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Up and Down for Another Depreciated Mission District Penthouse

Up and Down for Another Depreciated Mission District Penthouse

On the heels of the penthouse unit #504 atop the V20 building at 3590 20th having just resold for $2.5 million, up $261K (11.7 percent) versus its depreciated resale for $2.239 million in 2017 but still $95K (3.7 percent) below its sale for $2.595 million in mid-2015, an adjacent... Read More »

Depreciated Mission District Penthouse Trades for $261K More

Depreciated Mission District Penthouse Trades for $261K More

As we outlined last month: Purchased for $2.595 million or roughly $1,433 per square foot in July of 2015, the three-bedroom penthouse unit #504 atop the Mission District development at 3590 20th and Valencia Street (a.k.a. the “V20” building) returned to the market priced at $2.8 million in 2016,... Read More »

Price Cut for Permitted Development Site on Valencia

Price Cut for Permitted Development Site on Valencia

As we outlined back in the fourth quarter of 2017: While forced to be redesigned in order to minimize its projected future shadow following a semi-successful challenge initiated by the owner of Zeitgeist across the street, the contentious plans for a five-story building with 28 condos over 6,300 square... Read More »

Depreciated Mission District Penthouse Returns

Depreciated Mission District Penthouse Returns

Purchased for $2.595 million or roughly $1,433 per square foot in July of 2015, the three-bedroom penthouse unit #504 atop the Mission District development at 3590 20th and Valencia Street (a.k.a. the “V20” building) returned to the market priced at $2.8 million in 2016, a sale at which would... Read More »

There Were 365 Tenant Buyouts in SF Last Year, One Hit $325K

There Were 365 Tenant Buyouts in SF Last Year, One Hit $325K

Landlords in San Francisco negotiated and inked a total of 365 legally reported buyout agreements with tenants last year, as mapped above, down slightly from 379 in 2018. For the second year in a row, the Mission was the San Francisco neighborhood with the most reported buyouts (53), now... Read More »

Historic Mission District Garage Back in Play

Historic Mission District Garage Back in Play

As referenced by a plugged-in reader, the Spanish Infusion School, which was formerly known as Marin Prep, has formally abandoned its plans to convert the “Superior” Mission District garage at 3140-3150 16th Street into a private elementary school. According to a representative for the project, “the reality of the... Read More »

Planning Pans Plans for Underground Sleeping Rooms

Planning Pans Plans for Underground Sleeping Rooms

As we first outlined a few months ago, plans for a modern SRO building to rise up to 86 feet in height on the southeast corner of South Van Ness Avenue and 15th Street have been drawn, plans which would yield over 200 beds of mostly market-rate housing, with... Read More »

More Mission District Infill on the Boards

More Mission District Infill on the Boards

Plans for a new six-story building to rise at 2955 Mission Street, which is one door down from the proposed modern addition to rise atop the historic building at 2965-2967 Mission Street in the Mission, are in the works. And as newly rendered by Sternberg Benjamin Architects, the 65-foot-tall... Read More »

Bonus Development on the Edge of the Mission Closer to Reality

Bonus Development on the Edge of the Mission Closer to Reality

As we first reported earlier this year: In a move which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, plans for 7-story development to rise upon the 1458 San Bruno Avenue parcel, adjacent to Potrero del Sol Park and the Meadows Livingstone School, on the southeastern edge of the Mission,... Read More »

Reinstated Development Back on the Market in the Mission

Reinstated Development Back on the Market in the Mission

While the demolition and building permits for the approved modern 53 unit building to rise on the southeast corner of 16th and Florida Streets in the Mission were issued last year, they were subsequently suspended following an appeal of the development’s perceived impact – in terms of its affordable... Read More »