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1200 Indiana: Flip Or Folly?

1200 Indiana: Flip Or Folly?

If we remember correctly, the ultra modern (and apparently “URBAN FABULOUS”) live/work space at 1200 Indiana last changed hands was last on the market about nine months ago after it was (listed at $1,998,000 with Herth). Well, it’s back on the market with a new price ($2,188,000) and a... Read More »

A Week of Atonement

A Week of Atonement

So we mange to wax poetic (“stunning – from the design, to the finishes, to the views”) about the new “Green” house at 520 Clipper. We give accolades to the builder (Lorax Development) and even point out the broker (Brown & Co.). The only person we forget to mention?... Read More »

San Francisco TIC For $100,000!

Nope, that’s not a typo. A Potrero Hill TIC is currently on the market for $100,000. Before you call your agent, however, you might want to read all the notes: “Listing is for a 1/6 (TIC) ownership interest in this Potrero Hill single-unit home. Other 5/6 ownership positions are... Read More »

A SocketSite Guide To Price Reductions

Ever since we pointed out that $24,000 “drastic” price reduction, we’ve been wondering: what’s the difference between a “drastic”, “big”, “major” and “Huge” price reduction? Well, we now have answers! Based on current listings, it appears that while a “drastic” price reduction is $24,000, a “BIG REDUCTION!” is $51,000,... Read More »

The Greenest Home In San Francisco

The Greenest Home In San Francisco

Advertising the “very first City-approved installation of a rainwater catchment system”, recycled blue jean denim insulation, reclaimed hardwood flooring, and solar heating (along with numerous other “Green” features) , Brown & Co. and Lorax Development have dubbed 520 Clipper “The Greenest Home in San Francisco”. We just might have... Read More »

One Listing, Two Perspectives

One Listing, Two Perspectives

We’ve had our eye on 1001 California #7 for quite some time (and not because it has two fireplaces). One, because it’s just plain gorgeous; two because it was marked down from at least $3,675,000; and three, because the listing was recently advertising “Seller will pay two years of... Read More »

Weekend Update: Sales Follow-Up

Lots of questions with regard to sales activity for three of the New Developments we’ve recently profiled, so let’s do a quick rundown to kickoff the weekend (and help you plan your open house stops this Sunday): 1. 1725 Washington: Three (#3, #9, #14) of the fourteen units we... Read More »

Party Like It’s 2002 (California)

Party Like It’s 2002 (California)

Sporting a fantastic facade, a killer Mediterranean courtyard, and “great bones”, we think 2002 California could make one of the swankiest bachelor(ette) pads in the city. That’s assuming, of course, that you’re willing to completely gut, remodel, and drop invest another $500k on top of the $1,349,000 asking price.... Read More »

The $65,000,000 House

The $65,000,000 House

Well, 2845 Broadway has quietly replaced 300 Sea Cliff Ave as the most expensive house for sale in San Francisco (and it’s not because 300 Sea Cliff has sold). Boasting a “Once in a generation opportunity to acquire an extraordinary Gold Coast masterpiece in the making, the house also... Read More »