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The First Glen Park Home to Break the $5 Million Mark

The First Glen Park Home to Break the $5 Million Mark

Having just closed escrow for $5.4 million, the newly built home at 80 Laidley Street is now the most expensive home sale on record in Glen Park, easily surpassing the $4.31 million sale of 147 Laidley last year. The record-setting price was aided in part by the sheer size... Read More »

A Record-Smashing Deal on San Francisco’s Waterfront

A Record-Smashing Deal on San Francisco’s Waterfront

The Hong Kong-based SRE Group has purchased an 80 percent stake in the eight-story parking garage at 75 Howard Street, a waterfront site which is fully approved and permitted for a 20-story, 120-unit condominium tower to rise. And according to the Business Times, the price for the majority stake... Read More »

Bay Area Single-Family Home Values Hit an All-Time High

Bay Area Single-Family Home Values Hit an All-Time High

Having slipped at the beginning of the year, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index for single-family home values within the San Francisco Metropolitan Area – which includes the East Bay, North Bay and Peninsula – ticked up 1.2 percent in February to an all-time high. The overall index for single-family... Read More »

The Real Story behind This $40 Million Spec Home

The Real Story behind This $40 Million Spec Home

The $40 million spec home at 2712 Broadway up on Billionaires Row, which the Wall Street Journal profiled yesterday, has actually been on the market for a few months. And in fact, a number of plugged-in readers have been interested. But a flag (or two) has been raised. In... Read More »

The First Home in Albany to Break the $2 Million Mark

The First Home in Albany to Break the $2 Million Mark

Listed for $1.685 million on the first of March, the sale of the remodeled Craftsman home at 1613 Sonoma Avenue, over in Albany, has already closed escrow. And with a contract price of $2.45 million, or roughly $1,040 per square foot, it’s the first home sale in the city... Read More »

Cesar Chavez Project Site on the Market at a Near-Record Price

Cesar Chavez Project Site on the Market at a Near-Record Price

Approved for a 24-unit development to rise up to six stories in height on the Mission District site, with 20 two-bedrooms and 4 one-bedrooms over a 761 square foot retail space and a garage for six cars, the 3620 Cesar Chavez Street parcel and plans are now on the... Read More »

Office Rents Hit a Record High in SF but Barely Budged Last Year

Office Rents Hit a Record High in SF but Barely Budged Last Year

Having slipped for the first time since 2010 in the third quarter of last year, the average asking rent for office space in San Francisco inched up 0.8 percent in the fourth quarter and ended 2016 at a record high of $69.77 per square foot per year, up a... Read More »

Designer Noe Pad Priced at $6.8 Million

Designer Noe Pad Priced at $6.8 Million

While it hasn’t yet been listed for sale, the asking price for the designer five-bedroom home at 4352 26th Street has been set at $6.8 million or roughly $1,420 per finished square foot for the new 4,800-square-foot pad. A sale at asking would make the 26th Street pad the... Read More »

2016 Ending with Bay Area House Values at a Record High

2016 Ending with Bay Area House Values at a Record High

Having slipped in September, the Case-Shiller Index for single-family home values within the San Francisco Metropolitan Area – which includes the East Bay, North Bay and Peninsula – inched up 0.6 percent to a record high in October while the index for Bay Area condo values was unchanged. On... Read More »

Pac Heights Compound Fetches $18.1 Million

Pac Heights Compound Fetches $18.1 Million

Purchased as a legal three-unit building for $7.3 million in early 2014 and then gutted, merged, expanded and “restored,” 2476 Broadway returned to the market listed as a “Stately Pacific Heights Compound” for $22 million this past May. Reduced to $19.5 million in August, the property was in contract... Read More »