San Francisco’s Airport Commission has commenced the Request for Proposals (RFP) process for the Harvey Milk Terminal 1 food and beverage concession leases in Phases 3 and 4 at San Francisco International Airport (SFO).
The RFPs are for several new food and beverage opportunities, including a gourmet grab & go market lease, a food hall and pop-up food program lease, a sit-down restaurant and bar lease, and two small business enterprise set-asides for a coffee lease and a Japanese/poke lease.
The minimum annual guarantees (MAG) for the new concessions range from $275,000.00 to $1,685,000.00 and all leases shall have a term of twelve years, with one 2-year option to extend at the Airport Commission’s discretion.
The informational session on the new concession opportunities will held October 3 at the SFO Aviation Museum and Library and the commission is encouraging small, local and disadvantaged businesses to participate.
SFO’s Harvey Milk Terminal 1 won’t be fully completed until 2022, but parts of the infrastructure overhaul opened earlier this year.