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Over Asking on Alameda’s Gold Coast (But at an Actual Loss)

Over Asking on Alameda’s Gold Coast (But at an Actual Loss)

Built on Alameda’s Gold Coast back in 1903, the year after a new shipping canal turned the former East Bay peninsula into an island, the 4,700-sqaure-foot home at 1405 San Antonio Avenue sold for $2 million in October of 2015 having been well kept by the same family for... Read More »

Thanks, Thoughts and Tradition

Thanks, Thoughts and Tradition

Built in 1903, the year after a new shipping canal turned the former East Bay peninsula on which it stands into the island of Alameda, the Gold Coast home at 1405 San Antonio Avenue had been in the same family for five generations. Sold for $2 million in October... Read More »

Here’s Where San Franciscans Most Want New Subway Lines

Here’s Where San Franciscans Most Want New Subway Lines

Based on over 2,600 responses to a solicitation for ‘visions’ as to where the next subway lines and connectors should be built in San Francisco, a heat map of the most requested routes and corridors has been compiled by the Connect SF team. Dominating the responses, both online and... Read More »

Oakland Tipped in 2015

Oakland Tipped in 2015

Near the end of 2014 we outlined why Oakland was at a tipping point with respect to demand for office space and growth. As we wrote at the time: “In San Francisco, the demand for office space is at an all-time high and office rents have increased 15 percent... Read More »

Gold Coast Home Sells For $594 Per Square Foot, In Alameda

Gold Coast Home Sells For $594 Per Square Foot, In Alameda

As we wrote when the four-bedroom home at 1208 Saint Charles Street in Alameda’s Gold Coast neighborhood hit the market earlier this year, we’d be willing to bet this isn’t what most people picture when they hear Alameda, especially if they’ve never been. Sitting on a half-acre lot, with... Read More »

A Gold Coast Home For $2.85 Million, In Alameda

A Gold Coast Home For $2.85 Million, In Alameda

We’d be willing to bet this isn’t what most people picture when they hear Alameda, especially if they’ve never been. Sitting on a half-acre lot in the Gold Coast neighborhood, the four-bedroom home at 1208 Saint Charles Street measures over 4,500 square feet, with a blend of original architectural... Read More »

San Francisco Home Sales And Median Price Slip

San Francisco Home Sales And Median Price Slip

Home sales in San Francisco and the median price paid for a property in the city both dropped a little over 5 percent in August versus July.  Over the past decade, home sales in San Francisco have increased an average five percent over the same period of time, and... Read More »

Alameda Freezes Building Permits, Increasing Impact Fees

With the demand for housing on the rise and a fast growing pipeline of developments in the works, the Alameda City Council has approved a moratorium on new building permits within the city of Alameda. In a move designed to help mitigate the impact of all the new development... Read More »

From Waterfront Warehouse To Over 300 Homes As Proposed

From Waterfront Warehouse To Over 300 Homes As Proposed

The plans to convert Alameda’s landmark Del Monte warehouse building into a mix of 309 housing units along with 10,000 square feet of retail space were presented to the city’s Historical Advisory Board last week. As designed by BAR Architects, the exterior of the brick and timber warehouse would... Read More »

Big Plans For Alameda Point Development, But Not As Big As Before

Big Plans For Alameda Point Development, But Not As Big As Before

A plan to develop 4,500 apartments, condos and single-family homes, along with offices, parks, and a ferry terminal on the former East Bay Navy base at Alameda Point was thwarted in 2010 when 85 percent of voters voted against Measure B, which would have allowed a one-time exemption to... Read More »