After a short break, Block by Block is back! Irving Street is featured for the last time this week, so enjoy these final photographs of the lively neighborhood. We’re jumping over to Judah next, so don’t forget to tune in!
It’s always a lovely time meandering down Irving street, especially when the sun decides to come join. Although few people crossed my path this week, little signs and neighborhood oddities keep the walk interesting. Enjoy this set of pictures!
Another week dedicated to Irving Street. Check out these photos to get to know the many faces and shops that make the neighborhood so lively!
Welcome to the first-ever “Block by Block” post by photojournalist Eloise Kelsey! This week’s column features the people, shops and quirks found on Irving Street from Third to Seventh avenues. Enjoy!
Looking east toward Ninth Avenue in 1910, Irving Street was lined with private residences and a few scattered shops. Beyond this burgeoning corridor you can see the Affiliated Colleges peeking out from the forested peaks of Mt. Sutro. That is UCSF’s Parnassus Campus today.
Barbary Coast Sunset, the first Black-owned cannabis club in San Francisco, opened its doors in October of last year at 2161 Irving St., between 22nd and 23rd avenues.
“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.
In an effort to fully accommodate the final phase of the Inner Sunset Streetscape Improvement Project, shuttle buses will substitute for the N-Judah line between Ocean Beach and Carl and Cole streets starting on April 13 and continuing for approximately two weeks.