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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 »

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Trades for 17 Percent Less

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Trades for 17 Percent Less

As we outlined in the fourth quarter of last year, the 3,680-square-foot “Townhouse No.1” at 1001 California Street atop Nob Hill, which is one of the two multi-level condos which replaced the perennially plagued restaurant space at the base of the iconic Beaux-Arts building, was purchased as new for... Read More »

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Drops Below Its 2015 Price

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Drops Below Its 2015 Price

One of two multi-level condos which replaced the perennially plagued restaurant space at the base of the iconic Beaux-Arts Building at 1001 California Street, the building from which Vincent Friia once ruled over real estate in San Francisco, the 3,680-square-foot “Townhouse No.1” was purchased as new for $4,335,000 in... Read More »

A Contemporary Home Within An Iconic Beaux-Arts Building

A Contemporary Home Within An Iconic Beaux-Arts Building

One of two multi-level condos which replaced the perennially plagued restaurant space at the base of the iconic Beaux-Arts Building at 1001 California Street, the building from which Vincent Friia once ruled over real estate in San Francisco, “Townhouse No. 2” has been on the market, but unlisted, seeking... Read More »

1001 California #3 Take Two: No Apples Just Envy

1001 California #3 Take Two: No Apples Just Envy

As we first wrote in August 2009 about the third floor at 1001 California, the Beaux Arts building over which Vincent Friia once presided: It’s the first resale of the 3,640 square foot full-floor 1001 California #3 since its complete overhaul by architect Andrew Skurman and designer Suzanne Tucker... Read More »

Lucky Number Slevin Seven: The Penthouse Atop 1001 California

Lucky Number Slevin Seven: The Penthouse Atop 1001 California

The highest full-floor unit atop the William Randolph Hearst built Beaux Arts building at 1001 California is poised to publicly hit the market. Purchased for $2,972,500 in June 2006, new lighting, integrated A/V, and a new kitchen have all been added to the 2,731 square foot number seven since... Read More »

A Full 1001 California Floor Which Would Have Made Vincent Friia Flip

A Full 1001 California Floor Which Would Have Made Vincent Friia Flip

It’s the first resale of the 3,640 square foot full-floor 1001 California #3 since its complete overhaul by architect Andrew Skurman and designer Suzanne Tucker in the late 90’s. From its Architectural Digest “before and after” feature in 1999 with regard to its pre-overhauled state: “The apartment was trying... Read More »

When Friia Ruled San Francisco Real Estate (A Reader’s Recollection)

Our piece on 1001 California resurrected the name Vincent Friia, a flamboyant fixture of a bygone era in San Francisco (and its real estate). A reader recollects (slightly edited for republication): Whatever happened to Vincent Friia? Indeed! For those who have lived in this city for less than ten... Read More »

One Expensive One-Bedroom In A Beaux Arts Building We Love

One Expensive One-Bedroom In A Beaux Arts Building We Love

We’ve always loved the William Randolph Hearst-built Beaux-Arts building at 1001 California Street, both in terms of location and style. And as far as we know, the 3,500 square foot #9 was the last unit to change hands eighteen six months ago (12/12/07) with a reported contract price of... Read More »