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UCSF’s Ambitious Plan to Expand Its Parnassus Heights Campus

UCSF’s Ambitious Plan to Expand Its Parnassus Heights Campus

The growth and expansion of UCSF’s 107-acre Parnassus Heights Campus, which includes the 61-acre Mount Sutro Open Space Reserve, was limited to a total of 3.55 million square feet of developed, non-residential space back in 1976, a limit which it has slightly exceeded by around 150,000 square feet. But... Read More »

Landmark Doelger Building Back on the Market

Landmark Doelger Building Back on the Market

Built for Henry Doelger back in 1932, the now landmarked Art Deco building with a Streamline Modern addition at 320-326 Judah Street served as the headquarters, warehouse and sales office for the San Francisco builder extraordinaire into the 1950s. Purchased out of probate for $1.45 million in 2012 and... Read More »

Developer Spikes Plans for Massive Inner Sunset Project

Developer Spikes Plans for Massive Inner Sunset Project

While the development team had been planning to break ground on the massive 445-unit Kirkham Heights project next year and the Environmental Review for what would have been the largest development in the history of the Inner Sunset was underway, Westlake Urban has formally withdrawn its application to move... Read More »

Timing for Massive Development Revealed

Timing for Massive Development Revealed

With the preparation of the proposed project’s Environmental Impact Report (EIR) now underway, we now have the anticipated timing for the massive 445-unit redevelopment of Kirkham Heights to share. Assuming the development is approved by the City without any substantial delays, the project team is planning to break ground... Read More »

Planning for Record-Setting Inner Sunset Project Moving Forward

Planning for Record-Setting Inner Sunset Project Moving Forward

Westlake Urban, which purchased the 86-unit Kirkham Heights apartment complex at 1530-1585 5th Avenue back in 1976, is pushing forward with plans to level the existing 11-building complex and build up to 445 units across the 6-acre site, with six new buildings rising up to 40 feet in slope-measured... Read More »

Potential Historic Resource Sells for $1.57 Million in the Sunset

Potential Historic Resource Sells for $1.57 Million in the Sunset

Listed for $1.795 million in March, the sale of the corner property at 1455 Irving and 16th Avenue, upon which the remnants of an historic neighborhood service station sit, has just closed escrow for $1.57 million. Back in 2011, it was determined that the station’s former garage, which sat... Read More »

Headed To The Courthouse Steps For $219K

Headed To The Courthouse Steps For $219K

The dilapidated single-family home at 1408 19th Avenue has seen better days, with front steps that have been in a state of disrepair since at least 2002. In and out of default since 2010, a foreclosure auction is scheduled for the 1,812-square-foot home tomorrow morning, August 11, with $218,745.92... Read More »

Foreclosed-Upon Inner Sunset Home Sells For Sub-2005 Price

Foreclosed-Upon Inner Sunset Home Sells For Sub-2005 Price

Purchased for $765,000 in December of 2005, the 1,500 square-foot single-family home at 1554 19th Avenue was foreclosed upon last July and listed by the bank’s agent for $1,017,500 this past December. Six price cuts later, the asking price was down to $699,000 in May.  And yesterday, the sale of... Read More »

Foreclosed Upon Inner Sunset Home Down To Sub-2005 Price

Foreclosed Upon Inner Sunset Home Down To Sub-2005 Price

Purchased for $765,000 in December of 2005, the 1,500 square-foot single-family home at 1554 19th Avenue was foreclosed upon last July and listed by the bank’s agent for $1,017,500 this past December. And with six price cuts over the past five months, the list price for the Inner Sunset home... Read More »

Foreclosed Upon Five Months Ago, The Bank Seeks To Cash Out

Foreclosed Upon Five Months Ago, The Bank Seeks To Cash Out

Purchased for $765,000 in 2005, the 1,500 square-foot single-family home at 1554 19th Avenue returned to the market in mid-2008 listed for $799,000 but failed to sell. Three years later, the property was listed as a “short sale” with prices ranging from $560,000 to $465,000.  But once again, it... Read More »