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Tag: Business

Game over? Proposed Mission arcade to be challenged by neighborhood activists.

Mucha is applying for a change of use permit for the current home of his repair business, Joey the Cat, at 3252 19th Street between South Van Ness and Shotwell Streets. His family purchased the space in 2014 for $1.5 million. Last month, the city granted him a temporary use authorization to host private events, but he’s hoping to make the change permanent. 

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Smallest Comic Book Store ever? Hella Novella owner applies for the title.

The smallest comic book store in all the known universe could be located right here in the Mission. Sketch Smith, the owner of Hella Novella off 19th and Mission St., is submitting her tiny comic book shop to the Guinness Book of World Records for the title and record holder of world’s smallest comic store. 

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Indoor cannabis cultivation business green-lit for Duboce warehouse

A new indoor cannabis cultivation business is slated to come to the Mission, opening across the street from Zeitgeist and SoMa West Skatepark at the site of a former aquarium shop. The project, located at 49 Duboce Ave., features 3,600 square feet for indoor growing across two floors of an industrial warehouse, and was approved at Thursday’s Planning Commission hearing.

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Two family-owned businesses arrive in the Mission: District Tea and Eterna Primavera

Two family-owned businesses owned by first-generation immigrants opened this summer in the Mission District –  District Tea, a Boba tea shop on Mission Street and Eterna Primavera, a Guatemalan bakery in the spot on 24th Street that was once occupied by Dominguez Bakery. 

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