The two-plus year eviction saga continues, although is perhaps winding its way to a sad conclusion, as the sheriff changes the locks and leaves 100-year-old Iris Canada’s lawyer and supporters to agitate from outside.
Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio another person's townhouse? Let's find out. Today's price: $3,400, just about San Francisco’s median rent this month.
Noted Lower Haight denizen Dan Jackson (whose guide to the Lower Haight you should read posthaste) captured an illuminating, mushroom-laced scenario over the weekend—this giant projection of Super Mario Bros. on the side of a two-story Edwardian.
Built as a movie palace in 1926, this Theatre Lofts screened many flicks before being adapted into lofts by architect George Hauser in 2001. While the exterior still looks the same, more or less, the insides are now strictly contemporary industrial.
Temper flare, accusations fly, and angry messages pass back and forth as a 100-year-old woman who has lived on Page Street since World War II may soon face her final days inside a place she's called home for generations.
Iris Canada, who turned 100 this summer, resisted all efforts to remove her from her home of half a century on Page Street. She was even awarded permission to stay in April, but that same decision ordered her to cover her landlords' legal fees.
A "mansion" in Pac Heights, a secluded home near the Twin Peaks summit, a trophy unit in SoMa, and a vintage property in the Lower Haight—we have some of the most promising properties in SF for the money. The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog.f