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A Few Reader Comments Of Particular Note (For Various Reasons)

1. Phil Matthews (the architect behind the remodel of 39-41 Ord) weighs in with additional insight and perspective (and handles the critics with aplomb). 2. An actual resident of Mission Valencia weighs in with one unhappy opinion (and others chime in on the neighborhood). 3. And a soon to... Read More »

A Plugged-In Reader And Hayes (55 Page) Buyer Reports: 60% “Sold”

A plugged-in reader with a deposit at The Hayes (55 Page) takes a hard had tour and reports 60% of the 128 condos “sold” (i.e., in contract with a deposit): I did a hard hat walkthrough at 55 Page this week, as I have a deposit down on a... Read More »

A Plugged-In Tipster Reports: 72 Townsend Is Now “Coming Soon”

A Plugged-In Tipster Reports: 72 Townsend Is Now “Coming Soon”

A plugged-in tipster provides an update on the warehouse to condo transformation of 72 Townsend down in SoMa: The existing ground floor windows got a good wash yesterday and are now adorned with the news that Luxury Homes are coming soon starting from the $600s. Development is by... Read More »

1501 Greenwich: A Plugged-In Reader Finds The Floor Plans

1501 Greenwich: A Plugged-In Reader Finds The Floor Plans

While the website for 1501 Greenwich isn’t officially live (“the home page isn’t up yet, and the guestbook signup is broken”), a plugged-in reader finds the floor plans for the one, two, and three bedroom condos. If interested, you might want to get ’em while you can. UPDATE: As... Read More »

New Condos Behind A Historic Mural (And An Evolving Neighborhood)

New Condos Behind A Historic Mural (And An Evolving Neighborhood)

A plugged-in tipster drops us a note: I thought you may be interested in this very unique development near us in the Inner Mission. It’s an old mural covered church on 24th Street between Florida and Alabama that has housed various commercial enterprises over the years,... Read More »

The SocketSite Scoop: Half Of The Sunset Idea House Hits The Market

A plugged-in tipster forwards an email exchange between two incredulous San Francisco real estate watchers. The basic gist: A: Half of that “freaky-eco project” on Alabama and 25th just hit the market. Open this weekend. For free! M: $900/sqft for a TIC in this part of the Mission? And... Read More »

RandomRumors And Readers Report: Countrywide Cuts Commence

From a plugged-in tipster: “I talked to my friend who was just let go . Seems they’re going to go into the direction right now of letting those people go who started after June 11th, 2007. He said company wide so we shall see how it unfolds. Weird... Read More »

Not Exactly A Flip, But Possibly A Push, Over At One Rincon Hill

Not Exactly A Flip, But Possibly A Push, Over At One Rincon Hill

According to a plugged-in tipster, a coveted “02” series two-bedroom/two-bath condo at One Rincon Hill is quietly being shopped by a contract holder. The 1,300+ square foot unit is reported to have been secured with a non-refundable deposit of $65,000 and at a contract price of $1,595,000. And apparently... Read More »

San Francisco Living: Home Tours (A Chance To Comment In General)

San Francisco Living: Home Tours (A Chance To Comment In General)

If you participated in the San Francisco Living: Home Tours this weekend and care to share your thoughts about any of the homes other than 55 Sheridan or 306 Mullen (such as 431 Tehama above which a plugged-in reader first called to our attention six months ago), this is... Read More »

Why Get All Gussied Up When It’s “Location, Location, Location!”

Why Get All Gussied Up When It’s “Location, Location, Location!”

A plugged-in reader is confident that she’s found a listing to rival that ‘lived in’ look that we pointed out earlier this year. But hey, it is “Location Location Location!” UPDATE: And as is quickly noted by a reader, “Possession: Subject to Tenant Rights.” ∙ Listing: 2136 18th Street... Read More »