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285 9th St
San Francisco, CA 94103

(303) 931-0812

Landmark and Historical Place Near Yoga For Stress with Brandon Bosch

Union Square, San Francisco
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
333 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94108

(415) 781-7880

Union Square is the retail and cultural hub of San Francisco. It boasts the city’s largest collection of luxury, department and boutique shopping, making it one of the premier tourist attractions in the Western United States. A spectacular selection of hotels, art galleries, salons, and performance halls also contribute to the area's cosmopolitan, 24-hour character. The center of the neighborhood is a landmark park bordered by Geary, Powell, Post, and Stockton streets and is home to the Dewey monument. You can also get up to the minute info on what's going on in Union Square by following us on twitter @unionsquaresf.

San Francisco City Hall
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 554-7111

San Francisco City Hall is the seat of government for the City and County of San Francisco, California. Re-opened in 1915 in its open space area in the city's Civic Center, it is a Beaux-Arts monument to the City Beautiful movement that epitomized the high-minded American Renaissance of the 1880s to 1917. The structure's dome is taller than that of the United States Capitol by 42 feet. The present building replaced an earlier City Hall that was destroyed during the 1906 earthquake, which was two blocks from the present one. It was bounded by Larkin Street, McAllister Street, and City Hall Avenue (a street, now built over, which ran from the corner of Grove and Larkin to the corner of McAllister and Leavenworth), largely where the current Public Library and U.N. Plaza stand today.The principal architect was Arthur Brown, Jr., of Bakewell & Brown, whose attention to the finishing details extended to the doorknobs and the typeface to be used in signage. Brown's blueprints of the building are preserved at the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Brown also designed the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House, Veterans Building, Temple Emanuel, Coit Tower and the Federal office building at 50 United Nations Plaza.

The Westin St. Francis
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
335 Powell St
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 397-7000

Moscone Center
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
747 Howard St
San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 974-4000

Moscone Center is the largest convention and exhibition complex in San Francisco, California. It comprises three main halls: Two underground halls underneath Yerba Buena Gardens, known as Moscone North and Moscone South, and a three-level Moscone West exhibition hall across 4th Street. It was initially built in 1981 by architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum as one single hall, Moscone South, and named after San Francisco former mayor George Moscone, who was assassinated in November 1978.BackgroundThe South of Market Area where Moscone Center was built was claimed by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, and a protracted battle was fought by the displaced low-income residents during the 1960s and 1970s.Although the Center is named after the murdered mayor, Moscone opposed the development of the area when he served on the SF Board of Supervisors in the 1960s because he felt it would displace elderly and poor residents of the area. As mayor, Moscone convened a special committee of proponents and opponents of a convention center. Hearings were held throughout SF seeking citizen input. A compromise was reached which was supported by Moscone. He put the matter on the ballot and it passed overwhelmingly.Labor organizations supported the construction of the Center, and were granted full labor jurisdiction. All labor in the Convention Center is performed by I.A.T.S.E. Local 16 Stagehands, Sign and Display Workers Local #510, Brotherhood of Teamsters local #65, IBEW Local #6, Security I.A.T.S.E. Local #B-18, Communications Workers of America, and the Hotel & Restaurant Workers Local #2. McCune Audio/Video/Lighting is the on site rental service.

Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
99 Grove St
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 624-8900

Grace Cathedral, San Francisco
Distance: 1.2 mi Competitive Analysis
1100 California St
San Francisco, CA 94108

(415) 749-6300

Mission Dolores Park
Distance: 1.3 mi Competitive Analysis
566 Dolores St.
San Francisco, CA 94114

San Francisco General Hospital
Distance: 1.3 mi Competitive Analysis
1001 Potrero Avenue
San Francisco, CA 94110

(415) 206-8000

Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Trauma Center is a safety net hospital in San Francisco, California, and the only Level I Trauma Center for the 1.5 million residents of San Francisco and northern San Mateo County. The hospital serves poor, elderly people, uninsured working families, and immigrants. About 80 percent of its patient population either receives publicly funded health insurance or is uninsured. SFGH also cares for the homeless, who make up about 8 percent of its patients. It is the largest acute inpatient and rehabilitation hospital for psychiatric patients in the City. Additionally, it is the only acute hospital in San Francisco that provides twenty-four-hour psychiatric emergency services in San Francisco.In addition to the approximately 3,500 San Francisco municipal employees, the University of California at San Francisco provides approximately 1,500 employees . The hospital, especially its Ward 86, was instrumental in treating and identifying early cases of AIDS. The original brick main building was replaced with a concrete one with construction started in 1971; four remaining 1915 five-story edifices are among the tallest brick buildings in the city. The hospital is located at 1001 Potrero Avenue between the Mission District and Potrero Hill; U.S. Route 101 rounds its east side at “Hospital Curve”.

