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They’re Back!

They’re Back!

As we expected, at least 7 of the listings in the 776 Tehama/1277 Howard development are back on the MLS with…wait for it…new pictures, new MLS numbers, and new prices. So while it might appear like the units have only been on the market for a week, they’ve actually... Read More »

The “Signature Cocktail” Of One Rincon Hill

What do oysters, caviar, duck, crab, live jazz, and valet parking all have in common? They’re all part of One Rincon Hill’s “Preview Event” next Thursday. And if that’s not enough, let’s not forget the debut of “One Rincon’s Signature Cocktail, the ‘One Gincon’” (if only we, or they,... Read More »

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

The Lansing (50 Lansing Street)

THE LANSING has opened the doors to its 82 units at 50 Lansing Street (off First) and is stressing “IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY.” Developed by Lambert Development (of The Brannan fame), and touting a whole host of other contributors (including SB Architects, BaMo design, and lighting consultants Auerbach Glasow), the building... Read More »

Party Like It’s 2006

The Wall Street Journal reports on a growing trend of over-the-top parties, gift bags, and celebrity attended events that are being hosted by real estate developers targeting real-estate brokers and potential buyers of high-end condominiums in New York, Florida, and Las Vegas. The growing glut of expensive condos is... Read More »

New Developments: 601 King Street

New Developments: 601 King Street

601 King Street is a “mixed-use development of retail space and 224 dwelling units” (market rate and affordable housing) that is being developed by A.F. Evans Company and architected by david baker + partners. The design incorporates a half-acre of public open space and a portion of the Mission... Read More »

Capturing Construction

Capturing Construction

Thanks to the Potrero Hill neighborhood blog for bringing our attention to a project by Donald Booth (and sponsored by his employer, Adobe) to document the construction of 601 King Street through a weekly series of Flash movies. (Free hint to developers (i.e., marketing departments): this is infinitely more... Read More »

Glen Park Market Place: Range Of Prices And BMR Deadline

Glen Park Market Place: Range Of Prices And BMR Deadline

The doors are open at the Glen Park Market Place and of the 15 residential units 13 are market rate (ranging from $759,000 to $869,000) and 2 are BMR ($271,040 and $272,371). All units are 2 bedroom/2 bath and applications for the BMR units are due by next Wednesday... Read More »

Behind The Velvet Ropes

Behind The Velvet Ropes

In just under four weeks invited “VIPs” of One Rincon Hill will be making 3% deposits to secure their “first choice of units and views at preferred pricing.” Not on the list? Not to worry; it’s possible you might be able to make the “VIP” cut by simply registering... Read More »

When “SOLD!” Really Isn’t Sold

When “SOLD!” Really Isn’t Sold

Despite being marketed as “SOLD!” over the past six weeks, we recently noticed a listing for 776 Tehama #9. As we previously noted, #9 is a Below Market Rate (BMR) unit and will be offered through the Mayors Office of Housing for $247,566. Not a bad deal considering that... Read More »

188 King: Phase I Pricing

188 King: Phase I Pricing

188 King opened its doors this weekend and has priced its first of three releases. The high ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and open layouts, particularly of floor plan 3 (or the 02 series), did not dissapoint; and the finishes were impressive (although the Amana refrigerator seemed out of... Read More »