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Hacked up Laurel Heights Home Returns at a Loss

Hacked up Laurel Heights Home Returns at a Loss

The former San Francisco home and studio space of the late Howard Hack has sat (mostly) vacant for over a decade, with interior walls that were purposefully (re)moved by the artist and a “profound” amount of deferred maintenance. Listed as a remarkable “blank canvas” after Hack’s passing for $1.2... Read More »

Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Fetches $1.455 Million

Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Fetches $1.455 Million

The sale of the deteriorating Laurel Height building at 54-56 Cook Street, which was the former San Francisco home and studio space of Howard Hack, the distinguished local artist who passed away last year, has closed escrow with a contract price of $1.455 million or roughly $638 per existing... Read More »

A Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Hits the Market for $1.2M

A Hacked Up Laurel Heights Home Hits the Market for $1.2M

The former San Francisco home and studio space of Howard Hack, the distinguished local artist who passed away last year, the two-unit Laurel Heights building at 54-56 Cook Street has sat (mostly) vacant for over 15 years. And it shows. Or to quote the agent for the property which... Read More »