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As We Wrote, It’s Not Quite 2004 For 650 2nd Street #502

As We Wrote, It’s Not Quite 2004 For 650 2nd Street #502

Purchased for $2,300,000 in 2004, seeking $3,125,000 in mid-2008, and then returning to the market in January of 2009 asking $2,750,000, the sale of 650 2nd Street #502 closed escrow yesterday (3/18/09) with a reported contract price of $2,450,000. That’s total (not average annual) appreciation of 6.5% over the... Read More »

A Plugged-In Reader Reports: 72 Townsend Not “Coming Soon?”

A Plugged-In Reader Reports: 72 Townsend Not “Coming Soon?”

From a plugged-in tipster nine months ago: 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... 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 »

JustQuotes: 72 Townsend To Become 74 New Condos In San Francisco

JustQuotes: 72 Townsend To Become 74 New Condos In San Francisco

“Westbay Builders has purchased a 25,380-square-foot industrial property at 72 Townsend St. for $9.2 million and plans on developing a nine-story, 74-unit condo building on the site….The project is fully approved and will incorporate a historic one-story warehouse built in 1874 for grain storage. “ (Flynn Properties scores with... Read More »

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

We really weren’t kidding about our love for 355 Bryant. It’s one of the true loft conversion buildings in San Francisco, and for the most part, it’s beautifully done. Granted, it’s not the right building for everyone, but if you like New York style lofts with open floor plans,... Read More »