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Appreciation for a Historic Heublein Building Loft

Appreciation for a Historic Heublein Building Loft

Purchased for $930,000 in March of 2016, the 953-square-foot unit #101 in the historic Heublein building at 601 4th Street, across the street from a new Central Subway stop at the intersection of Brannan, returned to the market listed for $995,000 at the end of February, configured as a... Read More »

West Oakland Development Seeks Extension, Aims to Break Ground

West Oakland Development Seeks Extension, Aims to Break Ground

Originally approved for development back in December of 2014, the entitlements to develop 235 apartments over 14,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space and parking for 239 cars upon the Wood Street District block known as Development Area 8, fronting Wood Street between 20th and West Grand Avenue,... Read More »

Plans for 96 Affordable Studios to Rise Right Here

Plans for 96 Affordable Studios to Rise Right Here

While not currently zoned for the development of residential units, plans for a five-story building with 96 below market rate studios to rise over 2,100 square feet of ground floor “Arts/PDR” space on the 56-space parking lot parcel at 71 Boardman Place have been drawn. As proposed by the... Read More »

Being The Heublein Building In General, And #323 In Specific

Being The Heublein Building In General, And #323 In Specific

As we wrote about the Heublein Building in 2007: In 1991, Holliday Development brought 88 live/work lofts in the converted Heublein Building (601 4th Street) to market. The conversion of the former wine distributorship marked San Francisco’s first commercial-turned-residential development (predating two other Holliday developments: ClockTower Lofts and 355... Read More »

The Heublein Building Lofts (601 4th Street)

The Heublein Building Lofts (601 4th Street)

In 1991, Holliday Development brought 88 live/work lofts in the converted Heublein Building (601 4th Street) to market. The conversion of the former wine distributorship marked San Francisco’s first commercial-turned-residential development (predating two other Holliday developments – The ClockTower Lofts and 355 Bryant). According to Holliday, “espite the pending... Read More »

The ClockTower Lofts (461 2nd Street)

The ClockTower Lofts (461 2nd Street)

A recent debate about the impact of Bay Bridge traffic and noise on a number of Rincon Hill developments leads to a logical end beginning: soliciting input from those who have lived in a similarly situated development over the course of the past 14 years. Developed by Rick Holliday,... Read More »

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

We really weren’t kidding about our love for 355 Bryant. It’s one of the true loft conversion buildings in San Francisco, and for the most part, it’s beautifully done. Granted, it’s not the right building for everyone, but if you like New York style lofts with open floor plans,... Read More »