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Chef Pushing Forward with Plans for Former Oakland Fire Station

Chef Pushing Forward with Plans for Former Oakland Fire Station

An Oakland-based chef and restaurateur is close to closing escrow on the purchase of the former City of Oakland Fire Station No. 14 at 3455 Champion Street, around the corner from MacArthur Boulevard. And as proposed, Dominica Rice-Cisneros (think Cosecha Café) is planning to convert the Diamond District building... Read More »

A Noe Valley Landmark Resells for $225K Less

A Noe Valley Landmark Resells for $225K Less

Purchased by a tech entrepreneur for $5.55 million in the fourth quarter of 2013, the converted Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44 at 3816 22nd Street returned to the market in October 2015 priced at $6.898 million. Withdrawn from the MLS at the end of 2015 without a reported sale,... Read More »

Million Dollar Cut for This Noe Valley Landmark

Million Dollar Cut for This Noe Valley Landmark

Purchased by a tech entrepreneur for $5.55 million in the fourth quarter of 2013, the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street returned to the market at the end of 2015 listed for $6.898 million, touting a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” (for the third time in five years). Withdrawn from... Read More »

Landmark Firehouse 8 on the Market for $7.35 Million

Landmark Firehouse 8 on the Market for $7.35 Million

Built in 1917 and landmarked in 1988, the Russian Hill firehouse at 1648 Pacific Avenue was sold in a city auction for $1.8 million in 2007. The buyers, Gavin Jefferies and Teresa Nittolo, spent the next six years upgrading, expanding and converting the space – which had been home... Read More »

A Giant Elk and Entrepreneur Exit Noe Valley for Cow Hollow

A Giant Elk and Entrepreneur Exit Noe Valley for Cow Hollow

As we first reported when the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street sold for $5.55 million in 2013, the buyer was technically the “Megaloceros, LLC,” behind which a tech entrepreneur was hidden. Two weeks ago, Megaloceros purchased the modern Cow Hollow home at 1864 Greenwich Street for... Read More »

Princess Diaries Firehouse Sells For $1.85 Million

Princess Diaries Firehouse Sells For $1.85 Million

Originally listed for $2.6 million, the Excelsior District firehouse at 724 Brazil Avenue which served as the setting for “Mia’s house” in the Princess Diaries has sold for $1,850,000, a sale which will be considered to have been “at asking” according to industry reports as the list price was... Read More »

Princess Diaries Firehouse Price Dropped Another $425K

Princess Diaries Firehouse Price Dropped Another $425K

Listed for $2.6 million this past October and then reduced to $2.275 million in November, the list price for the Excelsior District firehouse which served as the setting for Mia’s house in the Princess Diaries has just been reduced another $425,000, now asking $1,850,000. Or to quote the listing: “Seller... Read More »

A $325K Price Cut For The Princess Diaries Firehouse

A $325K Price Cut For The Princess Diaries Firehouse

Listed for $2.6 million last month, the asking price for the Excelsior District firehouse which served as the setting for Mia’s house in the Princess Diaries has just been reduced by $325,000. Built in 1911 for the horse-drawn Engine Company 43, the firehouse at 724 Brazil Avenue includes over... Read More »

Looking For A Storied San Francisco Firehouse?

Looking For A Storied San Francisco Firehouse?

Used as the setting for Mia’s house in the Princess Diaries, as opposed to her high school, the Engine Company 43 firehouse was built at 724 Brazil Avenue in 1911, with over 4,500 square feet of building space on a double lot. Designed for horse-drawn carriages, the lower level... Read More »

A Giant Elk Paid $5,550,000 For The Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44

A Giant Elk Paid $5,550,000 For The Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44

Briefly on the market for $5,250,000 this past September, the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street quickly sold for $5,550,000 or $955 per square foot and the buyer was an extinct giant elk. Okay, so the buyer wasn’t actually an extinct giant elk but rather the “Megaloceros,... Read More »