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Price Cut for a Newly Rendered Noe Flip

Price Cut for a Newly Rendered Noe Flip

Having been owned by the same family for half a century, the three-bedroom Noe Valley Victorian at 331 Day Street hit the market last May, touting “many of the traditional details that Victorian fans appreciate: from the crown moulding (sic) and embossed wallpaper to the glass cabinet pulls and... Read More »

No Major Red Flags for Proposed Tower of Micro Rooms

No Major Red Flags for Proposed Tower of Micro Rooms

As we first reported earlier this year, plans for a slender 25-story hotel to rise up to 260 feet in height on the 4,000-square-foot parking lot site at 36 Tehama Street have been drafted. And as designed by Handel Architects for J Street Hospitality, the Transbay District tower would... Read More »

Plans for Major Planning Changes and Redevelopment Advance

Plans for Major Planning Changes and Redevelopment Advance

As envisioned, over 1,000 units of housing; nearly 400,000 square feet of new office, lab and/or PDR space; 11,000 square feet of retail; and off-street parking for 1,060 cars would rise up to 240 feet in height on Recology’s roughly 6-acre site at 900 7th Street. But as we... Read More »

Record Office Rents in San Francisco Climb with a Jump in Demand

Record Office Rents in San Francisco Climb with a Jump in Demand

Having ended 2018 at a record high, driven in part by the delivery of a record 3.7 million square feet of shiny new space over the past year, all of which was delivered pre-leased, the average asking rent for office space in San Francisco ticked up another 2.2 percent... Read More »

Stylish SoMa Loft Nearly Fetches its 2015 Price

Stylish SoMa Loft Nearly Fetches its 2015 Price

As we outlined last month: Purchased for $1.185 million in December of 2015, the “modern, stylish, tri-level loft” #14 at 175 Russ Street, “located in the heart of SOMA,” with easy access to tech shuttles and company headquarters, as well as to Whole foods and “countless restaurants and cafes,”... Read More »

Supervisors Reverse Approval of Western SoMa Development

Supervisors Reverse Approval of Western SoMa Development

While approved by Planning at the end of last year, an appeal aiming to block the plans for a seven-story development to rise on the northwest corner of Folsom and Russ Streets, upon the Fondue Cowboy and Deli Board site, has been upheld by San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors... Read More »

Pace of Newly Proposed Development on the Rise in San Francisco

Pace of Newly Proposed Development on the Rise in San Francisco

Having totaled a seven-year low last year, the number of newly proposed plans for major developments in San Francisco totaled 17 in the first quarter of this year, that’s up from 10 in the first quarter of 2018 and slightly above average for first quarter activity as measured since... Read More »

Detailed Plans for a Key Central SoMa Site and a Non-Tower Design

Detailed Plans for a Key Central SoMa Site and a Non-Tower Design

Up-zoned for development up to 200 feet in height, assuming the adoption of San Francisco’s Central SoMa Plan is upheld, detailed plans for redeveloping the nearly one acre parcel at 490 Brannan Street, at the corner of Fourth and upon which a Wells Fargo, Starbucks and 116-space parking lot... Read More »

Over Asking on Alameda’s Gold Coast (But at an Actual Loss)

Over Asking on Alameda’s Gold Coast (But at an Actual Loss)

Built on Alameda’s Gold Coast back in 1903, the year after a new shipping canal turned the former East Bay peninsula into an island, the 4,700-sqaure-foot home at 1405 San Antonio Avenue sold for $2 million in October of 2015 having been well kept by the same family for... Read More »

Transbay District Grocery Store Plans Formally Nixed

Transbay District Grocery Store Plans Formally Nixed

As we first reported back in 2017: It’s now been over two years since Related California cut 99 residential units from their development plans for Transbay Block 8 and reduced the project’s proposed grocery store space from 22,000 to 12,500 square feet, a reduction that rendered the space too... Read More »