Regeneration: I'll drink to that
In an in-depth study of a severely rundown area of San Francisco, we explore an unconventional story of urban renewal Around the corner from San Francisco's mayoral trophy collection of city-booster accomplishments - including the Sony Metreon, a megaexperiential retailing centre, the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, a $44 million art and entertainment complex, and the Moscone Convention Center, the city's newly expanded exhibition facility - lies Sixth Street, San Francisco's notorious ...
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