Better Market Street Popups

From www.bettermarketstreetsf.org:

One street meeting. One street moving.
Better Market Street Popups Appear Fridays in Fall!
Friday, September 28
12:00 – 2:00 PM and 4:00 – 9:00 PM

FoodLab @ Renoir Hotel, 45 McAllister Street (at Market Street at 7th Street)

The Better Market Street project popups will kick off at the FoodLab at A Temporary Offering (ATO) with exciting displays of concepts that will provide a glimpse of the corridor’s potential future alongside refreshments and entertainment.

The September 28th FoodLab popup will also concur with two other events:

  • 2 Blocks of Art, an art walk showcasing over 100 local artists in 25 locations near 6th & Market from 4:00 – 8:oo PM.
  • Performances from Flyaway Productions, an aerial dance company on the 7th Street wall of the Renoir Hotel at 8:30 pm and 9:30 pm.
Fridays, October 5-26
The Better Market Street team will also be out every Friday in October re-appropriating JCDecaux newsstand kiosks throughout Market Street’s major areas including the Embarcadero, Financial District, Mid-Market and Retail District to inform average, daily users of the street about the project. These pop ups will occur on the following dates, locations, and times:
  • Steuart & Market – Friday, October 5 – 11am to 2 pm
  • Battery & Bush – Friday, October 12 – 11am to 2 pm
  • Market & Post – Friday, October 19 – 11am to 2 pm
  • Market & 5th Street – Friday, October 26 – 11am to 2 pm
The Better Market Street Project is led by the SF Department of Public Works in collaboration with the SF Planning Department, SF Municipal Transportation Agency, SF County Transit Authority, and the Office of Economic and Workforce Development.

 

For more information on the Better Market Street Project, call (415) 558-4045, or visitwww.bettermarketstreetsf.org311: 中文 / Español / Français / 日本語 / 한국어 / русский / tiếng Việt / Tagalog /ภ”ษ”ไทย

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