The Alliance in the News
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SFPD Deputy Chief David Lazar, James Caldwell, Union Square Alliance Executive Director Marisa Rodriguez, John Sparks of Macy's Union Square and SFPD ASsistant Chief Mike Redmond - on-site for "Suit-Up!" fashion show at Macy's Union Square.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed revealed new plans to get people back downtown.
The city is getting ready to ramp up for the return of workers to many offices around the City after two years of the COVID-19 pandemic.
As part of the city's latest effort to revitalize San Francisco's still-slow downtown corridor, Mayor London Breed and officials have unveiled a weeklong series of engagement programming, dubbed Bloom SF, a best-foot-forward attempt to welcome back office workers and visitors.
Marisa Rodriguez, who since April 2019 has overseen the city's Office of Cannabis, was chosen from among 165 applicants to lead the alliance (also known as the Union Square Business Improvement District, or BID), it said in a quiet announcement last month. On Oct.
In time for a slice of the holiday shopping season, luxury Swiss watchmaker Omega has just opened a boutique outlet in San Francisco's Union Square, representing a vote of confidence for the city’s hard-hit epicenter of international shopping and tourism.
San Francisco officials are launching a multipronged push to combat retail theft in the city, an effort that includes more police investigators and community ambassadors and an upgraded system for retailers to report crimes online.
San Francisco is taking it to the streets with 30 performances, free and open-to-the-public, spread across 10 Wednesdays this summer in some of the City’s most iconic outdoor public spaces.
San Francisco’s Hallidie Plaza, named after the inventor of the cable car, Andrew Hallidie. The plaza, which opened 48 years ago at Powell and Market streets next to the cable car turnaround, has been a mess ever since.
Mayor London Breed proposed a $9.5 million investment for downtown San Francisco Tuesday to attract workers and tourists back to an area devastated by the pandemic lockdowns.