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Markets & Stores

Golden Gate Fortune Cookie May Close Due To High SF Rent

Melanie Wong | Mar 6, 201903:29 AM     1

Another piece of my childhood memories is threatened.

" . . . Chan doesn’t know how much longer he can keep the doors open. When his mother opened the store in 1962, rent was $900 dollars a month. Three years ago, it was $1,400.

In August 2018, it more than quadrupled to $5,750 dollars a month. . . "

Last Handmade Fortune Cookie Company In U.S. May Close Due To High Sf Rent

The last standing handmade fortune cookie company in the country may have to close its doors due to the ever-increasing San Francisco rent prices.

sanfrancisco.cbslocal.com
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