Zuni Café
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1658 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 552-2522

Zuni Café is a restaurant in San Francisco, California. Named after the Zuni tribe, it was established in 1979 by Billy West. In 1981 he hired Vince Calcagno as the manager, who became a business partner in 1987. West and Calcagno hired chef Judy Rodgers (formerly of Chez Panisse) in 1987. Billy West died on July 1, 1994; Calcagno and Rodgers went on to become co-owners. Zuni Cafe, with Rodgers at the helm, won the James Beard Foundation Award for 'Best Chef: Pacific' in 2000, 'Outstanding Restaurant' in 2003, and 'Outstanding Chef' in 2004. It is located on Market Street in San Francisco. Rodgers became head chef in 1987, and a co-owner two years later. Calcagno retired in 2006. Gilbert Pilgram joined Zuni Café as a co-owner in 2006. Rodgers died on December 2, 2013.

Orpheum Theatre (San Francisco)
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1192 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 551-2000

The SHN Orpheum Theatre is a performance venue located at 1192 Market at Hyde Street in the Civic Center district of San Francisco, California. The theatre first opened in 1926 as one of the many designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca for theater-circuit owner Alexander Pantages. The interior features a vaulted ceiling, while the facade was patterned after a 12th-century French cathedral. The Orpheum seats 2,203 guests. In 1998, there was a $20 million renovation completed to make the Orpheum more suitable for Broadway shows after a previous renovation in the 1970s. The Orpheum is a locally designated San Francisco landmark as determined by the San Francisco Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board.The theater has hosted a number of Broadway shows, and from April 30 to May 4, 2007, hosted Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and was recently home to a two-year sit-down production of the musical Wicked from January 27, 2009, through September 2010. The Grateful Dead gave six performances here in 1976: July 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, and 18.Productions that were staged at the Orpheum prior to opening on Broadway have included Bring It On: The Musical (2011-2012), Evita (1979), Mama Mia! (2000-2001), and The Act (1977).

The Victoria Theatre
Distance: 0.7 mi Competitive Analysis
2961 16th St
San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 863-7576

Located in the historic Mission District of San Francisco, the ornate and stately Victoria Theatre, seats 480. The theatre, built in 1908 as a vaudeville house, is now a city landmark and the oldest operating theatre in San Francisco. Originally called Brown's Opera House, it was operated as a vaudeville showcase by the ancestors of two California governors. The theatre drew crowds who delighted in observing the grand performances of international stars who came to San Francisco. As cinema began to displace live on-stage entertainment, the character of the Victoria Theatre began to change. In the 1930's, it became a motion picture house offering dishware door prizes to entice movie goers. In the 1950's the Victoria Theatre was renamed El Teatro Victoria, showing Spanish-language films for the growing Latino community in the area. In the 1960's, under the name New Follies, the theatre became a burlesque house and closed in 1976. The Victoria Theatre lay dormant for two years. After a year of reconstruction, the theatre was refurbished from top to bottom and now is restored to its original intent and grandeur. You can see everything here. Locally produced plays such as the San Francisco premier of Hedwig and the Angry Inch which ran for six months, concerts, film festivals (the theatre has video and 35mm with Dolby Pro Logic Surround Sound), musicals, international performing companies and many other kinds of performances. Many personalities have appeared at the theatre through its long and colorful history, including Whoopi Goldberg, Bill Irwin, Donald O'Conner, Michael Moore, Mae "Come up and see me sometime" West, and many others. Several filmmakers have used the site to shoot their films. You can also see the Victoria Theatre in the movies such as, "The Laughing Policeman," starring Walter Matthau made in 1973, Joshua Grannell's film "All About Evil and Marielle Heller's "The Diary of A Teenage Girl."

