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Glen Park Market Place: 2815 Diamond

Glen Park Market Place: 2815 Diamond

Polaris Group has launched a website for the Glen Park Market Place which consists of 15 condominiums offering “stylish finishes and contemporary floor plans,” a grocery, and a public library. In doing so, it also appears that Polaris Group has liberated borrowed lifted done none of the aforementioned. (see... Read More »

Mid-Week Update: Four Weeks Later

Inspired by a tip from Damion Matthews (the last new unit at the St. Regis is now in contract), we thought we’d check in on a couple of other new developments we’ve been tracking: 1. 1725 Washington: No newly reported sales in the past three weeks (seven units still... Read More »

Spoiler Alert: One Rincon Hill Video

Spoiler Alert: One Rincon Hill Video

Okay, so maybe we were less than impressed by the One Rincon Hill webcam, but their video left us dazed (and yet strangely giddy). Yes, based on the pictures and press (“the tallest residential property west of the Mississippi”) we knew these towers were going to be tall, but... Read More »

The Hayes: 55 Page Street

The Hayes: 55 Page Street

And speaking of Intracorp, The Hayes has launched a new website since we first alerted you to New Condos Starting In The $400,000s. (And yes, the new site is complete with the requisite floor plan porn, their own inside scoop, and a nice little neighborhood map.) ∙ The Hayes... Read More »

The Arterra: “Clean Design, Pure Living” at 300 Berry Street

The Arterra: “Clean Design, Pure Living” at 300 Berry Street

The Arterra, a 268-unit ‘Green’ condo development, has broken ground at 300 Berry Street. Developed by Intracorp San Francisco (also developing The Hayes) and architected by Kwan Henmi, the Arterra is marketed as “clean design, pure living,” and billed as a “pioneering green building of sophisticated design.” The three-level... Read More »

Kiss That Deposit Goodbye

Kiss That Deposit Goodbye

At first glance, it’s just another move. Upon closer inspection, however, it’s poignant commentary on the springtime rush to renovate and the heightened demand for construction dumpsters (and perhaps lack thereof) in San Francisco. On a much smaller scale, perhaps not too dissimilar from the shortage of labor and... Read More »

The Beacon: 90% Sold

According to Centurion Real Estate Partners, the group that converted the Mission Place apartment development into the 595 condo development named the Beacon, the South of Market condo market remains strong (and the Beacon is 90% sold). Quote: “Every time I check, our numbers are beating our pro formas.... Read More »

Say Hello To Your New SF Skyline

Say Hello To Your New SF Skyline

Some weekend research led us to the SkyscraperPage Forum, and a pretty incredible post by Forum member “FourOneFive” way back in 2003. Titled, “SAN FRANCISCO Rundown: Recently Completed, Under Construction, Approved, and Proposed” it’s just that, damn comprehensive, and with rendering porn galore. Today, we tip our hat to... Read More »

New Developments: 340 – 350 Fremont

New Developments: 340 – 350 Fremont

Damion Matthews passes along renderings of the proposed and, as far as we know, yet to be named 40-story development for 340 – 350 Fremont Street. Conflicting reports on the proposed number of condos (we’ve seen mention of both 380 and 400 units), but definitely designed by Heller-Manus (other... Read More »

Semi-New Development: Alamo Square

Semi-New Development: Alamo Square

Originally constructed in 1999, and mapped as condos, the 63 units that comprise Alamo Square (988 Fulton) are currently undergoing a transformation from apartments to condos. The “transformed” units boast stainless steel appliances, granite slab countertops, dishwashers, in-unit washer/dryers, and are tagged, “A Genuine Home in the City.” To... Read More »