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776 Tehama/1277 Howard: Pricing

776 Tehama/1277 Howard: Pricing

776 Tehama/1277 Howard is now open. Decent views from the upper floors, and relatively spacious, but we’re not so sure about that “luxury” moniker. Overall, we weren’t terribly impressed, but then again we’re probably too damn picky. One interesting note: as far as we know, the first residential new... Read More »

Add “Dramatic” To The Guide

The infamous 1200 Indiana has undergone a “Dramatic Price Reduction” of $190,000 (8.6%) and can now be yours for $1,998,000. Before you call your broker, keep in mind that this is a commercially zoned building which means a traditional mortgage isn’t going to fly (think commercial loan or all... Read More »

2576-2580 Washington: RE-PRICED TO SELL NOW!!!

2576-2580 Washington: RE-PRICED TO SELL NOW!!!

From the same people who brought you a “Huge price reduction!!!” of $252,000 (7.8%), we now have 2576-2580 Washington “RE-PRICED TO SELL NOW!!!” at $2,889,000. That’s right, take another $109,000 (or 3.6%) off the list price, and add another entry to the SocketSite Guide to Price Reductions, and re-ink... Read More »

Weekend Update: Three Weeks Later

Call it tradition, a need to see it through to the end, or just plain rubbernecking, but damn it, we’re following these units until they sell. 1. 1725 Washington: Seven of the fourteen units remain available (#12 has yet to be added to the MLS). 2. 1625 California: At... Read More »

Now That’s How To Flip Renovate!

Now That’s How To Flip Renovate!

Purchase a Presidio Heights Beaux Arts mansion (3701 Washington) in need of renovation for $8 million; spend a “couple of million” updating the plumbing, roof, and parking; entice 25 top-tier decorators to ‘volunteer’ their time; and voila! We give you the 29th annual San Francisco Decorator Showcase property. (And... Read More »

Bait And Switch On MLS?

Okay, so while not technically ‘Bait and Switch’ (as the unit, just not the price, is still available), we have a feeling the folks over at MLS might frown upon the pricing “strategy” of 321 Langton #11. Or more specifically, frown upon listing a property in the MLS at... Read More »

Speaking Of Bachelor Pads…

Speaking Of Bachelor Pads…

We’d like to believe that the New York Times drew their inspiration for a piece on bachelor pads from our post on 2002 California (now in contract). “A bachelor pad is a cultural icon. It has been designed by the architect Frank Gehry for the pages of Playboy and... Read More »

You Almost Had Us At Hello

You Almost Had Us At Hello

The four units in 519 Natoma boast “wide-plank Oak 3/4in. hardwood floors. Miele appliances, Sub-Zero refrigeration, Wolf range, Duravit bathroom fixtures, European cabinetry, cut glass mosaic tile bathroom w/ Terrazzo soaking tub, Russ stereo surround sound, Siebel video intercom. Washer/Dryer hookups.” And those pictures? Did you see those pictures?... Read More »

Bay Buildings: The Metropolitan (333/355 1st Street)

Bay Buildings: The Metropolitan (333/355 1st Street)

Back in early 2004 the San Francisco Business Times wrote the following: “As the first true housing highrise to sprout out of San Francisco’s Rincon Hill, 20-story north tower and 27-story south tower look awfully lonely…But fortunately for our forlorn friend, Rincon Hill’s soil is fertile and... Read More »

Yerba Buena Lofts Redux

Yerba Buena Lofts Redux

Last August we featured three units in the Yerba Buena Lofts (855 Folsom). Today, Curbed offer a great overview of the building, its architect, and three new listings. A couple of observations: Michael Broerman owns the listings in that building; and is it just us, or do the average... Read More »