Scooter Etiquette, Everything You Need To Know

With the reappearance of scooters in San Francisco on Monday, October 15th, city agencies, scooter companies, and riders have a second chance at making things right. You may remember that the important influx of scooters earlier this year – a rather new way of getting around at the time – created a little bit of a capharnaum on San Francisco’s sidewalks.

Salesforce Transit Center Updates, What Can We Expect?

The news of compromised structural supports and the closing of Salesforce Transit Center was a blow to the neighborhood, city and the region. Luckily, transit operations were able to quickly move back to the still-available Temporary Terminal Site. On October 2, 2018, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA)-in charge of the Transit center-held a special Board of Directors meeting where the following points were addressed:

SPUR Urban Enthusiasts Tour The East Cut

On Thursday, August 29, about thirty urban design and architecture enthusiasts attended the SPUR walking tour of The East Cut. San Francisco Planning Department’s Joshua Switzky presented the ideas behind the Transit Center District Plan and Transbay Redevelopment Plan that created the opportunity to create San Francisco’s first high-density, transit-rich district.

The East Cut Community Benefit Joins CleanSafe365

The East Cut Community Benefit is a proud member of the CleanSafe365 Coalition, a newly formed coalition of businesses, merchant groups, civic organizations, community benefit districts and property owners committing to advocating for and supporting sustainable solutions to keep San Francisco streets safe and clean every day of the year.

Soda Studio Launching This Thursday in The East Cut

The East Cut Community Benefit District and the San Francisco Planning Department are pleased to announce the opening of our South Downtown Design + Activation (Soda) pop-up outreach space located within the district and plan area.

Helping Transform Vacant Retail Space Into Community Space

Empty storefronts with “For Lease” signs are a sight all too common in neighborhoods across San Francisco, from the Mission to the Marina. As many neighborhoods struggle with how to activate these lifeless spaces, The East Cut Community Benefit District (CBD) is taking a novel approach to transforming retail in the neighborhood.

Third Fridays | Home/Sick Art Opening

Third Fridays’ transforms vacant retail space into valuable free community space. Each month, The East Cut Community Benefit District transforms inactive, vacant space into free space for local art, culture and community.

Let’s Make 2018 Safe For Everyone In The District

Although The East Cut’s ambassadors and community patrol work 24 hours per day to keep the District safe and comfortable, please keep in mind 8 key safety tips we’ve gathered from the San Francisco Police Department and The East Cut Team.

East Cut Art Fair Debuts January 12th

A boutique pop-up art fair featuring four Bay Area galleries: Chandra Cerrito Contemporary, George Lawson Gallery, Seager Gray Gallery and Slate Contemporary. Debuting January 12th – 14th.

The East Cut Holiday Shopping Guide

Holiday Collection “On a Faux Bear Rug” Chocolate Gift Box Socola Chocolatier The chocolate gift box includes Hazelnut Praline, Pumpkin Burnt Caramel, Pecan Toffee, and Champagne flavors. Socola truffles are… Read more »