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One of the oldest homes on Haight Street asks $1.9 million

Fixer-upper comes with beautiful bones and grand decay Built in 1872 and owned by the same family since 1972, this Italianate Victorian in the Lower Haight has seen it all. And from the look inside, rich with beautifully weathered walls...Show More Summary

New Paint for “The Wiggle” – It Takes a Village

TweetA huge number of workers and white trucks were all about the upper Lower Haight area today This could be a sign that all the tinkering of the past few years is done: We’ll see:

Renovated Lower Haight Victorian seeks $3.5 million

Dark beauty seeks a pretty penny While purists might sneer at this revamped Victorian—which includes newfangled flooring, lighting, kitchen, and bathrooms—it’s a marked improvement over its former look when it last sold in 2015. Featuring...Show More Summary

Haters gonna Haight: Is the Upper or Lower Haight superior?

Although the two share a common thoroughfare, the Lower Haight and Upper Haight are two distinct neighborhoods. The Upper Haight is a neighborhood that metamorphosed out of the Summer of Love into a kaleidoscope of art, counterculture and grit. Show More Summary

Woman Killed in Lower Haight Street Parking Accident

A grim reminder to put your transmission in park -- and use the emergency brake! -- when parking on an incline. [ more › ]

This could be the best place to die in America

Inside a Victorian-era apartment building atop the hills of San Francisco's Lower Haight neighborhood, six dying residents go about their days. They swap stories, sip chilled pumpkin rice soup, and take strolls through the garden, if they're feeling up to it. The Zen Hospice Project reimagines the experience of dying. Show More Summary

Once Again, SF Fireworks Were Half Obscured By Fog, But Not In The Mission And Lower Haight!

The Embarcadero might have had the biggest show, but as usual, it wasn't necessarily the most visible show. [ more › ]

Historic Lower Haight Victorian asks $1.77 million

They don’t make ‘em like this 1886 gem anymore Dating San Francisco homes before 1906 can be a bit tricky (the earthquake and fire consumed almost all relevant city records—isn’t that always the way?), but the new listing for 313 Scott pegs it at 1886. That’s certainly not the oldest Victorian in the city. Show More Summary

Blue Bottle Blocked From Opening In The Lower Haight Amid Neighborhood Revolt

We saw this coming when it was first announced last summer, and now Blue Bottle has officially been denied from taking over the former Bean There cafe space at Steiner and Waller. [ more › ]

Noc Noc's North Beach Location Is Up For Sale

Owners of the Lower Haight mainstay look to be giving up on their second location on Broadway in North Beach after less than two years. [ more › ]


TweetLet’s see if I’ve got this straight here: “TRUE POLITICAL POWER COMES FROM AN ORGANIZED WORKING CLASS FIGHTING FOR JUSTICE – CWA Political Action“ As seen in the Lower Haight, just yesterday, the wordiest T-shirt I’ve ever encountered: And here’s the contra: Peasant Woman: We don’t have a lord. King Arthur: What? Dennis: I told […]

Blue Bottle Is Still Trying To Move Into Former Bean There Cafe Space In Lower Haight

After 21-year-old Lower Haight mainstay cafe Bean There was forced to close last year, word went out that Blue Bottle had their eye on the spot, but it seemed like that deal was dead. Nope. [ more › ]

A mystery gamer is projecting their Super Mario screen onto the side of a building in the Lower Haight

last yearHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Last night, Dan Jackson shot video of a mysterious, gigantic game of Super Mario Bros being projected onto the side of a building over a store in San Francisco's Lower Haight. (more…)

Super Mario Bros. game projected onto Lower Haight Edwardian

Apologies in advance for the theme song earworm Noted Lower Haight denizen Dan Jackson (whose guide to the Lower Haight you should read posthaste) captured an illuminating, mushroom-laced scenario over the weekend—this giant projection of Super Mario Bros. Show More Summary

Coffee & Kombucha in a San Francisco Home in the Lower Haight — House Tour

Name: Ashley, Matt, and Zucca (the cat) Spinelli Location: Central Haight — San Francisco, California Size: 1,200 square feet Years lived in: Renting 2.5 years Ashley and Matt moved to San Francisco from NYC, and wanted to live within biking distance of their jobs, while also having the ability to walk everywhere. Show More Summary

The Lower Haight Sees Gentrification Arrive Slowly, But Surely

While the Tenderloin remains the final inner-city frontier when it comes to lower rental prices and a mix of low, middle, and higher income residents ? and a historic cluster of residence hotels housing some of the city's poorest people...Show More Summary

Day Around The Bay: This Year's Top Halloween Costume Predicted

Also, Tim Cook as Vice President of the United States, and a Lower Haight favorite closes. [ more › ]

Penthouse inside Lower Haight's Theatre Lofts defines industrial-chic

Take a peek inside the Haight Street treasure Built as a movie palace in 1926, this Historic Theatre Lofts screened many flicks before being adapted into lofts by architect George Hauser in 2001. While the exterior still looks the same,...Show More Summary

Haight Update, 2016: “A squawking Seahawks bar in 49ers territory” – Yes, Indeed

TweetJust as the Tenderloin has Ace’s, for the New Yawk crowd, the Lower Haight has DANNY COYLES, apparently, on Any Given Sunday:

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