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Budget To Build 72 Affordable Units In The Mission: $888,889 Each

Budget To Build 72 Affordable Units In The Mission: $888,889 Each

According to a Project Manager at the Mayor’s Office of Housing, the total project cost for the 72-unit building which the City is planning to develop at 490 South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street in the Mission has been estimated at $64 million or roughly $888,889 per unit.... Read More »

17,000 Square Feet Of Space And Parking For 40 Cars In Los Altos Hills

17,000 Square Feet Of Space And Parking For 40 Cars In Los Altos Hills

Built for C. Earl Dawson in 1939 on what was then a 130-acre assemblage of land purchased from the University of California in 1936, the 17,000-square-foot Rancho San Antonio estate now occupies a 5.6-acre parcel at 11627 Dawson Drive in Los Altos Hills. Purchased for $6 million in 1997,... Read More »

City To Pay Luxury Price For Affordable Mission District Development

City To Pay Luxury Price For Affordable Mission District Development

The City of San Francisco has agreed to pay $18.5 million for the former “Quality Tune-Up” site at 490 South Van Ness Avenue and 16th Street in the Mission, a site which was purchased by a developer for $2.65 million in 2009 and successfully entitled for the building of 72 units... Read More »

No Sale For Eye-Popping Cole Valley Listing (Yet)

No Sale For Eye-Popping Cole Valley Listing (Yet)

Aiming for a record-shattering $7.7 million sale, the listing for the completely re-built Cole Valley home at 150 Carmel Street has been withdrawn from the MLS after two and a half months on the market without a reported sale. Designed by Sutro Architects and built by Design Line Construction,... Read More »

Barbeques, Beach Parties And Long Weekends On The Brain

Barbeques, Beach Parties And Long Weekends On The Brain

With barbecues, beach parties and a celebratory long weekend on the collective brain, we turn our attention to the Stinson Beach home at 13 Walla Vista. Built in 1980, the three-bedroom pad has since remodeled with walls of accordion glass doors opening the house to the inner courtyard and... Read More »

Bayview ‘Castle’ Sells For $1.4M, That’s 4x Its 2012 Purchase Price

Bayview ‘Castle’ Sells For $1.4M, That’s 4x Its 2012 Purchase Price

While the listing for the Bayview “castle” at 53-55 Pomona Street was quietly withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale last month, it would appear the duplex has actually sold for $1.39 million. Having traded hands for $880,000 in 2006, the Pomona Street property was foreclosed upon in 2008... Read More »

$3.7M For Three Parking Spaces (And A One-Bedroom) In Pac Heights

$3.7M For Three Parking Spaces (And A One-Bedroom) In Pac Heights

The one-bedroom carriage house at 2974 Pacific Avenue in Pacific Heights has closed escrow with a reported contract price of $3.7 million.  And no, it’s not likely to be torn down. As we wrote last week: Built to serve as the carriage house for the Newhall Mansion which is now hidden... Read More »

275 Square Foot Room Without A View Fetches $465K

275 Square Foot Room Without A View Fetches $465K

The Book Concern Building condo #511 which measures a legal 275 square feet – that’s 16 square feet smaller than the “smallest condo in San Francisco” that made headlines when it fetched $415,000 in April – has sold for $465,000 or roughly $1,690 per square foot. Having originally been listed at $485,000, rather... Read More »

Stinson Beach Compound On The Market For $18M

Stinson Beach Compound On The Market For $18M

The five-bedroom Stinson Beach home which sits on a double oceanfront lot at 266 Seadrift Road has hit the market listed for $18 million, but the eye-popping price does include the undeveloped lagoon-facing double lot across the road known as 263 Seadrift (which was purchased for $565,000 in 2002)... Read More »

Billionaires Row Mansion ‘Only’ Fetches $31M

Billionaires Row Mansion ‘Only’ Fetches $31M

The sale of the Billionaires Row mansion at 2701 Broadway has just closed escrow with a contract price of $31 million, a whopping $8 million under asking but still $4 million more than celebrity chef Roxanne Klein and her entrepreneur/environmentalist husband Michael Klein (who once toured with The Dead) paid... Read More »