S.F. vacancy tax is a terrible idea

As you walk the streets of San Francisco, especially in the downtown district, you will probably see a lot of empty storefronts. These vacancies are not only bad for their landlords, but also for businesses around them. Empty retail space invites homeless people to settle in the doorways, which can deter shoppers from visiting surrounding stores.

Currently, there are 340 vacant stores in what are called NCD (neighborhood commercial districts) in the city.

Supervisor Aaron Peskin plans to put a…

from Fort Lauderdale Real Estate News & Residential Real Estate News – Residential Real Estate News Headlines | Bizjournals.com & Banking & Financial News – Banking & Financial News Headlines | Bizjournals.com http://feeds.bizjournals.com/~r/industry_21/~3/UWueMR4SLr8/s-f-vacancy-tax-is-a-terrible-idea.html

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