Maximum Luxury is a Front Steps column where we sneak a peek at the most expensive home listings in San Francisco just because we can. But today we’re going to wander a bit outside of our sphere with the most expensive RENTAL listing in all of SF. That turns out to be 765 Market St … Continue reading Inside a $45,000/month San Francisco Apartment
Welcome back to Maximum Luxury, the weekly column where we peer at some of San Francisco’s most expensive homes, just for the heck of it. Ordinarily we feature listings still on the market in this space, but sometimes a unit we’ve had our eye on up and sells out from under us before we can … Continue reading Maximum Luxury: Big-Time East Cut Building Finally Makes Big Sale
Development news can gets pretty weird in a place like San Francisco, but sometimes a story actually turns out to be much less exotic than it looks. Case in point, the SF Business Times reported this week that an out-of-town developer wants to bring a so-called “pod hotel” to downtown SF, a proposal that at … Continue reading Demystifying the Downtown SF “Pod Hotel”
The big news downtown is that Hines, the developer that bought the longtime headquarters of embattled power utility Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) for $800 million back in May, plans to redevelop the entire block and create a new, 800-foot building with over 700 homes. That’s all well and good, but the question remains: … Continue reading PG&E Building Deal To Oust Famous Falcons From Roof Nest
Millennium Tower, the home of multi-million dollar condo views and $100 million headaches at 301 Mission Street, has got that sinking feeling again, as the city has pushed pause on attempts to fix the tilting tower’s structural woes. UC Berkeley engineer Rune Storesund told NBC Bay Area that attempts to repair the sinking luxury highrise’s … Continue reading Why Millennium Tower Is Sinking Yet Again
Neighborhoods are San Francisco’s basic building blocks, each with their own character and spirit. But there have been so many of them over the years that it’s inevitable we lose track of a few. For example, SFGate this week profiled San Francisco’s Russian enclave, a largely overlooked chapter in the history of the Richmond. And … Continue reading Forgotten Neighborhoods: SF’s French Quarter
We’ll be putting this beauty on the market very soon, but as always, our readers get a sneak peek. Welcome to The Ritz-Carlton Residence 1701: sophistication and comfort in a convenient Downtown / Financial District / Union Square location.
Perhaps you’ve seen the glass high rise under construction at 488 Folsom Street named The Avery, this soaring tower currently holds the record seeking price of $41 million for its penthouse. The crown jewel sits atop a sculpted glass tower on the 56th floor. Perhaps the most astonishing feature (out of many) is the unprecedented … Continue reading Record Setting Penthouse with Award Winning Views
Congratulations to my clients, the sellers, and hats off to the buyer. This quintessential San Francisco residence has just changed hands, and I’m totally jealous. Tastefully, and eco-consciously remodeled 12th Floor one bedroom, one bathroom unit with amazing views of San Francisco in The Crown Towers – an exquisitely maintained & managed elegant Art Deco … Continue reading SOLD | 666 Post #1201 | Downtown / Union Square | $732,500
Tastefully, and eco-consciously remodeled 12th Floor one bedroom, one bathroom unit with amazing views of San Francisco in The Crown Towers – an exquisitely maintained & managed elegant Art Deco CO-OP Building built in 1926, and located just two blocks from Union Square.
The information below is provided by Paragon Real Estate Group, enjoy: In the last 5 years, San Francisco real estate market rebounded and went crazy hot, but how much did it really appreciate? Below is a great analysis from Paragon that shows you the data using median sales price. This post is specific to condominiums, … Continue reading San Francisco Condominium Real Estate Apprecation since 2011
This exquisitely remodeled luxury Nob Hill condominium with views West/Southwest to Twin Peaks & outlooks onto Jones Street, located in the heart-center of San Francisco’s premiere postcard neighborhood is for sale, and you get the first look. Featuring one bedroom, one bath, one car parking, 24/7 attended lobby, pool, spa, workout area, onsite management, a … Continue reading For Sale | 1177 California #304 | Gramercy Towers | Nob Hill, San Francisco
No…I have not been hacked. My assistant is fluent in Chinese, so we wanted to give you overseas readers something to consider. We’re here to help. 我最近收到关于Lumina豪宅的定价，面积和销售情况 (详细英文版): 定价如下（第1阶段） ： Studios ：约 650平方英尺，695000 至 825000美元 1房 ：约 850 至 870平方英尺（高塔）及约 880 至 1100平方英尺（广场） ，865000 至 1150000美元， 1房 + 书房：865000 至 1160000美元 2房 ：约1170 至 1570平方英尺（高塔）及约1400 … Continue reading LUMINA SF ：定价，面积和销售新信息
Recently, I had the pleasure of representing my client in the sale of his condominium in one of the most sought after locations and buildings in downtown San Francisco. Many people refer to this area as SOMA, some refer to it as FiDi (Financial District), some as the Barbary Coast, and others still as Yerba … Continue reading “Best Agent, Bar None, In San Francisco”
Ritz-Carlton residence number 1502, a 2 bed, 2.5 bath, 1195 square foot condominium, originally listed for $1,825,000 back in 2008 is going to auction on December 10th…and there is no minimum bid. The current list price is $949,905, and as the spam asks, “WILL YOU BE KICKING YOURSELF IF THIS RITZ-CARLTON CONDO SELLS FOR ONLY … Continue reading Ritz-Carlton Residence Goes To Auction: Originally $1,825,000, Now $600,000*
Provided by: Amanda Jones of Vanguard Properties They have sold 10% of the units in 2 weeks. They have 3 other offer packages out on the project [Editor’s note: probably more now, we’re slow to print], 15 of the 32 homes are under $500,000. The building was designed by the same architect of The Palms and … Continue reading Frank Norris Place…an update