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First Platinum Certified Home in Northern CA Fetches $885 per Foot

First Platinum Certified Home in Northern CA Fetches $885 per Foot

The first LEED Platinum Certified home in Northern California was built on a Rockridge lot with views at 5950 Margarido Drive and hit the market in the fourth quarter of 2009 priced at $5.5 million or roughly $1,187 per square foot. Subsequently reduced by over two million dollars over... Read More »

Price for the “Most Expensive Home in San Francisco” Reduced

Price for the “Most Expensive Home in San Francisco” Reduced

Priced at $45 million last year, which was misreported by some as being “the most expensive home ever listed” in San Francisco, “Residence 950” at 950 Lombard Street – which now offers around 9,500 square feet of rather spectacular living space spread across a 15,700-square-foot Russian Hill lot with... Read More »

The Margarido House Returns

The Margarido House Returns

The first LEED Platinum Certified home in Northern California was built on a Rockridge lot with views at 5950 Margarido Drive. And having first hit the market in 2009 with a $5.5 million price tag, reduced to $4.795 million in early 2010 (and in contract for a few months),... Read More »

Modern LEED Platinum Home Fetches $3.7M

Modern LEED Platinum Home Fetches $3.7M

Designed by DNM Architecture, built for “a technology company executive” in 2014 and priced at $4.75 million in the first quarter of 2016, the LEED Platinum certified home at 4443 19th Street sold for $3.3 million that June. Listed with a total of four bedrooms, which includes a detached... Read More »

Streamlined Review for Renzo Piano Tower Approved

Streamlined Review for Renzo Piano Tower Approved

As the proposed 36-story Renzo Piano tower to rise at 555 Howard Street is being designed to meet LEED Platinum standards, its processing has been fast-tracked by Planning as a “green” development. And as the 555 Howard Street site sits within the boundaries of San Francisco’s Transit Center District Plan,... Read More »

Designs for 36-Story Renzo Piano Tower and Sky Bar Revealed

Designs for 36-Story Renzo Piano Tower and Sky Bar Revealed

The formal application for a 36-story tower to rise up to 405 feet in height at 555 Howard Street, directly across the street from what could become the fourth tallest tower in San Francisco, has been filed with the City and could be approved next month. While the preliminary... Read More »

West SoMa Building on the Market, Touting Hope for a High-Rise

West SoMa Building on the Market, Touting Hope for a High-Rise

Built in 1942, the former Leemah Electronics building at 1301 Folsom Street, on the southeast corner of Ninth, traded hands for $8.5 million in early 2014. And earlier this year, plans to completely renovate and convert the 36,000-square-foot structure into a LEED Platinum, Net-Zero Energy office building, at an... Read More »

Russian Hill Platinum House Fetches $8.3 Million

Russian Hill Platinum House Fetches $8.3 Million

Listed for $11.25 million, or just over $2,000 per square foot, in May, the asking price for the designer Russian Hill home at 1209 Filbert Street, which is LEED Platinum certified, was reduced to $9.5 million ($1,693 per listed square foot) in July. And yesterday, the sale of the... Read More »

Russian Hill Platinum House Price Reduced $1.75 Million

Russian Hill Platinum House Price Reduced $1.75 Million

Listed for $11.25 million, or just over $2,000 per square foot, two months ago, the asking price for the designer Russian Hill home at 1209 Filbert Street, which is LEED Platinum certified, has just been reduced to $9.5 million ($1,693 per listed square foot). Designed by John Maniscalco, the... Read More »

Hotel to Transform Dirty Harry’s McCafe Site Closer to Reality

Hotel to Transform Dirty Harry’s McCafe Site Closer to Reality

The lease for the McDonald’s at Third and Townsend, the building for which acted as the diner from which Clint Eastwood’s Dirty Harry character would order his daily coffee, and from inside which he uttered his infamous line, “Go ahead, make my day,” expires in January 2017. San Francisco’s... Read More »