The man buying the four-unit apartment building owned by Metropolitan Community Church of San Francisco for about $1.8 million said today (Wednesday, February 11) that all the tenants will get to stay.
Realtor Patrick Barber said tenants of 138-140 Eureka Street will “absolutely” be allowed to remain. The announcement in December that the building would be sold had sparked some concern that tenants would be evicted.
Barber said the only changes he’ll make will be updates such as painting the building, which is over 100 years old, and ensuring compliance with the health and safety code. He said he wants the building to be “beautiful.”
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