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The Palms: Phase II Release

The Palms: Phase II Release

While the sales center at the nine-story, 300-unit Palms is open for business, the first model units are still a couple of weeks away from completion (only hardhat tours at the moment). Regardless, Phase I has sold out (80 units), and Phase II just hit the market (~100 units);... Read More »

The Mayor Is Moving On Up!

The Mayor Is Moving On Up!

According to Damion Matthews, Mayor Gavin Newsom just closed escrow on a two-bedroom condo high atop Russian Hill in the Bellaire Tower (1101 Green Street). And the purchase price, according to the Business Times, was $2,350,000 (seller none other than Peter Getty). Good news for those hoping to share... Read More »

But What About The Television?

But What About The Television?

You may covet one of those remote controlled hidden televisions, but what you really need is a “cleverly disquised remote controlled hidden bed.” ∙ Listing: 1255 California #102 – $487,000 Read More »

2002 California: The Bigger Picture

2002 California: The Bigger Picture

According to our tipsters, 2002 California sold for $1,552,000 two weeks ago. And although we continue to believe that the property has great potential, we have to admit that we were a bit surprised by the price ($203,000 over asking) considering its condition (a gut job). But what really... Read More »

Three In 301 Bryant

Three In 301 Bryant

301 Bryant is a beautiful building. Designed by Tanner Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects (now in the portfolios of both TANNERHECHT Architecture and LEDDY MAYTUM STACY Architects) and developed by ECB, the 11-story structure includes 39 residential units and was built on a small 8,000 square foot site. In fact,... Read More »

Instant Equity! (a.k.a. Free Money)

Instant Equity! (a.k.a. Free Money)

From the “if it sounds too good to be true” files: the listing for 618 Precita Ave. Currently listed at $864,468, the listing agent taunts, “Folks, this house was appraised last November for over $1,000,000 — imagine how much instnat equity you’ll get buy just buying this... Read More »

The Royal San Francisco

The Royal San Francisco

The Royal Insurance Building at 201 Sansome Street was built in 1907 for the Royal Globe Insurance Company, and after ninety-nine years, it’s going residential. Designed by New York City architects, Howell and Stokes, the building was designated a San Francisco Landmark in 1983 (the exterior of the building... Read More »

What, No Pictures Of Gore?

What, No Pictures Of Gore?

When you prominently feature a picture of a Lamborghini in your listing, what are you really selling? That would be lifestyle. Oh, and a condo at the St. Regis… ∙ Listing: 188 Minna St #24F (2/2.5) – $2,195,000 Read More »

Huge Reduction(s) At 1081 Pine Street

Huge Reduction(s) At 1081 Pine Street

We’ve often wondered what lies hidden beneath the relatively modern exterior of 1081 Pine Street, and thanks to Joel Goodrich, now we know. Unit #401 is currently listed at $2,489,000 and boasts a “Huge Price Reduction of $406,000!”, while unit #201 (currently listed at $1,395,000) is apparently a bit... Read More »

New York In The Marquee

New York In The Marquee

Did we mention that we’re suckers for windows as well? And now about that in-unit sauna… ∙ Listing: 151 Alice B. Toklas #813 (2/3) – $1,995,000 Read More »