Achieving sustainable development for managers and urban planning requires a systemic attitude to various urban issues and phenomena and a comprehensive urban development cannot be obtained with a single-dimensional perspective. Hence, in implementing various urban projects, it is necessary to examine the interactions of these projects with the surrounding environment and to assess their impact on the economic, social and environmental situations. Over the years, many renovation projects have been carried out in Iran; results were mainly the insecurity and expansion of environmental contaminants due to demolition, while changing the urban timeworn textures into a mixed project, especially the type of modern market, can be considered as a tourist attraction in a region. The type of present study is descriptive-analytic, which was done through documentary studies and questionnaire. The area of the project was the immediate area of the project and the perimeter area and the stakeholder survey was conducted using cluster-class sampling. Results of this study indicated the prevalence of diseases caused by severe environmental pollution and dust, the increase of sound, visual and environmental pollution during the implementation of the project.