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Former Giants Pitcher Tagged for a Million Dollar Loss

Former Giants Pitcher Tagged for a Million Dollar Loss

The 11,000-square-foot pad in Paradise Valley, Arizona, which former San Francisco Giants pitcher, Matt Cain, purchased for $5.5 million in 2013, has finally traded hands after two years on the market. Rebuilt in 2009, the five-bedroom, Tuscan-style home is finished in walnut, marble, mahogany and stone, with a bi-level... Read More »

Matt Cain’s Piece of Paradise Now Listed at a Loss

Matt Cain’s Piece of Paradise Now Listed at a Loss

As we reported two years ago, prior to Matt Cain’s retirement last year: Purchased for $5.5 million in 2013, San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain has put his 11,000-square-foot pad in Paradise Valley, Arizona on the market for $5.85 million. Rebuilt in 2009, the five-bedroom, Tuscan-style home at 5012... Read More »

Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

Giants’ Development Slated for Approval sans Anchor

In the works for over a decade, the official development agreement and approvals necessary for the San Francisco Giants to move forward with their massive (yes, massive) redevelopment of A&T Park’s Parking Lot A into “Mission Rock,” the plans for which include over 1.4 million square feet of office,... Read More »

Giants’ Development Pushed Back, Anchor Dropped from Plans

Giants’ Development Pushed Back, Anchor Dropped from Plans

The San Francisco Giants have pushed back the anticipated ground breaking for the first phase of their proposed Mission Rock Development to rise on AT&T Park’s Parking Lot A to “as early as 2019” or “as late as 2027.” And the Giants’ proposed redevelopment of Pier 48, upon which... Read More »

Impact of Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Revealed

Impact of Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Development Revealed

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) and refined plans for the San Francisco Giants’ proposed 28-acre Mission Rock project, which is slated to rise up to 240 feet in height on the Port of San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 (a.k.a. Giants Parking Lot A), have just been released along... Read More »

Refined Designs for Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Project Revealed

Refined Designs for Giants’ Massive Mission Rock Project Revealed

The conceptual design for the San Francisco Giants’ proposed 28-acre Mission Rock project, which is slated to rise up to 240 feet in height on San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 (a.k.a. AT&T Park’s Parking Lot A), has been refined, rendered anew and is slated to be presented to San... Read More »

Timmy Takes a Big Loss on the Sale of His Paradise Valley Pad

Timmy Takes a Big Loss on the Sale of His Paradise Valley Pad

Former San Francisco Giants ace turned Angel, Tim Lincecum, has taken a big league loss on the sale of his 11,028-square-foot home in Paradise Valley, Arizona. Purchased from former Pittsburgh Pirates first baseman, Kevin Young, for $3.4 million in 2012, Timmy listed the five-bedroom home, which features an indoor... Read More »

Matt Cain Pitching Arizona Pad for $5.85 Million

Matt Cain Pitching Arizona Pad for $5.85 Million

Purchased for $5.5 million in 2013, San Francisco Giants pitcher Matt Cain has put his 11,000-square-foot pad in Paradise Valley, Arizona on the market for $5.85 million. Rebuilt in 2009, the five-bedroom, Tuscan-style home at 5012 East Mockingbird Lane is finished in walnut, marble, mahogany and stone, with a... Read More »

Willie Mays Had a Hard Time Buying a House in San Francisco

Willie Mays Had a Hard Time Buying a House in San Francisco

Willie Mays, the legendary Giant, had a hard time buying a house in San Francisco. But it wasn’t for lack of funds. As recounted in San Francisco’s draft report intended to shed light on the development and evolution of the city’s African American communities and inform the future preservation... Read More »

Recognizing and Preserving San Francisco’s Diverse History

Recognizing and Preserving San Francisco’s Diverse History

Recognizing that San Francisco “has historically given short shrift to communities of color,” the City’s Planning Department has just finished drafting a 300-page report “to assist City staff and commissioners, property owners, business owners, residents and other stakeholders gain a better understanding of the development and evolution of San... Read More »