Tag Archives: 20th Street

The corner of Valencia and 20th streets will be the site of the Mission's newest medical center.

Sutter Health Center Takes Root in SF Mission Condominium Building

The Sutter Pacific Medical Foundation is moving a new healthcare center into the currently empty retail spaces at the bottom of the five-story condominium building at 899 Valencia St., set to open in mid-November. The development houses 18 condominiums and three empty spaces on its ground floor, all of which will be occupied by the outpatient healthcare facility in an effort...
The storefront that housed Jocelyn's Bakery for some two decades will soon reopen an ice cream shop. Photo by Lola Chavez

The Mission Gets Another Ice Cream Shop!

A year after the beloved, Latina-owned Jocelyn’s Bakery departed the Mission after serving pastries alongside healthy juices for some two decades, it turns out that come October, 3566 20th St. at the corner of Lexington will reopen as an ice cream parlor and that its owner – much like the previous tenant – is a health-conscious, female entrepreneur with a sweet...
Photo by Lola M. Chavez

Crowd Celebrates Noise Pop Block Party on 20th St.

Several thousand people showed up today to the 20th street block party sponsored by Noise Pop,  a Mission-based music promoter. The party was also a chance to celebrate education and immigrant right activist Rosario Anaya, and raise money for the Mission Language and Vocational School that will be named in her honor. Food, vending, and music filled the four block radius and the...
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Expanded 20th St. Party Honors SF Mission Icon

A Mission leader credited with helping to place some 40,000 Latino and immigrant community members in jobs will be honored at this Saturday’s 20th Street Block Party– a free, day-long neighborhood party expected to draw some 15,000 revelers to the 20th Street Corridor. The building that houses the Mission Language and Vocational School at 2929 19th St. will be named after its...
Shepard Fairey's new mural   at 701 Alabama St. is in progress. Photo by Laura Waxmann

Artist Shepard Fairey Brings Social Justice Mural to SF Mission

A poster rendition of President Barack Obama superimposed with the word “Hope” catapulted street artist Shepard Fairey into mainstream consciousness during the 2008 election, and the internationally recognized street artist is now spreading his art – and politics – to the Mission. On Thursday, Fairey could be seen standing on a lift some 20 feet in the air against the...
Photo by Emma Neiman

SF’s 20th Street Becomes ‘the Place to Be’

During the day, it’s easy to miss Trick Dog, a bar known for its high-end cocktails.  But by night, the line out the door is a dead giveaway that something’s up — something that’s attracting newcomers from around the peninsula to a neighborhood that has transformed from residential and old industrial to Saturday night hip. The short block between Alabama to...
Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association members review a mural and rendering of what a Sutter affiliate health campus would look like at the ground floor of V20 on Valencia and 20th streets.

Residents Meet Proposed Medical Neighbors and Say, Move Elsewhere

The appropriateness of Sutter Health’s plan to open an affiliate medical center on the corner of 20th and Valencia streets was the subject of a lengthy and at times tense meeting on Monday night. The talk, hosted by the Liberty Hill Neighborhood Association, brought together 25 concerned Mission District residents and three employees of Sutter Health’s Pacific Medical Foundation, which...
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Mission Streetscape Workshop

Residents weigh in on projects designed to improve Mission District streetscapes. By STEFANIA ROUSSELLE

Pepper Spray and Tazers Used as Weapons

Criminals may be using items that citizens carry for self-defense as weapons. According to police a Hispanic male was robbed of $40 in cash when a woman attacked him with pepper spray near 20th Street and S. Van Ness. It happened early Tuesday morning at 2:25 a.m.  The victim was walking home at the time of the attack. He was...