3038 Clement Street Demo

As plugged-in readers knew to expect and a tipster reports, the former European Food market at 3038 Clement Street has been razed to make way for a six-unit condominium development to rise, with three two-bedrooms and three three-bedrooms along with parking for ten bikes and six cars over a smaller ground-floor retail space.

3038-Clement-Street-Design-Front

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by Serge

    Now if only that service station could have gone away as well.

    • Posted by Joseph A

      give it time , that lands is too valuable to stay as it is

  2. Posted by Brad

    Hopefully the market can find a new home.

    • Posted by soccermom

      So that one can enjoy authentically surly Russian service?

      • Posted by San FronziScheme

        Awesome smoked fish and polish dry sausage. The sunflower seed bread that you picked from the rack and given to you hot from the oven at checkout. Imitation French bakery creamy stuff that looked the part but tasted as fake as a Putin apology.

        • Posted by Live Smart

          What do you suggest as an alternative in the neighborhood? There is Royal Bakery and Market on Geary Blvd. Have you tried Katia’s in the Richmond district? My former Ukrainian boss recommended it.

          • Posted by parklife

            Alternatives would include Royal Market, New World Market, Seakor Polish Deli, Moscow & Tbilisi Bakery. All different and all good.

        • Posted by gone on

          Thanks Park Life, just make sure we get to them before they are replaced with the great new style of infill above.

  3. Posted by Live Smart

    Interesting design. I welcome the new condos and its owners.

  4. Posted by Steve

    More ice-trays.. yah!

  5. Posted by unlivable city

    Vee must MONETIZE every sq inch of zee San Francisco… yah! 🙂

    • Posted by parklife

      If by MONETIZE you mean create housing for families, then bring it on. There are plenty of vacant storefronts in the Richmond to house the prior market if it is a viable business.

      • Posted by gone on

        lotsa housing no bakeries families will be happy

        • Posted by parklife

          If you don’t like the new building, then say so. But to insinuate that housing is replacing all commercial establishments in the Richmond is absurd. There is a glut of vacancies on many of the commercial streets (especially Geary) that could house bakeries or any other business for which there is a market.

  6. Posted by formerly%whatever

    Nobody got displaced. My friend knows the son of the market owner and he encouraged him to build it, but the owner got a good price for the property so he sold it.

  7. Posted by soccermom

    I AM THE LORAX AND I SPEAK FOR DERELICT GAS STATIONS
    WITH USED TIRES AND WHEELS IN ELIPTIC ROTATIONS
    WE EXAMINE YOUR TIMING AND CHECK OUT YOUR TRANNYS
    NO NOT THAT KIND YOU’RE THINKING (I MUST CALL YOUR NANNY!)
    IF NOT FOR OUR LOCALE WHERE EVER OH WHERE’A
    WOULD OUR FAIR CITY PARK INOPERABLE CUTLASS CIERA’S?
    WHERE ONCE THE AVERAGE PERSON IN PASSING
    COULD WASH HER WINDOWS WHILE STEADILY RE-GASSING
    WE NOW LET FLUIDS LEAK WHILE CHAINS SWAY IN THE BREEZE
    WHICH EVERYONE EVERYONE EVERYONE NEEDS
    And just at that moment came the sickening sound
    Of a supervisor-led proposition being passed down
    Without any input from owners or renters
    A mere 4 supes required to sidestep dissenters
    The Lorax said nothing, just gave me a glance
    Like someone recently Occupied in his pants
    He turned, gave the finger to AirBnb guests
    And handed me a 311 notification package labeled, ……. ‘Unless’

    • Posted by soccermom

      Completed project now for sale.

      Looks like decent value in PPSF terms for a great location and new construction…

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