Articles Recently Tagged: Russian Hill

(63 posts)
Royally Short On The 18th Floor At 1750 Taylor

Royally Short On The 18th Floor At 1750 Taylor

As we wrote in February: Purchased for $2,550,000 in December 2007 and unsuccessfully listed for sale five times since with prices ranging from $2,700,000 to $1,900,000, the Royal Towers (1750 Taylor) #1803 is now back on the market MLS and listed for $1,995,000 as a short sale. The new... Read More »

1945 Hyde As Proposed And Opposed In Russian Hill

1945 Hyde As Proposed And Opposed In Russian Hill

Built in 1920, the two-story and 19,739 square foot parking garage at the corner of Hyde and Russell contains 58 parking spaces. As proposed, the Russian Hill garage would be expanded by a floor and converted into a seven-unit residential project with fourteen parking spaces and a ground floor... Read More »

The Quintessence Of Russian Hill Living Or The Market As A Whole?

The Quintessence Of Russian Hill Living Or The Market As A Whole?

Purchased for $2,550,000 in December 2007 and unsuccessfully listed for sale five times since with prices ranging from $2,700,000 to $1,900,000, the Royal Towers (1750 Taylor) #1803 is now back on the market MLS and listed for $1,995,000 as a short sale. The new listing at 22 percent below... Read More »

Going For The Gold Green (And Platinum) Up In Russian Hill

Going For The Gold Green (And Platinum) Up In Russian Hill

It’s not listed on the MLS nor is the address identified on the Sotheby’s site, but it’s a plugged-in tipster that pegs the newly constructed LEED Platinum residence as 1209 Filbert which is now on the market asking $7,000,000. From our tipster: This is an interesting story as 1209... Read More »

A Green (And No Longer Confidential) Apple To Be On Russian Hill

A Green (And No Longer Confidential) Apple To Be On Russian Hill

Listed for $2,100,000 in April 2008, the two-bedroom Green Hill Tower (1070 Green) condo #902 sold with a “confidential” sale price reported on the MLS that June. As such, the list price of $2,100,000 would have been used when compiling MLS based median and average sale price reports. Public... Read More »

Royal Towers (1750 Taylor): Columns, Views, And Comps

Royal Towers (1750 Taylor): Columns, Views, And Comps

Okay, so columns aren’t really our thing (sorry Mike, marble or not). But we do like big views. And there aren’t many buildings in San Francisco from which a second floor unit provides a panoramic like this. Configured as a one-bedroom (and without one parking space), the 2,849 square... Read More »

Fit For A King San Francisco Mayor (Or Getty): 1101 Green #2001

Fit For A King San Francisco Mayor (Or Getty): 1101 Green #2001

Five weeks after a plugged-in reader reported the Mayor’s Bellaire Tower penthouse condo was on the market for $3,200,000 (which Matier & Ross confirmed three weeks later), 1101 Green Street #2001 has been listed. The price, however, has been reduced to $2,995,000. Once again, purchased from Peter Getty for... Read More »

The Royal Towers Developer’s Unit Returns (1750 Taylor #1701)

The Royal Towers Developer’s Unit Returns (1750 Taylor #1701)

As we wrote in our September 2007 scoop: Originally the developer’s unit, #1701 in The Royal Towers (1750 Taylor) boasts panoramic bridge to bridge (and everything in between) views, as well as the only gas range in the building (yes, it’s good to be the developer). And the 3,300... Read More »

945 Green #9: Eye Candy Abounds (Art, Design, Plan And Views)

945 Green #9: Eye Candy Abounds (Art, Design, Plan And Views)

945 Green Street #9 hit the market two weeks ago, but we’ve been saving the eye candy for an appropriate time. While there aren’t a ton of photos (and we’ll just ignore the duplicates), we like what we see. And that goes doubly so for the collection of art... Read More »

An Outstanding View (And Story Of Spite): Atop 947 Green Street

An Outstanding View (And Story Of Spite): Atop 947 Green Street

We’re not going to make a habit of publishing on the weekends, but we do prefer to kick them off with an outstanding view and perhaps a little history from the Russian Hill Neighbors (if not levity). is known as the “spite building.” (Not to be confused... Read More »