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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 »

376 Castro: Consider Yourself Notified (And Plugged-In)

376 Castro: Consider Yourself Notified (And Plugged-In)

As plugged-in people know, the plans to build six stories on the northwest corner of Castro and Market are back in play: The proposed project would involve the demolition of the existing automotive gasoline and service station…and the construction of a six-story, approximately 65-foot-tall, 43,070-square-foot, mixed-use building with 24... Read More »

1844 Market Street: Let’s Get Ready To Rumble Build!

1844 Market Street: Let’s Get Ready To Rumble Build!

As we wrote this past October: As we first reported a week ago, builder Joe Cassidy’s 113-unit mixed-use project at 1844 Market Street was headed for a foreclosure sale on the courthouse steps next week with an estimated $12,329,428.48 owed. And while a plugged-in reader noted that a lawsuit... Read More »

Plans To Build Six Stories At 376 Castro Back In Play

Plans To Build Six Stories At 376 Castro Back In Play

It’s been seven years since plans to raze the gas station on the northwest corner of the intersection of Castro, Market and 17th streets was filed with planning, plans which proposed to build a mixed-use building with twenty-four residential units over three thousand square feet of ground floor commercial... Read More »

Cassidy’s 1844 Market Street Holding Company Files For Chapter 11

Cassidy’s 1844 Market Street Holding Company Files For Chapter 11

As we first reported a week ago, builder Joe Cassidy’s 113-unit mixed-use project at 1844 Market Street was headed for a foreclosure sale on the courthouse steps next week with an estimated $12,329,428.48 owed. And while a plugged-in reader noted that a lawsuit over a reneged loan agreement was... Read More »

2299 Market As Proposed, Opposed, And Recommended By Planning

2299 Market As Proposed, Opposed, And Recommended By Planning

With objections ranging from its impact on pedestrians and bicycles (“circulation and safety issues”), to parking ratios (1:1 as proposed), to ground floor retail ceiling height, to how its affordable housing component will be handled (in-lieu versus onsite), the proposed design of 2299 Market is opposed by Castro Area... Read More »