Fate of Fillmore Muni substation back on the table

Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi and the San Francisco Office of Economic and Workforce Development will host a workshop on potential uses for the Fillmore Muni substation. The City had originally sold the two-story building on the corner of Fillmore and Turk streets to the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency for $900,000, but plans to turn it into a jazz center fizzled and it was sold back.

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