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Upper Market Street Site In Play, Zoned for More Height

Upper Market Street Site In Play, Zoned for More Height

The two-story, roughly 16-foot-tall building at 1930 Market Street, which is currently home to UCSF’s Alliance Health Project (AHP), the lease for which is nearing the end of its term, is now being marketed with a $5 million price tag. That being said, the UC has two five-year options... Read More »

Restored “Mayor’s Mansion” Reduced, Still on the Market

Restored “Mayor’s Mansion” Reduced, Still on the Market

The storied Liberty Hill home at 3690 21st Street, which sits on a nearly 6,000-square-foot, camouflaged corner lot and was built as a party/guest house for San Francisco Mayor James “Sunny Jim” Rolph in 1930, was purchased by Frederick Roeber, who was a graduate of the California Institute of... Read More »

Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Suddenly Listed for $2 Million Less

Infamous Sea Cliff Mansion Suddenly Listed for $2 Million Less

While slated to be foreclosed upon, again, next month, the courthouse auction for the infamous seven-bedroom home at 224 Sea Cliff Avenue was canceled the day after we highlighted it and the notice of default on the property, which was issued by a senior lender in February, has now... Read More »

(New) Plans to Raze a One of Kind Residence and Build Up

(New) Plans to Raze a One of Kind Residence and Build Up

The former furniture warehouse 67-69 Belcher Street, which measures nearly 19,000 square feet and was slated to be demolished decades ago, was acquired by artists Spaulding Taylor and Win Ng in 1977 and converted into an art gallery (69 Belcher), studio space and a one of a kind, roughly... Read More »

Downsized Plans for that Prominent North Beach Development

Downsized Plans for that Prominent North Beach Development

As we revealed back in 2019, plans to demolish the façade of the burned-out Verdi Building at 659 Union Street, between Columbus and Powell, and redevelop the site in the heart of North Beach were in the works and even bigger plans for a 98-unit residential building rising up... Read More »

Impact of Proposed Tower Appealed, Rather Ironically

Impact of Proposed Tower Appealed, Rather Ironically

Having been granted a Preliminary Mitigated Negative Declaration (PMND) by Planning last month, which establishes that that its development “would not have a significant effect on the environment as proposed” and obviates the need for a more extensive, and costly, environmental review, the plans for the proposed tower to... Read More »

Another Luxury Condo Trades at a Loss, As Advertised

Another Luxury Condo Trades at a Loss, As Advertised

Purchased for $1,419,478 in April of 2016, a price which didn’t include a storage unit in the building which was purchased separately and was included in its most recent sale, the re-sale of the “rarely available top floor plaza unit” #C8H at 333 Beale Street, a 985-square-foot, one-bedroom LUMINA... Read More »

Polk Gulch Infill on the Boards

Polk Gulch Infill on the Boards

Plans to demolish the two-story building and garage on the northeast corner of Larkin and Bush are in the works. And as envisioned, a 16-story building would rise up to 161 feet in height upon the site, which is twice as high as the limit for the site as... Read More »

Historic Theater Back on the Market, Plans Have Been Drawn

Historic Theater Back on the Market, Plans Have Been Drawn

While plans for redeveloping the northwest corner of Clement Street and 23rd Avenue, upon which the historic 4-Star Theater sits at 2200 Clement, have been drafted by SIA Consulting, including a set of plans which envision a 6-story building rising up to 60 feet in height upon the site,... Read More »

Appreciation for a Signature Condo with Bridge Views

Appreciation for a Signature Condo with Bridge Views

Purchased for $1,795,000 in August of 2017, the 1,317-square-foot unit #23D in the Infinity tower at 301 Main Street, a signature two-bedroom, two-bath with Bay Bridge and water views has just resold for $1,945,000 having been “listed” for $1,999,000 two weeks ago. The resale represents total appreciation of 8.4... Read More »