In a city infamous for soaring rent prices and sometimes problematic infrastructure, one business owner has found complete peace. Her name is Marjorie “Marge” Heard, and she found that stillness in the Outer Sunset.
“The Inner Sunset is the greatest area in the City,” Kamely said, throwing his strong hands across his chest. “America is a great opportunity for everyone who has a dream.
Tartine Bakery recently opened a new location in the Inner Sunset, near Ninth Avenue and Irving Street.
The San Francisco-founded, James Beard award-winning eatery began 17 years ago in the Mission District as a place for bakers to “bring bread with an old soul into the lives of our friends in California,” according to the shop’s website.
The Riptide website describes the watering hole, built in 1941, as being “on the edge of the western world.” It is located on a stretch of Taraval near the Great Highway that has become increasingly crowded with popular shops and eateries.
Plans for a new Andronico’s Community Market in the former Fresh & Easy grocery space, next to the CVS Pharmacy at Clement Street and 32nd Avenue, were submitted to the San Francisco Planning Department.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed celebrated San Francisco’s Small Business Week (May 6-11) where local businesses, entrepreneurs and workers are being recognized and celebrated for their contribution to the local economy of their neighborhoods.
The San Franpsycho success story was born on the waves of Ocean Beach among a tight-knit community of surfers and has grown into what is now a thriving Sunset-based business, a clothing shop and lifestyle brand and a hub of community energy with good vibes.
Although the Sunset District is doing a little better than other districts, storefronts along its commercial corridors stubbornly remain empty. A new survey by the Sunset Beacon newspaper shows that many have been empty for more than a year.
Photos by David Law, White Horse Productions.
The year was 1959 when Joe Politz opened the original Joe’s Ice Cream on the corner of Geary Boulevard and 18th Avenue. Sixty years later, he was on hand to celebrate its milestone birthday with the current owners, Sean and Alice Kim, who bought the store in 2012.
Some commercial corridors in the Richmond District are riddled with empty storefronts. A new survey by the Richmond Review newspaper shows that the majority of them have been empty for more than a year.
Sunset Business News features updates from our local commercial districts.
Editor: Joe’s Ice Cream is preparing for our 60th Anniversary and we have a fun day planned. The event is Saturday, April 13 starting at 11:30 a.m. at 5420 Geary Blvd. […]
In an out-sourcing economy where it seems just about everything, including major appliances, is made cheap, Noriega Furniture stands firm on a commitment to quality and customer service. And it has been that way for the past 70 years.
Members of the Other Avenues Food Co-op celebrate after the Outer Judah Street business was named “small business
of the year” by District 4 Supervisor Katy Tang.