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Aiming For A Record-Shattering Cole Valley Sale

Aiming For A Record-Shattering Cole Valley Sale

While it’s not yet listed, the completely re-built Cole Valley home at 150 Carmel is about to hit the market with an asking price of $7.69 million, a sale at which would not only make it the most expensive home in the neighborhood, but would be nearly double the $3.9... Read More »

Record-Setting Noe Home Sells For $2.6M Less Than Last Year

Record-Setting Noe Home Sells For $2.6M Less Than Last Year

Purchased by a young tech couple for a record setting $7 million twelve months ago, after which the couple quietly acquired the adjacent parcel to the west, upon which they were planning to build an underground addition and private urban playground, the 6,000-square-foot home at 625 Duncan Street returned... Read More »

A Record Setting South Park Sale And Modern $8M Compound?

A Record Setting South Park Sale And Modern $8M Compound?

The sale of the two new South Park condos in the modern four-story building which has replaced a former two-story home, “with no discernible architectural style,” at 147 South Park have closed escrow with a combined contract price of exactly $8 million: $3,005,000 for the second floor unit #1 and $4,995,000... Read More »

Record High Median Home Price In San Francisco, But Sales Tank

Record High Median Home Price In San Francisco, But Sales Tank

Having hit a record high of $1,072,500 this past November, the median price paid for a home in San Francisco dropped to $885,500 in January but returned to a record high $1,092,500 in February, a 23.4 percent jump over the past month and 15.6 percent higher versus the same time last... Read More »

Pacific Heights Penthouse Sale Smashes SF Real Estate Records

Pacific Heights Penthouse Sale Smashes SF Real Estate Records

The 10th floor of the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street has traded hands in a hush-hush deal and at a price point never before seen in San Francisco. While the seller had been privately seeking as much as $35 million for the 5,400-square-foot, full-floor unit #10, according... Read More »

The Priciest Apartment In San Francisco At $3,165 Per Square Foot

The Priciest Apartment In San Francisco At $3,165 Per Square Foot

Referenced by a plugged-in reader last week, while the 3,318-square-foot unit #1601 within The Royal Towers at 1750 Taylor Street isn’t listed on the MLS, it is for sale and asking $10.5 million, a sale at which would make it the priciest apartment (condo/co-op) in San Francisco at $3,165... Read More »

Seeking $3K Per Square Foot On Russian Hill

Seeking $3K Per Square Foot On Russian Hill

Purchased for $3.65 million fourteen months ago in a relatively original state, the three-bedroom unit #1501 at 1070 Green Street (a.k.a. the “Green Hill Tower” which was constructed in 1961) has been completely remodeled by April Sheldon Design and Black Mountain Construction. The floors are now European oak with... Read More »

South Park’s Two Newest, And Most Expensive, Modern Condos

South Park’s Two Newest, And Most Expensive, Modern Condos

The two South Park condos in the modern four-story building which has replaced a former two-story home, “with no discernible architectural style,” at 147 South Park are now on the market and asking a combined $8 million for the two three-bedroom units: $2,995,000 for the second floor unit #1... Read More »

Record-Setting Glen Park Sale Breaks The $4M Mark

Record-Setting Glen Park Sale Breaks The $4M Mark

While the sale of the newly remodeled home at 162 Randall for $3.995 million a few weeks ago came close, having closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of $4.2 million, or roughly $1,235 per square foot, the sale of 233 Laidley is the first Glen Park home... Read More »

Mega Condos Could Top Two San Francisco Towers, Set A Record

Mega Condos Could Top Two San Francisco Towers, Set A Record

Tishman Speyer is quietly exploring the possibility of merging up to twelve three-bedroom units atop the two towers rising at 201 Folsom Street (a.k.a. LUMINA). At the extreme, the eight three-bedroom units across the 41st and 42nd floors of LUMINA’s Tower B could be combined into one mega-duplex measuring... Read More »

Scoop: The “Copper House” Is Bernal’s First $3M Home

Scoop: The “Copper House” Is Bernal’s First $3M Home

As we wrote when we first reported the record breaking sale of 152 Elsie last week, “the quiet sale of another Bernal Heights home which was never officially on the market is poised to blow away the $2.3 million record.” And this afternoon, the sale of 171 Ripley was officially added... Read More »

Million Dollar Price Cut For Record-Setting Noe Home

Million Dollar Price Cut For Record-Setting Noe Home

Purchased by a young tech couple for a record setting $7 million nine months ago, after which the couple quietly acquired the adjacent parcel to the west upon which they were planning to build an underground addition and private urban playground, the 6,000-square-foot home at 625 Duncan Street returned to the market... Read More »

Record Setting Bernal Sale Didn’t Include A Parking Spot

Record Setting Bernal Sale Didn’t Include A Parking Spot

Newly constructed upon a previously vacant Bernal Heights parcel, the contemporary four-level home at 152 Elise Street features an open floor plan on the main level, two bedrooms on the level above, another two bedrooms on the level below, and a media/family room on the lowest level. What the... Read More »

San Francisco’s Unemployment Rate Under 4%, Lowest In 9 Years

San Francisco’s Unemployment Rate Under 4%, Lowest In 9 Years

Employment in San Francisco hit a new all-time high in December and the unemployment rate dropped to 3.8 percent, the first time the unemployment rate in the city has been under 4 percent since 2007 and the lowest rate in nine years. The drop in San Francisco’s unemployment rate... Read More »

S.F. Median Home Price Hits A Record High, And Sales Take A Hit

S.F. Median Home Price Hits A Record High, And Sales Take A Hit

Having rebounded in October, San Francisco homes sales took a big hit in November, with the sales volume dropping nearly 26 percent from the month before and running over 20 percent lower versus the same time last year.  And while the sales volume in San Francisco typically dips from... Read More »