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Best One-Bedroom at The Brannan Effectively Fetches Its 2016 Price

Best One-Bedroom at The Brannan Effectively Fetches Its 2016 Price

Purchased for $1.16 million in March of 2016, “the BEST one bedroom unit at the Brannan with panoramic breathtaking views of the City, Twin Peaks & Bay Bridge along with floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors” returned to the market this past January with a new Wolf... Read More »

Landmark Victorian and Buildable Lot Fetch $7.0 Million

Landmark Victorian and Buildable Lot Fetch $7.0 Million

Having hit the market priced at $6.95 million last month, the nearly 9,000-square foot Queen Anne Victorian on the northwest corner of Franklin and California, which sits on the southern half of a 10,654-square-foot Pacific Heights parcel, has just sold with a $7.0 million contract price. As we first... Read More »

Remodeled Lion Pub Building Back on the Market for $2.6M More

Remodeled Lion Pub Building Back on the Market for $2.6M More

Purchased for $3.4 million in the first quarter of last year, the former Lion Pub building on the southeast corner of Divisadero and Sacramento has been completely remodeled, with high-end appliances and finishes across its top two floors – which are now configured as a single four-bedroom unit versus... Read More »

Conversion of Mid-Market Retail Space Calendared for Next Month

Conversion of Mid-Market Retail Space Calendared for Next Month

Completed a year ago next month and dubbed “6×6 San Francisco” by the marketing team, the new 350,000-square-foot retail center at 945 Market Street has sat empty ever since, not including the center’s 173-car garage which is operational. Arguing that the marketing team’s inability to secure any retail tenants... Read More »

Major Price Cut for a Former Consulate in San Francisco

Major Price Cut for a Former Consulate in San Francisco

Designed by Bliss & Faville and built following the Great Quake of 1906, the nearly 14,000-square-foot Pacific Heights mansion at 3001 Pacific Avenue was purchased by the Egyptian government in 1960 and served as its Consulate up until around 2010 when it was last renovated and reinforced. And having... Read More »

More Tourists, Fewer Residents as Proposed

More Tourists, Fewer Residents as Proposed

Built in 1913 and opened as the Keystone Hotel, roughly half (81) of the 168 hotel rooms at 54 Fourth Street, which is now ‘The Mosser,’ were subsequently reclassified and rented as residential units without kitchens (i.e., SRO units) which average 142 square feet in size, thirteen (13) of... Read More »

Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

In the works for over a decade, the official development agreement and approvals necessary for the San Francisco Giants to move forward with their massive (yes, massive) redevelopment of A&T Park’s Parking Lot A into “Mission Rock,” the plans for which include over 1.4 million square feet of office,... Read More »

Plans to Underground the San Francisco Tennis Club Revealed

Plans to Underground the San Francisco Tennis Club Revealed

The plans for a massive redevelopment of the San Francisco Tennis Club site at 645 5th Street are moving forward and have been redesigned and newly rendered below by IwamotoScott and Studios Architecture. As now formally proposed, the 88 Bluxome Street project would yield 833,000 square feet of office... Read More »

Budget for Litigating Sinking Tower Lawsuits Increased

As we first reported last week, plans to permanently right the sinking Millennium Tower are about to be tested and should be completed by the end of July. At the same time, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) has just increased their legal budget related to the litigation of... Read More »

Developer Pays $65 Million for the Armory in SF

Developer Pays $65 Million for the Armory in SF

A developer with ties to the Soho House chain of private clubs and hotels has paid a reported $65 million for the landmark San Francisco Armory at 1800 Mission Street in the Mission which had been home to Kink.com. Peter Acworth, the founder of Kink, purchased the century-old armory... Read More »