It might be a dead-bang sure thing that the owner of the pickup parked on the left would get recorded by the camera in the #38 bus on the right, but IDK:
I’d never park there with a MUNI bus in range, that’s for sure…
Shown in the middle here – Zuck’s place (under construction at the time of the photo) is on the left
(And consider that the Zuckerbergs paid $10 mil.)
“3442 21st St,
San Francisco, CA 94110
Experience the pinnacle of San Francisco living – be inspired by bridge-to-bridge views from this trophy property atop the Liberty Hill Historic District. This grand scale Marina-style building sits on a 30′ x 114′ lot and features two full-floor flats and a two-level garden apartment (unwarranted). The home is detached on 3 sides providing abundant light and a serene sense of openness to each of the units. The top 2 floors feature over-sized, light-filled rooms, hardwood floors, crown molding, and wood burning fireplaces. A lush rear garden, abundant storage, workshop and parking for 3 cars finish this home perfectly. Located at the crest of Fair Oaks, the home is dramatic from the entry facade to the panoramic views from each level
Lot: 3,419 sqft
Built in 1928
3 days on Zillow
Views since listing: 864
All time views: 865
6 shoppers saved this home
MLS #: 442697″
You’d think a transportation company called kidsJET would use actual jets, but here’s what the fleet looks like:
$280 per month per kid? Oh. Uber or Lyft or Shuddle might be cheaper, non?
I have notes.
Welcome to San Francisco. So like you can’t double-park on Fell Street in the Western Addition, right? I mean, it’s like our substitute Freeway To The West, right? What you can do is go around the block. Sorry.
Also, one of the reasons why CBS made this…
I don’t think you can market safety with this style of van. Sorry. If anybody is still operating this kind of van, they should take out the last row and not put anything else there – just leave it empty is what I’m saying…
Anyway, I’ve never seen this company before.
Losing one lane of traffic should be no problem, but I don’t know where our tourists will be able to park after the SFMTA gets through.
They kind of make things up on their own now.
The fourth of July is prolly the busiest day of the year up here, for the fogworks shows you might be able to see some years
Rec and Park has no idea what it’s doing, as you can see, as per usual. What did they do, just put up some signs and walk away?
Anyway, that’s the update from the Wild West…
What’s this? It’s just a simple massive 50-feet steel beam double-parked for a long time in front of historic million-dollar-plus mansions.
Why? Well, it’s a part of the lengthy, noisy extension at THE URBAN SCHOOL, a private high school what costs three times (3x) as much as tuition at our University of California campuses.
And yet, nary a peep I’ve heard from the nabes.
You know, for illegal parking, this isn’t bad:
Sorry if that’s too nuanced for you, or Scott Wiener or Ed Lee or whomever…
Here you go, start here.
And now check it out:
Is that a legal space? Nope.
Now let’s talk window tinting for the driver and front passenger windows.
Just raising the issue.
Looks pretty dark to me.
OTOH, he _did_ just buy naming rights at SFGH – so those are your pros and cons…