2014 Sunday Streets Schedule is Set

sundaystreets
I grew up in a tight-knit community in New York, where we had annual block parties that let us ride our bikes and play games in the street. That’s why I’m a huge fan of the Sunday Streets concept in San Francisco.

Sunday Streets coordinates events throughout the city where streets are closed to cars for several hours so neighbors and visitors can participate in a variety of physical activities such as biking, dancing and yoga. Non-profit and health groups also provide info and activities about their services.

The eight dates and locations for Sunday Streets 2014 have been set, with such neighborhoods as the Mission, Excelsior and Bayview among the lineup. Click here for the full schedule.

Mission Bay’s Madrone Moves Ahead

Remember Mission Bay’s Radiance development? The first building was constructed and sold, but then work on the sidekick ceased due to the faltering economy. Construction is moving ahead on The Madrone, which will be a lower-story property adjacent to Radiance.

Read the latest about San Francisco’s upcoming new development, as well as check out the latest sales in the current issue of MarketTracker.