Empty yet unavailable: 657, 680
Let us know in the comment section what kind of businesses you would like to see occupy these two storefronts. What does the block or neighborhood need and what makes sense given the economics:

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Housing, property, and space in general are prized commodities, especially in San Francisco. Nancy López gets to cover the stories that inevitably grow out of the cracks in the vacant storefronts, aging...

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8 Comments

  1. This was sold to a new owner in November. The old owner was foreclosed upon and is out of the picture. The new owner plans to fix up the space downstairs and is going to be leasing it within the next few months. It would make a fantastic restaurant/bar as it has 20 foot ceilings and a large mezzanine. It can also be divided down the middle to make 2 spaces. Really cool space that should be addind a lot af value to the block inthe coming years.

  2. Believe it or not I think we need a good chinese restaurant in the neighborhood. There’s every kind of food imaginable here, but no good chinese restaurant (and no, Red Lantern doesn’t count — it sux).

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