The Reinvention of Downtown San Francisco Part 2
“San Francisco’s tax structures are incentivizing companies to, in some cases just move entirely out of San Francisco”-Anna Tong
This is part two of the three stories we are covering on how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the downtown of San Francisco and the efforts to address the issues and the reinvention of downtown San Francisco.
In this episode we feature the voices of two local reporters Anna Tong from the San Francisco Standard and Noah Arroyo from the San Francisco Chronicle who are doing some interesting and informative reporting on all of the issues plaguing downtown San Francisco as well as some of the efforts by business, nonprofits and the government to address the issues.
To read Anna Tong’s great reporting on downtown san francisco as well as her other reporting on the many issues and topics impacting san francisco please go to sf standard dot com / author / anna-tong/
And to read Noah Arroyo’s great reporting on both downtown and what is next for san francisco through the SF Next series please go to sf chronicle dot com / author / noah-arroyo/
To hear part one of our three stories on downtown San Francisco which featured the voices of Christ Wright from Advance SF and Jeff Bellisario from the Bay Area Council Economic Institute listen to episode 95
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