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Think You Know Bernal?  Now’s the Time to Tell

Think You Know Bernal? Now’s the Time to Tell

Purchased for $1,605,000 in October of 2012 having first sold for $1,375,000 in January of 2011, the contemporary Bernal Heights home at 1755 Alabama Street returned to the market listed for $1,995,000 in mid-2015 and sold for $2,325,000, or roughly $1,107 per square foot, that July, representing annual appreciation... Read More »

In the Red at Blu

In the Red at Blu

Purchased for $1.458 million or roughly $1,185 per square foot in October 2015, the two-bedroom unit #7D at 631 Folsom Street (a.k.a. BLU), which includes a dedicated parking spot, two bathrooms and a den and is the largest two-bedroom floor plan in the building, returned to the market this... Read More »

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Loss

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Loss

Purchased by the founder of Hive Communities for $6.495 million in April of last year, the 5,493-square-foot “Light House” condo at 651 Dolores Street, one of four condos within the converted Second Church of Christ Scientist, returned to the market this past August priced at $6.795 million, as we... Read More »

Best Priced Two-Bedroom in Premier High-Rise Drops Another $93K

Best Priced Two-Bedroom in Premier High-Rise Drops Another $93K

As we originally reported two months ago: Purchased for $1.495 million in September 2015, the 1,418-square-foot Lumina unit #2A at 318 Main Street returned to the market this past June listed for $1.649 million and touting: “Best priced 2bed/2bath home in San Francisco’s premier luxury high rise condo!” While... Read More »

Angling for a Bidding War to Fetch a 2015 Price

Angling for a Bidding War to Fetch a 2015 Price

Listed for $1.17 million, or roughly $768 per square foot, in January 2015, the ClockTower loft unit #C322 at 461 2nd Street quickly sold for an “over asking!” price of $1.45 million, or roughly $951 per square foot, and closed escrow within three weeks of being listed. This past... Read More »

Millennium Condo Drops below 2013 Price but Still $1.1K per Foot

Millennium Condo Drops below 2013 Price but Still $1.1K per Foot

Purchased for $970,000 at the end of 2013, the one-bedroom unit #24D at 301 Mission Street (a.k.a. the tilting Millennium Tower) returned to the market listed for $999,000 this past February. And having been reduced to $925,000 last month, the sale of the 789-square-foot condo has just closed escrow... Read More »

Up and Down in the Inner Mission

Up and Down in the Inner Mission

Purchased for $775,000 in February of 2015, the “amazing” one-bedroom unit #211 at 1875 Mission Street, which is outfitted “high end finishes, hardwood floors, in-unit washer & dryer and 1-car parking space in garage,” has just resold for $832,020. That’s total appreciation of 7.4 percent for the unit... Read More »

Lumina Condos Listed at Losses Reduced Again

Lumina Condos Listed at Losses Reduced Again

Purchased from Lumina’s sales office for $3,149,500 or $2,003 per square foot in June of last year, the 1,572-square-foot, two-bedroom unit #D35A, which is now described as the “highest and largest” two-bedroom with two baths in the development’s tower D, returned to the market listed for $3,449,000 this past... Read More »

Contemporary Mission District Condo Fails to Fetch 2014 Price

Contemporary Mission District Condo Fails to Fetch 2014 Price

Priced at $1.879 million in early 2014, the two-bedroom unit #206 at 3500 19th Street, at the corner of Valencia, sold for an even $1.800 million, or roughly $1,157 per square foot, that March. Having returned to the market this past June priced at $1.849 million, a sale at... Read More »

Russian Hill Two-Bedroom Returns Listed below Its 2015 Price

Russian Hill Two-Bedroom Returns Listed below Its 2015 Price

The Bellaire Tower is a classic Russian Hill building at 1101 Green Street atop of which former Mayor Gavin Newsom once lived. Seventeen floors below the two-bedroom penthouse, the 1,003-square-foot unit #303 was originally built as a one-bedroom but later converted into a two (notice the enclosed archway between... Read More »