- Noe Valley cottage remodel: It’s all about the parking? [San Francisco Magazine]
- 3 injured as elderly driver loses control of car and flips it [KTVU]
- Shark, jumped: On demand dentistry featured in a Noe Valley home [SF Chronicle]
- Shocker: One of the best home deals in the city last week was on 27th St [Curbed]
- New BART station proposed for 30th and Mission [Bernalwood]
- Noe Valley hill houses are catching some of the increased Oakland airport flight noise [East Bay Times]
July 30, 2016
July 16, 2016
- Interview with Cole Hardware’s founder including details about rebuilding after the recent Mission Cole fire [Hoodline]
- ICYMI: Noe Valley is a Pokemon Go sanctuary [heronramos]
- A luxe Noe Valley remodel gets the Dwell treatment [Dwell]
- Another $4.4 million home hits the market [Curbed]
- An attic fire breaks out at 25th and Grandview and is quickly contained (no injuries)[@abc7newsbayarea]
- Now open: New trail connecting Billy Goat Hill to Walter Haas Park [@Scott_Wiener]
- Bistro SF Grill is open for dinner [@NoeValleySF]
CrowsRavens in Noe Valley [@Siliconlaw]
- Omnivore’s summer book events look amazing (as always) [Omnivore Books]
- 94114 is the city’s most competitive rental zip code [SFGate]
- A Noe Valley woman is leading the fight to get tech companies like Uber and Airbnb to pay for what they’ve done to SF’s housing market [Good]
- Artifact from the past on 24th Street [ranivision]
July 2, 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: A special issue featuring lots of photos from the 70s to the present (including a stroller mom on the cover).
Letters: A letter from a neighbor who dislikes the idea that Audrey Cooper of the Chronicle thinks that not having any straight men on the masthead makes the paper diverse; the owner of VOILA says thank you for the profile last issue; a Noe Valleyeon writes from Molyvos; and an open letter from The SF Homeless Project about how to curb homelessness in San Francisco.
Features: A heartwarming tale of Charlie the Therapy Cat from the ASPCA.
Cost of Living in Noe: Home sales are cooling (slightly) with the average home selling for $2.1 million (vs. $2.4 million last year).
Store Trek: VIP Scrub Club, 1734 Church Street at Day
[The Noe Valley Voice]