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Five Months Later and Back on the Market in the Richmond

Five Months Later and Back on the Market in the Richmond

Listed for $1.1 million in March, the well kept and “tastefully updated” Richmond District home at 834 30th Avenue – with two large bedrooms, a formal dining room and a breakfast nook – sold for $1.27 million in April, or roughly $1,036 per listed square foot (which doesn’t include... Read More »

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Redesigned

Development to Replace Rincon Hill Gas Station Redesigned

Facing pushback from the development team behind Jasper, which recently rose on the 45 Lansing Street parcel next door, as well as the 50 Lansing Street Homeowners Association (which raised a myriad of concerns, including its “design compatibility with the neighborhood”), the proposed 14-story development to rise on the northwest... Read More »

Design for Asian Art Museum Addition Revealed

Design for Asian Art Museum Addition Revealed

The proposed $25 million expansion of San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum at 200 Larkin Street has been rendered and the plans are about to be presented to San Francisco’s Architectural Review Committee for feedback prior to seeking the city’s approval to proceed. Designed by architect Kulapat Yantrasast of wHY,... Read More »

The Result of Getting Rid of Tenants and Remodeling in the Mission

The Result of Getting Rid of Tenants and Remodeling in the Mission

The two-unit Mission District building with an unwarranted in-law at 867-869 South Van Ness Avenue was purchased for $1.625 million early last year, with the upper unit occupied by a protected tenant, an elderly couple estimated by a reader to be in their late 60s. Five months later, the... Read More »

From Fabled Flip to Reality

From Fabled Flip to Reality

While we debunked the misreported flip of a two-bedroom Nob Hill condo at 1150 Sacramento Street last year, the unit has since been flipped for real and $515,000 more. Purchased for $1,740,000 a year ago last month, following a family’s 20-year hold, the 1,789-square-foot unit #202 was then renovated... Read More »

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 »

Another Peek at San Francisco’s New Hub and Future Skyline

Another Peek at San Francisco’s New Hub and Future Skyline

Planning delivers another montage of how San Francisco’s Market Street Hub Project could lead to the development of additional height, density and a more sculpted skyline for the emerging area around the intersections of Market and Van Ness and South Van Ness and Mission. As the Hub could appear... Read More »

Million Dollar Listing Sells for a Million Dollars Less

Million Dollar Listing Sells for a Million Dollars Less

On the market as an unfinished spec home with 7,000 square feet of space in the Oakland Hills for $2.65 million in 2009, 13383 Campus Drive failed to sell and was subsequently foreclosed upon, trashed and sold for $800,000 in early 2014 in need of “some work.” Rebuilt and... Read More »

Refined Designs For Lower Pac Heights Development

Refined Designs For Lower Pac Heights Development

With Brand + Allen Architects having closed its doors in the four years since their design for the ‘out-of-scale’ redevelopment of the Booker T. Washington Community Services Center at 800 Presidio Avenue was approved, Perry Architects is now leading the charge and has refined the design for the building that’s... Read More »

$400K Over Asking (Or $195K Under Original List)

$400K Over Asking (Or $195K Under Original List)

Listed for $2.895 million in July, the asking price for the remodeled Edwardian at 4334 19th Street was reduced to $2.3 in August. And yesterday, the sale of the four-bedroom home closed escrow with a reported contract price of $2.7 million – officially $400K “over asking” (or $195K under... Read More »