Think You Know Noe? Now’s The Time To Tell

Purchased for $1,560,000 eight months ago, the single-family Noe Valley home at 152 Clipper Street has just returned to the market listed for $1,549,000. While short-term holds make it difficult to recoup hefty transaction costs, they do provide a nice measure of the market, apples-to-apples style (albeit in this... Read More »

Resolving To Suspend Foreclosure Activities In San Francisco

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Land Use and Economic Development Committee next week, a resolution “urging City and County officials and departments to protect homeowners from unlawful foreclosures; and urging City contractors and all mortgage and banking institutions, especially San Francisco-based Wells Fargo, to suspend foreclosure activities and... Read More »

14 Stories At 1415 Mission Street Back In Play

14 Stories At 1415 Mission Street Back In Play

As plugged-in people know, the site at 1415 Mission at the corner of 10th has been entitled for a 14-story building, the design for which Heller Manus Architects rendered. While sidelined by R&K Investments for the past two years, according to the Business Times, Martin Building Co. is in... Read More »

Is It The End Of A San Francisco Listing’s Era And Poem?

Is It The End Of A San Francisco Listing’s Era And Poem?

It would appear as though 830 El Camino Del Mar quietly sold for $9,990,000 last month with a listing that was “withdrawn” a week its before closing and unreported on the MLS. As plugged-in people know, the Sea Cliff home had been listed and withdrawn seventeen times without selling... Read More »

Buyer (And DBI) Beware

Having sold for $675,000 a year ago, and with a permit to simply remodel the kitchen and bathrooms in-kind pulled since, the single-family home at 33 Fountain was gutted instead. And while there might be plans to expand and double to size of the home, and it’s listed on... Read More »

CPMC And The City Reach Agreement For Cathedral Hill Hospital Plan

CPMC And The City Reach Agreement For Cathedral Hill Hospital Plan

With Mayor Ed Lee asking for $108 million to approve California Pacific Medical Center’s comprehensive plans, including a new medical center at Van Ness and Geary on Cathedral Hill and to rebuild St. Luke’s in the Mission, according to a statement from California Pacific CEO Warren Browner, CPMC has... Read More »

Amended America’s Cup Host Agreement Approved

Amended America’s Cup Host Agreement Approved

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a scaled-down development and host agreement for the 34th America’s Cup in San Francisco with warm-up races, the World Series, scheduled to begin next month in Italy and hit San Francisco on August 21. While Piers 30-32 are back to being pit... Read More »

The One Rincon Hill Tower Two Timing, Design And Details Scoop

The One Rincon Hill Tower Two Timing, Design And Details Scoop

A plugged-in tipster over at One Rincon Hill delivers the design, timing and detailed scoop with respect to the second tower and One Rincon Hill Phase II: Construction is anticipated to start approximately June 1, 2012 and be completed in an estimated 26 months. The building design, unit size... Read More »

Think Apples-To-Apples-To-Apples

Think Apples-To-Apples-To-Apples

Having been purchased for $2,650,000 in October 2010, 2739 Larkin Street resold for $2,725,000 five months later. Returned to the market this past September listed for $2,895,000 touting “sweeping views of the GG Bridge & bay – think America’s cup!,” the music for the make whole game of musical... Read More »

Where’s Waldo The Couch?

Where’s Waldo The Couch?

With the two-bedroom 301 Main Street #14D currently rented for $4,800 per month, we don’t know if it’s the $4,950 per month asking rent for a furnished one-bedroom at the Infinity, or the furnishings themselves, that elicited the “OMG” comment from a reader. ∙ To The Infinity And Beyond... Read More »