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A Troublesome Trend?

A Troublesome Trend?

Four units in 255 Berry are currently on the market. That’s not a lot considering the number of units in the building (100), and not too surprising considering the building recently passed the magical two-year mark (think tax free gains). But then again, perhaps Le Blog Exuberance is on... Read More »

Watermark Signs Of Weakness?

Watermark Signs Of Weakness?

Despite strong initial sales, the Watermark (501 Beale) appears to be showing subtle signs of weakness. According to ZipRealty, the list price for Watermark unit #14D was reduced $10,000 to $975,000 and unit #20M is currently listed for $1,725,000 ($5,000 below the advertised price range of $1.730M to $1.9M... Read More »

188 King Street: An Update

188 King Street: An Update

Seven weeks ago we alerted our readers to the opening of 188 King Street and provided a complete rundown of “Phase I” pricing (16 units). At the time, 3 units were already being advertised as “pending,” and only two units were listed on the MLS. Today, 9 units are... Read More »

The Infinity Sales Center: SocketSite’s Inside Scoop

The Infinity Sales Center: SocketSite’s Inside Scoop

While the sales center for The Infinity opened last week, no units have been offered for sale. In fact, the first release of units isn’t scheduled to occur for another couple of weeks. That being said, the sales center is accepting pre-qualification letters from one of The Infinity’s preferred... Read More »

One Building, Four Listings, Four Different Answers

One Building, Four Listings, Four Different Answers

It’s always interesting to compare the listings in a building. Take 1201 California for example. There are currently four coop’s for sale in the building ranging in price from $1,195,000 to $1,995,000; the units have been on the market from twenty days to six months; and at least two... Read More »

One Rincon Hill: 301 Deposits

One week, three hundred and one deposits, 80% sold. Will the South Tower of One Rincon Hill be “sold out” by the end of the second week? Are the developers kicking themselves for not pricing it higher? And what’s going to happen in 18-24 months when it comes time... Read More »

First Impressions: One Rincon Hill Sales Center

First Impressions: One Rincon Hill Sales Center

Well, we finally made it over to the multi-million dollar One Rincon Hill Sales Center (511 Harrison) last night for the “Select One” (i.e., not quite VIP) “Preview Event.” It lived up to all the hype. And all of a sudden, the sales center at The Palms (amongst others)... Read More »

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 »