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Permits for a Designer Mega-Mansion Have Been Secured

Permits for a Designer Mega-Mansion Have Been Secured

As we outlined back in 2018: Purchased by Mark and Alison Pincus for $16 million in 2012, the nearly 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights pad at 2950 Pacific Avenue, the rear facade of which is pictured above, returned to the market in 2014 with plans to add a bunker below the... Read More »

Refined Plans for a Designer Mega-Mansion in San Francisco

Refined Plans for a Designer Mega-Mansion in San Francisco

Purchased by Mark and Alison Pincus for $16 million in 2012, the nearly 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights pad at 2950 Pacific Avenue, the rear facade of which is pictured above, returned to the market in 2014 with plans to add a bunker below the home and an $18 million price... Read More »

Venture Funding Plummets and a Local Near-Unicorn Is Quite Sick

Venture Funding Plummets and a Local Near-Unicorn Is Quite Sick

Venture funding plummeted 30 percent in the fourth quarter of 2015 and deal flow dropped 13 percent to its lowest level since the first quarter of 2013, according to CB Insights which also notes, “this not due to seasonality.” Speaking of plummeting, local startup One Kings Lane, which... Read More »

Pac Heights Carriage House In Contract At $4K Per Square Foot

Pac Heights Carriage House In Contract At $4K Per Square Foot

Built to serve as the carriage house for the Newhall Mansion which is now hidden behind the house and owned by the co-founders of Zynga (Mark Pincus) and One Kings Lane (Alison Pincus), 2974 Pacific Avenue was designed by Julia Morgan and constructed in 1917 with a one-bedroom apartment... Read More »

Zynga Founder Delists Mansion, Plans To Gut And Expand

Zynga Founder Delists Mansion, Plans To Gut And Expand

The listing for the nearly 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights pad at 2950 Pacific Avenue, which Mark and Alison Pincus, the respective co-founders of Zynga and One Kings Lane, purchased for $16 million in 2012 and re-listed for $18 million six months ago, has been withdrawn from the MLS and scrubbed from... Read More »

Renovated, Restored And Reduced $500K

Renovated, Restored And Reduced $500K

Designed by Albert Pissis and built in 1894, the Alamo Square Victorian at 860 Fell Street has been “meticulously renovated and restored” over the past twenty years by its current owners.  Think grand chandeliers, imported French drapery, and woodwork which was painstakingly stripped with dental tools to restore it... Read More »

Plans To Gut Zynga Founder’s Stunning $18M Home

Plans To Gut Zynga Founder’s Stunning $18M Home

As we wrote when we first reported the listing of Mark Pincus’ Pacific Heights pad for $18 million last week, while the Albert Farr-designed Gold Coast home currently remains in its original condition and is rather well-kept, with period woodwork and detailing throughout, plans to renovate the entire home... Read More »

Pincus Selling Pac Heights Pad For $18M

Pincus Selling Pac Heights Pad For $18M

Having paid $16 million for the nearly 12,000-square-foot Pacific Heights pad at 2950 Pacific Avenue in 2012, Mark and Alison Pincus, the respective co-founders of Zynga and One Kings Lane, have just put their distinctive Dutch Colonial mansion on the market for two million more. Designed by Albert Farr... Read More »

Pincus Plans To Go Underground In Pacific Heights

Pincus Plans To Go Underground In Pacific Heights

What do you do when your Pacific Heights house is listed as a historic resource but you really want to expand and remodel? If you’re Mark Pincus, apparently you plan to go underground, quite literally (and perhaps a bit figuratively as well). Having purchased the seven bedroom Pacific Heights... Read More »

While Zynga Trades Down, Pincus Trades Up

While Zynga Trades Down, Pincus Trades Up

Having sold his Cole Valley home earlier this year, and a Presidio Heights property into which he never moved (but Zynga spent $1,169,896 to purchase, install and maintain a home security system), according to a plugged-in tipster, Mark Pincus is in contract to purchase the 8,850 square foot Albert... Read More »