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Best One-Bedroom at The Brannan Effectively Fetches Its 2016 Price

Best One-Bedroom at The Brannan Effectively Fetches Its 2016 Price

Purchased for $1.16 million in March of 2016, “the BEST one bedroom unit at the Brannan with panoramic breathtaking views of the City, Twin Peaks & Bay Bridge along with floor to ceiling windows and sliding glass doors” returned to the market this past January with a new Wolf... Read More »

Over Asking Sale for a ClockTower Loft Fails to Fetch 2015 Price

Over Asking Sale for a ClockTower Loft Fails to Fetch 2015 Price

Purchased for an “over asking” price of $1.45 million in early 2015, the ClockTower loft unit #C322 at 461 2nd Street returned to the market this past April listed for $1.395 million or roughly $915 per square foot. Reduced to $1.3 million in June, the “sophisticated top floor live/work... Read More »

Angling for a Bidding War to Fetch a 2015 Price

Angling for a Bidding War to Fetch a 2015 Price

Listed for $1.17 million, or roughly $768 per square foot, in January 2015, the ClockTower loft unit #C322 at 461 2nd Street quickly sold for an “over asking!” price of $1.45 million, or roughly $951 per square foot, and closed escrow within three weeks of being listed. This past... Read More »

More Sub-2015 Pricing in South Beach

More Sub-2015 Pricing in South Beach

Purchased as new for $952,000 or roughly $1,213 per square foot back in November 2015, the 785-square-foot, one-bedroom condo #403 at 72 Townsend Street returned to the market this past March priced at $998,000. While the re-sale of 72 Townsend Street #403 has now closed escrow with a contract... Read More »

Sub-2015 Pricing in South Beach

Sub-2015 Pricing in South Beach

Purchased as new for $952,000, or roughly $1,213 per square foot, in November 2015, the 785-square-foot, one-bedroom condo #403 at 72 Townsend Street, a “one-of-a-kind luxury mid-rise” building in the heart of South Beach, returned to the market last month priced at $998,000, a sale at which would represent total... Read More »

The Likely Fate of San Francisco’s Prominent Piers 30-32

The Likely Fate of San Francisco’s Prominent Piers 30-32

While the Port of San Francisco is in the process of updating its Waterfront Land Use Plan and examining potential uses for the City’s prominent Piers 30-32, the 13-acre site is likely to remain a deteriorating parking lot with sweeping Bay views for at least another decade, and possibly... Read More »

The Appeal Of 340 Bryant Street’s Creative Conversion

The Appeal Of 340 Bryant Street’s Creative Conversion

Plans to raze the former Machine Works building at 340 Bryant Street and build up to 150-condos on the site were explored but never pursued. Instead, the then-new owners decided to pursue a conversion of the industrial building, around which the eastbound HOV lanes for the Bay Bridge on-ramp wrap,... Read More »

A Dramatic Remodeling Of A Warehouse Loft

A Dramatic Remodeling Of A Warehouse Loft

Purchased for $965,000 in late 2008 with run of the mill floors and finishes and a sub-optimal use of its 1,410-square-foot space, the Oriental Warehouse loft #309 at 650 Delancey Street has been completely remodeled, with reclaimed Settlers’ Plank hardwood floors, new finishes, and a “reimagined” top floor with a... Read More »

San Francisco To Lure Lucas With Alternate Waterfront Site

San Francisco To Lure Lucas With Alternate Waterfront Site

With the Presidio Trust having rejected plans for a Lucas Cultural Arts Museum to rise across from Crissy Field, Mayor Lee is preparing to offer Seawall Lot 330 along the Embarcadero to Lucas as an alternate site upon which to build his museum. Currently zoned for building up to 65 feet... Read More »

Purchased For 37 Percent Less, Sold For 90 Percent More

Purchased For 37 Percent Less, Sold For 90 Percent More

The 475-square-foot “junior one bedroom” condo #629 at 177 Townsend Street was purchased for $466,000 in August of 2007 and resold for $295,000 in November of 2011. With “over 35K” since invested in the unit, including new floors and refinished cabinetry, the South Beach condo with parking was returned... Read More »