Someone can pour out a lot of dough to buy it The Lucca Ravioli building on the Valencia Street Corridor, and the Deli, Pasta and Cheese business founded in 1925 will only be around for a few months.
SocketSite reported on Tuesday morning ] that Lucca "should now be closed from Easter 2019". SF Weekly has confirmed that the news is true, even though a staff member told us by phone that the store is "after Easter" and "until April."
This is really a story of three different packages, and what may be a radical redesign of the corners of Valencia and 22nd Street, where by Boogaloo and the City College are home of San Francisco – Mission Center . The parking lot, located two doors further down Valencia Street 1120, was sold in October. Mission Local recently reported that the new owner plans to build a "five-story 18-unit building" that would be the highest in the block.
The future is less clear for the Lucca Ravioli building and the adjoining three-story apartment complex, SocketSite says, both packages are "just before, a To come to the market. "The Feno family, owned by Lucca Ravioli, also owns both buildings and they sold the adjoining parking lot.
It's too early to speculate Three plots could eventually be combined to form a massive residential complex. In all likelihood, it will simply become another bland building, similar to the fate of the old Sugoi Sushi / Spork / KFC building one block north at 1058 Valencia. Two of the properties are not even technically to sell, while the parking lot package has much bureaucracy of the town hall before five-story apartment dreams can come true.
However, it is a pretty fair bet that apartments will be built in these properties as soon as all acts change hands. After all, this pasta store sits angularly on a real estate corridor.