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Offices Allowed to Reopen Next Week, Bars on Tap [UPDATED]

With San Francisco’s COVID-19 risk level having dropped to “Minimal”/”Yellow” status per the State’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy,” office spaces that have remained shuttered by the pandemic will be allowed to reopen at 25% capacity starting Tuesday, October 27. Smaller offices with fewer than 20 employees will be... Read More »

Short-Term Rental Restrictions Will Be Lifted Monday [UPDATED]

In addition to allowing salons, barber shops, gyms, and massage/tattoo parlors to reopen with limited capacities on Monday, September 14, restrictions on (registered) short-term rentals and hotels in San Francisco will be lifted as well. Indoor museums, zoos, and aquariums that have implemented a health and safety plan will... Read More »

Pending Home Sales Inch Up in San Francisco, But…

For the first time since San Francisco’s stay-at-home order was issued in March, the number of homes in contract to be sold is effectively even on a year-over-year basis. That being said, the rebound in “pent up” sales activity, which was down nearly 50 percent at its nadir in... Read More »

The Target Dates and Plan to Fully Reopen San Francisco

With restrictions on construction projects, residential moves and in-person showings of homes having been eased back at the end of April, at which point some outdoor facilities and businesses were allowed to reopen as well, the tentative plan and dates for the complete economic and social reopening of San... Read More »

Pandemic Fells the Stud in Western SoMa

Pandemic Fells the Stud in Western SoMa

Founded on Folsom Street back in 1966 and then relocated to the northeast corner of 9th and Harrison in the late 80s, San Francisco’s iconic Stud bar will be relinquishing its lease at the end of this month, hobbled by the pandemic related shutdown and slated to be marked... Read More »

Drop in Home Sales Driving Inventory Levels Up

In a move which shouldn’t catch any plugged-in readers by surprise, there are now more homes on the market in San Francisco than there were at the same time last year. In fact, inventory levels in the city are approaching a nine-year high which we’ll breakdown next week. And... Read More »

Inventory Levels Poised to Jump in San Francisco

While the number of homes listed for sale in San Francisco plummeted at the end of March, following the issuance of San Francisco’s original stay-at-home order, inventory levels were already back to within 5 percent of their levels at the same time last year as of earlier this week,... Read More »

Key Changes to the Bay Area’s Extended ‘Stay-at-Home’ Orders

The existing ‘stay-at-home’ orders for Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties, which were slated to expire at 11:59 pm on May 3, have just officially been extended “through the end of May.” The newly extended orders, however, will allow all previously shuttered construction projects... Read More »

Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco Ticks Up

Having dropped nearly 50 percent over the previous two weeks, following San Francisco’s initial stay-at-home order having been issued, the number of homes on the market in San Francisco has actually ticked up 11 percent over the past week to 430, driven by an uptick in new listing activity... Read More »

Explicit Changes to Local Stay-at-Home Orders

Explicit Changes to Local Stay-at-Home Orders

In addition to extending the existing ‘stay-at-home’ order for Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, San Mateo and Santa Clara counties through May 3, 2020, the revised order explicitly tightens its restrictions in five significant ways (including the shuttering of non-essential construction projects, which includes hotels): (1) When people... Read More »