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Billionaires Row Mansion Officially Listed For $39M

Billionaires Row Mansion Officially Listed For $39M

Listed for $32 million in 2010, the 16,400-square-foot Gold Coast home at 2701 Broadway ended up selling to celebrity chef Roxanne Klein and her entrepreneur/environmentalist husband Michael Klein (who once toured with The Dead) for $27 million in early 2012. Designed by James Miller and built for a lumber... Read More »

$18 Million for a Billionaire’s View and Eleven More for the House

$18 Million for a Billionaire’s View and Eleven More for the House

It was almost four years ago that we first told you the tale of eight twenty-somethings moving to an $8 million rental up on San Francisco’s Billionaires Row, a home that subsequently morphed into an unofficial tech incubator. As we revealed about the property at 2712 Broadway which was... Read More »

From David Sacks With Respect To 2845 Broadway (And SocketSite)

From David Sacks With Respect To 2845 Broadway (And SocketSite)

  Straight from David Sacks with respect to the sale of 2845 Broadway which we first reported having sold for $20,000,000 last month but Trulia just reported having sold for $34,500,000 with “a portion of the sale…recorded as alternative personal property for tax reasons” according to their “in-the-know” sources:... Read More »

2901 Broadway Sells For $28,250,000 And The City Seriously Benefits

2901 Broadway Sells For $28,250,000 And The City Seriously Benefits

After 2,058 days on the market, the sale of 2901 Broadway closed escrow on Friday with a reported contract price of $28,250,000 to become the third most expensive single-family home to have ever sold in San Francisco. The transfer tax paid to the City at the time of the... Read More »

Will This Be San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home By Year’s End?

Will This Be San Francisco’s Most Expensive Home By Year’s End?

First listed for sale for $55,000,000 in 2007 having served as the 2007 Decorator Showcase Home, the seller of 2901 Broadway received a rumored four offers that year, all of which were countered at asking and all of which walked away. Having been on the market since and reduced... Read More »

With A Local Whale Landed, Another Mansion Is Reduced

With A Local Whale Landed, Another Mansion Is Reduced

As we wrote about 2901 Broadway this past January: With 1,727 days on the market, the list price for 2901 Broadway has just been reduced another $7,000,000, now asking $38,000,000 and now the second most expensive listing in San Francisco, just behind 2845 Broadway which was reduced to $38,500,000... Read More »

Designs For The $8 Million “Teardown” On Billionaires Row

Designs For The $8 Million “Teardown” On Billionaires Row

It was back in 2009 that we first told you the tale of eight twentysomethings moving to an $8 million rental up on San Francisco’s Billionaires Row. As we wrote about 2712 Broadway which traded for $7,800,000 that April then landed on Craigslist asking $14,000 a month: Purchased by... Read More »

The Super Confidential Sale Price And Raw Scoop For 2701 Broadway

The Super Confidential Sale Price And Raw Scoop For 2701 Broadway

Having originally been listed for $32,000,000 this past September and withdrawn from the MLS in January (having been reduced to $28,500,000), the sale of 2701 Broadway closed escrow on the last day of February without a reported contract price. The “super confidential” sale price, according to a plugged-in tipster,... Read More »

From Tangerine To A Gold Coast Dream

From Tangerine To A Gold Coast Dream

Okay, while we weren’t going to name names, apparently the Wall Street Journal did, and the buyer of 2950 Broadway was musician (think Tangerine Dream) turned real estate and natural resource investor Peter Baumann. Read More »

2950 Broadway Sells For $29,500,000 (And No, That’s Not A Typo)

2950 Broadway Sells For $29,500,000 (And No, That’s Not A Typo)

The sale of 2950 Broadway closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of $29,500,000 ($2,682 per listed square foot). In the absolute, call it the second most expensive single-family home sale in San Francisco history, for as plugged-in people know, 2840 Broadway quietly sold for $33,000,000 this past... Read More »