826 Valencia is a nonprofit organization in San Francisco dedicated to supporting under-resourced students ages 6 to 18 with their writing skills, helping teachers get their students excited about writing, and cultivating wonder. more
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Whether you're looking to see a world-championship team, experience a limitless culinary scene, take part in unparalleled retail opportunities or work for booming new businesses, Chase Center represents all the irreplaceable assets that we've come to... more
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China Basin is a neighborhood built on landfill along the San Francisco Bay. It lies north of Mission Creek and the Mission Bay neighborhood, and includes Oracle Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, numerous restaurants, and the Caltrain railroad... more
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The amazingly changing neighborhood continues to morph.  Where it ends is anybody's idea.   The corridor on the 3rd Street continues to add lots of great boutique shops, restaurants, bars and cafes. more
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This little strip of green is a wonderful urban park in Dogpatch. Usually quite and bordered with trees, the open space is a popular play area for dogs. If you had time, it would be a fine place to picnic before an early Warriors game. more
KQED Public Broadcasting first appeared on television screens in the Bay Area on April 5, 1954, as a vehicle to extend the educational reach of media into San Francisco homes. As one of the flagship stations in public broadcasting, KQED is a leader i... more
Once the site of railroad car turnaround, Mariposa Park is an expansive sundrenched lawn and a trellis-shaded plaza where people of all ages can play and enjoy. * 2.38 acres grass lawn and walking paths * Small kids play area for children 2-14 y... more
The Mission Bay Conference Center at UCSF is an exciting new meeting and event destination, centered in UCSF's new 43-acre life sciences campus for teaching and research. more
An idyllic tree-lined park on each side of Mission Creek with areas of respite, recreation and events spaces. more
A network to grow self-sustaining social projects with purpose-driven business to end exploitation and forced labor. Fighting one of the greatest issues of our time, human trafficking and modern-day slavery. Not For Sale operates in 6 countries and... more
Food gardens are relatable and relevant platforms for program participants to: enjoy natural settings in urban environments, achieve greater access to fresh and healthy food, deepen their understanding of food and ecological systems, gain meaningful... more
Located on Potrero Point, a long active yet publicly inaccessible section of waterfront, the Power Station site has a rich industrial history that powered San Francisco since the Gold Rush. Now retired, the Power Station is being reimagined as a vibr... more
Along the shores of San Francisco Bay, just south of AT&T Park, a long-underused swath of land began to realize a potential greater than anything the city could have imagined when, in 2003, UCSF opened Genentech Hall, the first building on its Mi... more
Nestled on the Central Waterfront between China Basin and Candlestick Point, Warm Water Cove sits at the end of 24th Street, east of Illinois Street and close to the new Third Street light rail. It's one of the parks embedded in the Blue Greenway, Sa... more
Woods Yard is a block-long miniature open space with two grassy areas and a few shade trees. In between the grass area you'll find a large sand pit for the kids to play in. Dog-waste bags are provided; no restrooms. more