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Bankrupt West Oakland Project Site in Play

Bankrupt West Oakland Project Site in Play

While the West Oakland warehouse at the corner of Filbert and 24th Streets is in the hands of a bankruptcy trustee, and the entitlements to level the site and construct 55 new ‘Emerald Parc’ townhomes on the parcels known as 2400 Filbert Street were slated to expire at the... Read More »

Clock Is Ticking for a Bankrupt West Oakland Redevelopment Site

Clock Is Ticking for a Bankrupt West Oakland Redevelopment Site

Plans to level the West Oakland warehouse at the corner of Filbert and 24th Streets and develop 55 townhouses, with a courtyard open space for the new condos and five small commercial spaces fronting 24th Street, were approved by the city back in 2005. But the 2400 Filbert Street... Read More »

Halsey Minor’s $20 Million Mansion Sells for $4 Million Less

Halsey Minor’s $20 Million Mansion Sells for $4 Million Less

Purchased for $20 million in 2007 and on the market since 2012 when listed for five million more, Halsey Minor’s 18,000-square-foot Presidio Heights mansion at 3800 Washington Street, which was modeled after Le Petit Trianon in Versailles France, has finally re-sold for $15.75 million. The confirmed bankruptcy sale included... Read More »

Sinbad’s Closes Its Doors for Good and Sails into the Night

Sinbad’s Closes Its Doors for Good and Sails into the Night

It’s the end of an era and the fight is over as Sinbad’s closed its doors for good last night on Pier 2. The restaurant will be razed in order to make way for the Port of San Francisco’s Ferry Terminal Expansion project, which includes the removal of Pier... Read More »

Sinbad’s Staves Off Sheriff’s Eviction By Filing For Bankruptcy

Sinbad’s Staves Off Sheriff’s Eviction By Filing For Bankruptcy

The Sheriff’s Department is slated to change the locks on Sinbad’s Restaurant and forcibly evict its operators from the doomed building on Pier 2 at 11:30 this morning. But according to a co-owner who didn’t elaborate, “It’s not going to happen.” As plugged-in readers have known... Read More »

72 Townsend Development Dusted Off and Set to Start Construction

72 Townsend Development Dusted Off and Set to Start Construction

In 2009 the proposed developer of 74 approved units at 64/72 Townsend filed for bankruptcy. And in 2011, the existing office space at 72 Townsend was leased to Federated Media which was expected to delay any development by at least 5 years. The building permits to add seven stories... Read More »

72 Townsend: So Close, But Yet So Far For 74 Approved Units

72 Townsend: So Close, But Yet So Far For 74 Approved Units

From a plugged-in tipster in 2007: “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 Thompson Development, hoping that that plans approved last year... Read More »

Some Scary Numbers Behind The Bankruptcy Of “La Casa Verde”

Some Scary Numbers Behind The Bankruptcy Of “La Casa Verde”

It was three months ago we noted a Notice of Default (NOD) had been filed for “La Casa Verde” (a.k.a. Sunset’s San Francisco Idea House). And now as a plugged-in tipster notes, the developer has declared bankruptcy. Let’s focus on the property (not the personal). A couple of things... Read More »