Welcome back to Maximum Luxury, a regular column where we pick apart San Francisco’s most expensive listings, purely out of a sense of obsessive curiosity. No bones about it, 9 Bernice Street is wild. We’re not saying that’s a bad thing; we’re not saying it’s a good thing; we’re just saying it’s an evident thing. … Continue reading Salesforce Equality Officer’s “Speakeasy” Industrial Loft Wants $10.9M
After the cost of housing and the homeless crisis, likely the biggest complaint many San Franciscans and would-be San Franciscans have about SF is that our streets and sidewalks are chronically dirty. In truth, street conditions ary a lot from neighborhood to neighborhood and even block to block, but the state of the asphalt remains … Continue reading SF Struggles To Clean Up Streets & Sidewalks Yet Again
Start packing very, very small bags, because there’s a new listing at Cubix, San Francisco’s most economically sized condo development. The unit at 766 Harrison Street, #506 is a 279 square foot studio, retailing for $379,000; that of course is a tiny sum of money in SF condo terms, so little that usually only subsidized … Continue reading Explaining Cubix, the SoMa Building With Tiny $379K Condos
Chances are most people weren’t paying attention to Wednesday’s meeting of the Board of Supervisors’ Budget & Finance Committee (the name alone is enough to discourage most potential viewers), but one vote could end up having a profound impact on your neighborhood. We’ll break it down for the benefit of anyone who wasn’t there: What … Continue reading Why SF Might Be Buying Homeless Hotels On Your Block
When it comes to San Francisco’s building boom, the proposed high-rise at One Oak Street has long looked like the one that got away. Now there are finally signs of life again for this towering question mark, as the developer behind the would-be edifice is seeking permission to increase its scope by roughly 50 percent. … Continue reading Four Years Later, Where Is the One Oak Tower?
Last week we got an email from some potential San Francisco homebuyers fretting about–what else?–the risks of living in a major fault zone and the danger posed by certain neighborhoods and certain kinds of homes in the event of a major earthquake. Along with the cost of living, this is probably the number one thing … Continue reading The Anxious Homebuyer’s Guide To San Francisco Earthquakes
“What’s going on with Van Ness Avenue?” is such a commonplace San Francisco question that no less than a civil grand jury formed to find out why the traffic-snarling roadwork on that corridor seems to have lasted forever. A civil grand jury is a special body of SF citizens charged with auditing city government. Outcomes … Continue reading How San Francisco Screwed Up Van Ness Avenue
This little SOMA nugget isn’t hitting MLS until next week, but of course we give you the first look, details, pictures, and showing schedule. Adjust your calendars accordingly, and spread the word. Situated in a boutique 12 unit building, on a quiet tree lined side street in one of the best areas of SOMA, and … Continue reading For Sale | 249 Shipley #12 | SOMA Penthouse Loft | $1,050,000
This week it’s residence 31E at Millennium Tower claiming the top spot on the weekly Underbid list, selling just shy of $300,000 UNDER asking price, and narrowly beating out unit 49B, also at Millennium Tower, which just closed $995,000 under asking, but still $2413.27 per square foot… In fact, four of the top 10 underbids … Continue reading Bargain Hunting At Millennium Tower
I’m pleased to announce the recent sale of unit 11E in this wonderful brand new Luxury High Rise Residence in Downtown San Francisco, located at 338 Main Street, better known as Lumina SF. My clients are the proud owners of an amazing 2 bedroom, 2 bath, spectacular view home. Property Details:
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 … Continue reading New Renderedings of Above-Ground SF Flower Mart Revealed
Having originally planned on listing just Unit D, followed by Units C, B, then A, I’m happy to report we just closed on all four units at once at 960 Harrison for $4,850,000.
The Harrison is an unapologetically ostentatious transformation of the former luxury rental tower, 1 Rincon Hill, which sold for somewhere in the neighborhood of $400 million to Maximus Real Estate Partners last summer. The tower, which is 49 stories tall and contains 298 units (valued at $1.3 million each based on the building’s sale price), is … Continue reading Peep the New Ken Fulk-designed Luxury Residences at The Harrison
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
Top floor, luxury, view two bedroom, two bath condominium in a boutique elevator building with parking, situated in the vibrant SOMA District of San Francisco.
It’s not everyday a development runs an ad thanking those that have helped make it a success, but Lumina just did. I’m proud to be one of the many agents bringing buyers through the door, and making it a resounding success. The LUMINA Sales Team & Tishman Speyer would like to extend their sincerest gratitude … Continue reading Lumina Sales Center Says Thanks