The New Yorker shines a spotlight on the campaign to stop Jack Spade, calling it indicative of the “tense tug-of-war over wealth as the city undergoes a disorienting pro-business boom.”
Writer Lauren Smiley cuts to the core:
“Our claim to fame, in San Francisco, has always been our unique neighborhoods,” said Kathleen Dooley, who serves on the city’s small-
business commission, and has been a part of discussions on pending legislation. “There’s a very valid worry that it could become very homogenous, as we’ve seen in Manhattan.”
Head over to newyorker.com for more.