Market Street (San Francisco)
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Market Street is a major thoroughfare in San Francisco, California. It begins at The Embarcadero in front of the Ferry Building at the northeastern edge of the city and runs southwest through downtown, passing the Civic Center and the Castro District, to the intersection with Corbett Avenue in the Twin Peaks neighborhood. Beyond this point, the roadway continues as Portola Drive into the southwestern quadrant of San Francisco. Portola Drive extends south to the intersection of St. Francis Boulevard and Sloat Boulevard, where it continues as Junipero Serra Boulevard.Market Street is the boundary of two street grids. Streets on its southeast side are parallel or perpendicular to Market Street, while those on the northwest are nine degrees off from the cardinal directions.Market Street is a major transit artery for the city of San Francisco, and has carried in turn horse-drawn streetcars, cable cars, electric streetcars, electric trolleybuses, and diesel buses. Today Muni's buses, trolleybuses, and heritage streetcars (on the F Market line) share the street, while below the street the two-level Market Street Subway carries Muni Metro and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). While cable cars no longer operate on Market Street, the surviving cable car lines terminate to the side of the street at its intersections with California Street and Powell Street.

101 California Street
Distance: 1.5 mi Competitive Analysis
101 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111

101 California Street is a 48-story office skyscraper completed in 1982 in the Financial District of San Francisco, California. The 183m tower, providing 1250000sqft of office space, is bounded by California, Davis, Front, and Pine Streets near Market Street.DescriptionThe faceted cylindrical tower features a seven-story, glass-enclosed lobby and a granite plaza with flower beds and a fountain. During the holiday season, a platform with many oversized Christmas ornaments is added to the plaza. The building's entrance is very similar to that of 101 Park Avenue in New York City, and was also designed by Philip Johnson and John Burgee in 1982.101 California is equipped with a total of thirty-two elevators, with twenty-two serving the tower; two serving floors 45 through 48; four serving the triangular annex building; two serving the garage; and two for freight. The eight stairwells throughout the building are intended for emergency use only.

San Francisco Comic Con
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
780 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103

PanIQ Escape Room San Francisco
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
750 Hyde St
San Francisco, CA 94109

(415) 530-9120

Welcome to PanIQ Room San Francisco. Do you have the critical skills to survive? Experience 60 minute live escape games like you’ve never before. Each escape room is built around a different story; the characteristics and style of the room are shaped with the help of accessories and interior design connected to the story. Live Escape games are a type of physical adventure games in which people are locked in a room and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room. Choose between 3 escape games: Our rooms: Psycho Slowly you regain consciousness and realize you're inside a psycho’s apartment. You’re alone but not for long... escape before he gets back! Prison Find your way out of the Prison you are held with your fellow prisoners! Geek You work for a startup company and you have to stay and work overnight in the office. Your goal is to find an investment check hidden in a safe then escape the room! Main page: www.facebook.com/paniqroomusa Our other locations on Facebook: PanIQ Room Hollywood - www.facebook.com/paniqroomhollywood PanIQ Room San Francisco - www.facebook.com/paniqroomsf PanIQ Room Miami - www.facebook.com/paniqroommiami PanIQ Room Phoenix - https://www.facebook.com/paniqroomphx MagIQ Room Beverly Hills - https://www.facebook.com/magiqroom

One Rincon Hill
Distance: 1.3 mi Competitive Analysis
425 1st Street
San Francisco, CA 94105

(415) 541-0172

One Rincon Hill is an upscale residential complex on the apex of Rincon Hill in San Francisco, California, United States. The complex, designed by Solomon, Cordwell, Buenz and Associates and developed by Urban West Associates, consists of two skyscrapers that share a common townhouse podium.The taller tower, One Rincon Hill South Tower, was completed in 2008 and stands 60 stories and 641 feet (195 m) tall. The shorter tower, marketed as Tower Two at One Rincon Hill, was completed in 2014 and reaches a height of 541 feet (165 m) with 50 stories. The South Tower contains high-speed elevators with special features for moving residents effectively, and a large water tank designed to help the skyscraper withstand strong winds and earthquakes. Both skyscrapers and the townhomes contain a total of 709 residential units.The building site, located right next to the western approach of the San Francisco–Oakland Bay Bridge, formerly contained a clock tower. The clock tower was demolished shortly after the city approved the One Rincon Hill project. Construction of the townhomes and the South Tower lasted from 2005 to 2008, but was stopped for brief periods of time due to seismic concerns and a construction accident. As the South Tower neared completion, it generated controversy concerning view encroachment, high pricing, and architectural style.DescriptionLocationThe complex is on a 1.3acre parcel on the apex of the Rincon Hill neighborhood. The site is bounded by Harrison Street to the west, the Fremont Street exit ramp to the north, the approach to the Bay Bridge (Interstate 80) on the east, and the 1st Street entrance ramp to the south.

