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Plans For Condos To Rise On Embattled Lombard Street Site

Plans For Condos To Rise On Embattled Lombard Street Site

When Pet Food Express lost their battle to occupy the former Blockbuster space on Lombard Street, a non-chain pet store (Wolf & Lion) was granted a lease, but it’s likely not for long.  For behind the scenes, plans to level the site and construct a four-story building with 53 condos... Read More »

Meticulously Restored, Renovated And On The Market For $6.9M

Meticulously Restored, Renovated And On The Market For $6.9M

Managing to restore and preserve its original architecture while “bringing the home into the 21 century,” the current owners of the 5,900-square-foot Spanish Mediterranean home at 3560 Baker Street have meticulously and extensively remodeled the property. The home’s new kitchen is contemporary and clean.  And it fits right in.... Read More »

Marijuana Coming To The Marina?

Marijuana Coming To The Marina?

The new owners of a Lombard Street building have hired an attorney to explore the possibility of opening the first (legal) medical marijuana dispensary in the Marina. Having determined that the United Studios of Self-Defense, a martial arts studio a few doors down from the possible dispensary site at... Read More »

Former Giants Party Pad Facing Strike Three

Former Giants Party Pad Facing Strike Three

The one-time Marina party pad of former San Francisco Giants’ pitchers Brian Wilson and Barry Zito, 3157 Baker Street was on the market in 2008 for $5,000,000 before being relisted for $3,695,000 in 2010 as the “former residence to celebrity chef, CEOs, professional athletes” and then offered for... Read More »

Lack Of Diversity Cited As Reason To Deny Marina Store

Lack Of Diversity Cited As Reason To Deny Marina Store

Back in 2009, Pet Food Express was blocked from renovating and occupying the former Blockbuster Video store on Lombard at Divisadero due to “public opposition based on the competitive advantage of Formula Retail” and the Lombard Street site has sat vacant ever since. As we wrote last month with... Read More »

A Flip-Flop For Pet Food Express And Formula Retail In SF?

A Flip-Flop For Pet Food Express And Formula Retail In SF?

Due to “public opposition based on the competitive advantage of Formula Retail,” San Francisco’s Planning Commission voted 5 to 2 to deny Pet Food Express’ application to renovate and occupy the former Blockbuster Video store on Lombard at Divisadero in 2009. The site has sat vacant since. With a... Read More »

San Francisco Realty TV: Fear The Beard Foreclosure

San Francisco Realty TV: Fear The Beard Foreclosure

A plugged-in reader pegged it as the place San Francisco Giants Brian Wilson and Barry Zito once rented while we pegged it as the “Marina Mansion” seeking $13,500 a month in rent last year. Listed for sale at $5,000,000 in 2008 and then $3,695,000 in 2010, 3157 Baker Street... Read More »

Turn Down The CornuFé, This Apple Appears To Be Done

Turn Down The CornuFé, This Apple Appears To Be Done

The sale of the single-family home at 159 Cervantes closed escrow last week with a reported contract price of $1,875,000, just 1 percent ($20,000) under asking but 9 percent ($175,000) under its purchase price of $2,050,000 in June 2007. Read More »

A Hollywood Ending (And Not) For 3157 Baker Street

A Hollywood Ending (And Not) For 3157 Baker Street

While the Craigslist post doesn’t note the address (and omits a picture of the façade), we’ll peg the five bedroom “Marina Mansion for Rent” asking $13,500 a month as the one-time Top Chef house at 3157 Baker Street that was last listed for sale at $3,695,000 (down from $5,000,000... Read More »

Would The Real Top Chef San Francisco House Please Stand Up?

Would The Real Top Chef San Francisco House Please Stand Up?

The listing for 3157 Baker Street boasts: “Former residence to celebrity chef, CEOs, professional athletes…” Asking $5,000,000 in 2008, down to $3,695,000 in 2010. And we’re sorry to report, our Top Chef Aficionados might have been off by a house last year. Read More »