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767 Bryant: The Apartments Condominiums

767 Bryant: The Apartments Condominiums

767 Bryant is a 20 unit building on Bryant near 6th which was apparently converted from apartment use to condominiums. The first “phase” of eight units hit the market this week with units ranging in size from about 900 to 3,500 sq.ft., and prices ranging from $676,920 to $1,850,000.... Read More »

Price Reductions At 188 King

Price Reductions At 188 King

If you’ve been plugged-in to SocketSite over the past couple of months this shouldn’t come as any big surprise (if not, well…): As of today, 188 King Street has officially dropped the prices on at least four units by $100,000 (or up to 12%) and removed a number of... Read More »

Cashing Out At 200 Townsend?

Cashing Out At 200 Townsend?

Five units in 200 Townsend hit the market on Tuesday (two of which are already pending). All the same broker, all the same agent, all the same pictures, and most making reference to their “first time on the market!” Perhaps the developer (or an investor) has decided it’s not... Read More »

Square Feet Subterfuge

Okay, so we’ve had a chance to review (i.e., read) the legal filing related to the Beacon class action suit, and here’s our take on the whole “misrepresentation of unit size” issue: it’s subterfuge. Or more accurately, it’s simply an attempt to claim “fraudulent inducement” in order to void... Read More »

The Beacon Twenty-Two (And Their Dirty Laundry)

The Beacon Twenty-Two (And Their Dirty Laundry)

We haven’t had a chance to review the full legal complaint for the class action suit concerning the Beacon (pdf available over at SFCondo), but here’s what we know: 1. Depending upon your perspective, there are either twenty-two heroes/heroines or goats (i.e., the plaintiffs) 2. According to Damion, many... Read More »

A Big Bad Lawsuit At The Beacon

Despite all the footnotes, disclaimers, and “approximates,” perhaps it was just a matter of time (from the Chronicle): The builders, owners, operators and homeowners association of a luxury condominium complex across from AT&T Park have been sued for allegedly misrepresenting the size of the units in two buildings and... Read More »

The Scoop On The Shoreline (41 Federal)

The Scoop On The Shoreline (41 Federal)

A tipster toured the Shoreline last weekend and is kind enough to share his notes: Apparently 5 of the 9 units are sold, leaving a 2-bedroom ($1.3m) and 3 1-bedrooms ($850K-$970K). Scheduled completion is late September. Many of the design decisions were very refreshing given all the large, cookie-cutter... Read More »

Still No Pictures Of Gore

Still No Pictures Of Gore

Two weeks ago another condo in the St. Regis hit the market. And while 188 Minna Street #23F was originally priced $155,000 above #24F (which we featured four months ago), yesterday the price was reduced $100,000. Perhaps they need to add a picture of that Lamborghini. (And no, the... Read More »

Ch-ch-ch-ch-Changes

Let’s see, a “favored nabe yet to come” (re: the Rincon Hill area), “big bucks” (re: prices), and a “moat of congestion” (re: traffic). It sounds like John King has been “plugging in” to a few of the comments on SocketSite. And while we’re surprised that he finds it... Read More »

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

We really weren’t kidding about our love for 355 Bryant. It’s one of the true loft conversion buildings in San Francisco, and for the most part, it’s beautifully done. Granted, it’s not the right building for everyone, but if you like New York style lofts with open floor plans,... Read More »