Free Plasmas Coming Soon?

Free Plasmas Coming Soon?

Two months ago we introduced you to Alamo Square at which time the sales office was reporting “approximately 60% sold” with one-bedrooms from $535,000 and two-bedrooms from $695,000. Well, it appears that selling at least a portion of that last 40% is proving to be a bit of a... Read More »

301 Bryant Update

In April we profiled 301 Bryant, pointed out three units that were for sale, and provided an answer to the trivia question of why only a quarter of the 39 units in the building have gas ranges. And as Curbed notes yesterday, the same three units are still on... Read More »

SocketSite’s San Francisco Inventory Update: 6/15/06

Two different sources, two different statistics, one consistent story: new listings in San Francisco continue to outpace sales. One source pegs the increase of available listed inventory at just over 15% during the past two weeks, while the other suggests closer to 8% (we’re just going to split the... Read More »

RealRecentReductions: Twofer

RealRecentReductions: Twofer

After over a year on the market (listed 5/9/05), 3367 Washington has just reduced their asking price by $250,000 (4.2%). While on the same day, and after only a month on the market (listed 5/10/06), 765 Market #22A reduced their asking price by $200,000 (5.2%). And if for some... Read More »

The Magic 8-Ball Says Yes!

The Magic 8-Ball Says Yes!

We’ve always been fans of 3032 Divisadero’s modern exterior and have often wondered what treasures lurked within. So when they added a window to the courtyard, painted the concrete, and changed the blinds (SocketSite’s before picture), we just couldn’t help but wonder…will we soon be getting a peek inside?... Read More »

Bottoming Out In 2009?

According to a study by Global Insight/National City, San Francisco has gone from being “fairly valued” in 2001 (well okay, 4.8% overvalued) to being over-valued by 40.8% in 2006. Interestingly enough, that doesn’t even put us in the “Top 50” of “over-valued” metro areas (Naples, Florida leads the nation... Read More »

Design Within Reach Warehouse Sale (6/16 – 6/18)

Looking to fill that new Rincon/Transbay condo? A fan of the modern aesthetic? You might want to check out the Design Within Reach Warehouse Sale this weekend in Union City (2801 Faber Street). Read More »

The Neighborhood Smackdown Starts

The Neighborhood Smackdown Starts

ReyEstate publishes a SWOT analysis for the South Beach/Rincon/Transbay area. And it’s not pretty (well, the little up/down house arrow is actually kind of cute). Then again, a lot of emphasis is put on the “over/below asking” stat which consistently gets our vote for the “most meaningless, misleading, and... Read More »

One Rincon Hill (425 First)

One Rincon Hill (425 First)

We’ve been talking about One Rincon Hill for months: the design, size, sales center, and opening bash. The basic overview: ∙ Two towers: South tower – 55 stories, 550 feet, and 376 condos; North tower – 45 stories, 465 feet, and 319 condos (plus 14 townhouses at the base... Read More »

Make That 1,741

Damion points out that the “Sales & Design Center” (i.e., sales office) for The Infinity (650 units) will also open its doors this weekend. ∙ 1,091 New Units Hit The Market ∙ QuickLinks: Building Up Read More »