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Over Asking, but at a Loss, for a Designer Clocktower Loft

Over Asking, but at a Loss, for a Designer Clocktower Loft

Purchased for $375,000 in 1995, the roughly 1,800-square-foot ClockTower loft #557T at 461 2nd Street was subsequently remodeled, incorporating two tons of river rock and $400K worth of custom fabricated steel and glass designed by Olle Lundberg. The remodeled loft subsequently traded for $1,050,000 in September 2000; for $785,000... Read More »

Plans for an Historic Renovation, Addition and Repurposing

Plans for an Historic Renovation, Addition and Repurposing

Built for the Eng-Skell Co. (which is now known as ESCO Foods) in 1930, the three-story Art Deco building at 1035 Howard Street provided laboratory, manufacturing, warehouse and office space for the development and production of flavoring extracts, soda fountains, toppings and syrups. And having been deeded to Embarcadeo... Read More »

Mint Plaza Penthouse Fetches $4M

Mint Plaza Penthouse Fetches $4M

Listed for $4.5 million last July, the price for the 3,221 square foot penthouse atop the Silver Building, which fronts Mint Plaza at 424 Jessie Street, was reduced to $4.3 million in November and then relisted and reduced to $3.995 million last month. Yesterday, the sale of the three-level... Read More »

Price Cut(s) For Designer Mint Plaza Penthouse

Price Cut(s) For Designer Mint Plaza Penthouse

Listed for $4.5 million last July, the price for the 3,221 square foot penthouse atop the Silver Building, which fronts Mint Plaza at 424 Jessie Street, was reduced to $4.3 million in November.  And in December the unit was de-listed from the MLS without a reported sale. Re-listed for $4.3 million... Read More »

Designer Mint Plaza Penthouse On The Market For $4.5M

Designer Mint Plaza Penthouse On The Market For $4.5M

The 3,221 square foot penthouse atop the Silver Building, which fronts Mint Plaza at 424 Jessie Street, has hit the market listed for $4,500,000. The high-end kitchen is outfitted with Anigre wood cabinets, granite counter tops, and a cast glass eating counter which is mounted to a cast-in-place concrete kitchen... Read More »

Remodeled with Two Tons of Rock and $400K worth of Steel Work

Remodeled with Two Tons of Rock and $400K worth of Steel Work

With two tons of river rock and $400,000 worth of fabricated steel and glass inside, the Olle Lundberg designed loft #T557 at the ClockTower (461 2nd Street) sold for $1,160,000 in early 2007 having been on the market for $1,195,000 at the time. Listed for $1,399,000 two months ago... Read More »

The Friends’ Freaky Ransom Note And A Neighbor’s Perspective

The Friends’ Freaky Ransom Note And A Neighbor’s Perspective

A plugged-in neighbor offers another perspective on the proposed 226 Edgewood project that has incited Friends of Parnassus Heights: We are neighbors who received one of the self-addressed stamped envelopes from the project’s opponents — like everyone else did in our area. To be honest, the photocopied, handwritten letter... Read More »

Inside Lundberg’s Modern Manse On Jackson

Inside Lundberg’s Modern Manse On Jackson

Morgan chides us for leaving you hanging without any interior shots of yesterday’s modern manse on Jackson. We respond with a direct link to the “Pacific Heights Residence” on the Lundberg Design website. (Be sure not to miss the little up/down navigational arrows in the lower right-hand corner of... Read More »

Lundberg, ClockTower, And Cocktails…Oh My!

Lundberg, ClockTower, And Cocktails…Oh My!

We’re huge fans of Architect Olle Lundberg’s design aesthetic (and happen to covet the Norwegian car ferry he inhabits near China Beach). And seeing as how we’re not expecting an invitation to tour the inside of Ellison’s San Francisco pad (a Lundberg designed home), we’re jumping on the opportunity... Read More »