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The Surprisingly Sophisticated Design for a Tower on Mission

The Surprisingly Sophisticated Design for a Tower on Mission

From a distance, the Heller Manus design for the proposed 54-story tower at 518 Mission Street, the shorter of the two Oceanwide Center towers to rise at Mission and First, might look rather plain. But the closer you get, the more detail is revealed, including the tower’s oversized window... Read More »

Plans for the Ultimate San Francisco Penthouse

Plans for the Ultimate San Francisco Penthouse

While the 15,000-square-foot penthouse atop LUMINA’s 42-story Tower B is on the market for $49 million, the existence of which we first reported last year, there’s an even bigger and higher floor penthouse in the works in San Francisco. As currently envisioned and rendered above, the entire top floor... Read More »

G’s Infamous Penthouse Delisted without a Reported Sale

G’s Infamous Penthouse Delisted without a Reported Sale

As we first reported earlier this month, the infamous Gurbaksh Chahal’s penthouse atop the Infinity had just been listed anew with an official ‘1’ day on the market and an ‘original’ asking price of $7.995 million, an effective reduction of $4 million from its asking price of $12 million... Read More »

Another Million Dollar Cut for G’s Infamous Infinity Penthouse

Another Million Dollar Cut for G’s Infamous Infinity Penthouse

As plugged-in people know, the infamous Gurbaksh Chahal (a.k.a. “G”) has been trying to unload his 3,355-square-foot penthouse unit #37B atop the Infinity at 301 Main Street for nearly a year and was originally asking an unlisted $12 million for the pad. Quietly listed for $8.8 million four months later,... Read More »

Another Reduction For The Remodeled Penthouse Atop The Hamilton

Another Reduction For The Remodeled Penthouse Atop The Hamilton

Remodeled and listed for $5.25 million in 2013, the asking price for the 3,900-square-foot penthouse atop the Hamilton at 631 O’Farrell Street was reduced to $4.25 million in early 2014 and then to $3.95 million six months later. While briefly in contract earlier this year, the listing for the... Read More »

The Infamous “G” Slashes Infinity Penthouse Price by 27 Percent

The Infamous “G” Slashes Infinity Penthouse Price by 27 Percent

While it was never officially listed on the MLS, the infamous Gurbaksh Chahal (a.k.a. “G”) has been trying to unload his 3,355 square foot penthouse unit #37B atop the Infinity at 301 Main Street for $12 million, as we first reported in April. And last night, the penthouse was... Read More »

‘Over Asking’ But $100K Less Than 5 Months Ago

‘Over Asking’ But $100K Less Than 5 Months Ago

The Park Hill penthouse unit #701W which was purchased for $1.1 million five months ago returned to the market listed for $995,000 in May. This past Friday, the sale of the renovated one-bedroom quietly closed escrow with a reported contract price of $1 million, officially ‘over asking’ according to... Read More »

Park Hill Penthouse Listed For $100K Less Than Recent Sale

Park Hill Penthouse Listed For $100K Less Than Recent Sale

Built as St. Joseph’s Hospital in 1926, with a façade that was cast as the sanatorium in Alfred Hitchcock’s Vertigo, 355 Buena Vista Avenue East was converted to the Park Hill condominiums in 1986. And the Park Hill penthouse unit #701W which was purchased for $1.1 million three months... Read More »

Mint Plaza Penthouse Fetches $4M

Mint Plaza Penthouse Fetches $4M

Listed for $4.5 million last July, the price for the 3,221 square foot penthouse atop the Silver Building, which fronts Mint Plaza at 424 Jessie Street, was reduced to $4.3 million in November and then relisted and reduced to $3.995 million last month. Yesterday, the sale of the three-level... Read More »

The Infamous “G” Unloading Infinity Penthouse, Asking $12M

The Infamous “G” Unloading Infinity Penthouse, Asking $12M

The infamous Gurbaksh Chahal (a.k.a. “G”) purchased the penthouse unit #37B atop the first tower of The Infinity at 301 Main Street for $6.925 million in early 2008 and spent a million dollars upgrading the 3,355 square foot condo, a budget which included a reported $250K in marble flooring... Read More »