During the last two years, Divisadero Street in the NOPA neighborhood has become one of the fastest growing retail corridors in San Francisco. This dynamic street is currently home to over 20 restaurants & cafes, 7 bars, and more than 30 boutique shops with more on the way. Below is a quick review of the latest developments.
Two retail spaces at 295 Divisadero Street and 1001 Page Street are available for lease. Both spaces are offered exclusively for lease by Downing & Company Real Estate. More information on these spaces is available here and here.
Update: Both spaces leased during July 2017
301 Divisadero Street will soon be home to Sightglass Coffee. This will be their 4th location in San Francisco. The other shops are located in SOMA, the Mission District, and in the SFMOMA building. They also operate a kiosk at the Farmers Market in the Ferry Building.
505 Divisadero Street will soon be home to Harputs, a San Francisco-based apparel company. Their shop is currently under construction. The previous tenant was San Franpsycho.
Korean restaurant, Namu Stonepot, is currently under construction at 553 Divisadero Street (former home to Jay’s Cheesesteak). Upon completion this will be the owner’s 2nd location. Their other restaurant, Namu Gaji, is located at 18th & Dolores Street in the Mission District.
Rare Device at 600 Divisadero Street just renewed its lease. Downing & Company helped them lease this shop 5 years ago and assisted them with the lease renewal. Rare Device sells a carefully-curated mix of children’s clothing, jewelry, home decor, and housewares (often locally produced, handmade creations). They also host monthly pop-ups for local artists.
607 Divisadero Street will soon be home to mediterranean restaurant Zaytoon. This is Zaytoon’s 2nd location. Their other restaurant is at 1136 Valencia Street in the Mission District.
Re-development of the Harding Theater at 616 Divisadero Street is underway. It will soon be home to Emporium SF, a live-music venue, bar, and arcade. It’s slated to open in Spring 2017. The developers are Danny and Doug Marks, two brothers from Chicago. Upon completion, this will be their 3rd Emporium. The other two are located in Chicago.
838 Divisadero Street will soon be home to Che Fico (an Italian restaurant), Theorita (a diner/pie shop), and Boba Guys (a tea shop). Construction has commenced with an anticipated opening in Spring 2017.