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5800 Third Street: Preparing For Phase Two (And Old Age)

5800 Third Street: Preparing For Phase Two (And Old Age)

The four building Bayview development at 5800 Third Street was first approved by Planning 2005. Following a false start in 2007, the first two buildings with 137 of the proposed 340 units were delivered in 2010 along with San Francisco’s second Fresh & Easy store. Phase Two of the... Read More »

Fresh & Easy & Opening Today At Ten In San Francisco

Fresh & Easy & Opening Today At Ten In San Francisco

As the Fresh & Easy Buzz correctly reported to expect (and corrected our overly optimistic construction worker’s account), San Francisco’s first Fresh & Easy opens its doors the corner of Clement and 32nd Avenue this morning at 10am. The Fresh & Easy at 5800 Third Street is on track... Read More »

5800 Third Street Scoop: Sales, Restaurants, And Fresh & Easy Soon

5800 Third Street Scoop: Sales, Restaurants, And Fresh & Easy Soon

San Francisco’s first Fresh & Easy should be open by April (if not March) 2011 and a Bayview outpost of Limon and a Crossroads Café should soon follow along with a third (possibly a Brown Sugar Kitchen), all at the base of 5800 Third Street. As plugged-in people know,... Read More »

5800 Third Street: Development Starting Back Up (Delivery In 2010)

5800 Third Street: Development Starting Back Up (Delivery In 2010)

We had the scoop on the construction of 5800 Third Street shutting down. And now J.K. Dineen has the scoop on it starting back up. Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group has tapped veteran builder Rick Holliday to jump-start a 340-unit housing project at the former Coca-Cola bottling plant on... Read More »

Another Reader’s Reality: Living Off Of Third Street In Bayview

Another Reader’s Reality: Living Off Of Third Street In Bayview

On Monday it was one reader’s reality versus perception regarding life around Sixth Street in mid-SoMa/Market/town. Today we highlight another reader’s reality, and this time it’s living off of Third Street in Bayview: ike many areas of San Francisco you have to be cautious and use common sense. I... Read More »