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Sales and Pricing Index for New Condos in SF Tick Up

Sales and Pricing Index for New Condos in SF Tick Up

With sales offices for two new developments in San Francisco having opened their doors in October, the number of purchase contracts signed for new construction condos in the city ticked up from 55 in October to 61 in November, nearly doubling the number of contracts signed in November 2016... Read More »

Best Priced Two-Bedroom in Premier High-Rise Fetches Even Less

Best Priced Two-Bedroom in Premier High-Rise Fetches Even Less

Purchased for $1.495 million in September 2015, the 1,418-square-foot Lumina unit #2A, above Woodlands Market at 318 Main Street, returned to the market this past June listed for $1.649 million, touting: “Best priced 2bed/2bath home in San Francisco’s premier luxury high rise condo!” Relisted anew for $1.588 million in... Read More »

Rents Dropping for New Apartments in Dogpatch

Rents Dropping for New Apartments in Dogpatch

Back in August, a few months before the first phase of Avalon’s new 326-unit Dogptach development at 800 Indiana Street open its doors, the development was being marketed with studios starting at $2,910 a month; one-bedrooms starting at $3,305; two-bedrooms starting at $4,525; and three-bedrooms priced at $6,979 and... Read More »

Navigation Center Site Development Permitted to Break Ground

Navigation Center Site Development Permitted to Break Ground

The 30-day window within which the building permit for the development of 157 below market rate apartments to rise up to nine stories in height at 1950 Mission Street, upon the former Phoenix Continuation High School site turned Navigation Center in the Mission, could have been appealed has expired... Read More »

Timing for 127-Unit SoMa Development to Rise

Timing for 127-Unit SoMa Development to Rise

While the building permits for the approved 127-unit apartment building to rise up to eight stories in height on the western side of 5th Street, between Shipley and Clara in Central SoMa, have yet to be issued, much less processed, Trammell Crow Residential is planning to break ground next... Read More »

Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

Housing Pipeline Holds as Construction Rises in San Francisco

With new proposals having been submitted to the City for roughly the same number of residential units that finished construction in the second quarter of the year, the overall pipeline of apartments and condos under development in San Francisco is holding around 63,500 having peaked at 63,700 in the... Read More »

Pricing Index for New Condos in SF Slips, Sales Down 50 Percent

Pricing Index for New Condos in SF Slips, Sales Down 50 Percent

With sales offices for two new developments in San Francisco having opened their doors last month, the number of purchase contracts signed for new construction condos in the city increased from 39 in September to 55 October, versus having tripled, on average, from September to October over the previous... Read More »

$80M Affordable Development Ready to Rise in Mission Bay

$80M Affordable Development Ready to Rise in Mission Bay

A 75-year ground lease for the eastern half of Mission Bay Block 3 which fronts Third Street, between Mission Rock and Long Bridge, is slated to be approved next week. Financing is expected to be funded next month. And the construction of a five-story building with 119 below market... Read More »

Massive Pier 70 Project Approved

Massive Pier 70 Project Approved

The final approvals for the redevelopment of San Francisco’s 28-acre Pier 70 site, the height limits for which were increased by voters back in 2014, were secured by the development team this afternoon. Depending upon whether Forest City maximizes the Central Waterfront site for residential or commercial use, the... Read More »

Plans to Deter Speculation around Oakland A’s Ballpark Site

Plans to Deter Speculation around Oakland A’s Ballpark Site

With the Oakland Athletics having formally announced their plans to build a new Major League ballpark upon the 13-acre parcel of land that’s currently owned by the Peralta Community College District at 333 East 8th Street, a little south of Lake Merritt in central Oakland, concern about the speculative... Read More »