On the second floor, with the big windows?
dibs. no swoops.
That building is begging to be renovated and brought back to life.
I agree. And it’s been doing so for the last 11 years at least. I’d love to see something fun go in there.
I’m surprised no one from the pc/anti-gentrification-to-the-max brigade hasn’t called you on your bougie suggestion. A restaurant? In the Mission???
That said, the second-story, or any other story other than street level is notoriously difficult for restaurants. You’d be amazed at the visual importance of seeing occupied tables in the front window. Looking up from the sidewalk at patron’s feet just doesn’t cut it in terms of visual marketing.
He never said it had to be some overpriced yuppie thing. He may have meant it would be an excellent location for Hong Kong Express II.
The issue of disabled access is actually way more of a problem.
I am with the Doktor on this.
well, it’s just a dream….
the entire procedure to get one in though would be a hell of a nightmare (change of use, dp, abc, etc,….)
Can’t that sign at least be made less toxic more artful and aesthetic… I mean if some of the talented folks could suggest a makeover… wow that be so amazing
hope ya’ll voted for James Keys…
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