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Considerations, but No Red Flags, for Nob Hill Infill Project

Considerations, but No Red Flags, for Nob Hill Infill Project

As we revealed earlier this year: Plans to demolish to the two single-family homes, three apartments and Twin’s Armoire building which span 842-860 California Street and back to 119 Joice are in the works. And as envisioned, a modern 7-story building could rise up to 65 feet in height... Read More »

Appreciation For a Big One-Bedroom (Plus) With Views

Appreciation For a Big One-Bedroom (Plus) With Views

Purchased for $2.3 million in April of 2015, the 1,838-square-foot corner unit #806 in the Comstock, at 1333 Jones Street atop Nob Hill, returned to the market priced at $2.9 million this past July. Technically a two-bedroom, the unit, which features some rather spectacular, panoramic views, was previously reconfigured... Read More »

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Trades for 17 Percent Less

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Trades for 17 Percent Less

As we outlined in the fourth quarter of last year, the 3,680-square-foot “Townhouse No.1” at 1001 California Street atop Nob Hill, which is one of the two multi-level condos which replaced the perennially plagued restaurant space at the base of the iconic Beaux-Arts building, was purchased as new for... Read More »

Nob Hill Infill on the Boards

Nob Hill Infill on the Boards

Plans to demolish to the two single-family homes, three apartments and Twin’s Armoire building which span 842-860 California Street and back to 119 Joice are in the works.  And as envisioned, a modern 7-story building could rise up to 65 feet in height upon the aggregated 842 California Street... Read More »

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Drops Below Its 2015 Price

Contemporary Nob Hill Townhouse Drops Below Its 2015 Price

One of two multi-level condos which replaced the perennially plagued restaurant space at the base of the iconic Beaux-Arts Building at 1001 California Street, the building from which Vincent Friia once ruled over real estate in San Francisco, the 3,680-square-foot “Townhouse No.1” was purchased as new for $4,335,000 in... Read More »

The Plans for a Residential Addition Atop This Historic Garage

The Plans for a Residential Addition Atop This Historic Garage

Plans for a 4-story addition to rise atop the historic two-story garage at 1650 Pacific Avenue, which was designed by the O’Brien Brothers and built in 1921, adjacent to Harris’ (which was built in 1919), are in the works. And as envisioned by Feldman Architecture, a “contrasting and muted... Read More »

Back up (To Early 2016 Pricing) on Nob Hill

Back up (To Early 2016 Pricing) on Nob Hill

As we outlined at the end of 2017: Purchased for $1.2 million or roughly $1,136 per square foot in January 2016, the 1,056-square-foot one-bedroom condo #1212 within Gramercy Towers at 1177 California Street returned to the market priced at $1.275 million this past July, a sale at which would... Read More »

A Sub-2015 Price Secures a Two-Bedroom Atop Nob Hill

A Sub-2015 Price Secures a Two-Bedroom Atop Nob Hill

Purchased for $1.498 million in May of 2015, the 1,059-square-foot two-bedroom unit #1507 within Gramercy Towers at 1177 California Street returned to the market priced at $1.545 million seven months ago, a sale at which would have represented total appreciation of 3.1 percent for the Nob Hill condo over... Read More »

Plans for Iconic Nob Hill Theater Site Have Been Drawn

Plans for Iconic Nob Hill Theater Site Have Been Drawn

Having sold for $2.7 million last year and shuttered after 50-years in business, a permit to raze the iconic Nob Hill (a.k.a. “Touch our Junk”) Theater has been requested and is working its way through Planning. And as designed by John Lum Architecture for the doctor who purchased the... Read More »

Revised Plans for Cursed Van Ness Corridor Corner Approved, But…

Revised Plans for Cursed Van Ness Corridor Corner Approved, But…

The revised plans for a seven-story building to rise up to 70 feet in height on the southeast corner of Pacific and Van Ness, as newly rendered by Ian Birchall and Associates below, were approved last month. And with its 30-day appeal period having expired on Monday, the project... Read More »