The proposed mixed-use development at 2001 Market Street was unanimously approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission last night and should result in an eight story building along Market Street (stepping down to four stories at 14th Street) with 82 residential units over a 31,000 square foot Whole Foods and 101 parking spaces.
Once again, the latest timeline calls for a month of demolition followed by eighteen (18) months of construction. And “assuming that construction would begin in the 3rd quarter of 2011, the building would be ready for occupancy in the 1st quarter of 2013.”
∙ 2001 Market Street Prepares To Meet The Planning Commission [SocketSite]
∙ SF’s Planning Commission Poised To End The Year With A Bang [SocketSite]