SF Gate introduces us to the new boozy brunch spot, Wooden Spoon @ 2172 Market Street, next to the Swedish American Hall & Cafe DuNord. Read full article on SF Gate.
The month of May looks to be a busy one for new businesses in the neighborhood. According to a recent Hoodline article (click to read), Papi Rico is set to open May 5th (que perfecto!). Nearby (and super popular) Kitchen Story will open a dessert shop called U: Dessert Story on 16th Street in the previous Ike’s space. […]
Unionmade recently moved its Noe Valley store to the Castro. Read more…
On February 28th the former Patio space got a new Hamburger Mary’s awning! Whatever (currently at 548 Castro Street) is moving to the former Books, Inc space at 2275 Market Street. To read more visit ABC 7 or Hoodline.
Read the recent Hoodline article about the NEW business coming into our neighborhood!
It was lovely to meet and make personal connections with familiar neighborhood names as we learned a bit about the current vacant spaces on the tour. Spaces visited were: 2175 Market Street 2198 Market Street 2240 Market Street (Sullivan site) 2275 Market Street (Books, Inc. site) 2349 Market Street (Illy site) We are hoping to do another […]
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The Castro Community Benefit District welcomes NEW Business Attraction Consultant, Jason Luger to the neighborhood. Jason will help to implement the recommendations in the Castro & Upper Market Retail Strategy. BIOGRAPHY Dr. Jason Luger is an urban geographer with research interests focusing on urban policy, urban social movements and activism, comparative approaches to economic development, and […]
The final report and technical appendix for the Castro/Upper Market Retail Strategy have been released! Please see the “Recommendations and Report” tab to access these documents. The executive summary has been provided below. For questions or to learn how to become more involved with the project please contact email@example.com EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Castro & Upper […]
The latest article from the Bay Area Reporter. By Matthew S. Bajko Link HERE. A tiny, bathroom-less storefront on upper Market Street illustrates the ongoing conversation about how to fill vacant retail locations in the city’s gay Castro district and with what sort of businesses. Last October Drysdale Properties, a local affiliate of Berkshire Hathaway […]