About half of the tenants in the long-empty ground-floor space of the 18-month-old, flatiron-shaped residential building at 15th and Market are up and running, and The Myriad is, at last, finally open. As Tablehopper tells us, along with the small cocktail bar called Mrs. Jones — which has been open, on and off, for a couple of months, named for "husband" bar Jones, also from owners Jordan Langer, Pete Glikshtern, and Jeff Whitmore — there is a butcher shop on the way, and a skewered-meat stall, Antonik's BBQ.

Also among the opening tenants are coffee shop The Cro Cafe (whose first location is in Oakland's Temescal Alley), which serves Sightglass coffee "from a vintage, propane-powered lever machine"; a juice bar called Raw, which some may know from the Upper Haight's food hall, Second Act; and Homestead Cookies. [Update: Eater clarifies that the only things open in the soft-open phase are Mrs. Jones, Cro Cafe, and Raw.]

Add to that a couple of retail tenants coming soon: Church Street Flowers, and AnB Cell Phone Repair.

The Myriad is divided into twelve stalls or sections, with Mrs. Jones living in its own 20-foot shipping container within the space — Ms. Tablehopper also informs us that the bar will be getting an off-sale license that will permit them to sell bottles of booze and cocktail ingredients to make their creations at home. Three or four more tenants are still TBA, and still to move in are a crepe place called Crêpes S’il Vous Plaît, and Redwood City-based sustainable butcher Gambrel & Co.

And it should be noted that the cocktail list, five to eight drinks long ($14 each), will change weekly, and the guy behind it is talented and popular SRO bartender Joey Picchi. See the current menu here.

There are 45 seats in the space, which means some room for relaxing and eating, but not a ton, though there are a few benches outside too.

The Myriad - 2175 Market Street at 15th and Sanchez - Open at 7 a.m. for coffee, later for other things