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Trinity Plaza: Just One Signature (And Around Three Years) To Go

Trinity Plaza: Just One Signature (And Around Three Years) To Go

San Francisco’s Trinity Plaza project has been approved by the Board of Supervisors. And now it’s in the hands of our Mayor Newsom to add his signature and final approval (he has until April 28th to either approve or veto the project). According to BeyondChron, and as a tipster... Read More »

My Rent Is Too High, My Rent Is Too Low, My Rent Is Just Right

My Rent Is Too High, My Rent Is Too Low, My Rent Is Just Right

We can’t vouch for its accuracy, but as a “plugged-in” reader notes, rentometer.com might help shed some light on the question of what currently constitutes market rate rents. Potential landlords and junior analysts rejoice. And as far as annual increases go (again, for what constitutes market rate), we’ve heard... Read More »

Rent Control In San Francisco: The Real Rules

In general, apartment buildings constructed before June 14, 1979; illegal units (such as in-law apartments); and single family homes and condos with tenants that moved in prior to 01/01/96 are fully covered by rent control which limits annual rent increases (1.5% from 3/1/07 to 3/28/08) and requires one of... Read More »

Trinity Plaza One Big Step Closer To Reality (And Condos?)

The fate of Trinity Plaza now rests in the hands of the full Board of Supervisors as the proposal for 1,900 new housing units unanimously passed yesterday’s Land Use Committee meeting after four years of political wrangling. After Supervisor Chris Daly announced that the developer (Angelo Sangiacamo) has agreed... Read More »

240 Berry: No Condos For You

240 Berry: No Condos For You

While we pulled 240 Berry from our Complete Inventory Index (Cii) pipeline long ago, a “plugged in” reader’s tip reminds us that we never shared the scoop. Originally owned by Signature Properties, the 240 Berry lot was sold to AvalonBay and is destined to become rentals rather than condos... Read More »

Mint Lofts (410 – 424 Jessie): New Website, Photos, And Floor Plans

Mint Lofts (410 – 424 Jessie): New Website, Photos, And Floor Plans

Mint Lofts just launched a new website complete with photos, floor plans, and virtual tours for 410 Jessie (the “Hales Warehouse”; 52 condos), 418 Jessie (the “Station House”; 25 condos/rentals), and 424 Jessie (the “Sliver Building”; 6 full floor rentals). Also mentioned, a Plaza level French Bistro and “two-story... Read More »

It’s Not Just Condos That Are Going Rental

It’s Not Just Condos That Are Going Rental

After 138 days on the market, and three price reductions (now $505,000 or 15% below its original list price), 2523 Steiner is still on the market. But now it’s also testing the waters as a rental ($10,000 per month). We’ll let you run the numbers. Read More »

Now Renting: The General’s House (1337 Pope)

Now Renting: The General’s House (1337 Pope)

Since 1915, 1337 Pope Street has served as home to numerous Army generals living in the Presidio. And now the seven-bedroom, four and one-half bath house in Kobbe Terrace is going rental with a minimum bid of $15,000 per month. Open next weekend (2/2/07 from 2:00pm to 4:00pm and... Read More »

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

(More) Political Wrangling Over The Development Of Trinity Plaza

For decades, developer Angelo Sangiacamo has been trying to re-develop a mid-market plot of land which currently houses the Trinity Plaza apartment building (which he converted from a motor lodge in 1977). Under his latest proposal, 360 outdated units would be razed and replaced with a modern 1,900 unit... Read More »

Not For The Faint Of Heart (Or Wallet)

Not For The Faint Of Heart (Or Wallet)

The “Italianate Victorian Fixer” at 1232 Treat is not for the faint of heart (or wallet). Seriously. We’re talking about a single family house that’s been carved up into five units with two additional units over the carriage house out back (think commercial financing), two protected tenants and two... Read More »