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IKEA San Francisco will celebrate its grand opening at the 945 Market Street location with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday at 11 a.m.
Wow, that was fast. The “flagship” mid-Market Whole Foods that opened at Eighth and Market Streets in March 2022 only lasted until April 2023, and as of Tuesday, the store is no longer operating.
It appears to be becoming a new retail real estate trend: Large shuttered drug stores in San Francisco that offer loads of space are being reenvisioned into smaller chunks of space for retail or offices.
The new Whole Foods near Civic Center will be the largest Whole Foods in San Francisco, and will open March 10 to bring a much-needed boost to a corner that has lately been in the news for all the wrong reasons.
Shoppers crowded the sidewalk outside the store, while a free newspaper giveaway drew a frenzy of eBay listings.
The cult skate brand, known for its limited-edition items, is likely to draw big lines on opening day.
Spacious cited SF Planning's "lack of a clear process" for compliance as a significant factor in its departure.
The NEMA building's ground-floor space on Market has been vacant since it opened in 2015.
During the day, vacant restaurants become shared work spaces.
Walk a few blocks in any direction, and you'll run into independently operated boutiques catering to "very San Francisco" desires.
Named for its owner, who hails from Japan, the new salon offers waxing and facials in a relaxing atmosphere.
The owners aim to convert nearly 20 percent of the vacant mall's footprint to office use.
From a new Italian deli to CaKo's closure in Union Square, here's a rundown of local business happenings.