The San Francisco Business Times reports that a proposal for a 400,000 square-foot mixed-use development was submitted to the city’s planning department.

“The $82 million development, proposed by Maximus Real Estate Partner, calls for 351 housing units and 32,000 square feet of retail on the northeast corner of the intersection. The project would replace a Walgreens, the Hwa Lei Market, the City Club bar, two restaurants, and a defunct dollar store. It also includes the redevelopment of a 24,000 square foot surface parking lot behind the Walgreen’s.”

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