How come there are no Home Depot stores in the city?

Asked by Sasha, San Francisco, CA Wed May 9, 2007

the same goes for Target,

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Peter, , San Francisco Bay Area
Wed May 9, 2007
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There is one in South City Right by Stonestown. Just a short drive 101
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Alison Hillm…, , San Francisco, CA
Fri Oct 12, 2012
Target is going to be right by Westfield Mall pretty soon!
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Keith Sorem, Agent, Glendale, CA
Fri May 11, 2007
Sasha
The Republic of San Francisco decreed an edict prohibiting large non-eco-friendly ferro-seismic structures from being constructed with the kingdom's confines.
Given the inherent cost inefficiencies of erecting such as structure Home Depot wisely built in Novato
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Sat Aug 15, 2009
They were never able to get the vote passed.



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Lenore and A…, Agent, Vista, CA
Thu May 24, 2007
The San Francisco Board of Supervisors, who act as a city board and a county board, have deemed that they do not want any big boxes owned by major corporations built. Obviously this doesn't make sense with the opening of Bloomingdales, does it? But your questions about Home Depot is because they don't want one in the city and county. There is a mega store in Colma, just south of the city limits off of 280. That's really the closest one and it is always crowded there because of San Francisco's narrowmindedness. Guess who benefits tax wise on this??
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We finally have a Target coming! So excited, cannot wait.
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