Noisebridge Hackerspace
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
2169 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110

(415) 800-6786

Noisebridge is a space open to anyone interested in the creative uses of technology, art, craft, and science. You and anyone else are free to use the space and most of its contents at any time: just ring the doorbell at 2169 Mission Street to come in. Everyone is welcome! Noisebridge is inspired by its fellow hackerspaces all around the world, from Alberta to Zurich. If you'd like to know more about how we work, and what we offer, visit the website at http://www.noisebridge.net/, or join the weekly Tuesday meeting at 8PM. Noisebridge is solely supported by individual donations by its users. You can donate through PayPal on our site or in the donation bins across the space. If you use Noisebridge regularly, set up a regular donation. A $10-$40 monthly subscription is a great way to ensure Noisebridge stays around. You can also become a member, which means you can take part in decisions about Noisebridge -- but you don't have to be one to use our space. You can also keep Noisebridge running by helping out in the space. Noisebridge is a "do-ocracy": if you think something needs improving or fixing, feel free to go ahead and do it.

ESCAPESF - Real Time Escape Games
Distance: 1.4 mi Competitive Analysis
602 Kearny Street
San Francisco, CA 94108

(415) 294-1718

What Makes EscapeSF Room Escape Games Better? Environments are very realistic and full of background electronics for true emergence experience. In our games we use prop production, programmable micro-controllers, and game-design theory. We focused on altering your reality with great, immersive details and also touches of humor.

Salesforce Tower
Distance: 1.4 mi Competitive Analysis
415 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94105

(415) 291-8880

Melding technology and creativity, the Salesforce Tower is designed specifically to promote the health and well-being of its inhabitants. The building is being designed by world-renowned architecture firm Pelli, Clarke, Pelli Architects. César Pelli is known for building some of the world's tallest buildings and urban landmarks. Learn more about one of America's most influential architects here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C%C3%A9sar_Pelli These days, it's all about location location location. With this in mind, Salesforce Tower will be directly adjacent to the new Transbay Transit Center. Deemed the “Grand Central Station of the West,” the new transit-friendly Transbay neighborhood will transform downtown San Francisco and the Bay Area’s regional transportation system. Learn more about the Transbay Transit Center at www.transbaycenter.org The Salesforce Tower is a joint venture between Boston Properties and Hines, two companies that have more than 453 million square feet of commercial office space in service. To learn more please visit: www.bostonproperties.com and www.hines.com

UC Hastings McAllister Tower
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
100 McAllister Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 557-0985

Landmark and Historical Place Near Yoga For Stress with Brandon Bosch

Top the Hole
Distance: 0.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1365 Folsom St
San Francisco, CA 94103

Orpheum Theatre (San Francisco)
Distance: 0.4 mi Competitive Analysis
1192 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 551-2000

The SHN Orpheum Theatre is a performance venue located at 1192 Market at Hyde Street in the Civic Center district of San Francisco, California. The theatre first opened in 1926 as one of the many designed by architect B. Marcus Priteca for theater-circuit owner Alexander Pantages. The interior features a vaulted ceiling, while the facade was patterned after a 12th-century French cathedral. The Orpheum seats 2,203 guests. In 1998, there was a $20 million renovation completed to make the Orpheum more suitable for Broadway shows after a previous renovation in the 1970s. The Orpheum is a locally designated San Francisco landmark as determined by the San Francisco Landmarks Preservation Advisory Board.The theater has hosted a number of Broadway shows, and from April 30 to May 4, 2007, hosted Late Night with Conan O'Brien, and was recently home to a two-year sit-down production of the musical Wicked from January 27, 2009, through September 2010. The Grateful Dead gave six performances here in 1976: July 12, 13, 14, 16, 17, and 18.Productions that were staged at the Orpheum prior to opening on Broadway have included Bring It On: The Musical (2011-2012), Evita (1979), Mama Mia! (2000-2001), and The Act (1977).

