2917 Laguna: View
We simply liked the shot (and the stairs), we’ll let you make the call on the “significance.”
2915-2917 Laguna: Photos, Background and Floor Plans []
∙ Listing: 2915 Laguna (3/2.5) – $2,550,000 [MLS]
∙ Listing: 2917 Laguna (4/3.5) – $3,175,000 [MLS]

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by Beckett

    If only the world could look as good as it does in a residentphotography image. They are the best at what they do.

  2. Posted by eddy

    Looks great. Too bad about the location.

  3. Posted by Prime

    Eddy, what’s wrong with the location? This is the most prime area in SF, and there’s hardly any new building in D7, 94123.

  4. Posted by eddy

    It’s just not a pretty location. All Cow Hollow has going for it really is its general location. Just do a 360 degree zoom. Yuk.

  5. Posted by amazed

    Eddy, how bizarre that comment is! Would I be wrong in thinking this is more of the typical bias against anything on the north side of the city? A Golden Gate bridge view is “ugly”? Give me a break.
    I find myself going to all parts of this city, but am amazed at how many of my friends from Potrero Hill and Bernal who have not been north of California in years. You keep your view of the freeway, and I will keep my view of Angel Island and the Golden Gate Bridge.

  6. Posted by Oceangoer

    The Mapjack take is interesting because it points to the building before it was replaced with the new one. It is true that it is right next to the Wells Fargo building (the redbrick wall you see) and the house next door is about to be replaced too. But this builder does quality work and this part of Cow Hollow is in the middle of a lot of renovation. Its an interesting and friendly neighborhood not because of Union Street and Chestnut Street shopping (and restaurant and bar-hopping model wannabes) but because it is a real neighborhood, originally settled by Italians who left their mark on the gardens that are hidden behind the houses and condos and full of fig, apple, plum, lemon and avocado trees–and many of those families still live around here. I am more than happy to walk into my local store and be greeted with a Ciao Bella.

  7. Posted by SnobHill

    I walked by it today.It is right next to the Wells building, and looks across to a crappy old house. Also, would you really want to deal with the bar hoping crowd making noise at all hours a 1/2 block from your condo? Yes, its a great view and a great renovation, but location is ‘okay’.

  8. Posted by eddy

    The phrase is “location, location, location”. I’d say this place is just “location, location”. Not trying to ding the house, view or anything really. I suspect that this place (both places actually) at or near asking — I’m just saying the immediate surroundings are a bit dreary. Chill.

  9. Posted by jennifer

    Did you hear the developer/seller listed the bottom unit at over 2800 sq feet and it turned out to be much, much smaller… by 700 sq feet! Watch out for this developer in the future… that’s shady marketing if you ask me.

  10. Posted by daniel

    Jennifer, I know the developer personally and have VISITED these units multiple times, let alone have heard everything relating to the sale of both of these units. There was no such issue with the bottom unit being smaller by 700 sq feet or any amount remotely close to that. — Anyways, the purchaser who took the unit bought the whole building and did their own count of the square footage, and that did not factor into anything. I would check the source of your information and label that as shady unless their’s more information you haven’t revealed…

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