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Apples-to-Apples to Index for a Contemporary Noe Compound

Apples-to-Apples to Index for a Contemporary Noe Compound

Purchased for $4.6 million in October of 2018, the contemporary Noe Valley home and cottage compound at 680 Douglass Street returned to the market price at $4.795 million last month. Built in 2013, the main home on the front of the lot, with a two-car garage and “gym,” is... Read More »

Big(ish) Plans for Prime Hillside Site Closer to Reality

Big(ish) Plans for Prime Hillside Site Closer to Reality

As we orginally outlined last year, while plans for a 24-unit development to rise up to 40 feet in height along Diamond Street, on the hillside overlooking Noe Valley, between the intersection of Diamond Heights Boulevard and 29th Street, were in the works, San Francisco’s Planning Department was pushing... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for That High-End Noe Home

Apples-to-Apples for That High-End Noe Home

Having overcome a rather ironic effort to block its development, an effort which was positioned by the owners of the 6,000-square-foot home next door as a fight to preserve “the character and charm” of the neighborhood, the 5,165-square-foot Noe Valley home at 645 Duncan Street finished up construction in... Read More »

The Return(s) of a Formerly Foreclosed Upon Noe Valley Home

The Return(s) of a Formerly Foreclosed Upon Noe Valley Home

Having been foreclosed upon, flipped and then completely remodeled to yield a nearly 3,000-square-foot Noe Valley home, with a “dramatic open floor plan,” four en-suite bedrooms and a two-car garage, 1164 Church Street sold for $2.45 million in October of 2013, as we outlined at the time. Since further... Read More »

Twitter Co-Founder’s Former Noe Home Fetches $4.5 Million

Twitter Co-Founder’s Former Noe Home Fetches $4.5 Million

As we outlined earlier this year: Purchased by the former CEO and co-founder of Twitter for $2.4 million in early 2009, the finishes of the Owen Kennerly designed home at 313 Duncan Street were then further refined. And the upgraded Noe Valley pad was sold to an employee at... Read More »

Apples-to-Apples for an “Ultra-Swanky” Noe Valley Home

Apples-to-Apples for an “Ultra-Swanky” Noe Valley Home

Purchased for $3.525 million in April of 2017, the “ultra-swanky entertainer’s showplace” home at 389 27th Street returned to the market priced at $3.75 million this past November, a sale at which would have represented net appreciation of just 6.4 percent since the second quarter of 2017. Hidden behind... Read More »

313 Duncan Returns

313 Duncan Returns

Purchased by the former CEO and co-founder of Twitter for $2.4 million in early 2009, the finishes of the Owen Kennerly designed home at 313 Duncan Street were then further refined. And the upgraded Noe Valley pad was sold to an employee at Genetech for $3.2 million in August... Read More »

Average Tenant Buyout Was $45K in San Francisco Last Year

Average Tenant Buyout Was $45K in San Francisco Last Year

With a moratorium on evictions having been in place for most of last year, landlords in San Francisco inked a total of 333 legally recorded tenant buyout agreements, which was down from 365 inked agreements in 2019 and included a few deals which had been in the works since... Read More »

So You Thought You Knew the Market in Noe / San Francisco

So You Thought You Knew the Market in Noe / San Francisco

As we outlined last month, the previously remodeled three-bedroom home at 3806 22nd Street, which is “located on one of the best, flat blocks in Noe Valley,” was purchased for $3.275 million in October of 2016 and features “high ceilings, warm living spaces, and an open floor plan,” returned... Read More »

So You Think You Know the Market in Noe?

So You Think You Know the Market in Noe?

Purchased for $3.275 million in October of 2016, the previously remodeled three-bedroom home at 3806 22nd Street, which is “located on one of the best, flat blocks in Noe Valley” and features “high ceilings, warm living spaces, and an open floor plan,” returned to the market priced at $3.895... Read More »