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Is COPA half full or half empty?

Is COPA half full or half empty?

Did you know that SF supervisors passed legislation to give non-profits the right of first offer and refusal to purchase a multi-unit building? They sure did. It was supposed to go into full effect on June 2, 2019, but it seems there are few kinks to iron out. The Mayor’s Office of Housing and Community […]

San Francisco 100-Year Storm Flood Risk Map & Your Property

San Francisco 100-Year Storm Flood Risk Map & Your Property

When most people think of San Francisco, they think hills…steep, steep hills, which we have a-plenty. But hills lead to valleys, and valleys lead to the flats, many of which are landfill, many of which can and often do flood (think atmospheric rivers and king tides). I know, it’s hard to imagine this city with […]

San Francisco ranks #3 best city for dating

San Francisco ranks #3 best city for dating

Are you in the right city to find love? According to a recent study from Apartment List, out of the 66 cities surveyed, SF makes a strong showing in 3rd place. Edging us out in dating satisfaction is Charlotte, North Carolina in 2nd and Austin, Texas taking 1st. Overall, men view their dating experiences more […]

Cole Valley Flat For $15;  Scantily Clad Bathers Arrested; Dead M...

Cole Valley Flat For $15; Scantily Clad Bathers Arrested; Dead M...

It’s not everyday you get to sell a property where history was made (no, I haven’t posted this listing on Craigslist), and it’s definitely not everyday that you open up a wall for a remodel and find a San Francisco Examiner from August 18, 1908…and it’s totally legible! The information contained on the pages of […]

Bay Area Liquefaction, Landslide, and Seismic Zones – Mappe...

Bay Area Liquefaction, Landslide, and Seismic Zones – Mappe...

Lots of talk in the news these days about landfill, liquefaction, and general stability of property in and around San Francisco’s waterfront, and entire city for that matter (see “SF’s landmark tower for rich and famous is sinking and tilting“that hit newsstands and internets today [SF Gate/Chronicle]). Big news, no doubt, but what about the […]

New Renderedings of Above-Ground SF Flower Mart Revealed

New Renderedings of Above-Ground SF Flower Mart Revealed

The SoMa-based SF Flower Mart has been a bay city institution for almost 60 years, but when plans were unveiled in 2014 for the establishment to move underground, public outcry was fierce. Finally, the project has been revamped and the renderings depict a much more appealing above-ground facility, dotted with coffee shops, open space and plenty […]

San Francisco Takes Top Honors On Trulia’s Best Neighborhoo...

San Francisco Takes Top Honors On Trulia’s Best Neighborhoo...

Living well means something different to everyone.  For some of us, it means indulging in all the luxuries life offers, and to others it means living a healthy, active  lifestyle. Luckily, and why we live here, San Francisco offers both. Recently the folks over at Trulia shared their perspectives on living well in this Best Neighborhoods post, which coincided with […]

7 Hidden Gems in Golden Gate Park

7 Hidden Gems in Golden Gate Park

For San Francisco residents, Golden Gate park is that place you’ve religiously taken out-of-towners and spent countless afternoons strolling around with your SO or kids. But there is probably more than one secret spot you’ve never stumbled across in one of your trips around the 1,017 acre public space. Below, we’ve pulled together a collection of the top overlooked […]

Mission To Millennium | SF’s Top 10 Underbids of the Week

Mission To Millennium | SF’s Top 10 Underbids of the Week

The top underbid of the week goes to an Outer Mission single family home that (dare we say) needs a bit of work. Listed for $699,000 and sold for $575,000 after 62 days on the market. According to our data from last week, single family homes continue to take up the majority of the top […]


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