“To answer with runs after they put up a pretty big inning and started to get momentum on their side, you could feel as soon as we scored that four runs in the seventh that the game started to change,” Gallo said. “It was a huge boost for us.” … [Read more...] about Gallo, Choo Homer As Rangers Avoid Sweep In San Francisco
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Downtown revivals across the country began in the 1980s, as residents flocked to cities instead of the suburbs. The population in downtown San Francisco grew 67% over almost four decades, from 53,000 in 1980 to approximately 89,000 in 2018, according to a recent Brookings Institution report. In the past decade, numerous office and residential towers have been built in the Transbay district, extending downtown’s reach. … [Read more...] about Empty towers. Quiet streets. Struggling cafes. Will downtown San Francisco ever boom again?
Diners at Cafe Tiramisu on Belden Place are taken care of at their outdoor tables by waitstaff in San Francisco, Calif., on Tuesday, June 16, 2020. The transitional post-shelter in place phase of landscape of San Francisco dining establishments is starting. Eateries try to stir back into action, but with a burden of constraints of protecting their customers. Several places on Belden Place are coming back with spaced outdoor tables, and several places on Green Street between Grant and Columbus are testing the waters as well with new dining in the street.Photo: Carlos Avila Gonzalez / The Chronicle … [Read more...] about San Francisco begins to stir back to life — but there’s a long way to go
Judge Charles Haines flatly disagreed, ruling that the ordinance, authored by Supervisor Dean Preston, “is a permissible exercise” of the city’s power to regulate evictions “to promote public welfare.” He also ruled that the law did not conflict with state emergency orders, as the landlord and real estate groups contended. … [Read more...] about San Francisco judge upholds city’s ban on evictions during coronavirus pandemic
San Francisco went to court last year to force both companies to produce details on their San Francisco rides to help the city understand their impact. Andrea Guzman, a spokeswoman for the city attorney’s office, said it is negotiating with Lyft over the release of its data and expects that to happen at a yet-to-be-determined time. The city has obtained a court order compelling Uber to provide most of its data by Feb. 14. … [Read more...] about Lyft trips in San Francisco more efficient than personal cars, study finds