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Giants Moving Forward With Massive “Mission Rock” Development

Giants Moving Forward With Massive “Mission Rock” Development

As we first reported last April with respect the San Francisco Giants’ plans to develop San Francisco’s Seawall 337, also known as the Giants Parking Lot A: The four year old plans to develop San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337/Pier 48 dubbed “Mission Rock” have officially been dusted off with... Read More »

Lincecum’s Old Party Pad Gets Traded

Lincecum’s Old Party Pad Gets Traded

As we reported a few months ago: As a plugged-in reader notes, the condo Tim Lincecum rented in 2010, and from which he was accused of stealing and destroying $200,000 worth of household items in 2011, has returned to the market listed for $1,795,000. Having been listed for as... Read More »

Mission Rock Plans Dusted Off With Giants Swinging For A 2015 Start

Mission Rock Plans Dusted Off With Giants Swinging For A 2015 Start

The four year old plans to develop San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337/Pier 48 dubbed “Mission Rock” have officially been dusted off with the Giants and their surviving development partner, the Cordish Cos., touting a plan to break ground for the massive project, currently the site of the San Francisco... Read More »

Five More Years For Giants Parking Lot A And Big Development Delay

Five More Years For Giants Parking Lot A And Big Development Delay

The ten year lease between the City and County of San Francisco and the China Basin Ballpark Company, a subsidiary of the San Francisco Giants, for Seawall Lot 337, also known as Parking Lot A, expired at the end of 2009 and has been month-to-month since. Slated for development,... Read More »

A Motivated Matt Cain

As a number of plugged-in readers have noted, while the “motivated” sellers of 1901 Diamond are set to take a loss on the sale of the Noe Heights home they purchased in late 2008, with 69 career wins to date and a $15 million contract to pitch in 2012,... Read More »

Live Like Tim Lincecum (Two Year $40.5M Contract Not Included)

Live Like Tim Lincecum (Two Year $40.5M Contract Not Included)

As a plugged-in reader notes, the condo Tim Lincecum rented in 2010, and from which he was accused of stealing and destroying $200,000 worth of household items in 2011, has returned to the market listed for $1,795,000. Having been listed for as much as $3,500,000 in 2008 but withdrawn... Read More »

Apples-To-Apples-To-Apples-To-Apples 1470 Noe Closes Down

Apples-To-Apples-To-Apples-To-Apples 1470 Noe Closes Down

As we first wrote in June: As plugged-in people know, Moises Alou paid $1,875,000 for the rebuilt house at 1470 Noe in March 2005 and sold it for $1,865,000 in January 2007. Two years after that the contemporary Noe home traded for $1,850,000 in March 2009. And yes, 1470... Read More »

San Francisco Realty TV: Fear The Beard Foreclosure

San Francisco Realty TV: Fear The Beard Foreclosure

A plugged-in reader pegged it as the place San Francisco Giants Brian Wilson and Barry Zito once rented while we pegged it as the “Marina Mansion” seeking $13,500 a month in rent last year. Listed for sale at $5,000,000 in 2008 and then $3,695,000 in 2010, 3157 Baker Street... Read More »

1470 Noe Closes For 100% Of Asking (But $25,000 Less Than In 2005)

1470 Noe Closes For 100% Of Asking (But $25,000 Less Than In 2005)

It’s true, we missed it when the apples to apples sale of 1470 Noe recently closed escrow (hey, it happens). But luckily a reader calls us out (and we’d expect nothing less). Purchased for $1,865,000 in January of 2007 (asking $1,949,000 at the time), closed escrow on 3/27/09 with... Read More »

San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 Design Proposals: In Summary

San Francisco’s Seawall Lot 337 Design Proposals: In Summary

Four teams, four overviews, and four proposals (in their entirety). One place (or rather two) to compare, contrast and summarize your thoughts (and perhaps lobby a bit as well). And for those who crave even more information (or a chance to grill interact with the development teams), we’ll remind... Read More »