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Another High-End Redevelopment and DUM Problem at Hand

Another High-End Redevelopment and DUM Problem at Hand

Purchased as a two-unit building with a “bonus room” on the ground floor for $2.7 million in November of 2017, permits to remodel and expand the Lake District property at 230 24th Avenue were secured in 2019 and the redeveloped building returned to the market last week, listed as... Read More »

De-Mergified Home Trades for $4.5 Million

De-Mergified Home Trades for $4.5 Million

As we outlined, with graphics, back in January, at which point a pending sale of the “four-bedroom home” had been removed from the MLS: Purchased as a little two-unit building at the peak of Potrero Hill for $720,000 in February of 2012, 882-888 Carolina Street was subsequently expanded and... Read More »

Rebuilt, Reduced, In Contract and Under Investigation

Rebuilt, Reduced, In Contract and Under Investigation

Purchased as an older two-story, two-unit building for $1.3 million in September of 2014, permits to remodel and expand the Dolores Heights duplex at 3790-3792 21st Street were approved in 2016, issued in 2017, and the structure was then taken down to its framing (and then enclosed). Having passed... Read More »

Pages From the Down-Low Merger Playbook and Result(s)

Pages From the Down-Low Merger Playbook and Result(s)

Purchased as a little two-unit building at the peak of Potrero Hill for $720,000 in February of 2012, 882-888 Carolina Street was subsequently expanded and remodeled with permits for a two-unit project that were secured in 2014. While a number of complaints alleging “work beyond the scope” of the... Read More »

On the Market and Outed Anew, Another DUM on the Down-Low

On the Market and Outed Anew, Another DUM on the Down-Low

Purchased as a two-unit building for $831,500 in October of 2011, permits to remodel the two one-bedroom, one-bath units at 1566 19th Street and 395 Arkansas, on the north slope of Potrero Hill, were subsequently requested and secured in early 2012, followed by a slew of complaints. In addition... Read More »

Planning’s DUM Policy In Action On A Pacific Heights Foreclosure

Planning’s DUM Policy In Action On A Pacific Heights Foreclosure

Built as a single-family home, the property at 3014-3016 California Street was converted into a two-unit building prior to 1913. At some point in the recent past, the two units were merged and the building once again became a single-family home, but illegally without the benefit of permits or... Read More »