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Price Index for New Condos in San Francisco Flat Year-Over-Year

While the Mark Company’s Pricing Index for new construction condominiums in San Francisco ticked up two (2) percent from February to March, it’s now flat on a year-over-year basis having steadily slipped from 20 percent higher in August (at which point we first reported a significant slowdown in sales).... Read More »

Price Index for New Condos Ticks up but Nearly Flat Year-Over-Year

While the Mark Company’s Pricing Index for new construction condominiums in San Francisco has ticked up for the first time in six months, increasing 4 percent from January to February, it remains a nominal 2 percent higher on a year-over-year basis for the second month in a row, which... Read More »

San Francisco and East Bay Apartment Rents Slip

San Francisco and East Bay Apartment Rents Slip

While it’s a nominal change, the average asking rent for an apartment in a building with over 50 units in both San Francisco and the East Bay slipped at the end of 2015 as a post-recession wave of new construction, the pipeline of which has hit a record high,... Read More »

Here Come the Condos

With new supply continuing to outpace demand, the inventory of homes listed for sale in San Francisco increased 14 percent over the past week and is now running 31 percent higher versus the same time last year. At a more granular level, while the number of listed single-family homes... Read More »

A Record 62,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

A Record 62,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

With proposals for over 3,000 units of housing having been submitted to the City in the fourth quarter of last year, San Francisco’s housing pipeline now totals a record 62,000 units, including 8,700 units which are already under construction and should be ready for occupancy within the next year... Read More »

The Future of San Francisco’s Skyline

The Future of San Francisco’s Skyline

The first public hearing for the proposed amendment to the previously approved Redevelopment Plan for San Francisco’s Transbay District, an amendment which would raise the height limit for Transbay Block 1, a block which is currently only zoned for development up to 300 feet in height but upon which... Read More »

Another 4,000 Units Added to San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

Another 4,000 Units Added to San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

Following our housing pipeline report for San Francisco last week, the Planning Department updated their dataset to include all activity through the end of September, pushing the total number of housing units under construction in the city up from 8,100 to 8,900 and the total pipeline of development up... Read More »

The 55,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

The 55,000 Units in San Francisco’s Housing Pipeline

According to our latest survey of the Planning Department’s data, the number of (net-new) housing units under construction in San Francisco remains around 8,100 with building permits for another 5,500 units issued, approved or in the works. There are another 28,300 units of housing in projects that have been... Read More »

55,000 Units Of Housing In San Francisco’s Development Pipeline

55,000 Units Of Housing In San Francisco’s Development Pipeline

According to our survey of the Planning Department’s data, there are roughly 8,100 net-new units of housing currently under construction in San Francisco and 5,600 units for which the building permits have been issued, approved or requested and construction could soon begin. Another 28,300 units of housing have been... Read More »

San Francisco’s Downtown Plan And Monitoring Report

San Francisco’s Downtown Plan And Monitoring Report

A core tenet of San Francisco’s Downtown Plan states, “without sufficient and appropriate housing to serve new commercial development, local housing costs increase, thereby compromising the vitality of downtown.” Or from the lead paragraph from the latest monitoring report for the Plan with respect to Housing: “The Downtown... Read More »