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The Plans for a Decaying City Block Have Been Drawn

The Plans for a Decaying City Block Have Been Drawn

Formerly owned by the Garibaldi family, the 2.2 acre Portola District block bounded by Woolsey, Hamilton, Wayland and Bowdoin streets, which is known as 770 Woolsey and is currently home to the decaying greenhouse remains of the family’s old University Mound Nursery (a.k.a The Rose Factory), was acquired by... Read More »

Up and Down on the Edge of Nob Hill

Up and Down on the Edge of Nob Hill

Having sold as new for $1.235 million in March of 2014, the 1,143-square-foot unit #511 at 1788 Clay Street (a.k.a. Marlow) has just traded hands with a $1.48 million contract price. And yes, on a straight line basis, that’s “up 19.8 percent!” since the first quarter of 2014. But... Read More »

Historic Lower Haight Theater Lofts Unit Takes a Little Hit

Historic Lower Haight Theater Lofts Unit Takes a Little Hit

Purchased for $1.62 million in August of 2015, the 1,845-square-foot loft unit #106 in the historic Theatre Lofts building at 560 Haight Street, a “chic industrial” conversion which “features double height windows, steel beams, vintage polished concrete and great ceiling volume,” returned to the market priced at $1.695 million... Read More »

Upgraded Russian Hill Victorian Nearly Fetches Its 2016 Price

Upgraded Russian Hill Victorian Nearly Fetches Its 2016 Price

Purchased for $2.95 million in June of 2016, the “exceptional” Russian Hill home on an extra-wide corner lot at 2500 Leavenworth Street, with “soaring 12-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and period details,” not to mention sweeping views from its upper level and deck, was subsequently upgraded and now features a... Read More »

Mission District Parking Lot Positioned for Big Development

Mission District Parking Lot Positioned for Big Development

Plans to develop the 20,000-square-foot parking lot parcel at 321 Florida Street, between 16th and 17th Streets in the Mission, are in the works. And as envisioned, over 150 units of housing could rise on the site. While the parcel is only zoned for development up to 68 feet,... Read More »

Adorable Bernal Heights Home Nearly Fetches its 2015 Price

Adorable Bernal Heights Home Nearly Fetches its 2015 Price

Purchased for $1.065 million in July of 2015, the “adorable” Bernal Heights home at 430 Nevada Street, which is located “within walking distance to bustling Cortland Ave” and features two bedrooms and one bath, with 880 square feet of finished space, a landscaped rear garden, one-car garage and bonus... Read More »

Pipeline of Development in San Francisco Ticks Up, Construction Too

Pipeline of Development in San Francisco Ticks Up, Construction Too

With the number of newly proposed units of housing to be built in San Francisco having outpaced the number of units that recently finished up construction for the fourth quarter in a row, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco increased by nearly a... Read More »

Folsom Street Development and Its Shadow Closer to Reality

Folsom Street Development and Its Shadow Closer to Reality

Having been redesigned to look less “muddled,” while adding a floor, last year, the proposed seven-story development to rise on the northwest corner of Folsom and Russ Street, upon the Fondue Cowboy and Deli Board site at 1052-1060 Folsom Street, has been redesigned anew by SIA Consulting, at least... Read More »

Another, Bigger, Sub-2015 Sale in South Beach

Another, Bigger, Sub-2015 Sale in South Beach

As we wrote when we noted the slightly sub-2015 sale price for the one-bedroom unit #403 at 72 Townsend Street last year, “if you’re kicking yourself for having missed yet another anomalous and cherry-picked outcome (as some will certainly continue to rationalize), please don’t. Instead, turn your attention to... Read More »

Cause of Transit Center’s Cracks and Proposed Fix Revealed

Cause of Transit Center’s Cracks and Proposed Fix Revealed

The forensic engineering team (LPI) engaged to identify the root cause of the two fissures/fractures which caused the emergency closure of San Francisco’s new Salesforce Transit Center, a month after it opened, has reached a preliminary conclusion and a possible fix has been drafted. According to the team, the... Read More »