Sometimes you just need a little real estate photo porn to get you through your day. Below are some images from One Rincon Hill (for those wondering, One Rincon Hill is the gigantic tower…some would say phallic symbol… that kisses the west end of the Bay Bridge off/on ramps), which were recently provided to us … Continue reading Tasty Views, Cool Beers, And Designer Living, 600 Feet Above Ground At One Rincon Hill
Hullabaloo, hullabaloo, hullabaloo. That appears to be what everybody loves these days (especially when it seems to highlight more economic hardship for anybody…we’d think it easier to claw out of a recession if we shifted our focus elsewhere), and so it is no surprise the city (we’ll call it more the real estate obsessed readers) … Continue reading City And Media Pounce, Developer Responds (Mike Krozier, Think One Rincon Hill)
We’ve all heard about the latest craze to talk about what buildings aren’t selling what, what price reductions happened where, what incentives are being offered here, and which penthouse condos are selling for what. If you’ve been reading up on your bay area blogs, you’ll likely already know that the entire 60th floor of One … Continue reading Que Sera, Sera: One Rincon Hill’s 60th Floor Penthouse Residence ($14M)
Back in November, we advised Luxury High Rise Condo/hotel developers… to take note about a new car club in town and apparently One Rincon Hill did, with the addition of DRIV into their “One Club”. “Your One Rincon Membership grants you 75 points and 900 miles (up to 11 reservation days) which are debited for … Continue reading We talked fast cars, now we’re talking VB, who’s listening?
We took you to this very floor a long, long time ago before it had walls (right after an earthquake mind you), and we took you there again just recently. This time, we’re bringing you a taste of what life will be like on top and from a North East corner unit…at night…and guess what? … Continue reading Views from the 5*th Floor of One Rincon Hill
Truth be told, I recently had a client in contract to “take over” a unit above the 50th floor at One Rincon Hill from a “seller” that had purchased their unit via the sales office on the very first night said sales office opened. Yes, that means it was an attempted “flip”, a “cancellation”, a … Continue reading A failed flip at One Rincon Hill, and what we know about high rise “resales”