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301 Bryant Update

In April we profiled 301 Bryant, pointed out three units that were for sale, and provided an answer to the trivia question of why only a quarter of the 39 units in the building have gas ranges. And as Curbed notes yesterday, the same three units are still on... Read More »

One Rincon Hill (425 First)

One Rincon Hill (425 First)

We’ve been talking about One Rincon Hill for months: the design, size, sales center, and opening bash. The basic overview: ∙ Two towers: South tower – 55 stories, 550 feet, and 376 condos; North tower – 45 stories, 465 feet, and 319 condos (plus 14 townhouses at the base... Read More »

Symphony Towers (750 Van Ness Avenue)

Symphony Towers (750 Van Ness Avenue)

In 2002 Lakeview Ventures received approval to build an “affordable housing project” of 141 apartments at 724 Van Ness (actually two towers, a 14-story tower on Van Ness and a 7-story tower on Turk). Two years later, the project was sold to condo developer West Bay Builders. And today,... Read More »

235 Berry Street Sales Release (6/11/06)

235 Berry Street Sales Release (6/11/06)

Another six of the 99 units at 235 Berry Street hit the market this Sunday (6/11/06), and if you want one you might want to arrive “promptly at 10:00 am . . . with a copy of your pre-qualification letter and evidence of source of funds for the balance... Read More »

The “Shore|Line” (41 Federal)

The “Shore|Line” (41 Federal)

Thanks to a reader’s comment, we finally have a little background on the Shoreline (or rather “Shore|Line”) to share. It’s a modern development of nine units ranging in size from about 900 to 1600 square feet, and with prices ranging “from the mid $800’s to under $1.4 million.” A... Read More »

They’re Back!

They’re Back!

As we expected, at least 7 of the listings in the 776 Tehama/1277 Howard development are back on the MLS with…wait for it…new pictures, new MLS numbers, and new prices. So while it might appear like the units have only been on the market for a week, they’ve actually... Read More »

The “Signature Cocktail” Of One Rincon Hill

What do oysters, caviar, duck, crab, live jazz, and valet parking all have in common? They’re all part of One Rincon Hill’s “Preview Event” next Thursday. And if that’s not enough, let’s not forget the debut of “One Rincon’s Signature Cocktail, the ‘One Gincon’” (if only we, or they,... Read More »

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

THE LANSING has opened the doors to its 82 units at 50 Lansing Street (off First) and is stressing “IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.” Developed by Lambert Development (of The Brannan fame), and touting a whole host of other contributors (including SB Architects, BaMo design, and lighting consultants Auerbach Glasow), the building... Read More »

The Italian Riviera By The Bay

The Italian Riviera By The Bay

Four blocks from Jack London Square in Oakland, the 100-unit Aqua Via (125 Second Street) seems to be upping the amenity ante for luxury rental properties with its private 29’ Back Cove water taxi (at the beck and call of residents) and a lighted bocce ball court. If you... Read More »

Rincon Towers Going Condo

Not so much a rumor as a confirmation – it appears that the Rincon Towers apartment building at 88 Howard has finally been sold (but to Beacon Capital out of Boston and not Crescent Heights out of Miami) and is going condo. And although the 320 unit building is... Read More »