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Grocery Outlet Plans To Stock Shuttered Grocery In The Mission

Grocery Outlet Plans To Stock Shuttered Grocery In The Mission

Shuttered since 2010, Fresh & Easy was originally slated to take over the former DeLano’s Market site at 1245 South Van Ness but financial woes waylaid those plans. And while plans to reduced the size of the store by two-thirds and build over 100 condos across the site were being... Read More »

Plans For A Gourmet Grocery And Restaurant Hall On Polk

Plans For A Gourmet Grocery And Restaurant Hall On Polk

The operators of ‘The Market’ grocery and food emporium at the base of the Twitter building on Market Street are planning an expansion to Polk, with designs to renovate the former Big Apple Grocery site at the corner of Polk and Clay, designs which include a 7,000-square-foot grocery, nearly 5,500... Read More »

Downsized Development And Grocery Approved For Tenderloin Site

Downsized Development And Grocery Approved For Tenderloin Site

Approved for the development of a 14-story building with 153 affordable apartments back in 2009, and with a 14,250-square-foot commercial space which was slated to become the Tenderloin’s first full-service grocery store, the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corp’s 168-186 Eddy Street project to rise on the northeast corner of Eddy... Read More »

New Mission Market Slated For Approval

New Mission Market Slated For Approval

Next week, “Gus’s Community Market” could be given the green light to convert 10,000 square feet of ground floor industrial space at the corner of Harrison and 17th Streets, which is technically the 400 Alabama Street building, into a neighborhood grocery store and accessory restaurant. As we first reported... Read More »

Affordable 200-Unit Mission Bay Building Slated To Break Ground

Affordable 200-Unit Mission Bay Building Slated To Break Ground

The building permits for 200 affordable apartments to rise on the western portion of Mission Bay Block 7, fronting Fourth Street between China Basin and Mission Bay Boulevard North, were issued last year. And according to a plugged-in source, the ground for the four-story development – a development which... Read More »

Gourmet Grocery And Food Emporium Coming To Folsom And Main

Gourmet Grocery And Food Emporium Coming To Folsom And Main

Tishman Speyer has inked an agreement with The Market company, the group behind the 22,000-square-foot market opening at the base of the Twitter building in two weeks, to open a 9,500-square-foot gourmet grocery and dining emporium in the base of LUMINA‘s Main Street Plaza A, the building rising at the... Read More »

New Mission District Grocery Store In The Works

New Mission District Grocery Store In The Works

A new grocery store dubbed “Gus’s Community Market” is angling to take over the ground floor of the industrial building at 400 Alabama Street in the Mission, with entrances on Alabama and Harrison at Seventeenth. As proposed, the 10,000 square-foot market “and accessory restaurant” would be roughly half the... Read More »

New Renderings And A Potential Formula Retail Fight For 555 Fulton

New Renderings And A Potential Formula Retail Fight For 555 Fulton

As we first reported last week, the previously approved plans to construct a five-story, mixed-use building with 139 dwelling units, 148 off-street parking spaces, and a 30,000 square foot grocery store at 555 Fulton Street have been dusted off and the design refined. Tomorrow, San Francisco’s Planning Commission will... Read More »

Plans For First Mid-Market Grocery Coming To Fruition

Plans For First Mid-Market Grocery Coming To Fruition

As we first reported last year, the plans for the Market Square building 1355 Market Street included a grocery at the corner of Market and 10th Street. With Small Foods having signed-on as the operator, detailed plans for the full-service grocery which has been described as “a cross between... Read More »

Fresh Groceries In The Tenderloin Stymied By Poor Fiscal Conditions

Fresh Groceries In The Tenderloin Stymied By Poor Fiscal Conditions

Approved for development in 2009 but stymied by “the continuing poor fiscal conditions of local, State, and Federal government, and the associated difficulties in securing financing for an affordable housing project,” the Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation is seeking a five year extension of their three year performance period to... Read More »