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Groundbreaking For “Market Street Place” Pushed Back

Groundbreaking For “Market Street Place” Pushed Back

With its September start date having come and gone and still no movement on the Mid-Market site, Cypress Equities is now targeting November 12 as the date they’ll officially break ground on the 250,000-square-foot retail center known as “Market Street Place,” along Market between Fifth and Sixth Streets. And according to the Business Times, Cypress is Read More »

Major Mid-Market Retail Development Set To Start Construction

Major Mid-Market Retail Development Set To Start Construction

First approved for development in 2010 but then lost to foreclosure in 2011, the mid-market retail development originally known as CityPlace but since dubbed “Market Street Place” will start construction in September. Market Street Place will be a six-level, urban retail redevelopment project featuring an exterior façade of translucent glass that will serve as a Read More »

Market Street Place Ready To Demo And Courting Nordstrom Rack

Market Street Place Ready To Demo And Courting Nordstrom Rack

With J.C. Penney having been dropped as the potential anchor tenant for the 250,000-square-foot Market Street Place development at 935-965 Market Street between Fifth and Sixth Streets, the developers of the future Mid-Market retail complex formerly known as CityPlace are now “in advanced talks with Nordstrom Rack as a potential anchor tenant.” That being said, Read More »

CityPlace Revived With Plans For J.C. Penney As The Anchor Tenant

CityPlace Revived With Plans For J.C. Penney As The Anchor Tenant

The approved for development but since foreclosed upon CityPlace parcels stretching from 935 to 965 Market Street between Fifth and Sixth are now in contract to be bought with JCPenney signed-on to be the development’s anchor tenant. Read More »

CityPlace Parcels Lost To Foreclosure

As a plugged-in reader reports, the Market Street parcels upon which the approved CityPlace development was to be built between Fifth and Sixth Streets were just foreclosed upon and taken back by the bank. Read More »

CityPlace EIR Approved Appealed Approved!

CityPlace EIR Approved Appealed Approved!

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to deny an appeal and certify CityPlace’s Environmental Impact Report (EIR). The one concession, a parking tax of 20 cents per car to pay for traffic safety improvements around the project. Read More »

The Appellants And Text Behind The Appeal Of CityPlace’s Approval

The Appellants And Text Behind The Appeal Of CityPlace’s Approval

As we reported earlier this week, the Planning Commission’s vote to certify the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) and allow the development of 935-965 Market Street to move forward and become “CityPlace” was appealed and is currently scheduled to be reviewed by the Board of Supervisors on September 7. The named appellants are Liveable City, Walk Read More »

CityPlace (935-965 Market) APPROVED By The Planning Commission

CityPlace (935-965 Market) APPROVED By The Planning Commission

As a plugged-in reader reports, the CityPlace development at 935-965 Market has been approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission, and with, rather than without, parking. CityPlace could start serving shoppers in San Francisco as soon as 2012. The impact on that stretch of Market and the neighborhood overall? Even sooner we would say. Read More »

CityPlace Seeks A Green Light To Get Moving On Market (935-965)

CityPlace Seeks A Green Light To Get Moving On Market (935-965)

The proposed development of CityPlace at 935-965 Market is back in front of San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon for EIR certification with a preliminary Planning recommendation to certify (we’ve got our fingers crossed). The proposed project would demolish the three two-to five-story buildings on the 1.06-acre project site and redevelop the site with one Read More »

Livable City’s CityPlace Opposition: Parking (And Design)

Livable City’s CityPlace Opposition: Parking (And Design)

“The civic group Livable City has architectural concerns about a modern, five-story glass curtain on a street with historic columned buildings and street-level storefronts. But its main opposition is to the parking garage, which the group says would undo current efforts that have cut cars on Market to make Muni more efficient and Read More »

Details To Augment Designs For “CityPlace” (935-965 Market Street)

Details To Augment Designs For “CityPlace” (935-965 Market Street)

Augmenting the designs we brought you a year ago, the Draft Environmental Impact Report for 935-965 Market Street (a.k.a. “CityPlace“) is now online with all its gory details. The building would be on the south side of Market Street, mid-block between Fifth and Sixth Streets. Stevenson Street forms the southern boundary of the site. The Read More »

The Designs For San Francisco’s “CityPlace” (935-965 Market Street)

The Designs For San Francisco’s “CityPlace” (935-965 Market Street)

From the CityPlace website: Located in the Mid-Market neighborhood between 5th and 6th Streets, this exciting new development will continue the enhancement of San Francisco’s primary retail corridor. The proposed project will stretch from 935-965 Market Street and bring approximately 250,000 square feet of new value-based retail to the neighborhood….If City approvals are secured in Read More »