Jane Kim 2014 campaigning inside city funded non profit Tenderloin Housing Clinic

It’s no secret that Randy Shaw and his staff have been big supporters of the Jane Kim in the 2010 campaign. The 2010 Jane Kim campaign was also the subject of a ethics commission probe and was also caught on camera in 2010 campaigning inside this very same Tenderloin Housing Clinic building

In case you think the SRO vote is insignificant, this same article claims Jane Kim won (the SRO vote) over Debra Walker in 2010 by only 140 votes and the SRO vote is the reason Chris Daly got re-elected in 2006

As a result of Randy Shaw allowing Jane Kim to campaign inside his city funded non profit buildings, Randy Shaw must now allow all other District 6 candidates to campaign in all 16 of his master leased SRO’s. Randy Shaw can get into some serious trouble now if he doesn’t allow any other candidate to enter any of his buildings

September 27, 2014, 11:42am – Jane Kim flyers being distributed at the Seneca Hotel, one of Randy Shaws master leased SRO’s in Mid Market, San Francisco. Bonus: One of Randy Shaws own clients calling the team “you’re all backed by the mob”, which would mean his own clients calling Shaw the mob

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Tenderloin Housing Clinic – Safe Clean Affordable Housing

Tenderloin Housing Clinic – Safe Clean Affordable Housing

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correcting the city attorneys office

The San Francisco City Attorney recently sued SRO owners for housing violations and the entire first amended complaint is included below Continue reading »

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Randy Shaws Happy Housing #4

This is a protest in front of the Seneca Hotel in October 2013. the Seneca Hotel is located at 34 6th Street on the corner of Stevenson and 6th Street across from Dotties True Blue cafe and Zendesk in San Francisco’s Mid Market neighborhood. These are some of the people who are not insane who suffer because Randy Shaw and Tenderloin Housing Clinic insists on housing the insane in the same buildings. You can hear them say this in the video including the fact that there’s no support, no regulation, no licensing for the certified by a doctor insane people who are housed in this building Continue reading »

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Randy Shaws Happy Housing #3

Mid Market, San Francisco, Seneca Hotel at the corner of Stevenson and 6th, next door to Dotties True Blue cafe and Zendesk

It’s time for you to meet some of your neighbors. Believe it or not, this building did not used to be like this. This building housed all working people in the 1990’s and it wasn’t until the Patels bought and Randy Shaw and Tenderloin Housing Clinic master leased it, that it turned into an unlicensed, unregulated mental institution filled with narcotics

This is the reason why there are no more working people in this city funded, non profit run SRO’s, because working people do not want to live in a mental institution. The working people who used to live in this building were literally forced out via intimidation and slowly being replaced with mental patients on drugs. It’s not because the rooms aren’t nice, or the building isn’t nice, it’s because the City of San Francisco deliberately funded a concentration of a specific subset of society in these SRO’s, thereby creating a containment zone. This was at the expense of working people, who used to live in these buildings

No sane working person would willingly live with this, no matter how nice you refurbish it

With that, meet one of your neighbors who likes to yell out the window at the street below. These are the current residents housed by Randy Shaw under Tenderloin Housing Clinic ‘master lease’ contracts funded by the City of San Francisco. In this first video, the screen shot is literally the rooftop garden at Dotties True Blue Cafe. They still have never used it to this day, and here’s why Continue reading »

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Randy Shaws Happy Housing #2

It’s a happy fight at the happy Mission Hotel in Randy Shaws happy Tenderloin Housing Clinic

And you’re happily paying for it

edit: this video has been removed and not by this blog (see comments). Tenderloin Housing Clinic has successfully covered up another scandal of it’s publicly funded non profit because if you’re a professional criminal organization such as Tenderloin Housing Clinic, the first thing you have to do is hide the evidence

This is the same Mission hotel that was the subject of another scandal involving management

https://www.youtube.com/watch?list=UUEgpQveXz1HNLPeemYzmhng&v=rhuAdZpnw_U

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Randy Shaws Happy Housing #1

