Central Market/Tenderloin Data Portal

/Central Market/Tenderloin Data Portal

Central Market/Tenderloin Data Portal

Active Project? Yes
Year Project Began: 2017
Year of Last Input: 2015
Last Updated: Dec 15 2018
Project Location:
Tenderloin Neighborhood, San Francisco, CA
State / Province:
California
Country:
USA
Lead Organization:
San Francisco Department of Public Health
Type of Organization:
Government - Local

Geographic Scope

Neighborhood, County 

Issue Areas

Demography, Economy, Employment, Equity, Governance, Health & Wellbeing, Housing, Land Use, Poverty, Public Safety, Recreation, Transportation

Keywords

collective impact, economic development

Description

The Tenderloin neighborhood and Central Market Corridor (CMTL) are located at the very heart of San Francisco and make up one of the most diverse parts of our city. Due to the historically more affordable housing stock and the density of social-services, this area is both a point of entry for many who arrive in San Francisco, as well as a final destination for those who are trying to hang on in this expensive city.

In recent years, the CMTL area has undergone a remarkable transformation. Thousands of new employees now flood into the neighborhood daily and an impressive number of new businesses and housing projects are currently in development. Due to these rapid changes and the vulnerability of existing residents, both City and non-profit partners are working hard to ensure that the diverse residents and business owners can remain and flourish, while trying to improve the quality of life for everyone that lives, works, plays, or studies in the CMTL.

The CMTL Data Portal was created to be a resource to those working to support the quality of life in the Central Market/tenderloin Neighborhood. Data are presented for the boundary that was outlined in the Central Market/Tenderloin Strategy, which includes the Tenderloin Neighborhood and parts of South of Market and Hayes Valley that will be seeing rapid development.

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Project URL

http://cmtldata.org/

Indicator Domains

Demographics; Economic Opportunity; Health and Well-being; Safe and Healthy Shared Spaces; Cohesion, Stability, and Affordability

Reporting Format

Interactive Online Display

Awards & Accomplishments:

San Francisco Mayor's Data and Innovation Awards - Bridge Builder Award

Other Partners

City County, Community Foundation

Project Contact:

Megan Wall Shui
SFDPH, Program on Health, Equity, and Sustainability - Government - Local
megan.wall@sfdph.org
San Francisco CA USA