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A Giant Elk Paid $5,550,000 For The Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44

A Giant Elk Paid $5,550,000 For The Noe Valley Firehouse No. 44

Briefly on the market for $5,250,000 this past September, the converted Noe Valley Firehouse at 3816 22nd Street quickly sold for $5,550,000 or $955 per square foot and the buyer was an extinct giant elk. Okay, so the buyer wasn’t actually an extinct giant elk but rather the “Megaloceros,... Read More »

1300 Third Street Today And In The Context Of Tomorrow

1300 Third Street Today And In The Context Of Tomorrow

Speaking of the proposed rehabilitation of 1300 Third Street, a bit of context for how the former station might fit into the plans for a fully developed third street in Mission Bay. Read More »

The Plans For The Old Firehouse At 1300 Third Street

The Plans For The Old Firehouse At 1300 Third Street

Designed by Frederick Meyer and finished in 1928, Fire Station No. 30 is a two-story steel-frame and masonry building located at 1300 Third Street, between Mission Rock and China Basin Streets with “Madrone” quickly rising behind. The subject building has a concrete foundation, brick masonry walls, cement plaster and... Read More »

Yes, You May (A.K.A. The Kind Of Comments We Love To Read)

An excerpt from our comment of the week on the sale of 909 Tennessee: Can I take a moment to tell the world again how much I love this building and have since the first time I laid eyes upon it 16 years, six months five days ago? That... Read More »

Wayne Prevails And Secures His Firehouse At 909 Tennessee

Wayne Prevails And Secures His Firehouse At 909 Tennessee

As Wayne wrote in February about his $1,310,000 bid for 909 Tennessee which San Francisco’s acting Director of Real Estate had represented as having fallen through: There’s so much I’d like to say about the deal but I’m going to leave it for the moment that we’re still in... Read More »

Noe’s Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street) Closes For Just Over 4

Noe’s Firehouse 44 (3816 22nd Street) Closes For Just Over 4

As we first reported last month: We’re not in the habit of mentioning a sale until it has closed. And considering 3816 22nd Street has been in and out of contract before, we should probably wait. Then again, it appears as though all contingencies have been waived this time... Read More »

Tomorrow’s Noe Buzz Today: Firehouse 44 Back In Contract

Tomorrow’s Noe Buzz Today: Firehouse 44 Back In Contract

We’re not in the habit of mentioning a sale until it has closed. And considering 3816 22nd Street has been in and out of contract before, we should probably wait. Then again, it appears as though all contingencies have been waived this time around. And the sale of Firehouse... Read More »

909 Tennessee: High Bid (By Far) Backs Out But Expectation Remains

909 Tennessee: High Bid (By Far) Backs Out But Expectation Remains

The minimum bid amount of $340,000 for 909 Tennessee attracted nine bidders this past November with bids ranging from $377,000 to $1,310,000. As we noted a few weeks ago, however, the “winning” high bidder (Wayneco Heavy Industries) has backed out of the buy. While the winning bid had been... Read More »

Winning Bid For Firehouse At 909 Tennessee Goes Up In Flames

Winning Bid For Firehouse At 909 Tennessee Goes Up In Flames

While the Board of Supervisors approved the sale for $1,310,000, it appears that the high bidder for the former firehouse at 909 Tennessee will not be following through on the purchase and the building will be put back out for bid. Read More »

$1,310,000 Is Bid For 909 Tennessee And The Board Says…

$1,310,000 Is Bid For 909 Tennessee And The Board Says…

As a plugged-in reader first reported the day the nine sealed bids for 909 Tennessee were opened and read aloud, the highest bid came in at $1,310,000 from a current property owner in Dogpatch. And among the items in front of today’s San Francisco Board of Supervisors meeting, a... Read More »