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Developer Seeks Forgiveness for Reimagined $9.4 Million Home

Developer Seeks Forgiveness for Reimagined $9.4 Million Home

Purchased for $1.5 million in August of 2014, when bank-owned, two legal units and partially tenant occupied, the “classic Victorian” at 3847-3849 18th Street, half a block from San Francisco’s Mission Dolores Park, has since been rather spectacularly “reimagined for 21st-century living, adding contemporary and high-tech conveniences behind a... Read More »

Crypto Fails to Move $6 Million Light House Condo

Crypto Fails to Move $6 Million Light House Condo

Purchased for $6.495 million in April of 2016, the 5,493-square-foot “Light House” condo at 651 Dolores Street, one of four condos within the converted Second Church of Christ Scientist, returned to the market in August of 2017 with a $6.795 million price tag. Reduced to $6.349 million after a... Read More »

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Larger Loss and Plying Crypto

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Larger Loss and Plying Crypto

As we reported this past October: Purchased by the founder of Hive Communities for $6.495 million in April of last year, the 5,493-square-foot “Light House” condo at 651 Dolores Street, one of four condos within the converted Second Church of Christ Scientist, returned to the market this past August... Read More »

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Loss

Dolores Park Hive Now Listed at a Loss

Purchased by the founder of Hive Communities for $6.495 million in April of last year, the 5,493-square-foot “Light House” condo at 651 Dolores Street, one of four condos within the converted Second Church of Christ Scientist, returned to the market this past August priced at $6.795 million, as we... Read More »

Embattled Dolores Park Hive Back on the Market for $6.8 Million

Embattled Dolores Park Hive Back on the Market for $6.8 Million

Purchased by the Hive Communities LLC for $6.495 million in April of last year, an ongoing battle with a number of neighbors and San Francisco’s Planning Department over the apparent commercial use of the 5,493-square-foot condo at 651 Dolores Street, one of four condos within the converted Second Church... Read More »

Mission Dolores Statement Home Fetches a Record $6.85 Million

Mission Dolores Statement Home Fetches a Record $6.85 Million

Originally marketed at $9 million, the sale of the modern 4,665-square-foot home at 50 Oakwood Street, which was listed on the MLS for $7.998 million in late April, has closed escrow with a contract price of $6.85 million, making it the most expensive home sale on record in Mission... Read More »

Million Dollar Cut for Modern Mission Dolores Statement Home

Million Dollar Cut for Modern Mission Dolores Statement Home

Designed by Stanley Saitowitz, listed for $7.998 million in April, and withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale in July, the modern 4,665-square-foot Mission Dolores home at 50 Oakwood Street has just returned to the market listed for a million less ($6.995 million). Marketed as an “oasis in... Read More »

Only in San Francisco!

Only in San Francisco!

Five weeks ago the “Exceptional Eureka Valley Home” at 3751-3753 17th Street hit the market listed for “$1.695 million,” or roughly $547 per square foot for the vacant and “lovingly curated” two-unit building in an area where the average sale price has been running closer to $1,070 per foot.... Read More »

Massive Second Church of Christ Condo Fetches $6.5 Million

Massive Second Church of Christ Condo Fetches $6.5 Million

Built as the Second Church of Christ at 651 Dolores Street, overlooking Mission Dolores Park, the 22,000-square-foot building has been converted into four massive three-bedroom condos and newly dubbed The Light House, as plugged-in people first knew to expect. And having been listed for $6,490,000 in February, 651 Dolores,... Read More »

Now Seeking Nominations For New San Francisco Landmarks

Now Seeking Nominations For New San Francisco Landmarks

San Francisco’s Planning Department is seeking nominations for new historic landmarks to be added to the City’s official list of 266 “iconic architectural masterpieces, monuments to historic events, and places associated with cultural and social movements” that have defined San Francisco. Nominations can include buildings, districts, places, structures or... Read More »