San Francisco's current Hall of Justice.
While the City plans a new police headquarters in Mission Bay, there are also plans in the works to build a new jail roughly where the current Hall of Justice is, on 6th Street.
The new buildings are all part of a larger scheme to replace the Hall of Justice, which the San Francisco Examiner notes is not earthquake-ready.
While it would cost $435 million to build a new jail, having to evacuate a crumbling jail post-quake would hardly be ideal — and it would cost "tens of millions" just to temporarily put up prisoners before a new jail gets built.
Therein lies the sell, as most of the money for the project would come ostensibly from a bond measure going to voters this June. So, citizens: worth it, or not worth it?!