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Steel-Beamed Mid-Century Overlooking Sausalito

Steel-Beamed Mid-Century Overlooking Sausalito

Constructed with steel beams and columns in 1954, with walls of windows and a full-length deck overlooking Sausalito and Richardson Bay, the Mid-Century Modern home at 260 Currey Lane has just hit the market listed for $2,999,000. Originally designed by former SOM architect John Hoops, the interior of the... Read More »

The Infamous “G” Unloading Infinity Penthouse, Asking $12M

The Infamous “G” Unloading Infinity Penthouse, Asking $12M

The infamous Gurbaksh Chahal (a.k.a. “G”) purchased the penthouse unit #37B atop the first tower of The Infinity at 301 Main Street for $6.925 million in early 2008 and spent a million dollars upgrading the 3,355 square foot condo, a budget which included a reported $250K in marble flooring... Read More »

Big Vote For Beer Store Adjacent Micro-Units This Week

Big Vote For Beer Store Adjacent Micro-Units This Week

The proposed David Baker + Partners designed “micro-unit” building to rise up to six stories at 1178 Folsom Street, adjacent to the City Beer Store building at 1168 Folsom, is slated to be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this week. As designed, the Western SoMa development would rise... Read More »

A Liberty Hill Parcel Sells With Big Plans For An Übermodern Haus

A Liberty Hill Parcel Sells With Big Plans For An Übermodern Haus

One of three “Block 3900” parcels which was being marketed as a yet to be constructed Übermodern home and guest house for $5,995,000 a year ago, 3931 19th Street has just sold for $2,000,000 which includes the existing 1,800 square foot house atop the lot and approved plans to... Read More »

While The Kitchen Is Still Red, Is 733 Front Street Back In The Black?

While The Kitchen Is Still Red, Is 733 Front Street Back In The Black?

Purchased for $2,150,000 soon after the sales office at 733 Front Street opened in early 2007, the two-bedroom number 601 has returned to the market listed for $2,195,000. As plugged-in people know, one-bedrooms in the building were selling for as much as 38 percent off 2007 prices back in... Read More »

In A San Francisco Neighborhood Not So Far Away…

In A San Francisco Neighborhood Not So Far Away…

Built in 1921 but smartly updated since, and having last traded for $3,950,000 in 2002 when the Hearsts sold the property to the Marcia Lucas Living Trust, 2440 Vallejo has returned to the market asking $4,750,000 for the five bedroom home. ∙ Listing: 2440 Vallejo (5/3.5) – $4,750,000 Read More »

SocketSite’s Unofficial Penthouse Plan Challenge: Life(box) At The Top

SocketSite’s Unofficial Penthouse Plan Challenge: Life(box) At The Top

A team of plugged-in professionals have responded to our unofficial One Rincon Hill Penthouse Floor Plan Challenge with an official ORH “OMG!” entry. And this time, it’s not only the floor plan above (click to enlarge), but design notes and 3D rendering that follow. In the words of our... Read More »

1501 Greenwich: A Plugged-In Reader Finds The Floor Plans

1501 Greenwich: A Plugged-In Reader Finds The Floor Plans

While the website for 1501 Greenwich isn’t officially live (“the home page isn’t up yet, and the guestbook signup is broken”), a plugged-in reader finds the floor plans for the one, two, and three bedroom condos. If interested, you might want to get ’em while you can. UPDATE: As... Read More »