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Believe It (At The Brannan)

Believe It (At The Brannan)

As we reported in August: From the listing when 229 Brannan Street #9J sold for $1,230,000 in September 2006: “Wrapped in luxury, this 2bed, 2 bath unit is a sanctuary in the sky…This is San Francisco living at its finest!” As plugged-in people know, the 1,412 square foot unit... Read More »

The Post-Litigation Oriental Warehouse Listing Parade Continues On

The Post-Litigation Oriental Warehouse Listing Parade Continues On

As plugged-in people know, the litigation that has been hanging over the Oriental Warehouse (650 Delancey) has recently been settled paving the way for a plurality of new listings, the latest of which is number 111 listed for $1,095,000. Purchased for $995,000 in June 2005, the sale won’t be... Read More »

The Clouds Have Almost Cleared From Over The Oriental Warehouse

The Clouds Have Almost Cleared From Over The Oriental Warehouse

While a bit of litigation (“your basic ‘construction defects’ issues such as water intrusion”) has been hanging over the units at The Oriental Warehouse (650 Delancey), a plugged-in tipster reports that while not officially finalized, “all parties have agreed to the terms and the developers’ insurance... Read More »

Up (And Down) Atop The Brannan: 229 Brannan #17J

Up (And Down) Atop The Brannan: 229 Brannan #17J

Purchased in March 2002 and sporting a current tax assessed value of $1,095,252 (which would suggest an original purchase price around $950,000), the Brannan penthouse unit known as 229 Brannan #17J returned to the market on Monday asking $1,195,000. While a sale at asking would represent total appreciation of... Read More »

Another Bank-Owned Anomaly At The Brannan (229 Brannan #3H)

Lest you mistakenly dismissed our bank owned at the Brannan post last month as an anomaly, enter 229 Brannan #3H. As an aside, it appears the pre-bank owner of #3H also lost 1522 Lake Street to the bank (but left the Brannan appliances intact). ∙ Listing: 229 Brannan #3H... Read More »

72 Townsend: So Close, But Yet So Far For 74 Approved Units

72 Townsend: So Close, But Yet So Far For 74 Approved Units

From a plugged-in tipster in 2007: “The existing ground floor windows got a good wash yesterday and are now adorned with the news that Luxury Homes are coming soon starting from the $600s. Development is by Thompson Development, hoping that that plans approved last year... Read More »

A Plugged-In Reader Reports: 72 Townsend Not “Coming Soon?”

A Plugged-In Reader Reports: 72 Townsend Not “Coming Soon?”

From a plugged-in tipster nine months ago: The existing ground floor windows got a good wash yesterday and are now adorned with the news that Luxury Homes are coming soon starting from the $600s. Development is by Thompson Development, hoping that that plans approved last... Read More »

A Plugged-In Tipster Reports: 72 Townsend Is Now “Coming Soon”

A Plugged-In Tipster Reports: 72 Townsend Is Now “Coming Soon”

A plugged-in tipster provides an update on the warehouse to condo transformation of 72 Townsend down in SoMa: The existing ground floor windows got a good wash yesterday and are now adorned with the news that Luxury Homes are coming soon starting from the $600s. Development is by... Read More »

JustQuotes: 72 Townsend To Become 74 New Condos In San Francisco

JustQuotes: 72 Townsend To Become 74 New Condos In San Francisco

“Westbay Builders has purchased a 25,380-square-foot industrial property at 72 Townsend St. for $9.2 million and plans on developing a nine-story, 74-unit condo building on the site….The project is fully approved and will incorporate a historic one-story warehouse built in 1874 for grain storage. “ (Flynn Properties scores with... Read More »

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

The Live/Work Lofts of 355 Bryant

We really weren’t kidding about our love for 355 Bryant. It’s one of the true loft conversion buildings in San Francisco, and for the most part, it’s beautifully done. Granted, it’s not the right building for everyone, but if you like New York style lofts with open floor plans,... Read More »