It looks like the market trend on Market Street is continuing with another. This one is called THE MYRIAD and will be located in the Castro. Scoop notes that the partners on the project, Jordan Langer, Pete Glikshtern, and Jeff Whitmore, are working with Forest City, the building’s developer (they also operate Pier 70). The aim is to provide more than “a glorified food hall,” Langer says, which in this case means more of a small business incubator.
Hoodline nabbed some more details on what will fill out the space, and notes that there are already two businesses to anchor it. The first is a butcher shop called Gambrel & Co., which is owned by Langer and already has a location in Redwood City. They are also opening a bar called Mrs. Jones, a partner of Tenderloin bar Jones (also owned by Langer, Glikshtern, and Whitmore), which will offer cocktails made with items available at Myriad. Drink recipes will be printed on cards, if you want to purchase the ingredients to mix on your own at home.
There are 10-15 more spaces still available for other small businesses, ranging from 40-400 square feet. Rents will be $1,000-$2,400 per month, and applications are due May 1st. Tenants will be selected by June 1st. The spaces are entirely modular, which will allow businesses to expand their real estate as they grow too. 2175 Market St. at 15th St.
2175 Market Street, the home of Myriad. MLS photo from Redfin.