San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) December 1, 2006
CitiApartments, owner and operator of 150 apartment buildings throughout San Francisco, in a continuing effort to help support the local community, donated money to help maintain the beauty of the Upper Market and Church area.
Many people enjoy the Duboce Bikeway Mural on their way to and from work every morning while riding the N-line. The mural, done by lead artist Mona Caron, is located on Duboce Ave. between Church & Buchanan (the back wall of Safeway). Due to the wear and tear of San Francisco weather, the mural is in need of touchups and coatings. Completed in 1998, the 6,075 square foot mural is looked after by the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition. The group is looking to raise money to cover the cost of the repairs.
CitiApartments donated $1,000 to help with the repair costs. "We are committed to improving our community and felt that this donation would show our support for maintaining our neighborhoods," said David Raynal, COO of CitiApartments.
If you would like to help with a cash donation you will receive a 7-foot-long poster of the mural to hang on your wall. Simply visit http://www.bikemural.org.
CitiApartments, http://www.CitiApartments.com, is committed to raising the standards of service for clean, safe and sustainable rental housing in the city of San Francisco. CitiApartments strives to provide a greener tomorrow with quality housing and an overall feeling of community for all our residents. Being one of the oldest businesses in the Castro District / Upper Market Street neighborhood, we're proud to be part of the change.
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