Turnberry Lansing Does the Right Thing with Empty Lot at 45 Lansing Street
|September 3, 2009||Posted by jamie under Buildings||
John King’s article on the front page of the San Francisco Chronicle titled “Empty lots – a glass half full” provided some happy news during a period of much bad news in California in general. Please pick up a copy of the Chronicle at the local newsstand/cafe … or you can read the article online.
Thank you very much Matt Jacobs and your company Turnberry Lansing for pro-actively fixing up your property so that it isn’t a magnet for blight in the Rincon Hill neighborhood.
Now, can we talk with the owners of the Fremont and Harrison property about what’s going on there with the cheap fencing, weeds, and growing collection of litter that greets drivers who enter San Francisco from the Harrison Street exit ramp off of the Bay Bridge?
Oh yeah – and a HUGE thank you to San Francisco Chronicle Urban Living writer John King for soliciting ideas for these empty lots and sharing them in a couple of July issues of the San Francisco Chronicle in the first place … and providing impetus for what we’ll see soon at 45 Lansing Street. Thank you Mr. King!!