Fog Hill Market Has Officially Closed Its Doors

Photo: Geri Koeppel/Hoodline
By Rose Garrett - Published on September 19, 2016.

Back in May, we noted that Fog Hill Market, the longtime corner store at Green & Kearny, was hosting a goodbye celebration ahead of a planned closure that month. But it seems the longtime market stayed open through the summer, only to officially close its doors last week, as the Chronicle reports

With the building on the market and rent hike on the way, owner Hanna Chedyak spent the last weeks in business slowly selling off inventory and bidding farewell to neighbors. "I’m saying goodbye to my neighbors. They were part of my family. It’s like losing your family. My kids grew up here and played in the street with the neighbor kids," Chedyak told the Chron. "But this is happening all over San Francisco. What can you do?”

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