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A Chance To Peek Inside San Francisco’s Pier 48 Tomorrow At Ten

A Chance To Peek Inside San Francisco’s Pier 48 Tomorrow At Ten

From the Port of San Francisco (and related to the redevelopment of Seawall Lot 337): “If you are interested in viewing the inside of the Pier 48 facility, please join us this Friday, January 4th at 10:00 a.m. in front of Pier 48. No RSVP is required.” ∙ Could... Read More »

Sunset’s 2007 San Francisco Idea House Officially Opens Its Doors

As a plugged-in tipster notes, Sunset’s 2007 San Francisco Idea House officially opened its doors to the public today and will be open from 11/30 to 12/16 on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays (9am-4pm). And yes, it looks like its ten week run has been reduced to two. ∙ Sunset’s... Read More »

The Cost Of Failing To Accurately Manage (Market?) Expectations

The Cost Of Failing To Accurately Manage (Market?) Expectations

It was almost two months ago that we noted the ceiling of 723 Bay Street (with which we were quite enamored along with the master bath and patio). And while we didn’t point out the $155,000 (7.2%) price reduction last month, we are pointing out the additional $220,000 (11.0%)... Read More »

If This Is Old News (And You Know Even More), Then Drop Us A Line

If This Is Old News (And You Know Even More), Then Drop Us A Line

One: while the 22-story “Axis” in downtown San Jose (38 Almaden Boulevard) will officially open its sales and presentation center to the public this weekend (November 10th), they will not start taking reservations/deposits until late January 2008 (with priority given to those pre-registered/qualified). The 329 condos will range from... Read More »

Now Half Off (And Lender Owned) In Pacific Heights? (2990 Clay #1)

Now Half Off (And Lender Owned) In Pacific Heights? (2990 Clay #1)

It’s a “lender owned” condominium “in need of renovation” two blocks off of Alta Plaza park in Pacific Heights. And while it appears that 2990 Clay Street #1 last changed hands for $1,061,444 on 6/6/2007 (in the sale to the lender) and prior to that for $1,490,000 on 5/31/2006,... Read More »

Prime Pacific Heights Single Family For Under Five Hundred A Square!

Prime Pacific Heights Single Family For Under Five Hundred A Square!

Okay, so it’s “almost fully” gutted, unreinforced masonry, and over five thousand square feet of really raw space for $2,490,000. And in case you were wondering, 2201 Baker was built as a single-family (around 1904), was converted to a boarding house in the 1940’s, and then was apparently Ellis... Read More »

A Quick Reminder: Tonight’s (10/24) Gathering Of Plugged-In People

Cocktails start flowing at 6:00 and the panel discussion at 6:30. If you’re on the list, we’ll see you then. If not, perhaps we’ll see you at the next event (stay tuned). And if you’re on the list but have had a change of plans, please let us know... Read More »

50 Spots Have Been Added To This Wednesday’s (10/24) Gathering

Negotiations for a larger cocktail budget were a success (okay, so we really didn’t have to twist anybody’s arm) and we’ve opened up another 50 spots for this Wednesday’s (10/24) gathering and discussion. And once again, don’t fret if you can’t make it on Wednesday or aren’t interested in... Read More »

The Scoop On Wednesday’s (10/24) Gathering For Plugged-In People

As promised, we’re hosting another gathering for plugged-in people next Wednesday (10/24). The topic of the evening: SoMa’s emerging midtown/mid-market neighborhood. We’ll be moderating a panel discussion and Q&A (which will include Sarah Karlinsky of SPUR and Chip Conley of Joie de Vivre amongst others); SomaGrand will be providing... Read More »

Got Plans For Next Wednesday (10/24) Evening? Cancel Them Now.

We promised a “grander” gathering of plugged-in people in October, and damn it if we’re not going to deliver. So pencil ink your calendars for next Wednesday (10/24) from six to eight. We’ll publish full details later today (or early tomorrow), but suffice it to say, if you have... Read More »