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Russian Hill Two-Bedroom Quietly Fetches $11 Million Price

Russian Hill Two-Bedroom Quietly Fetches $11 Million Price

Purchased as a three-bedroom for $4.98 million in 2012, the full-floor cooperative unit #3 at 945 Green Street, high atop Russian Hill, was rebuilt as a two-bedroom, returned to the market listed for $9.95 million in 2015 (“showcasing complementary elements of gracious scale & simplicity”), and sold for $9.4... Read More »

Price Cut for Another Former Armory in San Francisco

Price Cut for Another Former Armory in San Francisco

Built to serve as an armory for the National Guard around 1906, and on the market for $9.9 million early last year, the asking price for the three-story parking garage at 819 Ellis Street is now down to an even $8 million. While since shuttered, the third floor of... Read More »

Bonus Plans to Level and Redevelop This Historical Resource Site

Bonus Plans to Level and Redevelop This Historical Resource Site

As we first reported eight months ago: “The two-story concrete building at 220 9th Street, which is home to Desmoto Sport, Hop.in and a number of other businesses in the portion of the building which fronts Dore Street (such as Guitronics amplifier repair) was built in 1924 for the... Read More »

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Larger Loss and Plying Crypto

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Larger Loss and Plying Crypto

As we reported this past October: 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... Read More »

Floating Fire Station (Even) Closer to Reality on San Francisco’s Bay

Floating Fire Station (Even) Closer to Reality on San Francisco’s Bay

Having ditched the previously proposed smooth aluminum exterior panels and terracotta screens, “that lacked precedent within the historic district,” and adopted a corrugated metal finish with aluminum airfoil louvers at either end, the refined plans for a floating expansion of San Francisco’s historic Fire Station 35 at Pier 22... Read More »

Another “V20” Penthouse Takes a Big Hit in the Mission

Another “V20” Penthouse Takes a Big Hit in the Mission

Purchased for $2.595 million ($1,411 per square foot) in mid-2015, the two-level penthouse unit #505 at 3590 20th and Valencia (a.k.a. the “V20” building) returned to the market listed as “the ultimate luxury living in the best part of the Mission” for $2.349 million ($1,277 per square foot) this... Read More »

The Master Plans for CCA’s Big Expansion Have Been Drafted

The Master Plans for CCA’s Big Expansion Have Been Drafted

In addition to the revised plans for 520 beds of student housing to rise up to five stories in height on its 188 Hooper Street site at the intersection of Hooper, Eighth, Carolina and Channel, the California College of the Arts is planning to construct a new 96,000-square-foot academic... Read More »

Luxury Two-Bedroom with Views Fetches $424K Under 2015 Price

Luxury Two-Bedroom with Views Fetches $424K Under 2015 Price

Purchased for $2.199 million in December of 2015, establishing a building and neighborhood comp at roughly $1,662 per square foot, the two-bedroom condo #28F in the first Infinity tower at 301 Main Street returned to the market listed for $1.999 million this past January and was briefly in contract... Read More »

Conversion of Historic Convalescent Home Closer to Reality

Conversion of Historic Convalescent Home Closer to Reality

With the owner having retired and the former convalescent home having been shuttered, plans to convert the historic three-story building at 331 Pennsylvania Avenue, which was designed by Frederick H. Meyer, constructed by the Bethlehem Steel Company in 1916, and first served as the Union Iron Works Hospital, into... Read More »

Pac Heights Apartment Quietly on the Market for $25 Million

Pac Heights Apartment Quietly on the Market for $25 Million

While it hasn’t officially been listed for sale, unit #2 in the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street is now quietly on the market with a $25 million price tag. In addition to the building’s entire second floor, the roughly 7,800-square-foot cooperative unit, which is currently configured... Read More »