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Not For The Faint Of Heart (Or Wallet)

Not For The Faint Of Heart (Or Wallet)

The “Italianate Victorian Fixer” at 1232 Treat is not for the faint of heart (or wallet). Seriously. We’re talking about a single family house that’s been carved up into five units with two additional units over the carriage house out back (think commercial financing), two protected tenants and two... Read More »

188 King Street: The Rents

188 King Street: The Rents

Based on a number of craigslist ads (and another email from our tipster), it appears that rents in 188 King street are running from $2,795 (1br) to $9,500 (2br penthouse). Not a bad way to try out the building, and the neighborhood, if you’re considering a purchase (especially if... Read More »

Avalon At Mission Bay II And Creativity Explored

Avalon At Mission Bay II And Creativity Explored

We were lucky enough to attend a reception hosted by AvalonBay last night to celebrate the opening of the Avalon at Mission Bay II (301 King Street) and honor Creativity Explored, a visual art center where adults with developmental disabilities create, exhibit and sell art. AvalonBay purchased nearly 100... Read More »

Premium Rents In The Presidio

Premium Rents In The Presidio

From a “plugged in” tipster: Remember when bidding wars were to buy a place? Now they’re taking place over rentals in the Presidio. Two or three years ago, the Presidio couldn’t give these places away, with units sitting empty for months. But in the last few months, the park... Read More »

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

THE LANSING has opened the doors to its 82 units at 50 Lansing Street (off First) and is stressing “IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.” Developed by Lambert Development (of The Brannan fame), and touting a whole host of other contributors (including SB Architects, BaMo design, and lighting consultants Auerbach Glasow), the building... Read More »

The Italian Riviera By The Bay

The Italian Riviera By The Bay

Four blocks from Jack London Square in Oakland, the 100-unit Aqua Via (125 Second Street) seems to be upping the amenity ante for luxury rental properties with its private 29’ Back Cove water taxi (at the beck and call of residents) and a lighted bocce ball court. If you... Read More »