Annice Jacoby, the author of the book, “Street Art San Francisco,” says that there are three kinds of murals in the City: those that are provocative, those that are protective and those that are playful.
‘Then and Now’: Judah Street and 20th Avenue
View of 20th Avenue at Judah Street looking north toward Golden Gate Park, circa 1937. This photo, from the outsidelands.org website, is labeled “17-Line MSRy streetcar #131.”
Neighbors Balk at Irving Street Developer’s Expansion Plans
While state-mandated restrictions on non-essential construction have been in effect since the COVID-19 outbreak, neighborhood groups have become concerned over proposed plans for an apartment building at 4326-4336 Irving St. in the Outer Sunset District, between 44th and 45th avenues.
Judah St. Gas Station Redevelopment Plan Digs Up Toxic Concerns
A 20-unit development at the corner of Judah Street and 45th Avenue is moving forward after the San Francisco Board of Appeals rejected efforts by some local residents to put the brakes on redeveloping an old gas station.