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Food for Thought 2022

Food for Thought 2022

Having been completely restored and remodeled to yield “unparalleled luxury and refinement,” the nearly 6,900-square-foot, six-bedroom Pacific Heights home with multiple living, dining and outdoor spaces; a guest suite, sauna and home theater; and a two-car garage at 3149 Washington Street hit the market listed for $9.95 million in... Read More »

Pac Heights Perfection Drops Below Its 2016 Price

Pac Heights Perfection Drops Below Its 2016 Price

Purchased for $1.785 million in May of 2016, the two-bedroom, townhome-style condo #B at 1902 Lyon Street, “perfectly situated on a tree lined street in Pacific Heights,” returned to the market listed for $1.895 million this past September, a sale at which would have represented total appreciation of just... Read More »

Rare and Exquisite Pac Heights Home Drops 10 Percent

Rare and Exquisite Pac Heights Home Drops 10 Percent

The “rare and exquisite” Pacific Heights at 1809 Lyon Street, an “architecturally distinctive” three-bedroom home with nearly 20-foot-high ceilings in the living/dining room, a European-style side courtyard, and a side-by-side garage for two (plus) cars, which is steps from Sacramento Street’s boutique shops and restaurants, sold for $4.01 million... Read More »

$10 Million Reduction for Record-Setting Pac Heights Penthouse

$10 Million Reduction for Record-Setting Pac Heights Penthouse

Speaking of “recalibrating,” the list price for the record-setting Penthouse Unit #10 atop the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street has just been reduced from $45 million to $35 million in one fell swoop. As we first revealed and reported at the time, the 5,400-square-foot unit was... Read More »

Fraudster’s Luxuriously Crafted Townhome Forfeited, Reduced

Fraudster’s Luxuriously Crafted Townhome Forfeited, Reduced

Purchased by a former Cisco Executive for $3.5 million in 2016 with funds that appear to have been acquired by way of an illegal kickback scheme, the 2,888-square-foot townhome unit #108 at The Pacific (a.k.a. 2121 Webster Street) was forfeited to the U.S. Government this past April and listed... Read More »

Plans for a Pac Heights Reversion and New Addition Proceed

Plans for a Pac Heights Reversion and New Addition Proceed

As we revealed at the end of last year, plans to revert the 3,500-square-foot Pac Heights building at 2477 Washington Street, which was built as a single-family home in 1895, converted into a boarding house and then legally converted from residential use to psychiatrist offices in the 1970s, back... Read More »

Redesigned, Rebuilt, Reduced and Resold

Redesigned, Rebuilt, Reduced and Resold

Purchased for $2,010,000 in November of 2013, the three-bedroom Pac Heights home with a rather challenging floor plan and multifaceted façade at 2523 Steiner Street returned to the market priced at $3,995,000 in July of 2015 but failed to sell. Plans to correct the home’s interior and exterior flaws,... Read More »

A Pac Heights Addition on the Boards

A Pac Heights Addition on the Boards

Legally converted from a residential building into psychiatrist offices back in the 70s, plans to re-convert the 3,500-square-foot Pac Heights building at 2477 Washington Street back into two residences, with a 448-square-foot, one-bedroom and one-car garage on the ground floor and a 2,195-square-foot, four-bedroom home above, have been drawn.... Read More »

Haas Penthouse Fetches Less Than 50 Percent of Original List

Haas Penthouse Fetches Less Than 50 Percent of Original List

The 5,180-square-foot “Haas Penthouse” atop 2100 Pacific Avenue, “one of the most important penthouse apartments in San Francisco,” according to its sales agents, with extensive wall space that was positioned as a feature “for a serious art collector’s “Gallery in the Sky,” hit the market priced at $14.75 million... Read More »

Plans for the Conversion of This Landmarked Building

Plans for the Conversion of This Landmarked Building

As we foreshadowed back in 2017: Designed by Albert Pissis and built in 1912, CPMC’s 20,000-square-foot Health Sciences Library Building at 2395 Sacramento Street was designated a San Francisco Historic Landmark 37 years ago. But with the library having since been digitized and its services gone virtual, the Sacramento... Read More »