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Yahoo! Inks Lease For Chronicle Space And San Francisco Team

Yahoo! Inks Lease For Chronicle Space And San Francisco Team

Yahoo! has officially inked a lease for the Chronicle building space at Fifth and Mission which Square will be vacating in September and to which Yahoo! plans to move their San Francisco team later this year. In the process of “designing a cool, fun and beautiful space to inspire... Read More »

Revised Project Appeal Process And Tracking System Approved

Established in 1970, the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) is a State statue which requires local public agencies to provide analysis and disclosure of possible environmental impacts prior to the approval of building permits for a project. Exemptions from analysis can be granted for minor projects, saving much time... Read More »

SFMOMA’s Augmented Future Reality?  There’s An App For That!

SFMOMA’s Augmented Future Reality? There’s An App For That!

The ground is about to be broken, a wall of Snøhetta-inspired cookies are about to be consumed, and the countdown to SFMOMA’s expansion and re-opening in 2016 is about to begin. And if the static renderings of what’s to come simply aren’t enough, you can now download a dynamic... Read More »

PincusVille

PincusVille

As we wrote this past November: While purchased by the Pincus family in 2009 for $8,100,000, despite a number of (mis)reports suggesting otherwise, the family never called 3855 Washington Street home. In fact, we don’t believe they ever spent a night in the Presidio Heights pad which has returned... Read More »

San Francisco Property Information Map Preview For The Plugged-In

San Francisco Property Information Map Preview For The Plugged-In

While it hasn’t officially been announced or unveiled, San Francisco’s Planning department is preparing to launch the San Francisco Property Information Map, an “innovative, user-friendly property information tool provides a single access point for a variety of useful property data, zoning and project information.” Amongst the information the San... Read More »

Now Bill Gross (And PIMCO) Does Deflation

“There has been significant flattening on the long end of the curve…This reflects the re- emergence of deflationary fears. The U.S. is at the center of de-levering as opposed to accelerating growth.” – Bill Gross via Bloomberg ∙ Pimco’s Gross Buys Treasuries Amid Deflation Concern ∙ Promoted From... Read More »

Here’s A Spot, There’s A Spot, Everywhere’s A Spot, Spot

Following the lead of new zoning plans that are already in place for a few neighborhoods, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors have approved new parking legislation for throughout the city: “A new ordinance ends a rule requiring parking spaces at residential developments to be available only to tenants... Read More »

Yes, We’re Suckers For An Interesting Interface: Trulia Snapshot

Yes, We’re Suckers For An Interesting Interface: Trulia Snapshot

It’s not as efficient as searching, but it is likely to appeal to those who are browsing and visually inclined. And what can we say, we’re suckers for an interesting interface. ∙ Trulia Snapshot: San Francisco Read More »

Redfin Rolls Out A Few New Features Including Listing Data Downloads

Redfin Rolls Out A Few New Features Including Listing Data Downloads

A few new features were rolled out on Redfin early this morning. The one that almost had us at hello: the ability to download basic listing data for up to 500 properties at a time. As far as we’re concerned it’s a step in the right direction (in terms... Read More »

A Plugged-In Reader Recommends: 119 Hancock Street

A Plugged-In Reader Recommends: 119 Hancock Street

A longtime reader recommends taking a look, and we have to agree. If not for the Bertazzoni (in the kitchen), custom sound dampening (it is the lower unit), and lighting/green technology (“…the owner is an energy conservation and lighting expert, the remodel has been designed with Green technologies and... Read More »