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‘Out-Of-Scale’ Lower Pac Heights Development Underway

‘Out-Of-Scale’ Lower Pac Heights Development Underway

The former one-story Booker T. Washington Community Services Center (BTWCSC) at 800 Presidio Avenue has been razed and the building permits for a new five-story Center originally designed by Brand + Allen – with 50 units of affordable housing, around 15,000 square feet of program space, and a 175-seat gymnasium –... Read More »

A High Tech Home Hidden Behind A Classic Façade

A High Tech Home Hidden Behind A Classic Façade

Purchased as a two-unit building for $1,350,000 two years ago, the “stunning rebuilt Pacific Heights residence” at 3083 California Street has just returned to the market listed as a “Modern/High Tech” single-family home for $4,895,000. The 4,658-square-foot home’s listed four bedrooms include the new “media room/guest bedroom” with a... Read More »

Back Near The Heights (And Full House Façade) On Broderick

Back Near The Heights (And Full House Façade) On Broderick

The remodeled Lower Pacific Heights home at 1705 Broderick Street, two doors down from the Full House façade at 1709 Broderick, was purchased for $2,800,000 near the end of 2007. Two months ago, the remodeled 2,648 square foot Victorian returned to the market listed for $2,895,000. By most accounts... Read More »

Peak To Trough And Back In The Heights

Peak To Trough And Back In The Heights

Near the end of 2007, the Lower Pacific Heights home at 1705 Broderick Street, two doors down from the Full House façade at 1709 Broderick, was purchased for $2,800,000. The 2,648 square foot Victorian returned to the market today listed for $2,895,000. Over in Bernal, 442 Anderson Street was... Read More »

Not Dueling But Dual Stoves (And Pot Fillers To Boot)

Not Dueling But Dual Stoves (And Pot Fillers To Boot)

Forget the duel between gas and electric ranges, the dual stoves at 1703 Octavia are back. And yes, there are dual pot fillers, sinks and dishwashers as well. Purchased for $1,870,000 in 2007 but then remodeled and expanded by enclosing an existing porch, the Lower Pacific Heights property is... Read More »

The Plans For 800 Presidio Avenue Don’t Appeal To Everyone

The Plans For 800 Presidio Avenue Don’t Appeal To Everyone

On the agenda for San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors this afternoon, an appeal of the Environmental Impact Report (EIR) for the proposed Booker T. Washington Community Services Center at 800 Presidio Avenue which would yield 50 housing units (24 for low income households, 24 for low income transitional age... Read More »

800 Presidio Avenue Refined And Re-Rendered

800 Presidio Avenue Refined And Re-Rendered

The renderings have been refined, the views from the court should be rather fan-tastic, and on Thursday San Francisco’s Planning Commission is scheduled to vote on the proposed new Booker T. Washington Community Services Center at 800 Presidio Avenue. The project proposes to construct a state-of-the-art community facility space... Read More »

$7,800,000 Brings The Payne At 1409 Sutter

$7,800,000 Brings The Payne At 1409 Sutter

Designed by Curlett & Cuthbertson and built in 1881 for Theodore F. Payne, the Payne Mansion at 1409 Sutter survived the fire in 1906 and has since been registered as a historic place in San Francisco. Serving in later years as a restaurant, an office building and even a... Read More »

The Grand Plans For 800 Presidio Avenue As Proposed

The Grand Plans For 800 Presidio Avenue As Proposed

The plans for 800 Presidio Avenue in Lower Pacific Heights as proposed, currently the site of a two-story, wood-frame 12,600-square-foot community center built in 1952 and operating as the Booker T. Washington Community Service Center: The proposed project would be constructed within one structure that would be divided into... Read More »

Conjuring Up Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner

Conjuring Up Warm Thoughts Of A Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner

It wasn’t the quick $130,000 price reduction (after less than a week on the market), or even the Los Gatos broker’s pre-reduction note (“fixup cost $250,000.00 Possible resale value would be $1,700,000.00”) which caught our attention. No, it was simply the vintage Wedgewood stove which conjured up warm thoughts... Read More »