Study Ranks San Francisco Dead Last In U.S. for Downtown Economic Recoveries

Yet another analysis points out the well-reported state of affairs that downtown San Francisco's economic recovery from the pandemic is awfully sluggish, but this one purports that we're in last place among 62 North American cities. Every single...

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calguy1955
calguy1955
187 · 12 days ago · Reddit

At least the car window replacement shops are doing a booming business.

Phoenixrage187
Phoenixrage187
112 · 12 days ago · Reddit

San Jose doesn’t have this problem; we’ve never had a downtown to begin with 🙃

Ok-Health8513
Ok-Health8513
56 · 12 days ago · Reddit

I mean have you seen downtown is anyone really surprised? Has anyone ever commuted everyday for work to San Francisco? Why would anyone want to go back to that ?

SlowSwords
SlowSwords
37 · 12 days ago · Reddit

Moved back to socal in 2020 after living in sf/​oak for 10 years. I come up for work still pretty often and it’s insane how empty the streets are…

SkillOne1674
SkillOne1674
14 · 12 days ago · Reddit

On a flight in October I sat next to a guy who owns parking ramps in metros all over the country. He said the only city further behind San Francisco in “coming back” is Minneapolis.

StackOwOFlow
StackOwOFlow
9 · 12 days ago · Reddit

property prices need a reset before any real recovery is to happen

No-Fig-8614
No-Fig-8614
5 · 12 days ago · Reddit

This is what happens when times are good and you throw a bunch of tax’s on companies. When times get rough they all withdrawal. Greed during the good times means bad outcome during the bad.