San Francisco economic officials hope to roll out a new technology within the next few months that will help The City keep tabs of vacant commercial properties so they can better attract business to those areas.
A new survey of low-income businesses and entrepreneurs shows that one of the biggest needs in San Francisco’s business climate is a universal tracking system that better connects potential tenants with vacant commercial space. Read More
Bay Area native Greg Wimmer owns 11 units spread across three buildings in upscale neighborhoods. But currently, just four of them are used to house renters.
That’s because Wimmer decided to take a handsome but neglected seven-unit, 95-year-old building in Nob Hill off the rental market — by evicting the tenants — after he bought it in 2002. Read More