Steph and Ayesha Curry Cut the Price for Their East Bay Home

Steph and Ayesha Curry Cut the Price for Their East Bay Home

The 7,520-square-foot Walnut Creek pad at 620 Sugarloaf Court, which Steph and Ayesha Curry purchased for $3.2 million in November 2015, returned to the market last year listed for $3.7 million. While asking price for the pad was $500,000 more than the duo paid, keep in mind that upwards... Read More »

Zestimated at $8.1 Million Last Year, sold for $4.55 Million Last Week

Zestimated at $8.1 Million Last Year, sold for $4.55 Million Last Week

With a “Zestimate” of $8.1 million, the “rare and extraordinary…Telegraph Terrace Penthouse” unit #20 at 175 Francisco Street hit the market priced at $7.5 million in June of last year. Reduced to $6.5 million in September and then to $6.0 million the following month, the Telegraph Hill condo was... Read More »

Plans to Gentrify Jingletown

Plans to Gentrify Jingletown

Plans to redevelop the old An-Fo Manufacturing Co building at 3129 Elmwood Avenue, on the edge of Oakland’s Jingletown, near the Fruitvale BART Station, have been approved. As envisioned, a conversion of – and addition to – the existing structure would yield a 30-unit residential development, with 9 studios,... Read More »

Postmodern on the Peninsula for $15 Million

Postmodern on the Peninsula for $15 Million

Built for David Kelley, the founder of IDEO and Stanford Design School, and designed by the late Italian architect, Ettore Sottsass, founder of Sottsass Associati, the postmodern home at 1250 Canada Road is hidden behind the five-acre estate’s traditional equestrian center in Woodside. The home, which is on the... Read More »

Expansion of San Francisco’s Ferry Terminal About to Get Underway

Expansion of San Francisco’s Ferry Terminal About to Get Underway

With Sinbad’s having been razed to make room for the San Francisco’s Ferry Terminal Expansion project, which includes the construction of two new berthing facilities (Gates F and G) and a new Bayside promenade with covered passenger queuing areas on the south side of the Ferry Building, the groundbreaking... Read More »

Employment in San Francisco Dropped in Q1

Employment in San Francisco Dropped in Q1

With the number of people living in San Francisco with a job pegged at 543,900 last month, a nominal 200 higher than the month before, employment in the city has dropped by 3,300 in the first quarter of the year versus gaining 6,900 in the first quarter of 2016,... Read More »

Plans to Build Higher on Harrison

Plans to Build Higher on Harrison

Plans to raze the two-story Fast Signs Building on the northwest corner of Harrison and Hawthorne Streets are in the works. And as proposed, a 14-story building, with 118 residential units over a garage for 26 cars, will rise up to 130 feet in height upon the 650 Harrison... Read More »

Pace of Existing Home Sales Hits a Ten-Year High in the U.S.

Having slipped 3.7 percent in February, the pace of existing-home sales in the U.S. ticked up 4.4 percent in March to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.71 million transactions, the highest pace since the 5.79 million sale pace recorded in February 2007 and 5.9 percent above the pace... Read More »

Initiative to Establish a Good Neighbor Commission in San Francisco

Initiative to Establish a Good Neighbor Commission in San Francisco

The paperwork for a proposed ballot measure to establish a “Good Neighbor Commission” has been submitted to San Francisco’s Department of Elections. As envisioned, San Francisco’s existing seven-member Entertainment Commission would be renamed the “San Francisco Entertainment and Good Neighbor Commission;” an additional four commissioners would be added; and... Read More »

New S.F. Condo Sales Slipped in March but Jumped Year-Over-Year

While the number of purchase contracts signed for new condominiums in San Francisco slipped 4 percent from February to March, the sales volume in March (91) was more than twice the volume at the same time last year (39) but with a number of new sales offices having opened... Read More »