Good Morning Mission!

By Jet Martinez

It’s 6:55 a.m, 54° and headed to 58°. Details for the next 10 days are here.

Cesar Chavez Avenue got a formal ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday morning and SF Streetsblog was there to record it.  I wonder if Cesar Chavez — now wider and more accessible than 24th Street — might be a better street for the tech buses.

As you prepare for Superbowl Sunday you’ll want to consider SF Eater’s Map of places to pick up or eat your Sunday fare. As you can see from the map, a lot of the places are crowded into the Mission.

And here’s a real estate story to envy from the San Francisco Business Times.

About 20 months after buying the 3180 18th St. property for $5.6 million, Harvest and partner Kinship Capital sold it for $17.5 million to New York based Bridgeton Holdings.

The deal, at $472 a square foot, comes a week or so before TMG Partners is slated to sell another historic Mission property, the Hamm’s Brewery at 1550 Bryant St. That deal is rumored to be close to $500 a square foot. Read more here. 

Enjoy the day!

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  1. ThatGuy

    Do you live and breathe tech busses??????

    You may need professional help.

  2. David Stickley

    Cesar Chavez is neither wider nor more accessible. The sidewalks on either side remain unchanged, leaving the same distance across Cesar Chavez. It is changed from three lanes to two to accomodate a wider median and a bike lane on either side. It is more accessible for bikes, which is great. The silly palm trees? Well, couldn’t that money have been spent on any number of more practical things, regardless of how much state or federal money got kicked in…

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