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High-Tech Noe Home Drops Nearly 9 Percent

High-Tech Noe Home Drops Nearly 9 Percent

As we outlined this past October: The “High-Tech Noe Home” at 525 28th Street hit the market as new for $3.6 million in June of 2014 and sold for $3.65 million that July. Designed by EE Weiss Architects, an elevator runs from the two-car garage to the top floor... Read More »

Plans for Three Towers to Rise on Shopping Center Site

Plans for Three Towers to Rise on Shopping Center Site

With the master plan for redeveloping Parkmerced having been drawn, approved and underway, new plans to raze the adjacent Parkmerced Shopping Center at 33-85 Cambon Drive, which backs up to 19th Avenue, have now been drafted as well. And as roughly rendered by Costa Brown Architecture, above and below,... Read More »

Designer Central SoMa Loft Nearly Fetches its 2014 Price

Designer Central SoMa Loft Nearly Fetches its 2014 Price

Designed by Adele Naude Santos, blending raw concrete walls with modern finishes, walls of windows, tiered ceiling heights and a “massive, sun-filled west facing deck” extending its living area, the 2,100-square-foot, two-bedroom loft at 236 Ritch Street traded for $1.895 million in the fourth quarter of 2014. This past... Read More »

Quickly in Contract and Sold! (Below its 2016 Price)

Quickly in Contract and Sold! (Below its 2016 Price)

The “fabulously located condominium” unit #1 at 1536 Pacific Avenue, which was built in 2009 and “designed to withstand the test of time with high quality materials, construction and finishes throughout,” sold for $2.5 million in February of 2016, fetching roughly $1,777 per square foot. In addition to three... Read More »

Sexy Time Redevelopment Closer to Reality

Sexy Time Redevelopment Closer to Reality

As we first reported last year: “Plans to raze the recently shuttered Institute for Advanced Study of Human Sexuality building at 1523 Franklin Street and construct a decidedly modern building designed by Alan Tse and Charles Chan Architectural Studio upon its corner parcel have been abandoned. But plans to... Read More »

Oakland A’s Refine Design for Proposed Waterfront Development

Oakland A’s Refine Design for Proposed Waterfront Development

From the Oakland A’s President, Dave Kaval: “Back in November, we were thrilled and humbled by the initial positive response to our preliminary concepts for the ballpark design. Fans and community members alike expressed excitement about the design. Since then, we’ve continued to meet with public officials, fans, and... Read More »

House-Like Russian Hill Gem Drops Below its 2016 Price

House-Like Russian Hill Gem Drops Below its 2016 Price

The three-bedroom Russian Hill townhome at 2201 Leavenworth street, which offers “fabled Bay views,” a remodeled kitchen with a restored Wedgewood stove, and stacked parking for two cars in its garage below, and access to the building’s shared roof deck above, last traded hands for $3.2 million in March... Read More »

Plans for Slender, 25-Story Micro-Room Hotel Revealed

Plans for Slender, 25-Story Micro-Room Hotel Revealed

Plans for a slender 25-story hotel to rise up to 260 feet in height on the 4,000-square-foot parking lot site at 36 Tehama Street have been submitted to Planning. And as envisioned by J Street Hospitality and designed by Handel Architects, the new Transbay District hotel would be outfitted... Read More »

Another Million Dollar Drop for Rare Pac Heights Parcel and Plans

Another Million Dollar Drop for Rare Pac Heights Parcel and Plans

As we outlined this past November: The Pacific Heights parcel and approved plans for a modern 6,800-square-foot home to rise on the 2921 Vallejo Street site, which were drawn by John Maniscalco Architecture and the subject of both a confidentially settled lawsuit and unsuccessful Discretionary Review (DR), hit the... Read More »

Early Re-Activation Sequence for the Salesforce Transit Center

Early Re-Activation Sequence for the Salesforce Transit Center

With repairs to the fractured Salesforce Transit Center now officially underway and expected to be completed by the first week of June, the Transbay Joint Powers Authority (TJPA) is expected to release an official re-opening schedule for the center next month. But according to a preliminary framework for the... Read More »