“The cornerstone nightclub of the revitalized Fillmore jazz district is about to get a $1.5 million Redevelopment Agency bailout loan — but it comes at the cost of fixing a long-abandoned building in the neighborhood.
Officials are close to taking $3.3 million intended for revamping the abandoned Muni substation at Fillmore and Turk streets and instead offering the money as loans to struggling businesses, helping pay for restaurant consultants and funding an operating shortfall at a parking garage.”
“The Redevelopment Agency will vote today to transfer the deed for the Muni substation, along with valuable certificates of redevelopment, back to The City. As of now, city officials have no plans for the aging property”
∙ Jazz district loan comes at cost [San Francisco Examiner]
∙ Tough Times For The Fledgling Fillmore Jazz District’s Rebirth [SocketSite]
∙ The (Re)Development And Design Of 1198 Fillmore And 1345 Turk [SocketSite]