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Asking $22 Million for a Stately Pacific Heights Compound

Asking $22 Million for a Stately Pacific Heights Compound

Purchased as a legal three-unit building, which had long been used as a single-family home, for $7.3 million in early 2014, an application to merge two of the three units was approved, the building was gutted, and “2476 Broadway” has just returned to the market as a contemporary 9,340-square-foot... Read More »

Only in San Francisco!

Only in San Francisco!

Five weeks ago the “Exceptional Eureka Valley Home” at 3751-3753 17th Street hit the market listed for “$1.695 million,” or roughly $547 per square foot for the vacant and “lovingly curated” two-unit building in an area where the average sale price has been running closer to $1,070 per foot.... Read More »

Lucas Hasn’t Abandoned Plans for Chicago Museum Site

Lucas Hasn’t Abandoned Plans for Chicago Museum Site

While George Lucas is growing increasingly frustrated by opposition to any redevelopment of Chicago’s lakefront in order to accommodate the building of his proposed Lucas Cultural Museum, a museum which was originally intended to be built in San Francisco and is now being waylaid anew by legal challenges from... Read More »

Asking $10,000 per Square Foot in Palo Alto!

Asking $10,000 per Square Foot in Palo Alto!

The 936-square-foot bungalow at 961 Lincoln Avenue in Palo Alto is now on the market for the first time in nearly a century and asking $9,998,000, or roughly $10,680 per square foot! Okay, so the list price includes the adjacent undeveloped parcel at 955 Lincoln, which could be combined... Read More »

A Two-Bedroom Mission Condo Couldn’t Fetch its Below Market Rate

A Two-Bedroom Mission Condo Couldn’t Fetch its Below Market Rate

Nine months ago the Below Market Rate (BMR) deeded two-bedroom condo #403 at 1587 15th Street, “located right in the heart of the vibrant Mission/Valencia corridor” above the former 4505/Belcampo Butcher Shop and featuring “a fantastic open concept floor plan with hardwood floors, a gourmet kitchen and its own... Read More »

Museum Quality Eichler Touted for Its Bones

Museum Quality Eichler Touted for Its Bones

As we first reported earlier this week, a pristine condition Eichler, with original kitchen cabinetry and a mint condition bathroom, is on the market for $1.15 million in San Rafael. From the marketing materials for the ‘museum quality’ home: “The current owners have mindfully thought about the importance of... Read More »

Welcome to the Bay Area, Chip

Welcome to the Bay Area, Chip

The San Francisco 49ers new Head Coach, Chip Kelly, has just listed the five-bedroom home near Philadelphia he purchased for $1.15 million four months ago, three months before being fired by the Eagles. If Kelly is able to unload the remodeled 4,605-square-foot home for the full $1.2 million at... Read More »

When Good Trees (and City Policies) Go Bad

When Good Trees (and City Policies) Go Bad

The lone Monterey Cypress at 300 Moncada Way is a spectacular tree whose roots have caused $21,000 worth of damage to sewer pipes, the sidewalk and adjacent driveway/garage over the past fourteen years. And its roots now extend over 30 feet under the foundation of the adjacent home on... Read More »

Glen Park Lot Sells For Under $200K!

Glen Park Lot Sells For Under $200K!

As we first reported when a vacant Glen Park lot hit the market last month listed for under $200K: “Billed as a “vacant lot zoned (for a two unit building) in the Glen Park Area” with views for only $199,900, the listing for “2785 Diamond Street” also casually mentions that the... Read More »

San Francisco Landlord Tops List Of Bay Area Tax Delinquents

Of the top 500 tax delinquents in California, former CitiApartments Managing Partner and cousin of the late Walter Lembi, David M. Raynal, is number six with $2.59 million owed, the top Bay Area tax delinquent according to the State’s Franchise Tax Board. While any professional or occupational licenses held... Read More »