While all of our 4 stores and departments operate under the Cole Hardware umbrella of excellent customer service, each of our neighborhood stores has its own unique personality that allow them to fit well into the diverse neighborhoods of San Francisco. We look forward to seeing you at a Cole Hardware location soon!
• Hardware & Tools
• House & Home
• Storage & Organization
• Outdoor Living
COLE HARDWARE LOCATIONS:
70 4th Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
956 Cole Street
San Francisco, CA 94117
2254 Polk Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
5533 College Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94618
"This store has everything!" One-stop shopping for all your everyday needs, including a new gourmet housewares annex, Stan's Kitchen, and full-service paint center. Services from key cutting to helium balloons, Monday 55+Senior Discount Days, delivery and assembly, and much more - plus great customer service.
The Harding Theater is a historic movie theater located at 616 Divisadero Street in San Francisco, California.HistoryThe Harding Theater was built in 1926 by local theater owner Samuel H. Levin who hired Reid Brothers architects. The theater opened April 8, 1926 with Colleen Moore starring in the first movie version of the hit musical Irene.As with other facilities built by the Reid Brothers, it has a capacity of between 800 and 1200 people. The Harding was used as a movie theater from 1926 to 1970. The theatrical group Lamplighters Music Theatre performed at the facility from 1961 to 1968, The Grateful Dead played the theater on 6 and 7 November 1971 (with their first performance of "Hideaway" on the 7th).From the mid-1970s to 2004, the theater was used as a church. In 2004 (approximate date), the building was purchased by developers for US$1.6 million.Present dayThe owner/developer had a "compromise" plan—to remove the back fly system (see also batten) - so that a separate independent structure containing eight units of housing condominia could be constructed while preserving the existing proscenium arch, maintaining the existing auditorium and lobby and their extant detailing. Consideration for the removal and reconstruction of the raked theater floor and seating to allow for a new parking level below, addition of windows, and the upgrade of restrooms to conform with modern building codes were also reviewed in depth to conform with the Secretary of the Interior's "Standards for the Rehabilitation of Historic Structures".
Pioneering the medical marijuana movement in San Francisco, Bay Area Safe Alternatives (B.A.S.A) offers Californian medical marijuana patients high quality medicine at affordable prices.
We are passionate about supporting our community - helping our patients make informed choices on safe, effective medicine. Founded in 2003, we're the second oldest dispensary in San Francisco. In that sense, we maintain a classic, neighborhood atmosphere unique to S.F. from our conveniently located dispensary on Divisadero and Grove - we even offer free parking for the duration of your visit!
"Only individuals with legally recognized Medical Cannabis Identification Cards or a verifiable, written recommendation from a physician for medical cannabis may obtain cannabis from medical cannabis dispensaries."
The Perish Trust is a modern day general store established in 2008 by photo art director, Rod Hipskind and commercial photographer, Kelly Ishikawa with a passion to diligently collect, craft and curate the best well worn homegoods and the most unique, local handywork. With a mix of the patinated old and the curious new we strive to cultivate and promote our mutual and authentic California Heritage. The effort is a textured gathering of home, hearth and old fashioned hospitality.
Pioneering retail in the Western Addition/NOPA district in San Francisco, The Perish Trust was at the forefront of whole new ideas in retail forging creative collaborations with Warby Parker Eyewear, Scribe Winery, The Ramen Shop, Meatpaper Magazine, Anthology Magazine, OPEN and Chez Panisse among others.