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Hillside Plans Newly Rendered and Massed for Effect

Hillside Plans Newly Rendered and Massed for Effect

As we first revealed earlier this year, plans for a 24-unit development to rise up to 40 feet in height along Diamond Street, on the hillside overlooking Noe Valley, between the intersection of Diamond Heights Boulevard and 29th Street, were in the works but San Francisco’s Planning Department was... Read More »

Planning Seeks More Density for Hillside Site in the Heights

Planning Seeks More Density for Hillside Site in the Heights

As we first outlined earlier this year, plans for a 24-unit, market-rate development to rise along Diamond Street, between the intersection of Diamond Heights Boulevard and 29th Street, overlooking Noe Valley, have been drawn. And as drafted by Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB) for the Emerald Fund, the development as... Read More »

Big Plans for Another Hillside Site Overlooking Noe Valley

Big Plans for Another Hillside Site Overlooking Noe Valley

Down the street from another hillside parcel for which even bigger plans have been teased, plans for a 24-unit, market-rate development to rise along Diamond Street, between the intersection of Diamond Heights Boulevard and 29th Street, overlooking Noe Valley, are in the works. As drafted by Solomon Cordwell Buenz... Read More »

Another Hillside in San Francisco Is Now in Play

Another Hillside in San Francisco Is Now in Play

Speaking of previously undeveloped hillside parcels in San Francisco which are now in play, the 1.5-acre parcel of land which sits below the 18 homes stretching from 107 to 141 Topaz Way, fronting Diamond Heights Boulevard and across from the Walter Haas Playground and dog park, is in contract... Read More »

The Missing Towers of Diamond Heights and Landmark Wall

The Missing Towers of Diamond Heights and Landmark Wall

Up until the 1960s, the total population of Diamond Heights, between Noe Valley and Glen Canyon, was under 400 people. Following a post-World War II population boom resultant housing shortage in San Francisco, the newly formed (and since disbanded) San Francisco Redevelopment Agency set its sights on the three... Read More »

Word Up by 2.3 Percent per Year

Word Up by 2.3 Percent per Year

Purchased for $1.55 million in 2007, the 1,979-square-foot, mid-century modern home in architect-restored condition at 7 Cameo Way returned to the market listed for $1.995 million at the end of last year. Delisted and relisted for $1.795 million in March, the sale at $1.885 million, which closed escrow yesterday,... Read More »

The Finest Home In Diamond Heights Sets Two Records

The Finest Home In Diamond Heights Sets Two Records

Listed as “the finest home in Diamond Heights” last month, the sale of 11 Cameo Way has just closed escrow with a reported contract price of $2.868 million, making it the most expensive home sale in the history of Diamond Heights. And at $1,017 per square foot, it’s the... Read More »

The Finest Home In Diamond Heights?

The Finest Home In Diamond Heights?

Touting an “unmatched” floor plan that flows from room to room and with a “seamless connection to the outdoors,” 11 Cameo Way is now on the market and listed for $2,495,000 as “the finest home in Diamond Heights.” The three-bedroom home totals 2,820 square feet of finished space, with... Read More »

Begging For A Modern Or Mad Men Inspired Makeover On Cameo Way

Begging For A Modern Or Mad Men Inspired Makeover On Cameo Way

Begging for a Modern or Mad Men inspired makeover, the bank-owned San Francisco Eichler at 82 Cameo Way has returned to the market listed for $1,295,000. The Diamond Heights home offers three bedrooms, a two car garage, walls of glass with Glen Canyon Views, and classic Eichler bones on... Read More »

Word Up! (A Reader Recommends 7 Cameo Way)

Word Up! (A Reader Recommends 7 Cameo Way)

From a reader: “A wonderful mid-century modern by an unknown architect, in perfect architect-restored condition.” (From us: remodeled in 2002 with redwood bookshelves, black walnut floors, Italian kitchen cabinets, and modern appliances.) UPDATE (9/7): The sale of 7 Cameo Way closed escrow on 8/22/07 for $1,550,000 (3.7% over asking). Read More »