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Pricing Index for New Condos in S.F. Ticks Up, Sales Drop

Pricing Index for New Condos in S.F. Ticks Up, Sales Drop

Having inched up 0.5 percent in March, the Mark Company’s pricing index for new condos in San Francisco ticked up 4.5 percent in April and is now running 0.6 percent higher versus the same time last year but remains 12.3 percent below its peak which was reached in the... Read More »

New Condo Sales Tick up in SF on the Heels of a Price Drop

New Condo Sales Tick up in SF on the Heels of a Price Drop

Having taken a hit in February, the Mark Company’s pricing index for new condos in San Francisco inched up 0.5 percent in March but is still running 8.8 percent lower on a year-over-year basis and 16.1 percent below its peak in the third quarter of 2015. At the same... Read More »

Another Peek at the 240 Pacific Project, Progress and Timing

Another Peek at the 240 Pacific Project, Progress and Timing

With an approved plan for mitigating the environmental impacts of the proposed development and preserving any archaeological finds having been inked, we now have a couple of fresh perspectives and updated renderings for the proposed 240 Pacific Avenue project, which includes 33 condos over 2,000 square feet of retail space,... Read More »

Former Waterfront Development Moves Forward

Former Waterfront Development Moves Forward

As we first reported in October, plans to raze the one-story Financial District building at 290 Pacific Avenue – which was originally home to a blacksmith’s shop and more recently occupied by the restaurant Globe – were one step closer to reality, with San Francisco’s Planning Department having issued... Read More »

Development To Replace Globe Closer To Reality

Development To Replace Globe Closer To Reality

Plans to raze the one-story Financial District building at 290 Pacific Avenue – which was originally home to a blacksmith’s shop and more recently occupied by Globe for 18 years – are one step closer to reality, with San Francisco’s Planning Department having just issued a Preliminary Mitigated Negative... Read More »