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Mission Dolores Statement Home Fetches a Record $6.85 Million

Mission Dolores Statement Home Fetches a Record $6.85 Million

Originally marketed at $9 million, the sale of the modern 4,665-square-foot home at 50 Oakwood Street, which was listed on the MLS for $7.998 million in late April, has closed escrow with a contract price of $6.85 million, making it the most expensive home sale on record in Mission... Read More »

Neighborhood Farm vs School

Neighborhood Farm vs School

Purchased for $1.295 million in early 2014, the 203 Cotter Street parcel extends nearly 500 feet back through the middle of its Mission Terrace block and has been home to Little City Gardens, the only commercial farm within the city limits of San Francisco, since 2010. The buyer of... Read More »

Million Dollar Cut for Modern Mission Dolores Statement Home

Million Dollar Cut for Modern Mission Dolores Statement Home

Designed by Stanley Saitowitz, listed for $7.998 million in April, and withdrawn from the MLS without a reported sale in July, the modern 4,665-square-foot Mission Dolores home at 50 Oakwood Street has just returned to the market listed for a million less ($6.995 million). Marketed as an “oasis in... Read More »

Local Rock God Tied To Marin Mega-Property

Local Rock God Tied To Marin Mega-Property

A little over a decade ago, Stanley Saitowitz was engaged to design a futuristic mega-home to be built atop the hundred-plus-acre King Mountain site in Marin, a site which has now hit the market listed for $39 million (as we first reported this morning). Dubbed “Omega 3,” the modern home... Read More »

Designs For A Modern Central Waterfront Plaza

Designs For A Modern Central Waterfront Plaza

As with the new PG&E substation on Folsom, the Central Waterfront substation which will rise 30-feet in height along 23rd Street at Illinois will be set back 30 feet from the sidewalk in order to accommodate a new public plaza designed by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects. In a nod to... Read More »

Designs For A Modern Folsom Street Plaza

Designs For A Modern Folsom Street Plaza

A compact new PG&E substation addition will rise 30-feet in height adjacent to the much larger one at the corner of Folsom and Fremont which will remain in place. The new building will be set back 30 feet from the sidewalk, with a concrete façade designed by Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma... Read More »

East Bay Modern Fetches $3.9M

East Bay Modern Fetches $3.9M

Having undergone a $2.5 million renovation and expansion led by architect Stanley Saitowitz a decade ago, the “light-filled contemporary box” with 4,250 square feet of modern living space on a double Claremont District lot returned to the market this past April listed for $4.25 million. Yesterday, the sale of... Read More »

East Bay Modern On The Market For $4.25M

East Bay Modern On The Market For $4.25M

A $2.5 million renovation and expansion led by architect Stanley Saitowitz transformed the former 1940’s ranch house at 25 Tanglewood Road into a “breezy, light-filled contemporary box” (per Met Home in 2005), with 4,250 square feet of living space on a Claremont District double lot. Stripped down to the... Read More »

A Conceptual Modern Design With A Contextual Inner Court

At this point, both the development and design are conceptual, with no plans having been filed nor permissions sought.  But as Buzz Buzz Home discovers, Stanley Saitowitz | Natoma Architects has developed a speculative design for a mixed-use building to rise along Van Ness, between Grove and Ivy. The concept... Read More »

Saitowitz Rising On The Blighted Corner Of Divisadero And Ellis

Saitowitz Rising On The Blighted Corner Of Divisadero And Ellis

While the long vacant lot on which a 76 Station once stood was tagged with a notice of blight a few months ago, a plugged-in tipster reports that construction has commenced on the first of two Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architect designed condominium buildings that are rising on the corner of... Read More »