New Food Hall at 15th and Market

 

SF Eater reports that there will be a new indoor food market at 15th and Market Streets in the Castro.

The Bay Area Reporter says that the new multi-use building located at 2175 Market Street (at 15th) will feature a 3,895-square-foot emporium-style marketplace, to be shared by a collection of food vendors. The new space will join behemoth-to-be Market Square (that’s the Twitter building) and the smaller Second Act and 331 Cortland in adopting a shared-space model.

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3 Comments

  1. Kent Denning

    Let’s hope that this building includes parking and affordable housing.

  2. John

    Is “Market Hall” the new fancy term for “Food Court”?

    • backtotheburbs

      A food court can’t justify 4$ toast or 15$ sandwiches, hence the renaming.

      Its just like a vast swath of the Mission was attempted to be renamed ‘the quad’. Because as new naive and wealthy people moved in they realized that its not all pretty storefronts and grassy parks … hence a concerted effort to carve out a more sanitized version. Voting districts are reappropriated in similar ways … its an effective strategy to divide and conquer.

      Similary the financial industry bailout turned into ‘Quantiative Easing’.

      Its all about successful renaming — therein lies the power to confuse and control.

      But surely you are very good at this game John, no?

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