Posts Tagged ‘Managing Partner’

Divisadero Update: The Former Auto Body Garage at 834 Divis is Now a Parking Garage, $225 Per Month

Thursday, June 7th, 2012

I don’t know, seems a bit of an awkward place to pahk thah cah in the DivCoNoPaWesternAddition, but this new yellow and blue sign from CALIFORNIAPARKING doesn’t lie:

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Ah, how things have changed

“Western Edition
Near: The Independent Pandhandel, Haight Ashbury Area, restaurants 
834 Divisadero St.”

Will the place become the Barrel Head Brewhouse sometime soon? I know not.

Ivan Hopkinson
Managing Partner
838 Divisadero Street
(415) 745-1570
ivan@barrelheadsf.com

But anyway,  this 50-foot-wide building from 1916 is what you get for your hard-earned $2.3 million these days:

“Concrete auto repair building on 2 floors. 50 foot frontage on Divisadero St. Lease is up very soon. NC-2 zoning with potential for many commercial uses. Schematics available for a adding 4 residential units above the existing building. VACANT.”

San Francisco and Los Angeles Mayors, Police Chiefs Speak Out Against Fan Violence in Light of Attack on Bryan Stow

Sunday, April 3rd, 2011

Released today:

“STATEMENT: SF AND LA CITY LEADERS SPEAK OUT ON FAN VIOLENCE”

“The following statement was issued today by Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, San Francisco Mayor Edwin M. Lee, SFPD Interim Chief Jeff Godown, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, San Francisco Giants Managing Partner Bill Neukom and Los Angeles Dodgers Owner Frank McCourt in regard to the assault that occurred after Thursday’s Opening Day game at Dodger Stadium:

This attack is unconscionable behavior that will not be tolerated in either of our ballparks or in either of our cities. Once apprehended, the attackers will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. Public safety is the top priority for all of us and even one act of random violence is unacceptable.

Baseball is a family sport that has unified our country after times of crisis and tragedy. This senseless act of violence has no place in our society and certainly not in our national pastime.

The Giant/Dodger rivalry is one of the most storied in all of sports, dating back to when the teams played across town in New York City before their moves to California. This is a great rivalry between teams competing on the field of play. That’s where it must stay.

We call on our respective citizens to stand together in honor of that rivalry as you have done throughout the years. Root hard for your teams, and do so with civility and common decency.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the victim Bryan Stow and his family. The best thing that we as a community of baseball fans can do to support Bryan and his family is to rise above this outrageous act and exercise good sportsmanship and mutual respect for each other.”