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Bayview Opening Up To Microbreweries

Bayview Opening Up To Microbreweries

Citing “an unusually large number of establishments dispensing alcoholic beverages, including beer and wine, for both on-site and off-site consumption in the Bayview area,” the existence of which “appears to contribute directly to numerous peace, health, safety and general welfare problems,” legislation prohibiting any new alcohol related establishments or... Read More »

Forget Flip This House, It’s Time For Flip This Mansion!

Forget Flip This House, It’s Time For Flip This Mansion!

Listed for $11 million last September, the nearly 10,000-square-foot mansion at 3725 Washington Street and former Presidio Heights home of Diana Dollar Hickingbotham Knowles quietly sold for $8,400,000 four months ago. From the listing at the time: “This remarkable property was reinvented by the well-known designer, Michael Taylor, and has extraordinary... Read More »

Modern Potrero Hill Circa 1989 And Coming Soon

Modern Potrero Hill Circa 1989 And Coming Soon

Designed by Daniel Solomon and built in 1989 for Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud (one of the bedrooms was originally her rehearsal studio) and her husband, recording artist and producer Pat Gleeson (one of the bedrooms was originally his recording studio), the modern home at 610 Rhode Island hit... Read More »

Green On Green For Even More Green, And White

Green On Green For Even More Green, And White

Purchased as a “fixer” for $3,100,000 in 2010 and looking a little less modern at the time, the Cow Hollow home at 2680 Green Street is about to hit the market listed for $13,000,000 as a completely renovated, “ultra-sustainable” residence with applications for LEED Platinum and Passive Home certification... Read More »

The Makeover And Return Of  A Townsend Street Warehouse

The Makeover And Return Of A Townsend Street Warehouse

The former warehouse building on the southwest corner of Townsend and 2nd Streets is preparing for a makeover which will remove the non-historic elements from its façade (fire escapes, ducts and pipes), replace the windows, and repaint with a new color scheme. And if approved, a deck will be... Read More »

San Francisco’s Future Skyline And Transit Center Fully Animated

The latest animation for San Francisco’s future Transbay Transit Center in which the Center is fully rendered, both inside and out, not only includes the 1,070-foot tall Transbay Tower to rise at the corner of First and Mission, but twenty-three other area developments and two parks which are either... Read More »

A Peek Inside The All-New Glen Park Pad At 30 Conrad

A Peek Inside The All-New Glen Park Pad At 30 Conrad

The undeveloped Glen Park lot at 30 Conrad was purchased for $310,000 in February of 2012 without any approvals to build, approvals which were judiciously secured. And upon the lot, a contemporary three-story over garage home has since been built. Designed by Felipe Rodriguez, a steel, glass and wood... Read More »

Coming Soon: Sixteen Modern Condos On 20th Street

Coming Soon: Sixteen Modern Condos On 20th Street

The sales office gallery for the sixteen Stanley Saitowitz designed Dogpatch condos at 616 20th Street is slated to open its doors mid-October. Behind the sawtooth façade, the minimalist units will feature “ultra-modern” finishes and “open-concept” layouts: Read More »

Rebroadcasting As “The Lofts At Seven” In The Tenderloin

Rebroadcasting As “The Lofts At Seven” In The Tenderloin

The redevelopment of Channel 7’s old West Coast broadcasting building site at 277 Golden Gate Avenue is nearly complete with the Tenderloin development between Hyde and Leavenworth slated to hit the market as “The Lofts at Seven” this July. With 88 rental units, The Lofts at Seven’s offering will... Read More »

Dogtown South Of Market Style

Dogtown South Of Market Style

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Land Use Committee next week, the formal designation of the two Caltrans parcels underneath the Central Freeway between Valencia and Otis Streets for use as the SoMa West Skate Park and Dog Play Area: Read More »

The 43,580 New Units In San Francisco’s Current Housing Pipeline

The 43,580 New Units In San Francisco’s Current Housing Pipeline

In 2011, less than a hundred market rate housing units came to the market in San Francisco. Including subsidized housing and accounting for units lost through demolition, merger or the like, a total of only 269 housing units were produced. Today, there are over 3,930 new housing units under... Read More »

The Public Art And Plaza To Adorn The Towers At Market And Tenth

The Public Art And Plaza To Adorn The Towers At Market And Tenth

Having been commissioned to fulfill the One Percent for Art requirement at 1411 Market Street, the two towers with 754 residential units rising at the corner of Market and Tenth Streets, artist Topher Delaney is scheduled to present her vision for two public art installations to San Francisco’s Planning... Read More »

San Francisco Water Taxi/Shuttle Services Set For October Launch

San Francisco Water Taxi/Shuttle Services Set For October Launch

Five years ago, San Francisco Waterfront Partners built San Francisco’s first water taxi launch at Pier 1½ on the Embarcadero in conjunction with their $55 million rehabilitation of Piers 1½, 3 and 5; a launch for which no water taxi service existed. From Port Executive Director Monique Moyer when... Read More »

A Sneak Peek Inside The Hidden NoPa Loft At 1830 McAllister

A Sneak Peek Inside The Hidden NoPa Loft At 1830 McAllister

Hidden behind the single-story façade at 1830 McAllister, a dramatically designed one-bedroom NoPa loft has been constructed and rather creatively outfitted. Bookended by windows, and with two skylights over an eighteen foot ceiling between, the roughly 2,500 square foot space boasts a surprising amount of natural light: Read More »

Modern On Montezuma

Modern On Montezuma

Purchased for $650,000 as a two-bedroom in 2000, in 2003 the north Bernal Victorian at 16 Montezuma underwent a modern remodeling and expansion designed by Ross Levy. The project, a single family residence located on a steep up-sloping lot in Bernal Heights, is a remodel and addition to the... Read More »