It now plans to construct a six-story, mixed-use building on the site, with 54 residential units. The building will also have four ground-floor and basement retail spaces totaling 7,515 square feet, according to the most recent documents filed with SF Planning.
Demolition of the site was approved in July 2018, and the project’s excavation permit was issued last month.
SFMTA approved the Castro Merchants' request to close Noe Street between 16th and Market Streets and Beaver Street. Castro residents will be familiar with the footprint as it's the same one used for Castro Farmers' Market on Wednesdays. Read More
After 43 years in business, the family-owned Upper Haight mainstay Haight Ashbury T-Shirts is closing permanently at the end of the year, citing the economic pressures of a pandemic that's killed virtually all tourist traffic to the neighborhood. Read More