June 17, 2010

For Lease: Twin Peaks Properties


Harry J. Aleo's colorful Twin Peaks Property office at 4072 24th Street (between Castro and Noe) is for lease by Gordon Property Management. The office is closed and we overheard someone out front saying "it'll probably become a women's clothes store or a chocolate shop, the way things are going around here." In the meantime, some of the President Reagan and period memorabilia is starting to disappear from the window; unclear what the lease means for the proposed Harry Aleo museum.

27 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I much prefer title companies and realtors to all those pesky chocolate shops.

Anonymous said...

Yes, realtors are really useful and convenient for people who already live in the neighborhood.

Anonymous said...

Another nail salon would be ideal too.

Anonymous said...

a Hooters would be great.

Anonymous said...

I'm thinkin' a Scotch Tape store.

Anonymous said...

how bout a croc's store?

Anonymous said...

Or another "gym" for mommies.

Anonymous said...

Fabrics and crafts! Who wants in?

Anonymous said...

How bout this? A cool, hipster shop to buy parts for your parklet, and nice plastic furniture to place in your plaza?

Maybe a condom shop?

Anonymous said...

Plazas aren't for hipsters. They're for loonie liberals.

Joel Panzer, who is fighting the plaza trial, is the same person who wants to build a Harry Aleo museum for permanent display of George W. Bush memorabilia. You connect the dots.

Anonymous said...

How about a nice 7-11 like the one they are trying to build at 30th and Mission?

http://sf-planning.org/ftp/files/Commission/CPCPackets/2009.1049C.pdf

Anonymous said...

i vote for a tat parlor. we'll prolly get a gymboree for the rugrats, though.

Anonymous said...

maybe a stroller repair shop?

store for dog poop cleanup kits?

how bout a nice little neighborhood gay bar?

Anonymous said...

Bring back the palm reader!

Anonymous said...

i vote for a 7-Eleven or jack in the box

Anonymous said...

How about the High Bridge Arms guns & ammo store? They're trying to re-open on Mission...much safer in Noe.

Anonymous said...

Pot club. Definitely pot club.

Sour diesel in downtown Noe?!

To die for...

Anonymous said...

Pride Plus Laundromat; or a $.99 Store.

Anonymous said...

Love the pot club idea..Then we can sit in the suburban plaza in the middle of the f***ing street and get high.

Godot said...

If not a pot club (love THAT idea!) then level the place and put up a parking lot. Good riddance already.

Anonymous said...

Enough sarcasm! What WOULD you want to go in that space?

Anonymous said...

I don't see any sarcasm at all. Lots of great ideas.

What would you want there?

You need to get a sense of humor.

Anonymous said...

Detesting sarcasm myself - indeed finding it disgraceful most times - I think Anonymous above was simply trying to suggest that an indoor community pot garden would fit better with the neighborhood than a simple pot club would.

We all owe him or her a debt of gratitude for pointing out that in order for Noesterdam to rise to the international prominence it deserves, a progressive minded approach is needed to break through all the "green noise" around us.

Thanks, oh wise Anonymous one!

Now, back to naming strains for the Valley to rejoice in...

1. Harry's Love Buds
2. Aleo Afghan
3. Twin Peaks Purple
4. ???

Anonymous said...

Interestingly enough I was on the Lululemon site and in their careers section they have a listing for a Noe Valely store - maybe that's what is going in there? As a bona fide Noe Valley lady who loves her Lulu, I would be stoked as hell.

Anonymous said...

I'm hoping for a woman's chocolate stroller flower and world pottery import shop.
Or maybe something for the guys and dads out there like a digicam, guitar and laser gizmo shop.

Anonymouse said...

They should have a medical marijuana dispensary, and call it Lids for Looney Valley

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