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Conversion of Historic Cow Hollow Garage Closer to Reality

Conversion of Historic Cow Hollow Garage Closer to Reality

Nearly foreclosed upon when on the market as a development site back in 2017, the 105-year-old Cow Hollow garage at 1776 Green Street, which has been tagged as a Class A Historic Resource for the neighborhood, ended up selling for $5.75 million in 2018. Plans to add two setback... Read More »

Down 25 Percent in the Heart of Cow Hollow

Down 25 Percent in the Heart of Cow Hollow

As we outlined last month: Purchased for $2.6 million in August of 2014 and then completely remodeled by Plath & Co, with an emphasis on preserving the home’s historic details and craftsmanship while adding luxury conveniences and finishes, the 2,400-square-foot, single-family home at 3020 Scott Street, “in the heart... Read More »

In Contract in the Heart of Cow Hollow

In Contract in the Heart of Cow Hollow

Purchased for $2.6 million in August of 2014 and then completely remodeled by Plath & Co, with an emphasis on preserving the home’s historic details and craftsmanship while adding luxury conveniences and finishes, the 2,400-square-foot, single-family home at 3020 Scott Street, “in the heart of Cow Hollow,” sold for... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for a Contemporary Cow Hollow Home

Apples-to-Apples for a Contemporary Cow Hollow Home

Purchased for a below-asking price of $4.35 million in November of 2014, the contemporary Cow Hollow home on a “coveted tree-lined block” at 2837 Greenwich Street returned to the market priced at $5.5 million this past April, a sale at which would have represented total appreciation of 26.4 percent... Read More »

Cow Hollow View Condo Closes Below Its “Buy Now” Price

Cow Hollow View Condo Closes Below Its “Buy Now” Price

Purchased for $2.2 million in June of 2014, the top floor Cow Hollow condo at 2820 Greenwich Street is outfitted with three bedrooms two baths, and two car parking, with direct elevator service to the unit and a bonus office/guest room with a full bath on the ground floor... Read More »

Residential Conversion of Historic Garage Slated for Approval

Residential Conversion of Historic Garage Slated for Approval

Having skirted foreclosure by way of a bankruptcy filing two years ago, at which point the building was on the market as a high-end development site with an $8.9 million price tag, the former Green Street Auto Body garage at 1776 Green Street ended up selling for $5.75 million... Read More »

Superlative Penthouse Fetches 1.6 Percent Over Its Early 2015 Price

Superlative Penthouse Fetches 1.6 Percent Over Its Early 2015 Price

Purchased for $1.648 million in February of 2015, the two-bedroom, two-bath corner unit #7C atop the “Amero” at 1501 Filbert Street, on the border of Cow Hollow and Russian Hill, returned to the market listed for $1.75 million this past July. The 1,040-square-foot unit features wide-plank hardwood floors, “a... Read More »

Superlatives Abound for Penthouse Approaching Its 2015 Price

Superlatives Abound for Penthouse Approaching Its 2015 Price

Purchased for $1.648 million in February of 2015, the two-bedroom, two-bath corner unit #7C atop the “Amero” at 1501 Filbert Street, on the border of Cow Hollow and Russian Hill, returned to the market listed for $1.75 million this past July, a sale at which would have represented total... Read More »

Exceptional Cow Hollow Home Fetched its 2016 Price

Exceptional Cow Hollow Home Fetched its 2016 Price

Purchased for $7.525 million in the fourth quarter of 2016, the “Trophy” Cow Hollow home with “a huge North Facing backyard” on a flat block, but with views from its upper levels, at 2764 Greenwich Street returned to the market this past January priced at $8.995 million. Reduced to... Read More »

First Shake Shack in San Francisco Slated to Be Approved

First Shake Shack in San Francisco Slated to Be Approved

Plans to convert the shuttered Real Food Company building on the southeast corner of Fillmore and Filbert into Shake Shack’s first outlet in San Francisco, as we first reported ten months ago, could be approved in three weeks time. And as we first revealed seven months ago, the proposed... Read More »