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Award Winning Potrero Hill “Flip House” Hits The Market For $3.5M

Award Winning Potrero Hill “Flip House” Hits The Market For $3.5M

The Anne Fougeron designed “Flip House,” an award winning modern renovation of a 1930s Potrero Hill rowhouse on Wisconsin Street, has just hit the market listed for $3,495,000. From Fougeron Architecture with respect to the 2012 project which cost $850,000 and why 664 Wisconsin was dubbed the “Flip House”: The Challenge: To reconnect an erratic Read More »

San Francisco’s Transbay District Rising And Urban Living Room

San Francisco’s Transbay District Rising And Urban Living Room

Believe it or not, that’s a slice of San Francisco’s not too distant future skyline rendered above, a view from the elevated Transbay Park, looking south towards the 550-foot tower of Transbay Block 8 (which is in the works) and the 400-foot tower of Transbay Block 9 (which is already rising). From Fougeron Architecture, the architects of Read More »

Designs For Another 259 Dogpatch Apartments Up For Approval

Designs For Another 259 Dogpatch Apartments Up For Approval

As plugged-in people have long known to expect, designs to raze the southern portion of the Dogpatch block bounded by Third, 23rd, and Tennessee Streets have been drawn with plans to construct a six-story building with 259 rental units over parking for 147 cars and 259 bikes, and 2,300 square feet of retail, on the Read More »

Rem Koolhaas Design Selected For Folsom Street Tower

Rem Koolhaas Design Selected For Folsom Street Tower

With a winning bid of $72 Million for San Francisco’s Transbay Block 8, the City’s Office of Community Investment and Infrastructure has selected Related California to develop a 550-foot residential tower, podium, and low-rise project along Folsom Street. Related is working with architect Rem Koolhaas and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) on the master Read More »

Modern Hayes Valley Development Breaks Ground, Opening 2014

Modern Hayes Valley Development Breaks Ground, Opening 2014

DDG and DM Development have just broken ground on 400 Grove Street, the modern 34-unit Hayes Valley development designed by Fougeron Architecture to rise at the corner of Grove and Gough Streets. Reaching a maximum height of five stories, the 400 Grove Street building includes a little over 2,000 square feet of ground floor commercial Read More »

New Condos At 400 Grove Street Up For Approval And Not Unopposed

New Condos At 400 Grove Street Up For Approval And Not Unopposed

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, the approval of 34 new condos and a cafe to be built at 400 Grove Street at the corner of Gough, also known as Central Freeway Parcel H, currently a Hayes Valley parking lot. The full scoop, design and opposition, click any of the renderings Read More »

Tehama Grasshopper (431 Tehama) Comes Hopping Back

Tehama Grasshopper (431 Tehama) Comes Hopping Back

According to a plugged-in tipster, the 5,000 square foot Fougeron Architecture designed “Tehama Grasshopper” loft also known as 431 Tehama #2 is hopping back on the market. Listed in August 2009 asking $4,128,000, the 2007 AIA Tour home was withdrawn from the market in February 2010 and will be listed for $3,995,000 in 2011. This Read More »

A Bit Of Listing Transparency In Light Of Its Design: 3537 21st Street

A Bit Of Listing Transparency In Light Of Its Design: 3537 21st Street

From the architect’s website with respect to their “21 House” (a.k.a. 3537 21st Street): This remodel of a kitchen and bathroom in a San Francisco Victorian explores the effects of transparency in both the literal/material sense and the phenomenal sense. Exterior and interior glass walls allow light to create a continuous, multiple readings of space Read More »

Fougeron’s “Tehama Grasshopper” (431 Tehama #2) Hits The Market

Fougeron’s “Tehama Grasshopper” (431 Tehama #2) Hits The Market

On San Francisco’s AIA Home Tour in 2007. On the cover and inside Metropolitan Home in 2008. And now on the market and asking $4,128,000 in 2009, it’s the Fougeron Architecture designed “Tehama Grasshopper” otherwise know as 431 Tehama #2. Read More »