Articles Filed Under: In The Media

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The Living Wall And Public Art Within This Building’s Lobby

The Living Wall And Public Art Within This Building’s Lobby

Under construction and nearing completion at the corner of First and Howard, the ten-story Foundry Square III will yield 275,000 square feet of “open collaborative” office space. A 100-foot long living wall will adorn the building’s lobby (click renderings to enlarge). While the development also includes a new public plaza on the corner, it’s within Read More »

San Francisco Magazine Is Plugged-In (Not That They Weren’t Before)

San Francisco Magazine Is Plugged-In (Not That They Weren’t Before)

Our thanks to San Francisco Magazine for identifying SocketSite as one of the 217 best things about the Bay Area in 2008 (“Best Source For Real Estate Info”). And while we’re officially biased, great party last night (and even greater cause). ∙ San Francisco Magazine: Best Source For Real Estate Info ∙ Family House Read More »

2626 Sutter: Little Did We Know (Or Perhaps We Did)

Fifteen months ago we snapped a picture of 2626 Sutter and wrote: “Three weeks ago 2626 Sutter was just another “renovated” property with fresh paint, sloping floors, and a price tag destined to land it in the RealRecentReductions archive. Today it’s a burned out shell. Our first thought? We hope nobody got hurt. Our second Read More »

As Joe Sees It: 149 Mangels Before And After

As Joe Sees It: 149 Mangels Before And After

Last November CBS5’s Joe Vazquez took a walk though of 149 Mangels (cereal box reinforcements and all). While yesterday he wisely observed from afar (and yes, talked briefly with us). ∙ Bidding War Erupts Over $399,000 San Francisco Home ∙ San Francisco Home Under Renovation Collapses ∙ The Sudden Collapse Of 149 Read More »

SocketSite In The Media

SocketSite In The Media

From live national broadcasts, to the local papers, more and more people are “plugging in” to SocketSite (and we thank you). A few of our recent appearances (or references): ∙ CNBC Morning Call: Housing Trends: Follow the Condos ∙ CNNMoney: Condo prices reveal housing trends ∙ San Francisco Business Times: Condo mania spells freebies for Read More »