Articles Recently Tagged: Parkside

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Removing Rent-Controlled Tenants by Snitching on Oneself

Removing Rent-Controlled Tenants by Snitching on Oneself

A real estate agent purchased 2523 34th Avenue, which was listed as a two-bedroom Parkside home with an (unwarranted) two-bedroom in-law unit on the ground floor, both of which were tenant occupied, for $850,000 this past October. Within a few days, an anonymous complaint was filed with the City,... Read More »

Planning Code Could Derail Parkside Project

Planning Code Could Derail Parkside Project

Plans to raze the old Parkside Cleaners on the southwest corner of Taraval Street and 17th Avenue and construct a four-story building, with three 2,200-square-foot condos over 1,500 square feet of retail, are in the works. Standing in the way of the development: Section 145.1 of San Francisco’s Planning... Read More »

Drawing On The Sunset District Blueprint

Drawing On The Sunset District Blueprint

A half-block from Taraval, one of the three commercial corridors identified for investment and development in the Sunset District Blueprint, the single-family home at 2447 26th Avenue has some decent bones with which to work. And there’s plenty of room(s) for improvement. Listed with two bedrooms, one bath and... Read More »

Modern Parkside Home Sets A New Neighborhood Record

Modern Parkside Home Sets A New Neighborhood Record

Purchased for $1,286,000 in early 2007 having been listed for $1,350,000 in late 2006 following a “Dwell-style, Modern” makeover by Andy Rogers Design Studio, the Parkside home at 1967 29th Avenue just sold for $1,800,000 having been marketed at $1,200,000 last month. Measuring 2,200 square feet, call it $818... Read More »