The thrift store on Market and South Van Ness is pretty big, so big that at the beginning of the year was officially put up for sale (yes, prob housing will make its way). I guess it’s more convenient to live there, than to buy items for your living.
the site is expected to earn between $50-60 million in the red-hot Mid Market ‘hood. That’s because the parcel is zoned for up to a 320 foot high-rise and 600 residential units. MORE HERE
This from Goodwill’s CEO, via BizJournals.com back in 2013 when the story came out:
“A potential sale of our Mission Street property would open up tremendous possibilities for us to serve more local people in need, place more people in local jobs, and help preserve the economic diversity and family stability in our region,” said SFGoodwill President and CEO Maureen Sedonaen. MORE HERE
And, what’s the big deal, you may think. Well, only that this is probably why thrift stores are so beloved.