect by his side, then claimed "unusual code enforcement activity" against his business, which he couldn't decide was "more like a strip club or a gym" (because it matters). Also, the city's Planning Department had "its head in its posterior, DEEP"— we're to trust Power Exchange on this one. Fast forward to yesterday, when The Snitch reported that the club has just opened a short constitutional away from the Westfield mall and Powell Street Station, at 34 Mason St. And now the fun times begin.
· Power Exchange Sex Club Reopens in Tenderloin, Outraging Neighbors [The Snitch]
· Power Failure, II: Club Is Too Sexy for Office Building [Curbed SF]
· Power Failure: Former Sex Club Up for Sale [Curbed SF]