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550 18th Street Unwrapped (And 35 New Condos Now Renting)

550 18th Street Unwrapped (And 35 New Condos Now Renting)

A plugged-in tipster captures the recently unwrapped 550 18th Street. That’s thirty-five (35) new two and three bedroom Mission Bay condos ranging from 1,200 to 1,500 square feet, and currently seeking $3,500 to $5,500 per month in rent. No word on the 7,000 square feet of ground floor commercial.... Read More »

The Rather Ironic “Argenta Silver Lining”: Now Leasing At One Polk

The Rather Ironic “Argenta Silver Lining”: Now Leasing At One Polk

Less than 24 hours after we broke the news of Riverstone Residential’s involvement with Argenta (1 Polk), a plugged-in tipster (quite literally) catches a craigslist ad asking $2,250 for a one-bedroom ($3,800 for a two). Keep in mind that we’ve heard some pretty good things about the quality of... Read More »

Note To Daly (And Others): Let The Market Take Care Of Itself

From the City Insider: Supervisor Chris Daly plans to introduce a series of new laws that’s intended to help renters during these tough economic times — a proposal that is likely to anger landlords. The proposals include the suspension of any rent increases that would cause a tenant’s rent... Read More »

San Francisco Rental Market Weakness: SocketSite Readers Report

From a plugged-in reader with respect to San Francisco’s rental market: I do consulting and building inspections for major lenders for commercial properties (apartment buildings over 6 units are considered commercial in SF), and last week I did on site inspections of 8 properties owned by a major SF... Read More »

A Rental Market Anecdote From A Plugged-In San Francisco Hipster

From a plugged-in hipster’s comment: I have rentals in SF and though it’s still pretty easy to fill a vacancy here, the prices are softening. I just re-rented a condo in the for $2450 (was getting 2600 before). Cue our rebuttal to the Marcus & Millichap rental outlook... Read More »

Mosaica 601 On The Market And Affordable Rental Applications Soon

Mosaica 601 On The Market And Affordable Rental Applications Soon

While the market rate condos for the city block now known as Mosaica 601 are on the market (listed under 601 Alabama), pre-applications for 85 of the affordable apartments will be available starting Monday, March 9th (due back by 3pm on March 13th). Mosaica is composed of 151 new... Read More »

The Slightly Altered Sign Of 161-165 Collingwood (And The Times)

The Slightly Altered Sign Of 161-165 Collingwood (And The Times)

A plugged-in tipster with camera in tow captures the slightly altered sign for 161-165 Collingwood (and of the times). Let’s keep the candids coming (tips at socketsite.com). ∙ Perhaps It’s Time For The Hard Stuff: 161-165 Collingwood Cuts Again Read More »

The Scoop: Archstone-Smith Negotiating To Acquire Argenta (1 Polk)

The Scoop: Archstone-Smith Negotiating To Acquire Argenta (1 Polk)

The SocketSite scoop three months ago: the 179-unit Argenta (1 Polk) was on the market as an apartment building (constructed as condos). The scoop today: according to a plugged-in tipster, Archstone-Smith is in negotiations to acquire the building and begin renting it out. From our tipster: Archstone originally turned... Read More »

The Scoop On Strata At Mission Bay, Its Environs And Rents

The Scoop On Strata At Mission Bay, Its Environs And Rents

A plugged-in reader reports on Strata at Mission Bay and its environs: I did a hard hat tour of Strata SF this weekend. I think the building itself is ok. A little bland but I have seen worse. The interior halls look nice….well and a good color scheme.... Read More »

Avalon At Mission Bay Phase III (240 Berry): True To Design

Avalon At Mission Bay Phase III (240 Berry): True To Design

While the 192 units of Strata at Mission Bay should be renting in March, the 260 rental units of Avalon at Mission Bay III should be online by the middle of the year (about 18 months after having started its ascent). ∙ Coming Soon: “Strata At Mission Bay” (A.K.A.... Read More »