CitiApartments Becomes a Member of MUMC

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Supporting local businesses and community.

CitiApartments, one of the largest building management companies in San Francisco, joined the Merchants of Upper Market and Castro (MUMC) organization. The MUMC consists of over 200 local businesses, supporting a mix of merchants, restaurants and services.    

The MUMC is involved in civic efforts and small business issues. It lobbies the city for the well-being of its merchants and strives to maintain harmony within the neighborhood. MUMC has been successful in its efforts to maintain diversity, dissuade panhandling, preserve historic architecture, direct beautification projects and produce events and activities that reflect the community's appreciation of a good time for all.

"We feel like we have the same goals as the MUMC in maintaining and beautifying our region," said David Raynal, COO of CitiApartments. "Through our membership we want to be able to continue to make donations and show support for our community and local businesses."

CitiApartments, native to the Upper Market and Church area for over 50 years, became a member of the MUMC just in time for the holiday season. The MUMC and members will kick off this holiday season with the lighting of a tree in Harvey Milk Plaza, joined by the SF Lesbian and Gay Freedom Band for caroling, followed by a Holiday Benefit Show at Harvey's Bar and Restaurant and much more. For more information on the MUMC holiday kickoff event, see or call (415) 867-5004.

About CitiApartments

CitiApartments,, 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.

CitiApartments - "Committed to quality housing for over 50 years."

CitiApartments * Merchants of Upper Market and Castro * San Francisco Housing


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