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$250K Shaved From Award-Winning “Flip House” Price

$250K Shaved From Award-Winning “Flip House” Price

Originally listed for $3.495 million in July, the list price for the Anne Fougeron designed “Flip House” at 664 Wisconsin Street has just been reduced by $250K, now asking $3.245 million for the modern Potrero Hill home. Read More »

Designs For Modern Potrero Hill Development On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Designs For Modern Potrero Hill Development On Texas, Yee-Haw!

If approved next week, a five-story building with 91 condos and 600 square feet of corner retail space could rise at the eastern end of Potrero Hill, fronting Texas, 22nd and Mississippi Streets.  As proposed, sixty percent of the condos would be two-bedrooms or larger and average a little over 870 square feet apiece. Designed Read More »

Harold and Lena’s Home Sells For A Little Less Than In 2007

Harold and Lena’s Home Sells For A Little Less Than In 2007

Designed by Daniel Solomon for Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud (one of the bedrooms was originally her rehearsal studio) and her husband, recording artist and producer Pat Gleeson (another of the bedrooms was originally his recording studio), the modern Potrero Hill home at 610 Rhode Island sold for $2,551,000 in August of 2007. As we wrote Read More »

Yellow Cab Appears To Be Staying Put, Expanding In San Francisco

Yellow Cab Appears To Be Staying Put, Expanding In San Francisco

As we first reported last year, the Yellow Cab Cooperative of San Francisco has been offering to sell its six-acre headquarters at 1200 Mississippi Street for $16,000,000 and deliver it vacant.  And while we didn’t have the official word on what the next move for the Cooperative might be, the Cooperative’s President and General Manager quickly chimed in: Read More »

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 »

Modern Potrero Hill Circa 1989 And Coming Soon

Modern Potrero Hill Circa 1989 And Coming Soon

Designed by Daniel Solomon and built in 1989 for Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud (one of the bedrooms was originally her rehearsal studio) and her husband, recording artist and producer Pat Gleeson (one of the bedrooms was originally his recording studio), the modern home at 610 Rhode Island hit the market in 2007 asking $2,300,000 Read More »

Plans Emerge For Conversion Of Potrero Hill Convalescent Home

Plans Emerge For Conversion Of Potrero Hill Convalescent Home

With the owner having retired and the convalescent home at 331 Pennsylvania Avenue having closed, plans to convert the historic three-story building which was constructed by the Bethlehem Steel Company in 1916 and first served as the Union Iron Works Hospital into six residential units have emerged. As proposed, a two-story addition would be constructed Read More »

A Showcase Connection Between Potrero, Dogpatch, And The Bay

A Showcase Connection Between Potrero, Dogpatch, And The Bay

One of five designs to showcase San Francisco’s Green Connections project, a 115 mile network of walking and biking paths to crisscross San Francisco, the concept for connecting Potrero Hill and Dogpatch includes a staircase and improved pathway along the 22nd street right of way, linking Potrero to Dogpatch’s commercial core; improvements to the 22nd Read More »

Historic Potrero Hill Convalescent Home Probably Going Condo

Historic Potrero Hill Convalescent Home Probably Going Condo

With the owner retiring, the 42-bed Mission Bay Convalescent Hospital at 331 Pennsylvania Avenue will be shuttered on February 24 and the historic Potrero Hill property will be sold. While a buyer has yet to be identified, according to The Potrero View and the broker handling the sale, it’s “probably condos” in the works. Designed Read More »

The Yellow Cab Cooperative Of San Francisco’s Next Move

The Yellow Cab Cooperative Of San Francisco’s Next Move

As we reported earlier this week, the Yellow Cab Cooperative of San Francisco is offering to sell its six-acre headquarters at 1200 Mississippi Street for $16,000,000 and deliver it vacant. While we didn’t have the official word on what the next move for the Cooperative might be, now we do. From the Cooperative’s President and Read More »

San Francisco’s Yellow Cab Cooperative Could Be Cashing Out

San Francisco’s Yellow Cab Cooperative Could Be Cashing Out

With revenues for taxi companies in San Francisco having dropped an estimated 30 percent over the past year thanks to “ridesharing” startups such at Lyft, Sidecar and UberX, and land values rebounding (thanks to startups such at Lyft, Sidecar and UberX), the largest cab company in the city, the Yellow Cab Cooperative, has quietly put Read More »

Potrero Hill Development Proposal: 101 Units On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Potrero Hill Development Proposal: 101 Units On Texas, Yee-Haw!

Trumark Homes is testing the development waters in San Francisco having quietly proposed to demolish the two twenty-two foot buildings at 645 Texas Street on the south side of Potrero Hill in order to construct a 40-foot-tall building with 101 residential units which would front Mississippi and 22nd Streets as well. In terms of unit Read More »

Rebuild Potrero: The Master Plan, Timeline And Community Events

Rebuild Potrero: The Master Plan, Timeline And Community Events

The master planning process for the redevelopment of the 33-acre Potrero Annex and Terrace public housing development continues to move forward as part of Hope SF. As proposed, the Rebuild Potrero project would not only rebuild the current 606 public housing units but add 350-500 BMR units, 450-600 market rate units, 10,000-20,000 square feet of Read More »

Strike Up The Band, 610 Rhode Island (“Kronos House”) Returns

Strike Up The Band, 610 Rhode Island (“Kronos House”) Returns

On the market in 2007 asking $2,300,000, the Daniel Solomon designed 610 Rhode Island (a.k.a. Kronos House) garnered four offers and sold for $2,551,000 that August. Quietly on the market for the past few months asking $2,500,000, the list price is being lowered to $2,400,000 and the house should officially hit the MLS next week. Read More »

610 Rhode Island From The Inside (Literally And Figuratively)

610 Rhode Island From The Inside (Literally And Figuratively)

So here’s the inside scoop on 610 Rhode Island. Designed by Daniel Solomon, the home was built in 1989 for Kronos Quartet cellist Joan Jeanrenaud (one of the bedrooms was originally her rehearsal studio) and her husband, recording artist and producer Pat Gleeson (one of the bedrooms was originally his recording studio). The current owners/sellers Read More »