Zuni Café
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1658 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 552-2522

Zuni Café is a restaurant in San Francisco, California. Named after the Zuni tribe, it was established in 1979 by Billy West. In 1981 he hired Vince Calcagno as the manager, who became a business partner in 1987. West and Calcagno hired chef Judy Rodgers (formerly of Chez Panisse) in 1987. Billy West died on July 1, 1994; Calcagno and Rodgers went on to become co-owners. Zuni Cafe, with Rodgers at the helm, won the James Beard Foundation Award for 'Best Chef: Pacific' in 2000, 'Outstanding Restaurant' in 2003, and 'Outstanding Chef' in 2004. It is located on Market Street in San Francisco. Rodgers became head chef in 1987, and a co-owner two years later. Calcagno retired in 2006. Gilbert Pilgram joined Zuni Café as a co-owner in 2006. Rodgers died on December 2, 2013.

Market Street (San Francisco)
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

Market Street is a major thoroughfare in San Francisco, California. It begins at The Embarcadero in front of the Ferry Building at the northeastern edge of the city and runs southwest through downtown, passing the Civic Center and the Castro District, to the intersection with Corbett Avenue in the Twin Peaks neighborhood. Beyond this point, the roadway continues as Portola Drive into the southwestern quadrant of San Francisco. Portola Drive extends south to the intersection of St. Francis Boulevard and Sloat Boulevard, where it continues as Junipero Serra Boulevard.Market Street is the boundary of two street grids. Streets on its southeast side are parallel or perpendicular to Market Street, while those on the northwest are nine degrees off from the cardinal directions.Market Street is a major transit artery for the city of San Francisco, and has carried in turn horse-drawn streetcars, cable cars, electric streetcars, electric trolleybuses, and diesel buses. Today Muni's buses, trolleybuses, and heritage streetcars (on the F Market line) share the street, while below the street the two-level Market Street Subway carries Muni Metro and Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART). While cable cars no longer operate on Market Street, the surviving cable car lines terminate to the side of the street at its intersections with California Street and Powell Street.

San Francisco City Hall
Distance: 0.5 mi Competitive Analysis
1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Place
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 554-7111

San Francisco City Hall is the seat of government for the City and County of San Francisco, California. Re-opened in 1915 in its open space area in the city's Civic Center, it is a Beaux-Arts monument to the City Beautiful movement that epitomized the high-minded American Renaissance of the 1880s to 1917. The structure's dome is taller than that of the United States Capitol by 42 feet. The present building replaced an earlier City Hall that was destroyed during the 1906 earthquake, which was two blocks from the present one. It was bounded by Larkin Street, McAllister Street, and City Hall Avenue (a street, now built over, which ran from the corner of Grove and Larkin to the corner of McAllister and Leavenworth), largely where the current Public Library and U.N. Plaza stand today.The principal architect was Arthur Brown, Jr., of Bakewell & Brown, whose attention to the finishing details extended to the doorknobs and the typeface to be used in signage. Brown's blueprints of the building are preserved at the Bancroft Library at the University of California, Berkeley. Brown also designed the San Francisco War Memorial Opera House, Veterans Building, Temple Emanuel, Coit Tower and the Federal office building at 50 United Nations Plaza.

Black Hawk (nightclub)
Distance: 0.6 mi Competitive Analysis
hay essaada
San Francisco, CA 94102

Das Black Hawk war ein Jazzclub in San Francisco, der von 1949 bis 1963 bestand.Der Jazzclub Black Hawk war eine der bekanntesten Veranstaltungsorte für Jazzmusik in San Francisco während seines Bestehens von 1949 bis 1963. Er befand sich Ecke Turk Street und Hyde Street im Tenderloin-Viertel. Besitzer des Clubs waren Guido Caccienti sowie Johnny und Helen Noga. Die intime Clubatmosphäre war ideal für kleinere Jazzgruppen. 1959 konnte der Club für Jazz-Veranstaltungen Honorare von $300 bis über $3.000 pro Woche zahlen. Eine Reihe von Musikern nahmen hier Alben auf; dazu gehören Miles Davis, Cal Tjader, Thelonious Monk, Shelly Manne und Mongo Santamaría. Billie Holiday und Lester Young gaben hier ihren letzten Konzerte an der Westküste, das Modern Jazz Quartet sein erstes. Auch Charlie Parker fand sich zu einer Jamsession im Black Hawk ein. Weitere bekannte Musiker, die hier auftraten, waren u. a. Dave Brubeck, John Coltrane, Dizzy Gillespie, Chet Baker, Stan Getz, Johnny Mathis, Art Blakey, Shorty Rogers, Art Pepper, Art Farmer, Gerry Mulligan, Horace Parlan und Russ Freeman. Art Tatum gab hier in den letzten 18 Monaten seines Lebens Konzerte; er spielte 1955 im Black Hawk.

