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Plans for Shuttered Fresh & Easy Site Slated for Approval

Plans for Shuttered Fresh & Easy Site Slated for Approval

Shuttered back in 2015 following Fresh & Easy’s withdrawal from the market, the proposed re-activation of the supermarket site on the northwest corner of 32nd Avenue and Clement Street in the Seacliff/Outer Richmond neighborhood could finally be approved this week. While Safeway has leased the site, the 16,664-square-foot space... Read More »

Go Eat in Your Room

Go Eat in Your Room

As we noted yesterday, the proposed eight units to replace the existing garage and storage rooms of the six-unit building at 4640 Balboa average 255 square feet apiece. But to be a bit more precise, the plans calls for adding seven studios averaging 240 square feet on the building’s... Read More »

Externalizing Parking to Double Density as Proposed

Externalizing Parking to Double Density as Proposed

Purchased as a six-unit apartment building with eight bedrooms and a six-car garage for $1.452 million in the first quarter of 2013, plans to add eight new apartments, with nine new bedrooms, at 4640 Balboa Street have been drafted and neighbors need not be worried about losing a view.... Read More »

One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco Fetches $665K

One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco Fetches $665K

The sale of the two-level cottage at 554 46th Avenue, which sits on 644-square-foot lot behind two other homes which had shared a Sutro Heights parcel that has since been subdivided, has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $665,000. Legally a single-family home following the parcel’s subdivision,... Read More »

One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco for $599K

One of the Smallest Houses in San Francisco for $599K

Back in 1980, a single Outer Richmond parcel was legally subdivided into three separate lots. Behind the 600-square-foot house which fronts the street at 550 46th Avenue, a 650-square-foot house known as 552 46th Avenue sits. And behind that house, 554 46th Avenue occupies a 644-square-foot lot. Built around... Read More »

San Francisco’s First & Last Fresh & Easy Will Soon Close

San Francisco’s First & Last Fresh & Easy Will Soon Close

Following the closure of the Fresh & Easy at Silver and Somerset in Portola, the Fresh & Easy at 32nd Avenue and Clement in the Outer Richmond, which was the first F&E to open in San Francisco, became the sole outpost for the retailer in the city. And now,... Read More »

Plans For Rapid Transit Down Geary Boulevard Are Rolling Again

Plans For Rapid Transit Down Geary Boulevard Are Rolling Again

With the development of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) having been approved for Van Ness Avenue, the Transportation Authority’s recommended plan for a Geary BRT line from Downtown San Francisco to the Outer Richmond will be presented to the public this evening at 6pm in the Richmond Recreation Center (251... 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 »