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Fox Plaza’s Plans to Help Gentrify Its Neighborhood

Fox Plaza’s Plans to Help Gentrify Its Neighborhood

While the approved plans to expand Fox Plaza remain on hold, the Plaza’s new ownership team is about to launch a two-pronged renovation project “to greatly improve the appearance” of its 29-story tower. In addition to a fresh coat of paint, new exterior lights will be added to the... Read More »

Union Street Vacancy Count Ticks Up

Union Street Vacancy Count Ticks Up

Including a couple of spurs down Fillmore and Webster Streets, such as the space which Shake Shack has been eyeing to become their first outlet in San Francisco, as we first reported last week, the number of vacant storefronts on the Union Street corridor has ticked up to twenty-two (22),... Read More »

San Francisco’s First Shake Shack Could Open Right Here

San Francisco’s First Shake Shack Could Open Right Here

Speaking of big plans for shuttered Real Food Company sites in San Francisco, the owners of the former Cow Hollow location on the southeast corner of Fillmore and Filbert have met with the City to discuss a conversion of the nearly 12,000-square-foot building into a “luxury fine casual restaurant... Read More »

Reported $18.8 Million Sale Really Wasn’t

Reported $18.8 Million Sale Really Wasn’t

Having been on the market for $19.675 million at the end of 2016, the seven-bedroom home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue appeared to have quietly sold for $18.8 million at the end of 2017. But alas, as surmised by another reader, the sale never occurred. In fact, Brugnara Properties... Read More »

An Uber Sale in the Works

An Uber Sale in the Works

Purchased for $7.995 million in early 2015, at which point the home’s total square footage measured around 6,200 square feet, including its lower level and three-car garage, the Pacific Heights home at 3090 Pacific Avenue has since undergone a major renovation and remodel. And while the remodeled home has... Read More »

First Richard Neutra Designed Home in SF Illegally Razed

First Richard Neutra Designed Home in SF Illegally Razed

Built in 1936 and known in architectural circles as the Largent House, the modernist home at 49 Hopkins Avenue hit the market listed for $1.475 million in 2013 and sold for $1.4 million that December. From the listing at the time: “One of a kind trophy home in Twin... Read More »

New Transbay District Market Opening Soon

New Transbay District Market Opening Soon

The shelves are stocked. And according to the owner, by way of a plugged-in tipster, the highly anticipated grocery to open in Lumina’s 9,500-square-foot market space at the corner of Folsom and (318) Main is expected to open next week. Once again, the new Woodlands Market will provide “organic,... Read More »

Et Tu Little Buildings?  Boutique SoMa Unit Drops to Sub-2015 Pricing

Et Tu Little Buildings? Boutique SoMa Unit Drops to Sub-2015 Pricing

The top floor “penthouse” unit atop the three-unit development at 56 Ringold Street was purchased for $975,000, or roughly $1,300 per square foot, back in March of 2015, having been listed for $895,000 and touting an “excellent SoMa location in close proximity to uber techie Mid-Market, and across street... Read More »

Record-Setting Pac Heights Home Sold for $38 Million

Record-Setting Pac Heights Home Sold for $38 Million

As we first reported last week, the 12,000-square-foot spec home at 2712 Broadway, which had been on the market since the end of last year with a $40 million price tag, sold “in a battle with multiple bidders,” according to Pacific Union’s PR team. And while the final contract... Read More »

A Masterful $2 Million Price Cut for Kirk Hammett’s Sea Cliff Home(s)

A Masterful $2 Million Price Cut for Kirk Hammett’s Sea Cliff Home(s)

Having been correctly fingered as Kirk Hammett’s 4,200-square-foot Sea Cliff home by a number of plugged-in reader’s last year, the asking price for 308 Sea Cliff Avenue has just been reduced from $16 million to $14 million in One fell swoop. And the asking price for the adjacent 5,200-square-foot... Read More »