SPUR Mid-Market Walking Tour

From SPUR:

Join Lisa Zayas-Chien of the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency on a tour of the proposed Mid-Market Redevelopment Project Area where we will see and discuss opportunities to bolster City and community-driven initiatives already underway. Ongoing initiatives include the cultivation of a Central Market arts district supported by the National Endowment for the Arts and the reinvigoration of Market Street’s public realm led by the Better Market Street Project.

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