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A Modern Day Classic Fetches Nearly $800K Less

A Modern Day Classic Fetches Nearly $800K Less

Built in 1970 and since “transformed into a modern day classic,” the 4,057-square-foot West Clay Park home at 164 24th Avenue, which features a mid-century modern vibe and ethos, with some beautiful woodwork, a retractable central skylight and views of the Golden Gate Bridge from the home’s main bedroom... Read More »

Redevelopment of “Junky” Nob Hill Theater Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of “Junky” Nob Hill Theater Closer to Reality

Purchased by a doctor for $2.7 million in 2018 and subsequently shuttered, the revised plans for redeveloping the iconic Nob Hill “Touch our Junk” Theater at 729 Bush Street, which had operated as a gay night club and male porn venue for 50 years, were conditionally approved last month.... Read More »

Updated Top Chef Home Back on the Market

Updated Top Chef Home Back on the Market

Having staved off a foreclosure sale by way of a bankruptcy filing in 2017 and then sold for $3.7 million in early 2018, the very first ‘Top Chef’ home at 3159 Baker Street in San Francisco has since been “updated” a bit, including a refresh of its kitchen. And... Read More »

Now You See It…

Now You See It…

When some surreptitiously installed scaffolding and shrink wrap was removed from over the third floor deck which faces the street at 60 Rico Way in the Marina, at least one neighbor noticed a difference in the building’s façade and profile. When contacted by the City, which appears to have... Read More »

Beaux Arts Beauty Finally Fetches $2,100 per Square Foot

Beaux Arts Beauty Finally Fetches $2,100 per Square Foot

Completely overhauled in the late 90’s by Andrew Skurman and Suzanne Tucker, which landed the full-floor unit #3 in the Beaux Arts building at 1001 California Street a spread in Architectural Digest back in 1999, the 3,500-square-foot, two-bedroom condo quietly sold for $4.5 million in October of 2011 having... Read More »

Damn Those Meddling Neighbors and Their Pesky Complaints

Damn Those Meddling Neighbors and Their Pesky Complaints

Purchased by a trust tied to a mid-sized developer for $2.555 million this past July, a permit for some relatively minor foundation work, along with the addition of a new structural beam and piers, to the single-family home at 146 23rd Avenue was issued a few weeks ago. An... Read More »

Plans for Pac Heights Mega-Mansion Took a Big Hit

Plans for Pac Heights Mega-Mansion Took a Big Hit

On the market for $29.5 million last year, the Pacific Heights mansion and permits to expand at 2950 Pacific Avenue has just sold for $17 million. Acquired from Mark and Alison Pincus for $16 million in November of 2015, Troon Pacific subsequently engaged Snøhetta (yes, that Snøhetta) to draft... Read More »

Amazing Eureka Valley Home Trades for $325K Less

Amazing Eureka Valley Home Trades for $325K Less

As we outlined last month: Speaking of price reductions in San Francisco and a decline in the price per square foot, the list price for the single-family home at 4540 20th Street, a remodeled home which boasts a “prime Eureka Valley location,” a “chef’s kitchen,” and a private “outdoor... Read More »

Where Does Laidley Lay?

Where Does Laidley Lay?

Hidden behind a relatively modest but sleek façade on “a coveted block of prestigious Laidley Street,” which offers panoramic downtown views, the now four-bedroom home at 131 Laidley was redeveloped in 2014 and then sold for $3.0 million in August of 2017. Measuring a little over 3,000 square feet,... Read More »

Amazing Eureka Valley Home Now Listed for $500K Less

Amazing Eureka Valley Home Now Listed for $500K Less

Speaking of price reductions in San Francisco and a decline in the price per square foot, the list price for the single-family home at 4540 20th Street, a remodeled home which boasts a “prime Eureka Valley location,” a “chef’s kitchen,” and a private “outdoor oasis”/ rear yard, has been... Read More »