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Original Top Chef Home Facing Foreclosure (Again)

Original Top Chef Home Facing Foreclosure (Again)

The asking price for the very first ‘Top Chef’ home at 3159 Baker Street, which has been on and off the market in the Marina and listed for as much as $6.5 million since 2009, was reduced to $4.488 million earlier this week. At the same time, the owners... Read More »

Trophy Home Slated for Foreclosure (Again)

Trophy Home Slated for Foreclosure (Again)

As we noted when 224 Sea Cliff Avenue was listed as a “spectacular trophy home with HUGE potential!” for $19.675 million at the end of last year, “while the property appears to remain under the control of Brugnara Properties, numerous liens, notices of default and new deeds of trust... Read More »

Bankruptcy Saves High-End Development Site from Foreclosure

Bankruptcy Saves High-End Development Site from Foreclosure

While on the market with an $8.9 million price tag, touting “a great starting point for a high-end housing development,” the Green Street Auto Body garage at 1776 Green Street was also scheduled to hit the courthouse steps and be foreclosed upon this afternoon. A bankruptcy filing has postponed... Read More »

Crowdfunding Gone Wrong on Telegraph Hill

Crowdfunding Gone Wrong on Telegraph Hill

Purchased as “an amazing opportunity to reinvent a special and historically rich residence on a coveted Telegraph Hill cul-de-sac” for $1.65 million in 2013, the buyers of the two-unit building at 25 Alta are now racing to sell before they’re foreclosed upon. Originally financed with a $2 million construction... Read More »

A Race to (Fore)Close in Saint Francis Wood

A Race to (Fore)Close in Saint Francis Wood

Purchased for $910,000 in 2003 having sat empty for 25 years, the St. Francis Wood home at 250 Santa Paula Avenue, which was originally designed by noted architect Angus McSweeney, returned to the market listed for $2,995,000 in 2008, following a major renovation and expansion to five floors connected... Read More »

Another Dreambuilders Flip Is about to Flop

Another Dreambuilders Flip Is about to Flop

Purchased for $1.3 million in September 2013, plans for a major renovation and expansion of the Noe Valley home at 639 Grand View Avenue were drawn, permits were requested, and the property was then flipped to “SS Dreambuilders LLC,” a name should sound familiar to those who are plugged-in,... Read More »

Upp Yours!  Foreclosed upon Pac Heights Landlord is Fighting Back

Upp Yours! Foreclosed upon Pac Heights Landlord is Fighting Back

The infamous Arden Van Upp has filed suit to void the $5.5 million Mortgage which led to yesterday’s foreclosure of her Pacific Heights home on Steiner Street. According to the complaint filed in Superior Court yesterday and forwarded by a plugged-in tipster, Ms. Van Upp was the victim of... Read More »

Infamous Local Landlord Foreclosed upon in Pacific Heights

Infamous Local Landlord Foreclosed upon in Pacific Heights

The Pacific Heights home of the infamous Arden Van Upp, who had already been bounced from the dilapidated Bourn Mansion by way of a bankruptcy sale back in 2009, was foreclosed upon this afternoon. As we first reported about the pending sale a couple of months ago, the two-unit... Read More »

An Infamous Local Landlord Is Facing Foreclosure, Again

An Infamous Local Landlord Is Facing Foreclosure, Again

Having been bounced from the dilapidated Bourn Mansion, which was slated to be foreclosed upon and subsequently sold in a bankruptcy sale back in 2009, the infamous Arden Van Upp retreated to the two-unit building she owns at 2807-2809 Steiner Street, a building which is now headed for a... Read More »

Purchased Last Year, Foreclosed upon This Week

Purchased Last Year, Foreclosed upon This Week

Listed for “$800,000” early last year, or roughly $560 per square foot in an area where properties had been selling for around twice as much, it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that 48-50 Pond Street in the Castro sold for $1,310,000 and nearly “65 percent over... Read More »