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Stunning Russian Hill Apartment Now Listed for 52 Percent Less

Stunning Russian Hill Apartment Now Listed for 52 Percent Less

As we detailed in the third quarter of 2018: Purchased by an art collector for $1.55 million in August of 2003, the 3,070-square foot Russian Hill cooperative unit #6 at 947 Green Street was gutted and completely transformed into a stunning “European-Deco inspired masterpiece” with views by LeavittWeaver. Featuring... Read More »

Stunning Russian Hill Apartment Now Listed for $2.5 Million Less

Stunning Russian Hill Apartment Now Listed for $2.5 Million Less

As we detailed in the third quarter of last year: Purchased by an art collector for $1.55 million in August of 2003, the 3,070-square foot Russian Hill cooperative unit #6 at 947 Green Street was gutted and completely transformed into a stunning “European-Deco inspired masterpiece” with views by LeavittWeaver.... Read More »

$1.5 Million Reduction for Stunning Russian Hill Apartment

$1.5 Million Reduction for Stunning Russian Hill Apartment

Purchased by an art collector for $1.55 million in August of 2003, the 3,070-square foot Russian Hill cooperative unit #6 at 947 Green Street was gutted and completely transformed into a stunning “European-Deco inspired masterpiece” with views by LeavittWeaver. Featuring polished teak casework, custom furnishings, and configured as a... Read More »

A $10 Million Two-Bedroom And Story Of Spite

A $10 Million Two-Bedroom And Story Of Spite

Purchased as a three-bedroom for $4.98 million in 2012, the full-floor Russian Hill unit #3 at 945 Green Street has been rebuilt as a two-bedroom and has just returned to the market listed for $9.95 million, “showcasing complementary elements of gracious scale & simplicity.” And while the website for... Read More »

An Outstanding View (And Story Of Spite): Atop 947 Green Street

An Outstanding View (And Story Of Spite): Atop 947 Green Street

We’re not going to make a habit of publishing on the weekends, but we do prefer to kick them off with an outstanding view and perhaps a little history from the Russian Hill Neighbors (if not levity). is known as the “spite building.” (Not to be confused... Read More »