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Two-Bedroom on Third Fetches 5.7 Percent over Its Early 2015 Price

Two-Bedroom on Third Fetches 5.7 Percent over Its Early 2015 Price

Purchased for $700,000 in April of 2015, the 1,016-square-foot Bayview condo #2414 at 5900 Third Street returned to the market priced at “$698,000” two months ago. The top floor unit, which had been offered for rent at $2,995 per month at the end of last year, having originally been... Read More »

Plans for a new Community Center, Open Space and Advancement

Plans for a new Community Center, Open Space and Advancement

Plans to level the five-acre Bayview site at 1550 Evans Avenue, at the corner of Third, are in the works. And as envisioned and rendered below, a new Southeast Community Facility (SECF) will rise across the site, with a 40,000-square-foot community center and adjacent 5,000-square-foot pavilion; a 45,000-square-foot classroom... Read More »

Slaughterhouse Sets Its Sights on San Francisco

Slaughterhouse Sets Its Sights on San Francisco

The operators of East Oakland’s Saba Live Poultry, a national chain which sells live and freshly slaughtered chickens and livestock from Halal-certified facilities, is planning to open an outpost in San Francisco. If approved, the middle third of the warehouse building at 1526 Wallace Avenue in Bayview will be... Read More »

A Record Setting $1.9 Million Sale in Bayview

A Record Setting $1.9 Million Sale in Bayview

Built in 2015, with 11-foot ceilings and city views, the contemporary 2,392-square-foot home at 1411 Hudson Avenue hit the market this past April listed for $1.995 million or roughly $834 per square foot. And the sale of 1411 Hudson has just closed escrow with a $1.9 million contract price... Read More »

Oh Sh*t

Oh Sh*t

If approved, San Francisco’s largest wastewater treatment facility, the Southeast Water Pollution Control Plant in northern Bayview, will be upgraded and expanded over the next five years. The existing 40-acre plant, which roughly stretches from Evans to McKinnon and Phelps to Quint, treats 80 percent of San Francisco’s current... Read More »

A Sub 2015 Sale in One of the Hottest Neighborhoods in S.F.

A Sub 2015 Sale in One of the Hottest Neighborhoods in S.F.

Positioned as “an excellent opportunity to purchase a beautiful new construction residence in one of the hottest neighborhoods in San Francisco,” with “contemporary finishes, excellent views, and wonderful outdoor spaces,” the 1,432-square-foot, two-bedroom Bayview condo #6 at 4132 3rd Street sold for an even million dollars, or roughly $698... Read More »

2015 Pricing in One of the Hottest Neighborhoods in San Francisco

2015 Pricing in One of the Hottest Neighborhoods in San Francisco

Positioned as “an excellent opportunity to purchase a beautiful new construction residence in one of the hottest neighborhoods in San Francisco,” with “contemporary finishes, excellent views, and wonderful outdoor spaces,” the 1,432-square-foot, two-bedroom Bayview condo #6 at 4132 3rd Street sold for an even million dollars, or roughly $698... Read More »

Where the Kids Live in San Francisco

Where the Kids Live in San Francisco

It’s a little messy, but we’ve mashed up the Housing for Families with Children report’s map of where the children under 19 live in San Francisco, both in terms of absolute numbers and the relative densities of households with children, and the rough neighborhood boundaries for the city. And... Read More »

Plans for a Massive New Industrial Center in San Francisco

Plans for a Massive New Industrial Center in San Francisco

A few years ago we first noted that the LaSalle Industrial Park complex at 749 Toland Street in western Bayview, upon which four single-story warehouse buildings with a total of 448,000 square feet of space currently sit, bisected by I-280, was on the market. And as we wrote at... Read More »

SF Warehouse Flagged for Conversion into Illegal Housing

SF Warehouse Flagged for Conversion into Illegal Housing

With the tragic Ghost Ship fire leading to heightened concerns about the underground conversion of industrial buildings into un-permitted dwelling units, a formal complaint has been filed with the city alleging that the 14,000-square-foot warehouse at 1660 Jerrold Avenue, adjacent to Flora Grubb Gardens in San Francisco’s Bayview neighborhood,... Read More »