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O.G. Millennial Commune on the Market in S.F.

O.G. Millennial Commune on the Market in S.F.

Founded in a former sign factory building at 7-9 Langton Street back in 2007, “Langton Labs” was an “arts-driven warehouse community with a population of scientists, artists, engineers and world travelers,” a millennial commune of “engineers instead of hippies.” Sold for $2.35 million in August of 2016, the 6,000-square-foot... Read More »

Site of Rejected Hotel on the Market Touting Formula Retail Potential

Site of Rejected Hotel on the Market Touting Formula Retail Potential

Despite being redesigned and re-branded in an attempt to assuage fears that the proposed hotel to rise at 1196 Columbus Avenue, which had originally been targeted to millennial travelers, wouldn’t attract “late-night activity” that was “incompatible with the adjacent residential development,” the plans were rejected by San Francisco’s Planning... Read More »

Fear of Millennial Revelry Results in Hotel Rebranding and Redesign

Fear of Millennial Revelry Results in Hotel Rebranding and Redesign

Facing pushback from a number of Planning Commissioners who echoed the fears of neighbors that the proposed Moxy Hotel, a Marriott brand which targets the millennial traveler, “who understands that style can be delivered at attractive prices,” could attract “late-night activity that is incompatible with the adjacent residential development,”... Read More »

Nearly a Third of S.F. Residents Are Likely to Move out of the City

Nearly a Third of S.F. Residents Are Likely to Move out of the City

According to the latest survey conducted by the City of San Francisco, nearly a third (31%) of San Francisco residents say that they’re likely to move out of the city within the next three years, a stat which is likely to make some headlines. But unlike numerous other recent... Read More »

Will Millennials Tax Family Housing in SF or Flee with Kids in Tow?

Will Millennials Tax Family Housing in SF or Flee with Kids in Tow?

San Francisco has the lowest percentage of children of any major city in the United States, with only 18 percent of San Francisco households including a child under 19 years old versus a nationwide average of over 29 percent. But it’s not a new phenomenon. And 37 years ago... Read More »

Developer Looking to Cash Out Rather Than Build in Western SoMa

Developer Looking to Cash Out Rather Than Build in Western SoMa

Approved for development last month and positioned for a quick start, Equity Community Builders’ Western SoMa parcel and plans for a four-story development, with 46 residential units over parking for 21 cars, to rise on the parking lot at 915 Minna Street are now on the market rather than... Read More »

Millennials More Likely to Buy in Suburbia, Not in the City

Millennials More Likely to Buy in Suburbia, Not in the City

For the third year in a row, Millennials purchased a greater share (35 percent) of homes across the U.S. than any other generation. And the vast majority purchased a single-family home in a suburban area, with the share of Millennials buying in an urban or central city area decreasing... Read More »

Millennial Buyers Rule The  Roost At Emeryville Development

Millennial Buyers Rule The Roost At Emeryville Development

It took eight years, including a two-year hiatus from 2009 to 2011 when the unsold units were lost to foreclosure, but the 424-unit Bridgewater complex in Emeryville, a complex which was originally developed as a rental property in 1988, is now officially “sold out.” A few numbers to note:... Read More »