10th and Mission an intersection at crossroads of S.F. revival

10th Street

from BRIAN WALLACE

“We used to leave here late, and there was nobody on the street. Now, people at night are walking their dogs,” marveled Barbara Gualco, regional director of real estate development for Mercy Housing. “Dogs wearing booties, with manicures. The most perfect dogs you’ve ever seen.”

Brian sends along a John King piece from the Chronicle. King finally noticed all the cranes clustered around the corner of 10th and Mission Streets and observes that dramatic changes are underway in our neighborhood. “Honestly, I’m not sure that 10th and Mission will ever be cool,” King writes, “but it’s becoming integrated into the city’s daily life, and that’s a startling fact in itself.”

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