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Development Without Displacement

Image courtesy Flickr User Tony Koloski

For the first time in decades, the Tenderloin has caught the attention of market-rate housing developers, high-end restaurants and short-term vacation rentals. This increased attention comes at a cost, as eviction rates increase, rents rise, and current residents feel unwelcome in their neighborhood. What can be done to accommodate change, yet preserve the Tenderloin as one of the rare places low-income residents can still dwell in San Francisco? Generously sponsored by Zendesk and co-presented by APA Northern California.

+ Don Falk / Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation
+ Andrea Nelson / San Francisco Planning Department
+ Curtis Bradford / East Tenderloin Resident Community Association

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Free for SPUR Members
$10 for non-members

Pre-registration not required for this event.

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Sponsorship payments: Will not be refunded, as sponsorship benefits take effect immediately and are on-going through the date of the event.

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