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The Renoir Hotel’s Storied History

The Renoir Hotel’s Storied History

A plugged-in reader and former employee of the Renoir Hotel provides a fantastic breakdown of the Mid-Market building’s storied history and transformation over time: The origins of the Renoir Hotel go actually back to the years 1900-1904 when famous San Francisco architect Albert Pissis designed and built the Callaghan... Read More »

Hibernia Bank Renovation Is Rolling, Will It Be Rocking As Well?

Hibernia Bank Renovation Is Rolling, Will It Be Rocking As Well?

The permits to renovate and restore the iconic Hibernia Bank building at 1 Jones Street have been issued and the scaffolding is finally starting to rise.  And a new Mid-Market “club” could be on the way. The planned exterior work to the building includes the enlargement of three window... Read More »

Historic Hibernia Bank Building: Then, Now And As Newly Proposed

Historic Hibernia Bank Building: Then, Now And As Newly Proposed

Designed by Albert Pissis and constructed in 1892, the Hibernia Bank Building at 1 Jones and McAllister survived, for the most part, San Francisco’s great quake and fire of 1906. The building’s interior was renovated and its dome was reconstructed after the quake, and in 1935 a penthouse “lounge... Read More »

Hibernia Bank Buyer Unmasked (The Dolmen Property Group)

Hibernia Bank Buyer Unmasked (The Dolmen Property Group)

The buyers of San Francisco’s long vacant Hibernia Bank have been unmasked, and J.K. Dineen has the scoop: it’s the Dolmen Property Group (think 2345 Harrison and Citrino). “Dolmen Property Group Managing Director Seamus Naughten said the $3.9 million investment is a long-term hold and that the plans for... Read More »

Long Vacant Hibernia Bank Sold, To Be Renovated And Rented

Long Vacant Hibernia Bank Sold, To Be Renovated And Rented

According to the Chronicle, the long vacant Hibernia Bank building at the corner of Market and Jones (1 Jones) has been sold for $3.95 million. According to broker Stanley Lo, “the buyer intends to improve the building and to make it rentable for business.” Read More »