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The Palms (555 4th St.): Secondary Market Slowdown And Short Sale

The Palms (555 4th St.): Secondary Market Slowdown And Short Sale

Of the 300 condos at The Palms (555 4th Street), sixteen (16) are currently listed for sale with none currently in contract. Of those sixteen, four appear to be developer sales (through what’s left of the sales office), at least five have been reduced in price, and at least... Read More »

The SocketSite Scoop On 900 Folsom/260 Fifth: Condo Idol Comes!

The SocketSite Scoop On 900 Folsom/260 Fifth: Condo Idol Comes!

Avant Housing, a joint venture between AGI Capital and TMG Partners, has launched a website providing some unique insight into the development process and soliciting community feedback for a trio of interconnected buildings in the works at 900 Folsom/260 Fifth Street. The two adjacent parcels at 900 Folsom Street... Read More »

The Soma Grand: Topped Off And VIP Opening March 7

The Soma Grand: Topped Off And VIP Opening March 7

The Soma Grand has topped off and announced a VIP Grand Opening for March 7. And while we haven’t received any official pricing, we have heard rumblings of prices as high as $900/sqft for one-bedrooms. (And yes, they’ll be serving an obligatory specialty cocktail at the opening: the “Soma... Read More »

Mint Lofts (410 – 424 Jessie): New Website, Photos, And Floor Plans

Mint Lofts (410 – 424 Jessie): New Website, Photos, And Floor Plans

Mint Lofts just launched a new website complete with photos, floor plans, and virtual tours for 410 Jessie (the “Hales Warehouse”; 52 condos), 418 Jessie (the “Station House”; 25 condos/rentals), and 424 Jessie (the “Sliver Building”; 6 full floor rentals). Also mentioned, a Plaza level French Bistro and “two-story... Read More »

The Heublein Building Lofts (601 4th Street)

The Heublein Building Lofts (601 4th Street)

In 1991, Holliday Development brought 88 live/work lofts in the converted Heublein Building (601 4th Street) to market. The conversion of the former wine distributorship marked San Francisco’s first commercial-turned-residential development (predating two other Holliday developments – The ClockTower Lofts and 355 Bryant). According to Holliday, “espite the pending... Read More »

It’s All About Service And Style At The Soma Grand (1160 Mission)

It’s All About Service And Style At The Soma Grand (1160 Mission)

Soma Grand represents San Francisco based Joie de Vivre’s entrée into the world of condominium developments. Designed by Architecture International, Soma Grand will consist of 246 “lifestyle condos” above four floors of parking and offer residents a full compliment of Joie de Vivre style luxury hotel services. As Damion... Read More »

631 Folsom: 120 Condos In 2008

631 Folsom: 120 Condos In 2008

Construction is underway on 631 Folsom, a 21-story, 120-unit residential tower with a story of retail at its base. Malcolm Properties is leading the development of the Handel Architects design. “The design for 631 Folsom Street incorporates goals established in the Rincon Place, the Transbay Plan, and the General... Read More »

The Scoop On 188 King Street: Now Selling Leasing

The Scoop On 188 King Street: Now Selling Leasing

The links are ours; the words are from a plugged-in tipster: First, you are right on, they have sold 12 units with the last two sales coming in the last few weeks. What is not public knowledge, however, is that five of those sales are units that have been,... Read More »

Price Reductions At 188 King

Price Reductions At 188 King

If you’ve been plugged-in to SocketSite over the past couple of months this shouldn’t come as any big surprise (if not, well…): As of today, 188 King Street has officially dropped the prices on at least four units by $100,000 (or up to 12%) and removed a number of... Read More »

188 King Street: An Update

188 King Street: An Update

Seven weeks ago we alerted our readers to the opening of 188 King Street and provided a complete rundown of “Phase I” pricing (16 units). At the time, 3 units were already being advertised as “pending,” and only two units were listed on the MLS. Today, 9 units are... Read More »