What is considered a highly desirable 2.3 acre parcel at the corner of South Van Ness and Mission streets is expected to hit the market in early 2014. Currently owned by Goodwill Industries (and home to San Francisco's largest Goodwill store), the site is expected to earn between $50-60 million in the red-hot Mid Market 'hood. That's because the parcel is zoned for up to a 320 foot high-rise and 600 residential units. Its proximity to the Central Freeway, Market Street subway and the upcoming Van Ness BRT also contribute to its desirability. Goodwill claims to have outgrown the existing facilities and will "seek alternate site(s) for all of its current Mission Street functions, ideally within the city of San Francisco."
·Van Ness Dedicated Bus Lanes Could Take Years to Implement [Curbed SF]
·Sitting on a gold mine, Goodwill looks to sell large Mid-Market property [SF Business Times]