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A Sign (Quite Literally) Of The Times

A Sign (Quite Literally) Of The Times

File this under lagging indicators. Apparently Trump has been dumped and shock is in. And just to be clear, we’re definitely not advocating attending. (That is until the Learning Annex starts throwing a bit of that “Wealth” our way – at least we learned something from The Donald.) ∙... Read More »

Six Seventy-Nine Or Bust

Right on the heels of a tipster’s note that 321 Langton #11 was back on the MLS for $679,000, and that he/she had written an over asking offer when it was listed at $599K (“and they always countered at $679”), it looks like it’s in contact. No word on... Read More »

Section 1396.2 In Action (863 Haight)

Section 1396.2 In Action (863 Haight)

It’s not every day you come across a newly remodeled two bedroom, two bath unit in the Lower Haight (Hayes Valley) with a wood burning fireplace and parking that’s listed for $575,000 (863 Haight #2). There are, however, a couple of things to note: one, it’s a Tenancy In... Read More »

Another Modern Exterior, Another peek Inside (2326 Pacific)

Another Modern Exterior, Another peek Inside (2326 Pacific)

Some plagiarism (of ourselves) this morning: “We’ve always been fans of 3032 Divisadero’s 2326 Pacific’s modern exterior and have often wondered what treasures lurked within.” And once again, it looks like we’re in luck (it’s open this Sunday (8/13) from 2:00 to 4:00). ∙ The Magic 8-Ball Says Yes!... Read More »

Tainted Love Of Presidio Terrace

Tainted Love Of Presidio Terrace

As far as we know, there are currently three homes for sale in Presidio Terrace: 6 Presidio Terrace ($10,900,000; reduced from $14,000,000), 28 Presidio Terrace ($5,380,000) which was designed by renowned architect Charles Whittlesey, and 34 Presidio Terrace ($11,000,000) which was designed by renowned architect George Applegarth. And while... Read More »

Thursday’s Two Questions (From Readers)

Two recent questions from our readers: 1. “I’m wondering what the new street that they’re building between the 280 freeway and the Caltrain tracks as part of that development is going to be called (the one that parallels 7th St.). . . . I’d vote for “Beirman”, in honor... Read More »

The Mullen Buildings: 52/60 Rausch & 73 Sumner

The Mullen Buildings: 52/60 Rausch & 73 Sumner

The Mullen Buildings Development consists of three buildings: 60 Rausch and 73 Sumner (both built in the 1920’s and converted to lofts in 2002), and 52 Rausch (new construction). We have architect George Hauser to thank for the conversion and design (and we do). The Mullen Buildings were originally... Read More »

A Hidden Opportunity, Another Data Point, Or Both?

A Hidden Opportunity, Another Data Point, Or Both?

Last November, 88 King Street #116 (a two-level, 1,500+ sqft condo at The Towers) hit the market for $1,110,000. At the time, it probably seemed like a relatively reasonable list price. Heck, according to public records 88 King Street #117 (a two-level, 1,500+ sqft condo at The Towers) sold... Read More »

Catchphrase Of The Month: “Priced To Sell”

Catchphrase Of The Month: “Priced To Sell”

Are we the only ones who were surprised by the number of times we were greeted by a hearty, “It’s priced to sell!” at open houses throughout the city this weekend? (Yes, even in the Marina.) Perhaps its just the new new thing (along with a renewed sense of... Read More »

The Lansing (50 Lansing): Reductions And Recent Sales

The Lansing (50 Lansing): Reductions And Recent Sales

We’re still looking for the inside scoop on the number of units that have actually sold at The Lansing (email tips@socketsite.com). We did, however, notice that there are at least six units currently listed by the developer. And while only two of the units (#302 and #305) show a... Read More »