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Carpenter is developing a restaurant row on the 400 block of San Francisco Street, just south of Butler Avenue. The block’s anchor tenant (at 409 San Francisco Street) is The Mayor, the fifth restaurant of the Plated Projects dining group, which owns Taverna, Busters, Oakmont, and the Fieldhouse. “We decided to come to South San Francisco after hearing about David’s vision for the block. We are excited about being part of the revitalization that is happening down there,” says Ryan Field, one of the restaurant owners.
Sandwiches, burgers and childhood classics (with a modern, homemade twist) define The Mayor’s menu. A showstopper on the restaurant’s back patio is the shiny 1971 Airstream “Land Yacht” that has been converted into a pop-up bar, which will feature eight beers on tap. The Airstream is a bow to the days when Flagstaff was a stop on fabled Route 66. Other throwbacks include the restaurant décor—striped couches, shag rugs and a skee ball video game—and a playlist that includes classics from Fleetwood Mac, Kiss, Marvin Gaye and T-Rex as well as sitcom theme songs.
“The Mayor contains all the best elements of a tremendous good time in a good friend’s home,” Field explains. The restaurant’s grand opening is in December.
The Leroux project is really moving along. All framing is now complete, roof trusses have been set and sheeting is done. Now, we're moving on to MEP and starting to Tyvek the exterior surface area and prep for siding. All of us here at Hope Construction encourage you to follow our progress and post your comments for the Leroux duplex!
We're all hard at work on the Leroux duplex. First floor framing is now done and the second floor joists are being set. Then we'll repeat the process for the second floor and on up to the third. Also, the concrete has been poured and we're almost ready for the trusses. We encourage you to follow our progress and post your comments!
The Leroux duplex is rising fast. Over the last two weeks the slurry was poured, reinforced foundation was set and the CMU stem wall is now completed. Framing will be started soon. We encourage you to follow our progress as the duplex continues to rise!
We just broke ground on our new project, the Leroux Duplex. Today excavators are removing site obstructions and the building corners are being staked out. We encourage you to follow our progress and share your comments throughout the duration of the project!
Spray foam insulation: In the Clark residence we used advanced framing & filled the wall cavities with cellulose insulation and then used spray foam on the floors over the garage and crawlspace, and in the attic. We lose a lot of heat energy out the floor & roof, and not as much out of the surface of the walls, so spending more on the spray foam in the lids will pay off quickly. Pictures to come of the exterior - it is fully painted, the decks are looking great too! Until next time, Hope Construction.