Though the spotlight generally shines on development-mad Mid-Market, anyone who's strolled along the upper end of Market Street or headed to Hayes Valley recently has probably noticed the hefty amount of construction happening throughout the area. Despite the (relative) lack of attention that this part of the city receives, the number of projects proposed and under construction is downright impressive.
With new proposals streaming in, ground being broken, and buildings topping out, it's sometimes hard to keep track of exactly what's happening in the neighborhood. So we put together a map to paint a clearer picture of the area's development frenzy, featuring 23 projects ranging from fledgling proposals like the Plumber's Union Redevelopment to those well under way, such as 55 Laguna and 400 Grove. Know of any projects that deserve to be part of the map but don't appear? Drop us a line or let us know in the comments.
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