Wonderland Supply
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
669 Ellis St
San Francisco, CA 94109

(415) 413-7598

Pride Rock
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
The Mission
San Francisco, CA 94110

Tecate Funhouse
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
3235 17th St
San Francisco, CA 94110

San Francisco Comic Con
Distance: 0.8 mi Competitive Analysis
780 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94103

Jasmine by Takamine S35 Acoustic Guitar
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
350 Towndsen St
San Francisco, CA 94107

(888) 410-1410

Moscone Center
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
747 Howard St
San Francisco, CA 94103

(415) 974-4000

Moscone Center is the largest convention and exhibition complex in San Francisco, California. It comprises three main halls: Two underground halls underneath Yerba Buena Gardens, known as Moscone North and Moscone South, and a three-level Moscone West exhibition hall across 4th Street. It was initially built in 1981 by architects Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum as one single hall, Moscone South, and named after San Francisco former mayor George Moscone, who was assassinated in November 1978.BackgroundThe South of Market Area where Moscone Center was built was claimed by the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency, and a protracted battle was fought by the displaced low-income residents during the 1960s and 1970s.Although the Center is named after the murdered mayor, Moscone opposed the development of the area when he served on the SF Board of Supervisors in the 1960s because he felt it would displace elderly and poor residents of the area. As mayor, Moscone convened a special committee of proponents and opponents of a convention center. Hearings were held throughout SF seeking citizen input. A compromise was reached which was supported by Moscone. He put the matter on the ballot and it passed overwhelmingly.Labor organizations supported the construction of the Center, and were granted full labor jurisdiction. All labor in the Convention Center is performed by I.A.T.S.E. Local 16 Stagehands, Sign and Display Workers Local #510, Brotherhood of Teamsters local #65, IBEW Local #6, Security I.A.T.S.E. Local #B-18, Communications Workers of America, and the Hotel & Restaurant Workers Local #2. McCune Audio/Video/Lighting is the on site rental service.

Noisebridge Hackerspace
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
2169 Mission St
San Francisco, CA 94110

(415) 800-6786

Noisebridge is a space open to anyone interested in the creative uses of technology, art, craft, and science. You and anyone else are free to use the space and most of its contents at any time: just ring the doorbell at 2169 Mission Street to come in. Everyone is welcome! Noisebridge is inspired by its fellow hackerspaces all around the world, from Alberta to Zurich. If you'd like to know more about how we work, and what we offer, visit the website at http://www.noisebridge.net/, or join the weekly Tuesday meeting at 8PM. Noisebridge is solely supported by individual donations by its users. You can donate through PayPal on our site or in the donation bins across the space. If you use Noisebridge regularly, set up a regular donation. A $10-$40 monthly subscription is a great way to ensure Noisebridge stays around. You can also become a member, which means you can take part in decisions about Noisebridge -- but you don't have to be one to use our space. You can also keep Noisebridge running by helping out in the space. Noisebridge is a "do-ocracy": if you think something needs improving or fixing, feel free to go ahead and do it.

Union Square, San Francisco
Distance: 0.9 mi Competitive Analysis
333 Post Street
San Francisco, CA 94108

(415) 781-7880

Union Square is the retail and cultural hub of San Francisco. It boasts the city’s largest collection of luxury, department and boutique shopping, making it one of the premier tourist attractions in the Western United States. A spectacular selection of hotels, art galleries, salons, and performance halls also contribute to the area's cosmopolitan, 24-hour character. The center of the neighborhood is a landmark park bordered by Geary, Powell, Post, and Stockton streets and is home to the Dewey monument. You can also get up to the minute info on what's going on in Union Square by following us on twitter @unionsquaresf.

