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Condo’s Going Up. Prices Coming Down?

No mention of San Francisco in today’s New York Time’s article about the impact of speculators exiting the condo market (“Farewell, Condo Cash-Outs“), but it’s still relevant. And worth a quick read. While investors made up only 9.5 percent of residential mortgages nationally in the 10 months through October,... Read More »

QuickLinks: New Condos On The Market (Or In The Works)

QuickLinks: New Condos On The Market (Or In The Works)

∙ 170 off Third (coming this summer) ∙ 1635 California Street, 30 units ∙ San Francisco Perspective: Condominium Developments Read More »

New Developments: 188 King Street

New Developments: 188 King Street

Five years ago the garment factory at 188 King Street sold for $3.6 million. There used to be a thriving garment factory at this site. When the previous owner retired, he closed the factory and sold the property to real estate speculators, who swiftly demolished the warehouse that housed... Read More »

Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?

Come on readers, we’re still trying to answer our last reader request, and now we have another: “Do you know anything about a small new development in South Beach called The Shoreline? It’s on Federal. I can’t find a website or who the developer is or anything!” Anyone have... Read More »

Update: 1725 Washington Street

Some brokers’ tour comments for Washington Square West (1725 Washington): “great light, area, and reasonable HOA,” but “little storage space with small rooms and living space”. And despite being advertised as “SOLD” on the pricing sheet, units #2 and #6 have simply been reserved for below market rate (“BMR”)... Read More »

New Developments: 1725 Washington Street

New Developments: 1725 Washington Street

14 of the 16 brand new condominiums at 1725 Washington Street hit the market this week with an open house this Sunday (2/5) from 1-4 PM. We can’t make this one, but would love for some kind soul to take a camera (we need a better picture), grab a... Read More »

San Francisco Perspective: Condominium Developments

Numerous new San Francisco condominium developments have recently, or will soon, come on the market. The nine developments below represent approximately 1,300 new condo units and are but a few of the new developments in the works within the city limits. For perspective, there are currently 427 San Francisco... Read More »

Funny How That Happens

Funny How That Happens

After nine months, the “sale pending” signs that have been so prominently displayed in the windows of two units in the 21 unit development at 525 Gough have suddenly morphed into “for sale” signs. Not too soon considering, as far as we can tell, they were never actually “pending”.... Read More »

Can’t We All Just Get Along?

“Home Depot received official approval to build a store on Bayshore Boulevard, after a narrow vote by the Board of Supervisors ended years of frustrated attempts by the big-box retailer.” That being said, Supervisor Ammiano vowed “It’s not over yet.” Come on Tom, at least employ a good catch... Read More »

Forget $340M Powerball, Just Give Us A Damn Condo!

Forget $340M Powerball, Just Give Us A Damn Condo!

4,300 applicants, 400 drawn names, and only 20 lucky “winners”. Residents in other cities dream of winning multi-million dollar lotteries, while here in San Francisco we dream about winning the right to purchase a 600 square foot condo in the Beacon for a measly $172k. The fine print: “applicants... Read More »