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Three Generations of the Sullivans: Jim Sullivan of Sullivan’s Funeral Homes stands in one of the rooms at his 2254 Market St. location. Sullivan’s grandfather founded the business, one of the longest continuing operating establishments in the Castro, in 1924. (photo: Bill Sywak)
Real Estate Column: What to Expect in 2009
Castro Crime Beat
EVPA Column: Improving the Neighborhood
January-February 2009 Calendar
Whole Foods and Condos Planned for Closed
S&C Ford Dealership
Community meetings invite public input for plans at 2001 Market St.
Two months after the San Francisco Planning Commission adopted the Market Octavia Community Design Plan, projects planned for the Market Street corridor have begun to emerge. One of the largest projects on the horizon is a seven-story mixed-use building that will replace the shuttered S&C Ford dealership at 2001 Market St.
Corona Heights Community Garden - A Diamond in the Rough
If you have never been up to Corona Heights Community Garden it’s time to take a hike and have a look. And while you are there, ask yourself this question, “How did this garden get started?” Community gardens begin with the same ingredients, an empty, unsightly lot owned by the city which is unproductive and interested, active neighbors.
Castro Institution Sullivan’s Funeral Home Maintains Tradition
People do not often consider funeral homes a pillar of society, but it is hard to describe Sullivan’s Funeral Home on Market Street any other way. Much of the Castro literally around Sullivan’s, which was founded in 1924 when the area was sparsely populated.