Check out The Crossing at East Cut, with a beer garden every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, soccer pitches, pickleball courts, outdoor fitness brought by LuxFit, and more coming soon!Visit The Crossing
DISCOVER HIDDEN SPACES,
PUBLIC ART, AND MORE!
Under Ramp Park is the most important park planned in The East Cut and The East Cut CBD is raising funds to save its development. Help us bring the park to reality and transform the neighborhood.DONATE NOW
The East Cut is home to 40+ privately owned public open spaces, or POPOS.
On Saturday, April 23rd, The East Cut CBD and hundreds of San Francisco residents arrived at The Crossing to celebrate the arrival of spring Sunny skies greeted over a... More →
Designed to celebrate the reopening of San Francisco's Downtown, BloomSF kicked off on March 27th with floral installations made in partnership with the San Francisco... More →
As part of its annual Green IMPACT week, DocuSign employees spent Wednesday, March 23rd in The East Cut supporting volunteer-led efforts to beautify three... More →
March has been a busy month for projects in The East Cut but none were more anticipated than the Community Garden garden plot build at 29 Essex Street! On Saturday,... More →
Join East Cut Volunteer Tour Leaders for a tour throughout the neighborhood’s hidden spaces, and learn more about the past, present, and future of San Francisco’s new downtown!
Join neighbors and your work crew at The Crossing at East Cut for a Solstice Social! Live music, drinks, snacks, board games, a tie-dye workshop, and for those green thumbs, a station to repot all those pandemic house plants you bought over the past two years! Feeling lucky? Then be sure to join the Solstice Bingo game and beat out friends old and new for the chance to win a prize!
In addition to the festivities, learn more about The East Cut CBD, volunteer opportunities, and the future amenities coming to this neighborhood, including the future use of The Crossing parcels.
For event details and to RSVP to this free neighborhood event visit Eventbrite.
The Community Development Committee usually meets on the first Wednesday of every other month.
The Neighborhood Parks and Greenspace Committee usually meets odd months on the second Friday.