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Inventory Reality Check: Ticking Up In San Francisco

The number of homes listed for sale in San Francisco has been ticking up since the beginning of the year and is currently within two (2) percent of the inventory at the same time last year.  In fact, the number of condos currently listed for sale in San Francisco is now higher by one (1) Read More »

San Francisco Shipyard Condos Priced From $452,500

San Francisco Shipyard Condos Priced From $452,500

The downtown sales office for Lennar’s San Francisco Shipyard development opens this Saturday, along with an on-site welcome center, and the first release of condos has been priced: one-bedrooms will start at $452,500 and two-bedroom townhomes will start at $658,700, all with dedicated parking spaces. The 63 condos in the “Merchant” building rising at 451 Donahue Street (as Read More »

Shipyard Artists Score Solar-Powered Studio Space

Shipyard Artists Score Solar-Powered Studio Space

Plans to construct an 89,000-square-foot building for artists displaced by Lennar’s San Francisco Shipyard development at Hunters Point have been approved by the City and construction is slated to start in the second quarter of 2015. The $30 million building will include new studio space for nearly 150 artists along with a 1,600-square-foot gallery and Read More »

Lennar To Move Forward On Two Percent Of Their Hunters Point Plan

Lennar To Move Forward On Two Percent Of Their Hunters Point Plan

While Lennar’s $1.7 billion loan from the China Development Bank for the development of San Francisco’s Treasure Island and Hunters Point Shipyard has fallen through, Lennar plans to break ground on 88 residential units at Hunters Point this summer. “We are continuing to move forward with development of Hunters Point Shipyard and are expecting to Read More »

$1.7 Billion Approved For Hunters Point/Treasure Island Development

$1.7 Billion Approved For Hunters Point/Treasure Island Development

The China Development Bank has approved a $1.7 billion loan to finance the development of the Hunters Point Shipyard, Candlestick Point and Treasure Island, developments which represent nearly 20,000 new homes in San Francisco’s housing pipeline. From the Business Times with respect to the timing and deal: The loan will provide $1 billion for Hunters Read More »

Hunters Point Redevelopment Plan For 10,500 New Units Approved!

Hunters Point Redevelopment Plan For 10,500 New Units Approved!

San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors approved the redevelopment plans for Hunters Point by a vote of 10-1 yesterday. Supervisor Daly offered the sole dissenting vote. In 2008 San Francisco voters rejected a ballot measure which would have required 50 percent of the proposed 10,500 new Hunters Point residential units to be below market rate, but Read More »