Coworking at Elite Cafe? A San Francisco street named for the Golden State Warriors?
Here are some Bay Area stories you may have missed this week.
Transbay Transit Center and Salesforce Park opening in August, SF Curbed
The much-anticipated wonder of architecture and transportation has finally set an opening date. Drumroll, please… Read more.
City Hall throng lines up for selfies, handshakes with Mayor Breed, San Francisco Chronicle
“It was quite exciting,” Jackson said. “It’s about time a woman who grew up in public housing” is mayor, said Brenda Jackson, a San Francisco resident who waited in line for an hour for a chance meet Mayor Breed. Hear hear! Read more.
Sorry, Power-Lunchers, This Restaurant Is a Coworking Space Now, The New York Times
We all love Elite Cafe for its retro vibes, fried chicken and biscuits that all pair so beautifully with a glass of bubbly. It’s also a very chic office space by day. Read more.
California’s quirkiest road-side stops snapped throughout the years, Lonely Planet
Hey, pull over! There’s the Big Donut Drive-In! This and more kooky architectural wonders are spotlighted in a new book, California Crazy. Read more.
SF renames street by Chase Center ‘Warriors Way’, SF Examiner
The stretch of pavement between Third Street and Terry A. Francois Boulevard in Mission Bay has been re-dubbed in honor of Dub Nation. Read more.