The Crossing at East Cut (Temporary Transbay Terminal Activation) Updates

UPDATE 7 – 9/9/21 It’s finally here! The Crossing at East Cut*, a highly anticipated new community destination delivering food and beverage, entertainment, and recreation offerings, will officially open Friday, September 10 at the former Temporary Transbay Transit Terminal. The nearly 3.5-acre block between Howard, Main, Folsom, and Beale Street is being transformed so the… Read more »

Introducing East Cut Seats – A Seating Program for Neighborhood Businesses!

The East Cut Community Benefit District is excited to announce EAST CUT SEATS – an East Cut neighborhood table & chairs program for local businesses! This initiative will achieve multiple goals, with the principal objective of helping neighborhood businesses participate in the new norm of outdoor dining. Moveable tables and chairs also increase neighborhood sociability… Read more »

Summer Programming at Salesforce Park!

Programming at Salesforce Park is in full force this summer! Free public park activities are available to all who visit the park. There are plenty of activity offerings, from bootcamps and yoga to writing, photography, and more. You can follow updates by checking this webpage, following the social media channels @TheEastCut and @TransitCenterSF, or opting… Read more »

Public Tours Project Launches with First Neighborhood WalkShop

This spring and summer, The East Cut CBD is inviting our community to join in the creation and promotion of walking tours in the neighborhood! As the home to incredible artwork, public spaces, plants, and buildings, The East Cut CBD is creating a series of neighborhood tours based on four different themes: public art, hidden… Read more »

Folsom Streetscape Improvements Project Construction Update

Construction Update for 3/1/20: The Folsom Streetscape Improvement Project reached Substantial Completion (all contract work completed, short of punch list items) on February 19, 2021. The punch list items left to complete include: Repour concrete sidewalk flags where previously-installed concrete may have cracked, as well as new concrete where utility boxes have been installed Install… Read more »

The East Cut CBD’s FY2019-2020 Annual Report is Here!

The East Cut Community Benefit District has had an eventful fiscal year and we are very happy to report on all the achievements made between July 2019 and June 2020 through the Annual Report. The report offers a page-by-page snapshot of the organization’s operations and activities over the 12-month period. Throughout the month of February,… Read more »

Five Additional Bigbelly Trash Receptacles Installed in The East Cut

Earlier this week, the City removed five standard cans from The East Cut to make way for Bigbelly trash receptacles. This latest installation brings the total number of smart cans in the district up to ten from its previous number of five (installed in December 2019). This latest addition to the district’s Bigbelly cache brings… Read more »

Encampment at 110 Main Cleared, Most Accept Stable Housing

On Wednesday, October 28th, San Francisco’s Healthy Streets Operations Center (HSOC) addressed the encampment on Main and Mission streets. The East Cut CBD has done its best to provide service and cleaning to the encampment since March, while continually advocating for a better outcome for the neighborhood and the individuals living on the sidewalk. The… Read more »

Howard Street Quick-Build Project Updates

The SFMTA, as part of its Vision Zero Quick Build effort, will begin work on Howard Street between 3rd Street and the Embarcadero on November 16th, 2020. The work is expected to be completed before the end of the month and is part of the Howard Street Quick-Build Project. A summary of the project taken… Read more »

One Market Serves as Partner for Final Delivery Event

Last week, the East Cut CBD staff and its team of East Cut Eats volunteers gathered together at One Market to offer the final day of fee-free delivery to East Cut Residents. Seventeen orders were placed for dinner by district residents and were delivered by foot and by bike throughout the evening. One Market launched… Read more »