Skip to Content
Streetsblog San Francisco home
Streetsblog San Francisco home
Log In
Events

Nurturing Change on Central Market Street

From SPUR:

Join John Peterson of Public Architecture and Judy Nemzoff from the San Francisco Arts Commission to learn about their partnership and efforts to revitalize Central Market Street. The ARTery Project will help transform Market Street into a nationally-celebrated cultural destination. The project’s signature component, Lights on Market Street, features three temporary site-specific light installations. In addition, the two organizations are part of a collaborative effort to support arts organizations seeking to move into the district’s vacant buildings by providing pro bono design services through The 1% program. The discussion will cover a variety of other strategies to activate Central Market Street--from Art in Storefronts, to HOK’s proposal to adaptively reuse JCDecaux kiosks, and plans for PG&E’s Mission Street Sub-Station façade improvements.

Stay in touch

Sign up for our free newsletter

More from Streetsblog San Francisco

Call to Action: Next Step to Save the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge Bike Lane

There are six lanes on the Richmond-San Rafael Bridge. Drivers still want all of them. The fight to reserve one for people not in cars continues.

May 23, 2024

Alameda Installing Unprotected Bike Lanes on Park and Webster

How many Tess Rothsteins and Maia Correias have to die in dooring crashes before Bay Area cities stop accepting door-side lanes as an acceptable solution under any circumstances?

May 23, 2024
See all posts