Day Around the Bay: SF Looks to Sell City Hall Air Rights for $45M


  • San Francisco supervisors are considering selling air rights that belong to City Hall for around $45 million. The vertical development space likely wouldn’t all go to one development, but to several. [Chronicle]
  • In the aftermath of the death at the Phish concert on Sunday — the man who died has been identified as 47-year-old Ryan Prosser of Athens, NY — more fans are saying that the Chase Center’s upper levels are not at all safe. The upper tiers are extremely steep, and one fan who witnessed the fatal fall said he’d specifically bought tickets on the lower level after being freaked out at the steepness at an earlier concert. [Chronicle]
  • Prosser’s cause of death has been updated to say he purposely leapt from the balcony. [East Bay Times]
  • Los Gatos “cool mom” Shannon O’Connor, who’s lately been living in Idaho with her teenage sons and apparently continuing to throw boozy teen parties there, was extradited and booked into Santa Clara County Jail on $10 million bail, with an arraignment on Wednesday. [KRON4]
  • The Estrada Fire in Santa Cruz County began as a controlled burn by CalFire that quickly got out of control due to wind. [CBS SF]
  • Rad Tenderloin cocktail spot Whitechapel, emphasis on the gin, reopens tonight. [Hoodline]
  • The historic Bank of America building in the Catro(currently home to SoulCycle) is for sale. [Hoodline]
  • Rep. Liz Cheney said today that Steven Bannon’s refusal to cooperate with the January 6th committee, along with Trump’s refusal, suggests that the two were involved in planning and strategizing for the insurrection. [Business Insider]

Day Around the Bay: SF Looks to Sell City Hall Air Rights for $45M

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