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Making It Harder to (Legally) Merge or Convert Units in SF

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, an ordinance to tighten-up the language in San Francisco’s Planning Code which governs the legal demolition, merger and conversion of existing residential units in San Francisco, intended to preserve the stock of affordable housing within the city. Fearing an... Read More »

A Redevelopment Home Run (With An Asterisk)

A Redevelopment Home Run (With An Asterisk)

Purchased for $1,635,000 in January of 2012 with two vacant units, an occupied in-law (which was leased for $500 per month), and one parking spot, the Cow Hollow building at 2827 Greenwich Street returned to the market in May having been redeveloped as a “single-family home” with five bedrooms,... Read More »

Contemporary Cow Hollow Redevelopment and Design on Greenwich

Contemporary Cow Hollow Redevelopment and Design on Greenwich

Purchased for $1,635,000 in January of 2012 with two vacant units, an occupied in-law (which was leased for $500 per month), and one parking spot, the Cow Hollow building at 2827 Greenwich Street has just returned to the market having been redeveloped as a single-family home with a “guest... Read More »

Making Money On The Buy (And Perhaps The Possession As Well)

Making Money On The Buy (And Perhaps The Possession As Well)

The four-unit Alamo Square building at 1164 Fulton Street was purchased for $975,000 a year ago, “occupied by un-cooperative family member who not allow showings” and with possession of the property at the time of the trust sale “negotiable.” Deemed a Historic Resource for the Alamo Square... Read More »

Having Merged Their Units, the Permanent Residents Are Moving On

Having Merged Their Units, the Permanent Residents Are Moving On

In May of 2008, the 1,301 square foot Infinty Tower One two-bedroom #15D was purchased for $1,204,322. A year later, the owners of #15D purchased the 808 square foot #15C for $725,000. And in 2010, the owners requested permission to merge the two units into a single 2,117 square... Read More »

50 Cent (On The Dollar) In Da Condo On Nob Hill

50 Cent (On The Dollar) In Da Condo On Nob Hill

With $49,853 past due on a $1,950,000 mortgage taken out in November 2006, the two units on the 14th floor of Gramercy Towers which were combined to create a 2,300 square foot three-bedroom with “top of the world views” were taken back by the bank a year ago. First... Read More »