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Twitter Co-Founder’s Former Noe Home Fetches $4.5 Million

Twitter Co-Founder’s Former Noe Home Fetches $4.5 Million

As we outlined earlier this year: Purchased by the former CEO and co-founder of Twitter for $2.4 million in early 2009, the finishes of the Owen Kennerly designed home at 313 Duncan Street were then further refined. And the upgraded Noe Valley pad was sold to an employee at... Read More »

The Draft Plans and New Timing for Temporary Terminal Site

The Draft Plans and New Timing for Temporary Terminal Site

The draft plans for the redevelopment of the southern third of the shuttered Temporary Terminal Site, a nearly 43,000-square-foot block bounded by a future extension of Clementina Street to the north, Main Street to the east, Folsom Street to the south, and Beale Street to the west, have been... Read More »

313 Duncan Returns

313 Duncan Returns

Purchased by the former CEO and co-founder of Twitter for $2.4 million in early 2009, the finishes of the Owen Kennerly designed home at 313 Duncan Street were then further refined. And the upgraded Noe Valley pad was sold to an employee at Genetech for $3.2 million in August... Read More »

When Up is Down: Apples-to-Apples in the Mission

When Up is Down: Apples-to-Apples in the Mission

As we outlined last month, the signature 1,886-square-foot end unit #203 in the three-unit building at 201-207 Guerrero Street, which was designed by Kennerly Architecture and built in 2004, features an open main floor with a double height living room and corner windows; a total of three bedrooms and... Read More »

Up and Down for a Signature Unit in the Mission

Up and Down for a Signature Unit in the Mission

Designed by Kennerly Architecture and built in 2004, the signature end unit of the three-unit building at 201-207 Guerrero Street, unit #203, features an open main floor with a double height living room and corner windows; a total of three bedrooms and three baths; an office mezzanine; a private... Read More »

Transformative Market Street Project Slated for Approval

Transformative Market Street Project Slated for Approval

Plans for the proposed 584-unit development to rise up to ten stories in height across the Market Street parcels upon which the Civic Center Hotel (1601 Market), Local 38 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Hall (1621 Market) and two-story Lesser Brothers Building (1629‐1637 Market) currently sit are slated to be... Read More »

Another Oakland Development Is Redesigned

Another Oakland Development Is Redesigned

As we first reported last week, the Strada Investment Group is seeking permission to increase the density of the approved development to rise at 1100 Clay Street, between 11th and 12th Streets in Oakland’s City Center, from 262 apartments as approved to 288 as envisioned. And once again, the... Read More »

The Impact of a Transformative Market Street Project and New Park

The Impact of a Transformative Market Street Project and New Park

The Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR) for the proposed 584-unit development to rise up to ten stories in height across the Market Street parcels upon which the Civic Center Hotel (1601 Market), Local 38 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Hall (1621 Market), and two-story Lesser Brothers Building (1629‐1637 Market) currently... Read More »

Timing for a Transformative Market Street Project and New Park

Timing for a Transformative Market Street Project and New Park

With the preparation of the required Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed 584-unit development to rise up to ten stories in height across the Market Street parcels upon which the Civic Center Hotel (1601 Market), Local 38 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union Hall (1621 Market), and two-story retail building... Read More »

The Formal Plans for 584 Units on Market and a New Park

The Formal Plans for 584 Units on Market and a New Park

The formal application and new renderings for a proposed 584-unit development to rise up to eight ten stories in height across the Market Street parcels upon which the five-story Civic Center Hotel (1601 Market), Local 38 Plumbers and Pipefitters Union hall (1621 Market), and retail building at 1629‐1637 Market... Read More »