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RFPs For Housing Along Octavia Boulevard

RFPs For Housing Along Octavia Boulevard

It has been a little over a year since the ribbon was cut and Octavia Boulevard was officially deemed reborn. And now the housing fun begins. The City and County of San Francisco (“City”), through its Mayor’s Office of Economic and Workforce Development (“MOEWD”), is seeking proposals from qualified... Read More »

The (Traffic) Plan For Rincon Hill

The (Traffic) Plan For Rincon Hill

First and foremost, let’s just say that we’re huge fans of the proposed plans (and work in progress) for Rincon Hill. We love living in urban neighborhoods that allow our cars to sit idle save a weekend jaunt out of town. And we honestly believe that Rincon Hill has... Read More »

The Potrero (451 Kansas): From The Low $400,000s

The Potrero (451 Kansas): From The Low $400,000s

Not to be outdone by The Hayes (“Starting in the $400,000s”), The Potrero (a.k.a. 450 Rhode Island or 451 Kansas) is touting, “New homes in old San Francisco from the low $400,000s” (not to mention a Whole Foods Market, fitness studio, and easy freeway access). ∙ New Condos Starting... Read More »

True Luxury Condos At 45 Lansing?

True Luxury Condos At 45 Lansing?

As first reported by J.K. Dineen at the San Francisco Business Times, 45 Lansing, a parcel entitled for 305 condominiums and across the street from 50 Lansing (cater-cornered from One Rincon Hill), was purchased by Turnberry Associates with sights set on developing a 40-story tower. Turnberry President Bruce Weiner... Read More »

Our Point Exactly

Our Point Exactly

We have a funny feeling that “meanboy” was aiming for sarcasm with his “Quite a reduction” remark (and three comments) over on our “The Cost Coming Down?” post. Regardless, he illustrates one of our points from yesterday quite well. 965 Elizabeth was on the market for 74 days at... Read More »

Sorry, No Neighborhoods Are Immune

Sorry, No Neighborhoods Are Immune

Lest you have been led to believe that some San Francisco neighborhoods are somehow immune to price reductions, take note of the fact that 3 of the current 22 listings in the Marina (District 7A) were reduced over the past two days. After a month on the market, the... Read More »

The Heritage On Fillmore (1300 Fillmore)

The Heritage On Fillmore (1300 Fillmore)

Integrated into the Fillmore Heritage Center, the Heritage on Fillmore (1300 Fillmore) will consist of 80 condominiums (including 12 BMR units) ranging from one to three bedrooms. At the base of the development you’ll find Yoshi’s San Francisco, the Blue Mirror restaurant & Lounge, and the Jazz Heritage Center.... Read More »

Proposed SF Cruise Ship Terminal Sunk

Proposed SF Cruise Ship Terminal Sunk

A couple of important questions now that the Port of San Francisco has pulled the plug on the proposed Cruise Ship Terminal project at Piers 30-32: 1. How will the loss of the proposed retail, restaurants, cinema, and promenades affect property values in nearby developments? 2. How will this... Read More »

An Overview Of Mission Bay

An Overview Of Mission Bay

Our posts on 255 Berry and the Park Terrace generated some fantastic reader comments (thank you!) with regard to the genesis, evolution, and future of Mission Bay. And while we were going to save a Mission Bay specific post for tomorrow, our readers seem to be a couple of... Read More »

Boon Or Bust On Lombard?

Boon Or Bust On Lombard?

There is at least one thing you can be sure of this holiday weekend, a non-stop processional of cars down the “world famous crooked street.” As such, we are naturally drawn to the listing for 1057 Lombard, a two-bedroom, two-bath condominium that’s located smack-dab in the middle of the... Read More »