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Trauma Doesn’t Survive, But Will This Scene?

Trauma Doesn’t Survive, But Will This Scene?

NBC has cancelled its San Francisco based series “Trauma.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, however, “NBC plans to continue airing the show for now, and will produce all 13 episodes from its current order.” In other words, you still might get to see the scene shot up around Pacific... Read More »

RandomRumors: All About San Francisco…Except Soma?

As a tipster notes, “ord is Zephyr is closing their Soma branch” which is at least partially true. According to our sources Zephyr’s Soma lease is up at the end of the year, but they’re looking for another space. How actively and whether or not they find one…only time... Read More »

Where Tony Bennett Left His Heart In San Francisco

Where Tony Bennett Left His Heart In San Francisco

From a plugged-in tipster with respect to 1133-1143 Taylor: t wasn’t necessarily the building that caught my attention, as was the fact that the top unit (the owners unit penthouse) was where Tony Bennett wrote “I left my heart in San Francisco” and lived for a while. Unfortunately we... Read More »

The Chronicle Reports “Dozens,” A Plugged-In Source Says Over 100

While the Chronicle reports “dozens more Lembi properties are in play” in addition to the 75 ex-Lembi-owned apartment buildings that have already been given or taken back by the banks, according to our sources the number of Lembi properties still at risk is over a hundred. As in up... Read More »

Confidentially Speaking About The Infinity

The re-sale of 301 Main Street #9E has fallen out of contract, its list price has been cut to $749,000 (asking just under $900,000 when the Infinity sales office first opened), and its listing now notes “Infinity’s BEST 2BR VALUE.” According to a plugged-in tipster, however, at least one... Read More »

The Bourn Boardinghouse (A Lesser Known Sequel)

As if the Bourn Mansion wasn’t intriguing enough, a plugged-in reader reports: “I met some guy in the park several weeks ago who just seemed bored and desperate for conversation. He told me he was renting a room from an eccentric older woman who lived in a gigantic house on... Read More »

Stimulating San Francisco To “Partner” On The Second Tower At ORH?

With respect to the Chronicle’s report that Mike Kriozer isn’t planning on paying at least five million dollars of fees to San Francisco related to the development of One Rincon Hill, a plugged-in reader reports: might be a leverage move by Kriozere in order to push the City... Read More »

RandomRumors Via Trulia Voices: Fractional TIC Financing Drying Up?

We try not to reward bad behavior and the hijacking of a post, but it’s an off-topic comment worth repeating and a question worth clearing up (if you can): From Real Estate pro Sally Rosenman on the Trulia forums : Sterling Bank is providing fractional loans and they are... Read More »

The Argenta (1 Polk) Scoop Redux: Riverstone Residential To Manage

The Argenta (1 Polk) Scoop Redux: Riverstone Residential To Manage

Stop the presses (or rather refresh that browser). While one plugged-in reader reports that “Riverstone Residential came through with the winning offer on the Argenta,” another shoots us the following note: Riverstone Residential is not an investment firm. It’s a management company. They don’t invest only manage residential properties.... Read More »

SocketSite Reader’s Report: An Old Infinity Lockup Glitch?

As always, reader’s comments with regard to contracts, legal matters and investments should always be seen as a potential starting point for a conversation with a qualified professional rather than as answers or advice. That being said, it’s a plugged-in reader that catches a potential lockup glitch in old... Read More »