City to host workshop to boost business in Central Market area, Tenderloin 

Looking to borrow money? San Francisco city officials are offering another opportunity for local businesses and groups to qualify for loans aimed to help revitalize the Central Market and Tenderloin neighborhoods. On June 29 at 3:30 p.m., city officials are hosting a workshop where prospective borrowers can learn how to qualify for the Central Market Cultural District Loan Fund. The CDLF will enable the city and county of San Francisco to provide $11 million in HUD Section 108-guaranteed loan proceeds to support eligible projects that will enhance the area’s cultural arts and entertainment functions.

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