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Fresh & Easy Is Having A Hard Time, Likely To Exit The SF Market(s)

As a plugged-in reader wrote two months ago: I LOVE but they just announced last week that they’re stalling almost all of their US store openings due to the chain’s inability to gain traction and likely won’t open more than a couple more in the next... Read More »

There’s Room To Grow, And Plans To Do So, Out On Clement

There’s Room To Grow, And Plans To Do So, Out On Clement

While the neighbors and neighborhood groups haven’t yet been notified, the owner of the single-story building at 3038 Clement Street is quietly working on plans to raze the “European Food” market and build a four-story, 40-foot tall building with six three-bedroom condos over ground floor retail and parking for... Read More »

A Fresh & Easy Start On Ocean Avenue?

A Fresh & Easy Start On Ocean Avenue?

Empty since 2010 when Rite Aid vacated the 17,000 square foot site, this afternoon San Francisco’s Planning Commission is set to vote on whether or not Fresh & Easy will be allowed to convert the retail space at 1830 Ocean Avenue into a grocery store. The Planning Department recommends... Read More »

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 At 1245 South Van Ness Set For Approval This Week

Fresh & Easy At 1245 South Van Ness Set For Approval This Week

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, the division and conversion of the former Delano’s Market at 1245 South Van Ness into a Fresh & Easy. The Project will divide the existing grocery store of approximately 21,452 square‐feet into a new 16,241 square-foot grocery store (Fresh... 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 »

San Francisco’s First Fresh & Easy Should Open Second Week In May

San Francisco’s First Fresh & Easy Should Open Second Week In May

According to a plugged-in reader and a construction worker on site, the first Fresh & Easy in San Francisco should open its doors in the Outer Richmond the second week in May at the corner of Clement and 32nd Avenue. Read More »

Fresh & Easy Headed For The Mission, Could The Castro Be Next?

Fresh & Easy Headed For The Mission, Could The Castro Be Next?

With San Francisco’s first two Fresh & Easy locations scheduled to open their doors in Bayview and the Outer Richmond early this year, according to the San Francisco Business Times Fresh & Easy is also close to inking a lease for the (not so long) shuttered DeLano’s Market at... 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 »