While Whole Foods Market has been given the green light to take over the shuttered (but unfortunately not razed and to be rebuilt) Bell Market on 24th in Noe, the Prado Group continues to push forward with a proposed mixed-use development at 2001 Market Street which would replace the shuttered S&C Ford dealership with not only a Whole Foods on the ground floor but 80 residential units above and 125 parking spaces below.
No update on the Whole Foods slated for the Haight (a.k.a. the 690 Stanyan Project).
UPDATE (2/24): From a plugged-in reader with respect to the Noe Valley location: “Apparently Whole Foods has budgeted $5 million for [the] remodel and hopes to be open by September.”
∙ Here comes another Whole Foods [SFGate]
∙ 2001 Market Street [2001marketsf.com]
∙ The 690 Stanyan Project Update: Conditional Use Approved 6-0 [SocketSite]