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Before And After: A Designer Remodel And Meld

Before And After: A Designer Remodel And Meld

Purchased as a vacant two-unit building for $1,700,000 in May of 2013, the Cow Hollow property at 3218 Buchanan Street was “completely renovated in 2014” under the direction of designer Jean-Pierre Berthy and has returned to the market configured as a single-family home for $2,995,000. The kitchen before and after:... Read More »

Modern Cow Hollow Home On The Market For $10.5M

Modern Cow Hollow Home On The Market For $10.5M

Gutted and remodeled by Sheinholtz Associates in the 1990’s and then rebuilt in concrete, steel, aluminum and glass by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects in 2006, the modern Cow Hollow home at 2555 Union Street was purchased for $7,950,000 in November of 2012 having been listed for $9,250,000 the year before.... Read More »

Fixed Up, Platinum Certified And Asking $10M More In Cow Hollow

Fixed Up, Platinum Certified And Asking $10M More In Cow Hollow

As we first reported a few months ago, the Cow Hollow home at 2680 Green Street was purchased as a “fixer” for $3,100,000 in 2010, was completely renovated as “a masterwork in sustainability and design,” and was about to hit the market listed for $13,000,000.  And now it has.... Read More »

Green On Green For Even More Green, And White

Green On Green For Even More Green, And White

Purchased as a “fixer” for $3,100,000 in 2010 and looking a little less modern at the time, the Cow Hollow home at 2680 Green Street is about to hit the market listed for $13,000,000 as a completely renovated, “ultra-sustainable” residence with applications for LEED Platinum and Passive Home certification... Read More »

Filling Up Along The Van Ness Corridor: Filbert Street Corner Plans

Filling Up Along The Van Ness Corridor: Filbert Street Corner Plans

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week, plans for a six-story building to rise on the former service station and perennial Delancy Street Christmas tree lot on the northwest corner of Van Ness Avenue and Filbert (a.k.a. 2601 Van Ness). As proposed, the development includes 27... Read More »

Will San Francisco’s Planning Commission Just Do It For Nike?

Will San Francisco’s Planning Commission Just Do It For Nike?

With the Metro Theater conversion nearing completion next door, San Francisco’s Planning Commission is set to vote on whether to allow Nike to take over and renovate the former Rugby storefront at 2071 Union Street which has sat vacant since January of 2013. Despite being formula retail, the Planning... Read More »

Four-Story Marina Building Approved To Rise

Four-Story Marina Building Approved To Rise

The proposed four-story building to be built on the south side of Lombard between Pierce and Scott has been approved to rise with 21 market rate dwelling units over ground floor retail and parking. Read More »

From Failed Bites To Building Up On Lombard Street A Bit

From Failed Bites To Building Up On Lombard Street A Bit

A long suffering space for a slew of failed restaurants, the one-story building at 2353 Lombard between Pierce and Scott will be razed and a four-story building with 21 residential units over 2,700 square feet of commercial space will be constructed on the site if approved. The proposed mix... Read More »

A Redevelopment Home Run (With An Asterisk)

A Redevelopment Home Run (With An Asterisk)

Purchased for $1,635,000 in January of 2012 with two vacant units, an occupied in-law (which was leased for $500 per month), and one parking spot, the Cow Hollow building at 2827 Greenwich Street returned to the market in May having been redeveloped as a “single-family home” with five bedrooms,... Read More »

Contemporary Cow Hollow Redevelopment and Design on Greenwich

Contemporary Cow Hollow Redevelopment and Design on Greenwich

Purchased for $1,635,000 in January of 2012 with two vacant units, an occupied in-law (which was leased for $500 per month), and one parking spot, the Cow Hollow building at 2827 Greenwich Street has just returned to the market having been redeveloped as a single-family home with a “guest... Read More »