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Plans for San Francisco’s Next Target Slated for Approval

Plans for San Francisco’s Next Target Slated for Approval

Plans to convert the former Sports Authority building at 1690 Folsom Street into a full-service Target could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission on October 4. Once again, the conversion wouldn’t require an expansion of the 40,000-square-foot building nor a major change to the building’s façade, save new... Read More »

Western SoMa Target, CVS and Starbucks Closer to Reality

Western SoMa Target, CVS and Starbucks Closer to Reality

The formal application to convert the former Sports Authority building at 1690 Folsom Street into a full-service Target has been filed with Planning. The conversion wouldn’t require an expansion of the 40,000-square-foot building nor a major change to the building’s façade, save new signage. And as proposed, a full-service... Read More »

Supersized Sunnyside Safeway Slated For Approval(s)

Supersized Sunnyside Safeway Slated For Approval(s)

In the works for over seven years, the plans to overhaul and supersize the outdated Sunnyside Safeway at 625 Monterey Boulevard could finally be approved this week.  As proposed, the store will be expanded from 19,000 to 45,000 square feet, building across the store’s existing surface parking lot and... Read More »

Starbucks’ Market Street Plan Shot Down By Planning

Starbucks’ Market Street Plan Shot Down By Planning

Following the Planning Department’s recommendation and reasoning, San Francisco’s Planning Commission has voted 5 to 1 against Starbucks’ proposal to take over the retail space at 2201 Market Street at the corner of Sanchez in the Castro. ∙ The Designs For 2201 Market Street And Great Starbucks Divide Read More »

The Designs For 2201 Market Street And Great Starbucks Divide

The Designs For 2201 Market Street And Great Starbucks Divide

Starbucks’ proposal to take over the existing 2,500 square foot Industrialists retail space at 2201 Market Street has received 59 letters of support (including one from the Merchants of Upper Market & Castro) and a petition with 453 signatures in favor of their plan. At the same time, the... Read More »