EROS Massage Studio
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
2051 Market St
San Francisco, CA 94114

(415) 255-4921

PanIQ Escape Room San Francisco
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
750 Hyde St
San Francisco, CA 94109

(415) 530-9120

Welcome to PanIQ Room San Francisco. Do you have the critical skills to survive? Experience 60 minute live escape games like you’ve never before. Each escape room is built around a different story; the characteristics and style of the room are shaped with the help of accessories and interior design connected to the story. Live Escape games are a type of physical adventure games in which people are locked in a room and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room. Choose between 3 escape games: Our rooms: Psycho Slowly you regain consciousness and realize you're inside a psycho’s apartment. You’re alone but not for long... escape before he gets back! Prison Find your way out of the Prison you are held with your fellow prisoners! Geek You work for a startup company and you have to stay and work overnight in the office. Your goal is to find an investment check hidden in a safe then escape the room! Main page: www.facebook.com/paniqroomusa Our other locations on Facebook: PanIQ Room Hollywood - www.facebook.com/paniqroomhollywood PanIQ Room San Francisco - www.facebook.com/paniqroomsf PanIQ Room Miami - www.facebook.com/paniqroommiami PanIQ Room Phoenix - https://www.facebook.com/paniqroomphx MagIQ Room Beverly Hills - https://www.facebook.com/magiqroom

Magic at the Rex
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
562 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA 94102

(415) 273-9790

Brought to you by the producers of San Francisco’s long running (and always sold out) Absolute Magic, Magic at the Rex is an evening of mystery, wonderment and laughs. In an intimate nightclub setting at the classic Hotel Rex, you will be up close and personal with every flick of the wrist and wave of a hand of Adam Sachs and Sebastian Boswell III. Sebastian Boswell III is a most remarkable man who does fantastic things. As Mr. Boswell would modestly admit ,words cannot do justice to his performance of unusual feats he has learned in his travels over the world; suffice to say that you will be riveted. Close-up Magician Adam Sachs is as nimble with his fingers as he is with his wit. Writing in the New York Times, William Safire described Adam as a "wise guy, wiseacre." Adam is sophisticated and refined, but he sheds all that before the shows begin. Magic at the Rex will occasionally include a guest magician. But don't take it from us, here's how the San Francisco Chronicle described the earlier show, Absolute Magic: Forget the pyrotechnics, fog machines and cheesy background music - this isn't Caesars Palace. Absolute Magic focuses on the interactive and communal aspects of a magic show rather than the spectacle. Featured are local magicians RJ Owens - whose avuncular charm and offbeat brand of comedy magic will have you somewhere between smirking and outright chortling (depending on your sheepishness) - and Adam Sachs, with his mystifying sleight of hand, which may require reminders to close your mouth. Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 at the door, and there is a two drink minimum. Parking is available at nearby public parking garages including the Sutter/Stockton Garage. Please note that seating will begin at 7:30 PM. You may also meet and relax in the classic bar next to the salon for pre-show drinks. Did we mention that Adam and Sebastian sometimes wander to the Rex’s bar after the show and mingle over drinks for discussion and more close up performances for the guests . In other words, you may ask them questions they won’t answer, like “how did he do that?” and questions they will answer, like “why do you do that?”

Photoshop in SF
Distance: 1.0 mi Competitive Analysis
550 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA 94108

Blush: The Ultimate Wedding Experience
Distance: 1.1 mi Competitive Analysis
1409 Sutter St
San Francisco, CA 94109

BLUSH! The Ultimate Wedding Experience San Francisco, CA, Sunday, March 29, 2015 – BLUSH is a wedding event intended for planners and industry pros and for savvy couples seeking a more personal and unique experience while planning their wedding day. Unlike traditional bridal shows, this event will have something for everyone, including the groom and the same sex couple, which we feel are equally important. This event is something completely fresh, unusual, interactive and promises to ignite the senses and get the creative juices flowing. Combining an eclectic array of independent artisans and wedding purveyors, the event will feature: - 30+ fresh and unique wedding purveyors offering creative + current wedding ideas + resources - The latest trends and out-of-the-box ideas in wedding and event design - Yummy food bites + decadent desserts - Delicious craft cocktails - Outdoor Cigar Bar - Bright Lip and Lash Bar - An incredible fashion show - Beats to keep the party going - Swag Bags! + Raffles! - Judgement free atmosphere welcoming gal + dude, gal + gal, dude + dude, couples of all kinds! - All of the above and more!