- VoilaSF is open in the old Video Wave space on Castro St. [cindyloughridge]
- Phase 2 of construction for the Noe Valley Town Square is underway [SF Rec & Park]
- Uma Casa (a new modern Portuguese restaurant) now plans to open this Fall in the old Incanto space [SF Chronicle]
- Overhead shot of one of the Noe Valley Garden tour yards [adbonifacio]
- The Podolls and Rare Device get a stylish shout out in the June issue of In Style magazine #shoplocal [In Style]
- The current state of the Mission in one photo [@NoeValleySF ]
May 21, 2016
May 14, 2016
- Street crime at a whole new level: wheels stolen off a parked car on Castro Street @ 22nd [@moiradawson]
- More teasing in the old The Ark window front [@holdin2aces]
- One of SF’s first energy independent homes lists for $5 million in Noe Valley [Curbed]
- Beautiful old Noe as seen from an Airbnb rental [adventureswithizzy]
- SF MOMA director Neal Benezra lives in the hood [SF Chronicle]
May 7, 2016
- Little Artistas moves in next door to Little Folkies (of course they did) [littleartistas]
- Local artist and computer scientist launches ArtAtomic scarves [Indiegogo]
- The second oldest Rotary Club in the world is in SF – and it now offers a Noe Valley/Castro chapter [Hoodline]
- Sidewalk Sale coming to 24th St on May 21 [Eventbrite]
- “Pricey home facelifts” in Noe Valley in the national news [WSJ]
- A “passive home” in Noe Valley featured on ABC7 [ABC News]
May 4, 2016
The Noe Valley Voice is published ten times a year and has been a neighborhood fixture since 1977. Here are notable highlights from the latest issue. Links are to stories we've covered here on NVSF or other resources. Follow the NVV link at the bottom for full articles and all the ads.
Front Page: Bingo night at St. Paul's is a six decade tradition; The Noe Valley Town Square is on track (and maybe even under budget) - plus the new choices for the owl sculptures are open for comment; The Folio Books book club is a hit.
Letters: A neighbor asks Noe Valley residents to do their part to keep the neighborhood clean and litter free; A resident since 1985 suggests the new Town Square should be an eco-playground (while past the planning stage); A poem about Noe Courts.
Features: Noe Valley Garden Tour is back on May 21st; neighbors are lobbying force neighbor notification when "major changes are made to a project midway through the design process.".
Cost of Living in Noe: Only six single-family homes sold this March - half the number that sold in the same time last year - because of low inventory. Meanwhile, a 1904 Edwardian on Fair Oaks sold for $5 million.
Store Trek: TMI Colonics, 1478A Church St.
[The Noe Valley Voice]