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Bathhouses, Eagle landmark could boost SOMA LGBTQ district

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The giant leather pride flag that flew over the nearly finished Eagle Plaza in San Francisco's South of Market neighborhood was so frayed by the wind that it was quietly removed late last year.

The shredded fabric was an apt symbol for the battering the area's Leather and LGBTQ Cultural District experienced itself in 2020.

The COVID-19 pandemic decimated the finances of numerous LGBTQ businesses in SOMA, with bars forced to close, restaurants required to end indoor dining, and stores ordered to reduce shopper capacity.

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