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Modernist Architectural Masterpiece Fetches $1,381 Per Foot

Modernist Architectural Masterpiece Fetches $1,381 Per Foot

Designed by Zack | De Vito and custom built for a client on the site of a former Mission District shack warehouse conversion in 2002, the modern three-bedroom, 3,210-square-foot home with a legal au pair studio on its ground floor at 3524-3526 19th Street hit the market priced at... Read More »

One Percent Appreciation for a Modern Noe Valley Home

One Percent Appreciation for a Modern Noe Valley Home

Completely remodeled by Zack | de Vito Architecture in 2016, the “spectacular Noe Valley home” at 725 Duncan Street, which features “stunning Downtown, Bay, and Bridge views, paired with dramatic modern architecture and design,” sold for $4.1 million in January of 2017. The modern 3,200-square-foot home was then further... Read More »

No Appreciation for an Upgraded Noe Valley Home

No Appreciation for an Upgraded Noe Valley Home

Designed by Zack | de Vito Architecture, the “spectacular Noe Valley home” at 725 Duncan Street, which features “stunning Downtown, Bay, and Bridge views, paired with dramatic modern architecture and design,” was purchased for $4.1 million in January of last year. The buyers further upgraded the 3,200-square-foot home, adding... Read More »

Drake Looks to Be Done

Drake Looks to Be Done

The historic Central SoMa building at 508 4th Street, which is currently home to Drake, is being shopped for sale or lease with the furniture and furnishings available as well. Built to house a steel foundry in 1925, the 10,000-square-foot Murschen and Hoelscher Building, which wraps around the adjacent Hotel... Read More »

Modern Noe Valley SteelHouses Hit The Market

Modern Noe Valley SteelHouses Hit The Market

Two free standing houses on one lot, the modern and efficient SteelHouse1 and SteelHouse2 at 1318-1320 Church Street have just hit the market listed as condos, separated by a common courtyard and priced at $1,750,000 apiece. Designed by Zack/de Vito Architecture, the front three-bedroom building is sheathed in Corten... Read More »

A Zack | De Vito Designed Apple That Didn’t Totally Derail

A Zack | De Vito Designed Apple That Didn’t Totally Derail

As we wrote in October 2007: It just under a year ago that we discovered the listing for 110 Chattanooga #B (which sold for $1,510,000). And as we noted, 110 Chattanooga is a “2-unit building on narrow lot” designed and built by Zack | de Vito Architecture in 2004.... Read More »

A Is For Apples As 110 Chattanooga #A Returns

A Is For Apples As 110 Chattanooga #A Returns

As we wrote in October 2007: It just under a year ago that we discovered the listing for 110 Chattanooga #B (which sold for $1,510,000). And as we noted, 110 Chattanooga is a “2-unit building on narrow lot” designed and built by Zack | de Vito Architecture in 2004.... Read More »

147 Laidley: From AIA (Award) To WOW (Sale)

147 Laidley: From AIA (Award) To WOW (Sale)

As we wrote this past February: Listed for $3,350,000 last June but then withdrawn from the market last October, the AIA award winning 147 Laidley designed by and for Zack | de Vito Architecture is back on the market and asking $2,950,000. A brief flirtation with the rental market... Read More »

The Scoop On 147 Laidley: AIA Award Winner “Coming Soon”

The Scoop On 147 Laidley: AIA Award Winner “Coming Soon”

According to a plugged-in tipster 147 Laidley, a 2008 San Francisco AIA tour home and recent AIA Design award winner, is being prepped for sale and is “coming soon.” From the Wall Street Journal with respect to the Jim Zack and Lise de Vito (of Zack|de Vito Architecture) designed... Read More »

Narrow Footprint, Big Impression (110 Chattanooga St #B)

Narrow Footprint, Big Impression (110 Chattanooga St #B)

Designed and built by Zack | de Vito Architecture in 2004 (and with a working title of “2-unit building on narrow lot”), we offer up 110 Chattanooga Street #B as inspiration for anyone eyeing one those 18.25′ wide lots in Hayes Valley (the original budget was $1,300,000 for both... Read More »