This used to be all working people in this building. Randy Shaw turned it into this and now it’s Happy Housing

Right in the middle of the San Francisco Mid Market tech revival. Literally 40 feet from Zendesk

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Somebody sold Fred meth again

THC has also continued efforts to address public drug dealing in key neighborhood hotspots. These include the Leavenworth Corridor and the first block of Turk. THC organized a large coalition of residents, workers, building owners, and merchants to work with the police in addressing these problems

From Randy Shaw’s own website

RANDY SHAW: No, that’s absolutely false. I mean, nobody has spent more time than me trying to reduce crime in the Tenderloin.
– From a PBS Newhour

Well, this is in one of Randy Shaw’s own buildings, in Mid Market, San Francisco and he gets it in the building, no need to go get it on the street

and if you think it’s new or the police haven’t tried, this is from 2 years ago, same Fred, same meth

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Tenderloin Housing Clinic master lease contract

This is one of the ‘master lease’ contracts that Randy Shaw pioneered in which his company, tenderloin Housing Clinic, ‘master leases’ a Single Room Occupancy hotel (SRO) from the owner and assumes almost all responsibility and effectively becomes the new landlord. This contract is usually not public as it is a private agreement between Tenderloin Housing Clinic and a private landlord and is separate from the San Francisco mayors Office of Housing Contract with Tenderloin Housing Clinic to provide services for formerly homeless people

This contract is public because it is included in a lawsuit in which a tenant sued 909 Geary, the Hartland Hotel because of noise nuisance from a bar housed in the building. It was then discovered that 909 Geary, the owner, is not responsible for the other tenants and that Tenderloin Housing Clinic is responsible because of this contract

This kind of ‘master lease’ contract is not very common and has caused initial confusion with attorneys and the press. The latest example being the San Francisco Chronicle which ran a story on the All Star Hotel and was then threatened with a lawsuit by Randy Shaw which resulted in a correction in the Chronicle

While it is true that the Department of Building Inspection only has the owner of the building in it’s records on file, the fact of the matter is that Tenderloin Housing Clinic is responsible for nearly all of the maintenance of the building except for ‘major structural repair or repairs that cost over 10,000 dollars’ because of this master lease contract

The contract is very clear about what the responsibilities of Tenderloin Housing Clinic are and spells out that THC is in fact responsible for 99% of the complaints that arrive at DBI. DBI doesn’t know this because all they have is the owners name on file. But even if the owner gets the complaint, the owner just passes it to THC because of this contract

Tenderloin Housing Clinic even goes so far as to rehabilitate rooms, by installing new tiles and repainting, tearing out carpets and installing new tiling in public areas, all paid for with city funds. THC has even installed entire community kitchens in the buildings, paid for with city funds, so that there is significant capital improvements to the privately owned buildings done with public money. This means that if the contracts ever get cancelled, the private owner has just walked away with free capital improvements to his building paid for with your tax dollars

And now for the first time in public, here is one of the ‘master lease’ contracts between Tenderloin Housing Clinic and the owner of 909 Geary. The actual contract starts on page 15 Continue reading »

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rent control advocate quietly demolishing rent control

One of the primary advocates of rent control in San Francisco is apparently using his landlord status to demolish the very same rent control in San Francisco

Randy Shaw runs Tenderloin Housing Clinic, which has a contract with the city to ‘master lease’ SRO hotel rooms for homeless people in San Francisco. Tenderloin Housing Clinic does not own any of these buildings except for a newly constructed housing at 785 Brannan, The Galvin Apartments. All 16 other buildings are privately owned, usually by a Patel and is then master leased under contract with Tenderloin Housing Clinic which then acts as a property manager for the owner. Tenderloin Housing Clinic then contracts with the City of San Francisco to pay for all the extra support services for housing homeless people in these privately owned SRO’s Continue reading »

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