Potrero Hill Home sells for $3,000,000*

Yes, the asterisk is there, but so too is the sale somewhere around $3M for 752 Carolina, a single family home in Potrero Hill that hit the market end of February, was in contract 8 days later and just closed escrow…cash. Was it the suburban feel: or the blue paint that did it? We have … Continue reading Potrero Hill Home sells for $3,000,000*

We’re going to Paris! But you need to buy first

Seems as we’re on the receiving end of just about every promo out there, and some are just too good to pass up. “It’s simple – write and close the most contracts at The Potrero between November 9th and December 31st 2007 and you could be on your way to Paris.” (You meaning us, the … Continue reading We’re going to Paris! But you need to buy first

Oh Kronos…you went so fast

This from Damion Matthews “The SF Chronicle reports that 610 Rhode Island sold for over $2.5 million!” “Sotheby’s Realty agent Gregg Lynn listed 610 Rhode Island St. in San Francisco’s Potrero Hill area on June 22 for $2.3 million. After receiving more than a half-dozen offers, the property sold this week for more than 10 … Continue reading Oh Kronos…you went so fast

Stump the Stammtisch: What do you think of the Potrero (451 Kansas)?

In another test of our growing amount of knowledge via new members to our Stammtisch, a reader asks our opinion. Hopefully, he/she’ll get an answer. “Hi there, What do you think of the Potrero development? Do you think housing prices in this area will appreciate, since it is considered up and coming? Cheers, A.S.” Please … Continue reading Stump the Stammtisch: What do you think of the Potrero (451 Kansas)?

610 Rhode Island: my take

By Alexander Clark Okay, so I had the chance to nose around 610 Rhode Island (asking $2.3MM) yesterday, and I gotta say, it was impressive, but I was not impressed. In our previous post I was practically frothing at the mouth to get in there…and I’m glad I did.  This is not to say I … Continue reading 610 Rhode Island: my take

Oh Kronos!

The Kronos House, 610 Rhode Island is on the market for $2.3MM, but unfortunately for you, the line starts behind us, we have first dibs. “More than 15 years after its completion, the Kronos House – designed by Maybeck Award-winning architect Daniel Solomon – is still a stand-out in Potrero Hill. Commissioned by a founder … Continue reading Oh Kronos!

Stats & Numbers

Ask nicely and you shall receive. We did the Single Family Stats and Numbers last week, and a kind email request came for the same thing for condos. Thank you for reading, commenting on, and contacting the sfnewsletter BLOG.   Here are the graphs representing Median Price for CONDOS in San Francisco by zip code: Inner … Continue reading Stats & Numbers

Stats & Numbers

Thanks to “Boom”, who commented on one of our posts, and provided us with this link to the latest Bay Area Home Sale Activity for April 2007, which we copied below to show you just how San Francisco stacked up to the same month last year. [source: Data Quick] Our problem with relying on zip … Continue reading Stats & Numbers

zūm llc: a 3D “picture medley”

Ever hear the Jane’s Addiction song, “L.A. Medley”? If not, you should. We recently discovered zūm llc as the company that has done some 3D renderings for some of the new developments around town (The Potrero, Blū, Fairmont Heritage Place at Ghirardelli Square, 733 Front Street) and we decided they are deserving of our first … Continue reading zūm llc: a 3D “picture medley”

“Little old Bernal Heights makes the Financial Times”

We’ve been telling you for eons how hot Bernal has been and continues to be, and a kind reader forwarded us the following article, from none other than the Financial Times (The City’s Last Secret). Some money quotes: -“Bernal isn’t the next neighbourhood in San Francisco; it’s the last neighbourhood in San Francisco,” [Editor’s note: … Continue reading “Little old Bernal Heights makes the Financial Times”

The Potrero: Developer’s Specials

Our friends at The Potrero, Potrero Hill’s newest development with prices starting at $404,880 for a studio, and working their way up from there for one and two bedroom condos, and two and three bedroom townhomes, have decided to release a few “developer’s specials”, and you’re hearing it here first. [Update: they just hit MLS.] … Continue reading The Potrero: Developer’s Specials