Developed by Chris Foley and the team behind the Market, Market Square Food Hall is the latest in a series of high quality projects in the heart of the city. This 14,000 sq ft restaurant and performing arts venue will feature 12-15 food concepts on the ground floor of a stunning 1937 Art Deco icon. Located at 1355 Market Street, Market Square Food hall is an effort to highlight and support the best up-and-coming chefs and restaurateurs in the Bay Area.
Our team has cooked in world-class kitchens at places like Seattle's Pike Place Market, Bread and Ink (James Beard Award winner), and Place Pigalle (Two Michelin stars), and has brokered over $400 million of development projects for clients in the San Francisco area.
Incubating the next big thing
Grow your business without the risk, delays, and hassle of a brick-and-mortar location.
A community of creators
We are bringing together top Bay Area chefs, restaurateurs, and arts organizations to build Market Square into a premier food and cultural destination for San Francisco.
It’s on us
We handle security, janitorial, trash, permitting, utilities, parking, marketing, and events, giving you more time to focus on your craft.
Lower upfront costs and risk than anywhere else in San Francisco. We make money when you make money, so we’re as invested in your success as you are.
Meet William Hazzard, our Executive Chef. He grew up bussing tables in his grandfather's St. Louis restaurant, then went on to cook in kitchens including Seattle's Pike Place Market, Bread and Ink, and Place Pigalle (Two Michelin stars).
The Heart of the City: 1355 Market Street
Now Accepting Applications
We are actively looking for additional food, beverage, and retail tenants that are interested in partnering with us and having a presence in the space.
5,000 people visit the Market each day, an additional 100,000 walk by our doors daily. 94 Walk Score, 97 Bike Score, 100 Transit Score
$1 billion+ in office and residential development within the past three years, 8,000 residential units planned, under construction, or recently finished in Mid-Market
Limited Food Options
8,000 tech workers on site, 36,000 jobs within half a mile, 50,000 people live within half a mile, yet the community lacks food options.