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Apples-To-Apples for a Central SoMa Penthouse Condo, Take Two

Apples-To-Apples for a Central SoMa Penthouse Condo, Take Two

As we wrote a year ago last month: “Speaking of list price reductions in San Francisco, the asking price for the “rarely available” corner one-bedroom unit #802 on a penthouse level of the Palms at 555 4th Street, a level which is outfitted with gas stoves and Sub-Zero refrigerators,... Read More »

Timing for 127-Unit SoMa Development to Rise

Timing for 127-Unit SoMa Development to Rise

While the building permits for the approved 127-unit apartment building to rise up to eight stories in height on the western side of 5th Street, between Shipley and Clara in Central SoMa, have yet to be issued, much less processed, Trammell Crow Residential is planning to break ground next... Read More »

SoMa Penthouse Nearly Fetches Its 2007 Price

SoMa Penthouse Nearly Fetches Its 2007 Price

Purchased for $850,000 in January of 2012, the two-story, 1,245-square-foot penthouse unit #827 at The Palms returned to the market listed for $1.399 million this past June. Reduced to $1.299 million and alternatively offered for rent at $5,450 a month, the sale of 555 4th Street #827 has now... Read More »

Renovated Loft in an Iconic Building Returns to 2014 Price

Renovated Loft in an Iconic Building Returns to 2014 Price

Listed for $1.395 million in July of 2014, reduced to $1.295 million that August and then re-listed anew for “$995,000” the next month, the 1,229-square-foot unit #310 in the iconic Heublein Building at 601 4th Street officially sold with “multiple offers!” and an “over asking” contract price of $1,095,000... Read More »

Plans to Double the Density of Development on Folsom

Plans to Double the Density of Development on Folsom

With the plans for a modern eight-story building to rise on the adjacent 980 Folsom Street parcel having been approved earlier this month, we now have the preliminary plans for an extra dense eight-story building to rise on the 984 Folsom Street site to share. While the front half... Read More »

In the Red at Blu

In the Red at Blu

Purchased for $1.458 million or roughly $1,185 per square foot in October 2015, the two-bedroom unit #7D at 631 Folsom Street (a.k.a. BLU), which includes a dedicated parking spot, two bathrooms and a den and is the largest two-bedroom floor plan in the building, returned to the market this... Read More »

Plans for an 18-Story Hotel to Rise upon Shuttered LuLu’s Site

Plans for an 18-Story Hotel to Rise upon Shuttered LuLu’s Site

As we first noted nine months ago: While the shuttering of Restaurant LuLu after 24 years at 816 Folsom Street appears to have caught some by surprise, the writing was on the wall if you knew where to look. Purchased for $1 million back in 1991, the parcel upon... Read More »

Plans for a 239-Room SoMa Hotel with a Rooftop Bar and Pool

Plans for a 239-Room SoMa Hotel with a Rooftop Bar and Pool

Plans for a 239-room Ennismore hotel to rise up to 8 stories in height across the irregularly shaped, 64-space Central SoMa parking lot parcel at 424 Brannan Street have been massed by Handel Architects and submitted to the City for review. As proposed, the hotel’s lobby would front Ritch... Read More »

127-Unit SoMa Development Streamlined and Reslated for Approval

127-Unit SoMa Development Streamlined and Reslated for Approval

While the public hearing for the proposed 127-unit development to rise up to 8 stories in height on the western side of 5th Street, between Shipley and Clara in Central SoMa, didn’t happen last month as originally calendared, the project has just secured an Eastern Neighborhoods Plan-based determination to... Read More »

Proposed 5th Street Hotel and Fewer Donuts Closer to Reality

Proposed 5th Street Hotel and Fewer Donuts Closer to Reality

As we first reported last year, the development team behind the proposed redevelopment of the All Stars Donuts shop site at 5th and Harrison had shifted gears and drafted plans for a hotel, rather than housing, to rise upon the 399 5th Street parcel. The plans for the eight-story,... Read More »