Removal of long vacant Beat bar in favor of a 13-room hotel has been planned since 2013, with permits finally issued in December, but the warehouse-style building from 1906 didn’t go the way of most 1906 buildings until just this weekend.
On the heels of San Francisco’s 10 most popular Instagram spots, the fine folks at Instagram shared with Curbed SF the top 25 most geotagged businesses in San Francisco. And, yes, In-N-Out made the cut. (Whew.)
AAU owns some of SF's most remarkable historic buildings — and some of its junkiest. Here's a look at how deeply into the city's architectural history the Academy's real estate empire stretches, and how deep the pile of alleged violations reaches.
It appears that Atlanta- and New York-based Jamestown LP has wooed the Port of San Francisco and won a lease on the 20,000 square-foot commercial space at Pier 29. Their secret: Plying us all with the irresistible offer of coffee and booze.
Our 100-year-old landfill is seismically unstable and likely to slide several feet into the bay when the Big One strikes. That is, unless the city invests in an expensive and difficult process of reinforcing the waterfront's foundations.