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The Numbers Behind a $19 Million Penthouse Build and Lawsuit

The Numbers Behind a $19 Million Penthouse Build and Lawsuit

Having paid $11 million for the unfinished Grand Penthouse shell #2 atop “The Pacific” at 2121 Webster Street, a unit with roughly 3,800 square feet of raw interior space and a 1,520-square-foot terrace, back in 2016, William Wang is now suing the developer of the building, Trumark Urban, and... Read More »

Plans to Raze $16 Million Sea Cliff Home and Build Anew

Plans to Raze $16 Million Sea Cliff Home and Build Anew

Quietly acquired for $16 million in August of last year, plans to raze the 11,351-square-foot, three-story Mid-Century home at 4 Sea Cliff Avenue – which was built in 1956, expanded in 1998, upgraded in 2016 and occupies a 26,432-square-foot parcel overlooking Baker Beach, the Golden Gate and its Bridge... Read More »

Seized Pac Heights Home Listed with a $14M Price Tag

Seized Pac Heights Home Listed with a $14M Price Tag

Seized by the U.S. Marshals Service earlier this year, which shouldn’t have caught any plugged-in readers by surprise, the four-bedroom, 5,100-square-foot Pacific Heights view home at 2755 Fillmore Street has now been listed with a $13,999,000 price tag. It was back in April of 2018 that we tied the... Read More »

Pac Heights Penthouse Drops Over 20 Percent in 5 Months

Pac Heights Penthouse Drops Over 20 Percent in 5 Months

Having traded for $2.895 million this past November, the “meticulously updated” two-bedroom, two-bath penthouse unit #12F atop 2200 Pacific Avenue, “on a distinguished flat block of Pacific Heights,” suddenly returned to the market with a $2.695 million price tag early last month. In addition to a coveted open floor... Read More »

$13.5 Million Pac Heights Home Has Been Seized

$13.5 Million Pac Heights Home Has Been Seized

It was back in April of 2018 that we tied the eye-popping sale of 2755 Fillmore Street for $13.5 million to Michael Lacey, the co-founder of Backpage.com, and two counts of money laundering with respect to the purchase of said home. As we noted at the time, the federal... Read More »

There Were 365 Tenant Buyouts in SF Last Year, One Hit $325K

There Were 365 Tenant Buyouts in SF Last Year, One Hit $325K

Landlords in San Francisco negotiated and inked a total of 365 legally reported buyout agreements with tenants last year, as mapped above, down slightly from 379 in 2018. For the second year in a row, the Mission was the San Francisco neighborhood with the most reported buyouts (53), now... Read More »

Down a Million in Dolores Heights

Down a Million in Dolores Heights

The “one-of-a-kind” view home at 352 Cumberland Street, which totals around 2,800 square feet of space, including two vacant studio units which front the street, and occupies a 2,850-square-foot parcel on “one of the most coveted blocks in Dolores Heights,” a block and a half from Dolores Park, was... Read More »

Pritzkers Quietly List Marin Estate With an $85 Million Price Tag

Pritzkers Quietly List Marin Estate With an $85 Million Price Tag

While ownership of the five-acre “Glenwood Estate” in Ross is hidden behind an LLC, the property was developed for John and Lisa Pritzker back in 2009. In addition to a roughly 18,000-square-foot main house, there’s a separate pool/guest house and a caretaker’s house as well, for nearly 22,000 square... Read More »

Price Cut(s) for the Cheapest Single-Family Home in San Francisco

Price Cut(s) for the Cheapest Single-Family Home in San Francisco

Purchased for $285,000 in September of 2007, the 580-square-foot single-family home with a recently remodeled kitchen, bath and facade at 17 Laidley Street, which sits “within walking distance of…Billy Goat Hill, Harry Street Stairs, Upper Noe Valley Recreation Center, and Walter Haas Playground,” hit the market priced at $749,000... Read More »

Price for the “Most Expensive Home in San Francisco” Reduced

Price for the “Most Expensive Home in San Francisco” Reduced

Priced at $45 million last year, which was misreported by some as being “the most expensive home ever listed” in San Francisco, “Residence 950” at 950 Lombard Street – which now offers around 9,500 square feet of rather spectacular living space spread across a 15,700-square-foot Russian Hill lot with... Read More »