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5800 Third Street: Preparing For Phase Two (And Old Age)

5800 Third Street: Preparing For Phase Two (And Old Age)

The four building Bayview development at 5800 Third Street was first approved by Planning 2005. Following a false start in 2007, the first two buildings with 137 of the proposed 340 units were delivered in 2010 along with San Francisco’s second Fresh & Easy store. Phase Two of the... Read More »

The Vision (And Financing) For SF’s Wholesale Produce Market

The Vision (And Financing) For SF’s Wholesale Produce Market

With a vision for reinventing the San Francisco Wholesale Produce Market that’s been on the boards, the city of San Francisco is preparing to back the $96 million initiative. Under legislation that Lee and Supervisor Malia Cohen will introduce Tuesday, the nonprofit San Francisco Market Corp. will sign a... Read More »

Another $150,000 Flushed At Albion Castle (881 Innes Avenue)

Another $150,000 Flushed At Albion Castle (881 Innes Avenue)

As we wrote in January: While the $10,592 throne is still in place and the listing continues to advertise “seller financing available,” the asking price for the Albion Castle (881 Innes Avenue) has been reduced another $200,000 to $1,599,000 (151 thrones). Once again, the seller is a mortgage banker... Read More »

Fresh & Easy Headed For The Mission, Could The Castro Be Next?

Fresh & Easy Headed For The Mission, Could The Castro Be Next?

With San Francisco’s first two Fresh & Easy locations scheduled to open their doors in Bayview and the Outer Richmond early this year, according to the San Francisco Business Times Fresh & Easy is also close to inking a lease for the (not so long) shuttered DeLano’s Market at... Read More »

Four Days Later And Another Nine Throne Cut For Albion Castle

Four Days Later And Another Nine Throne Cut For Albion Castle

Just four days after reducing their asking price to $1,599,000, the list price for the Albion Castle at 881 Innes has been reduced to $1,499,000, a cut equal to nine castle thrones. ∙ Albion Castle (881 Innes) Cuts To 151 Thrones ∙ Care To Get Your Castle On?... Read More »

Albion Castle (881 Innes) Cuts To 151 Thrones

Albion Castle (881 Innes) Cuts To 151 Thrones

While the $10,592 throne is still in place and the listing continues to advertise “seller financing available,” the asking price for the Albion Castle (881 Innes Avenue) has been reduced another $200,000 to $1,599,000 (151 thrones). Once again, the seller is a mortgage banker who purchased the property at... Read More »

5800 Third Street Scoop: Sales, Restaurants, And Fresh & Easy Soon

5800 Third Street Scoop: Sales, Restaurants, And Fresh & Easy Soon

San Francisco’s first Fresh & Easy should be open by April (if not March) 2011 and a Bayview outpost of Limon and a Crossroads Café should soon follow along with a third (possibly a Brown Sugar Kitchen), all at the base of 5800 Third Street. As plugged-in people know,... Read More »

Calling All Kings…Albion Castle Cuts Another $500,000 (21 percent)

Calling All Kings…Albion Castle Cuts Another $500,000 (21 percent)

The asking price for Albion Castle has just been reduced another half-million dollars (now $1,050,000 and 36% under original asking). As we wrote last September: A few months after Laughing Squid launched their blog from Albion Castle in early 2005 the Hunter’s Point property at 881 Innes Avenue was... Read More »

Albion Castle Cuts $550,000 (19%), Now About That Karma…

Albion Castle Cuts $550,000 (19%), Now About That Karma…

The history. The reduction $550,000. The new ask: $2,400,000. The karma comment. Read More »

Care To Get Your Castle On? A Restored Albion Castle Returns

Care To Get Your Castle On? A Restored Albion Castle Returns

A few months after Laughing Squid launched their blog from Albion Castle in early 2005 the Hunter’s Point property at 881 Innes Avenue was auctioned off at the Palace Hotel in front of a thousand spectators and sold for $2,090,000 (purchased for $400,000 in 1999). The mortgage banker buyer... Read More »