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Redevelopment of “Junky” Nob Hill Theater Closer to Reality

Redevelopment of “Junky” Nob Hill Theater Closer to Reality

Purchased by a doctor for $2.7 million in 2018 and subsequently shuttered, the revised plans for redeveloping the iconic Nob Hill “Touch our Junk” Theater at 729 Bush Street, which had operated as a gay night club and male porn venue for 50 years, were conditionally approved last month.... Read More »

Beaux Arts Beauty Finally Fetches $2,100 per Square Foot

Beaux Arts Beauty Finally Fetches $2,100 per Square Foot

Completely overhauled in the late 90’s by Andrew Skurman and Suzanne Tucker, which landed the full-floor unit #3 in the Beaux Arts building at 1001 California Street a spread in Architectural Digest back in 1999, the 3,500-square-foot, two-bedroom condo quietly sold for $4.5 million in October of 2011 having... Read More »

Foreshadowing Shrinkage for That Wall of Townhomes

Foreshadowing Shrinkage for That Wall of Townhomes

As we first reported earlier this year, plans for a wall of ten townhomes to rise on the 3,571-square-foot lot at 1151 Washington Street, adjacent to the Betty Ong Recreation Center’s playground, have been drawn. And as we outlined at the time, while the development would technically rise up... Read More »

New Plans for a Wall of Townhomes to Rise Right Here

New Plans for a Wall of Townhomes to Rise Right Here

Challenged by neighbors and the City alike, albeit for very different reasons, plans to double the size of the 2,200-square-foot Nob Hill home which sits on the front of a 3,571-square-foot lot at 1151 Washington Street, adjacent to the Betty Ong Recreation Center’s playground, have been shelved.  And significantly... Read More »

Nob Hill Project Site Hits the Market Touting Compound Potential

Nob Hill Project Site Hits the Market Touting Compound Potential

As we outlined earlier this year, an application to entitle the development of a modern 7-story, 24-unit building upon the Nob Hill corner parcel currently occupied by two single-family homes, two apartments and the Twin’s Armoire building, a parcel which spans 842-860 California Street and back to 119 Joice,... Read More »

Renovated Beaux-Arts Beauty Trades for Millions Less

Renovated Beaux-Arts Beauty Trades for Millions Less

As we outlined back in August of last year: Purchased for $9.75 million in August of 2016, the interior of the fully renovated Nob Hill home at 1230 Sacramento Street has since been made over by Jonathan Adler, blending “the timeless and elegant original architectural details” of the Beaux-Arts... Read More »

Plans for Modern Nob Hill Infill Project Progress

Plans for Modern Nob Hill Infill Project Progress

A formal application to entitle the development of a modern 7-story, 24-unit building upon the Nob Hill parcel currently occupied by two single-family homes, two apartments and the Twin’s Armoire building, a parcel which spans 842-860 California Street and back to 119 Joice, has been submitted to Planning. The... Read More »

Common Sense Prevails, Upscale Nob Hill Project Approved

Common Sense Prevails, Upscale Nob Hill Project Approved

As we outlined back in October, the refined plans for razing the two-story parking garage at 1320 Washington Street and building a six-story, 25-unit building upon the Nob Hill site were getting closer to reality, plans which were subsequently approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission last month. And with... Read More »

First Too Big, Now Too Small

First Too Big, Now Too Small

Plans to expand the 2,300-square-foot, detached Nob Hill home which sits on the front of a 3,571-square-foot lot at 1151 Washington Street, adjacent to the Betty Ong Recreation Center’s playground, were drafted back in 2012 when the home sold (for $1.85 million) but have yet to be realized. A... Read More »

Upscale Nob Hill Infill Project Closer to Reality

Upscale Nob Hill Infill Project Closer to Reality

As we revealed back in 2018, plans to raze the two-story parking garage at 1320 Washington Street, between Leavenworth and Jones, were in the works and plans for a six-story, 22-unit building to rise up to 65 feet in height upon the Nob Hill site had been drafted. Since... Read More »