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Zestimated at $8.1 Million Last Year, sold for $4.55 Million Last Week

Zestimated at $8.1 Million Last Year, sold for $4.55 Million Last Week

With a “Zestimate” of $8.1 million, the “rare and extraordinary…Telegraph Terrace Penthouse” unit #20 at 175 Francisco Street hit the market priced at $7.5 million in June of last year. Reduced to $6.5 million in September and then to $6.0 million the following month, the Telegraph Hill condo was... Read More »

Crowdfunding Gone Wrong on Telegraph Hill

Crowdfunding Gone Wrong on Telegraph Hill

Purchased as “an amazing opportunity to reinvent a special and historically rich residence on a coveted Telegraph Hill cul-de-sac” for $1.65 million in 2013, the buyers of the two-unit building at 25 Alta are now racing to sell before they’re foreclosed upon. Originally financed with a $2 million construction... Read More »

Hill Dwellers Seek ‘Right-Sizing’ of Affordable Development Below

Hill Dwellers Seek ‘Right-Sizing’ of Affordable Development Below

With the designs for the proposed development of 184 affordable apartments to rise up to six stories in height across the half-block-plus parking lot parcel at 88 Broadway having been refined and newly rendered, the Telegraph Hill Dwellers (THD) are seeking to have the development “right-sized.” And to be... Read More »

The Quest to Reopen Julius’ Castle

The Quest to Reopen Julius’ Castle

As we wrote about this long-shuttered local landmark back in 2014: Having operated as a restaurant since 1922, but shuttered in 2007 amid allegations of landlord fraud and un-permitted renovations, San Francisco’s landmark Julius’ Castle at 302 Greenwich Street hit the market in 2010 listed for $4,950,000. Having failed... Read More »

Telegraph Hill’s Hillside Is on the Market

Telegraph Hill’s Hillside Is on the Market

A 120-foot-wide chunk of the Telegraph Hill hillside fronting Sansome Street, below the homes at the end of Alta above, is now on the market for $1.4 million and is being positioned as an “opportunity of a lifetime,” with rough renderings for either a 9,000-square-foot private estate or a... Read More »

Designs for Contentious Affordable Development Have Been Drawn

Designs for Contentious Affordable Development Have Been Drawn

The designs for a contentious six-story development of affordable apartments to rise on the half-block parking lot parcel at 88 Broadway, at the base of Telegraph Hill, have been drafted by Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects. Identified by the Port of San Francisco as “the greatest affordable housing development opportunity... Read More »

Stunning Telegraph Hill Penthouse Quietly Sells for a Significant Loss

Stunning Telegraph Hill Penthouse Quietly Sells for a Significant Loss

Purchased for $5.5 million in May of last year, the remodeled penthouse condo at 341 Filbert Street – which offers big Telegraph Hill, Bay Bridge, and skyline views – returned to the market two months ago listed for $5.995 million, a sale at which would have represented appreciation of... Read More »

Stunning Telegraph Hill Penthouse Now Listed at a Loss

Stunning Telegraph Hill Penthouse Now Listed at a Loss

Having been newly remodeled and renovated, including an all-new designer kitchen, bathrooms and interior design, the penthouse condo at 341 Filbert Street – which offers big Telegraph Hill, Bay Bridge, and skyline views – sold in three weeks for $5.5 million, the price at which it was listed, in... Read More »

Rarely Available Condo Listed for the Third Time in Two Years

Rarely Available Condo Listed for the Third Time in Two Years

Having sold for $1.4 million in October of 2014, the 1,700 square-foot condo #812W at 101 Lombard Street, which features a private terrace, high ceilings, a wood-burning fireplace and deeded parking, returned to the market five weeks later listed as a “rarely available” unit for $1,499,000 and re-sold for... Read More »

Villa de Martini Fetches $9.998 Million On Telegraph Hill

Villa de Martini Fetches $9.998 Million On Telegraph Hill

Purchased for $8,750,000 in late 2004, after which it was painstakingly remodeled, preserving much of the home’s original architectural detailing (not including the new kitchen nor baths), the 6,166-square-foot “Villa de Martnini” at 298 Chestnut Street has sold for $9,998,000. The Mediterranean-styled estate was built on a triple-wide Telegraph... Read More »