Trinity Properties Celebrated the Grand Opening of San Francisco's Newest Public Open Space and Public Art, 
Piazza Angelo, and its 92-Foot Centerpiece,  Venus

Trinity Properties, one of San Francisco's leading residential real estate developers and a pioneer in the revitalization of the Central Market area, celebrated the public opening of Piazza Angelo, a one-acre public plaza honoring developer and donor Angelo Sangiacomo. Located in the heart of Trinity Place, a 1,900-unit apartment complex on 8th Street (between Market and Mission Streets); the Piazza will serve as the permanent home of a singular collection of sculptural art designed by renowned artist Lawrence Argent - including the spectacular 92-foot stainless steel sculpture Venus, which is only slightly shorter than the Statue of Liberty which stands 111.5 feet tall from heel to crown.


Brick sidewalks are especially challenging to keep clean because the joints in between the bricks trap all sorts of dirt and debris. A good washing results in the lower picture.



Community Guide Suzzie collaborating with
SF Homeless Crisis Team 

Community Guide Suzzie meets new SF Police Chief Bill Scott 
during an SFPD tour and assessment of the neighborhood.


CMCBD issues 6th Street Streetscape Recommendations for SFMTA and DPW

CMCBD's recommendations to SFMTA and the Department of Public Works were submitted to the San Francisco Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Staff met with SFMTA head Ed Reiskin and his team to ensure future landscape design plans for 6th Street's sidewalks respect the corridor's needs given its significant public realm challenges. READ MORE

Ford GoBike' Sharing Launched In San Francisco

As Hoodline reported last month, the Bay Area Bike Share program is rebranding to Ford GoBike and adding 2,000 bikes to San Francisco. CMCBD has two bike share stations - Hallidie Plaza and Market @ 7th Street. READ MORE

StreetTaco's 2nd SF Location opens in the District on 9th Street.

Those harboring a craving for traditional Mexican eats can head to 83 9th Street (between Market and Mission), where  StreetTaco has opened its 2nd SF Location.   READ MORE

Central Market food hall heads toward successful redux

The successful food pop-up The Hall paved the way for a $100 million development that will add more housing and ground floor retail to Market Street (between 6th and 7th Streets). READ MORE

Alta CA ready for spin-offs in Dogpatch, Central Market

Alta will move its Market Street location from one site to another. Its new home will be the Grant Building (1095 Market Street) currently being outfitted for the new Yotel. READ MORE

TNDC makes progress on 1036 Mission Street mixed-use, affordable project

1036 Mission will consist of 83 affordable residential rental units and ground floor commercial space. The project which, will front on Mission Street and Jesse Street, is moving swiftly and slated for completion late 2017. READ MORE

Proper Hotel at 1100 Market Street
Removes Barricades To Reveal New First Floor
Opening August 2017!

  1400 Mission's ground floor retail adds goods, services and significant vibrancy           t o the 10th and Mission street area with new Peet's Coffee and FedEx                               


The Broadway smash hit "Hamilton" arrived in San Francisco to the delight of theater goers and local businesses near the Orpheum Theatre. READ MORE

Young Artists and Old Masters Music Salon at IAMA

Salle des Artistes and IAMA hosted a June Music Salon "Young Artists and Old Masters". The event featured romantic music for voice and guitar, featuring mezzo soprano Melinda Becker and guitarist Jon Mendle.  READ MORE

CMCBD sponsored Summer Arts Events Series at The Hall

With generous support from  Grants For The Arts and the Central Market Community Benefit District, the Summer Nights Arts Series will unfold at The Hall through September. Cheers to summer in SF and to the ARTS! READ MORE

Summer of Love 'trading cards' hit Market Street

Local artists Kate Haug and Ivan Uranga added a signature midcentury flare to the photos gracing Market Street bus shelters. It's all part of the San Francisco Arts Commission's  regular poster art seriesREAD MORE.


This colorful garage door greets passersby on Tehama Street.
Thank you for keeping the District beautiful.
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