Would that be considered industrial chic, modern, or just plain awesome? Perhaps all three. It’s nearly 2400 square feet, with 17 ft floor-to-ceiling windows, is light filled and has a top of the line remodeled gourmet kitchen, bay & bridge views, 3 large bedrooms, 3 remodeled luxurious bathrooms, 2 car deeded secured parking, 24 hr … Continue reading 200 Brannan #328 Hitting MLS for $2,495,000, My Jaw Hits The Floor
Previously listed on MLS at $659,000, times have changed, but this A+ unit at 200 Townsend has not. Currently not listed on MLS due to reasons I’m happy to share if you’re a serious buyer or buyer’s agent, this loft is available for immediate purchase and now asking $499,000! Talk about a hair cut. Two … Continue reading SOMA – South Beach Loft Condominium Steps From AT&T Park
The original “asking” price for the 20,000 square foot St. Regis Penthouse (188 Minna), was $70,000,000, and at that price it was only slightly ambitious. Now at 50% less or $35,000,000 and still not officially “listed” on MLS, I expect all but one of the buyers in San Francisco to be able to qualify for … Continue reading St. Regis Penthouse Was $70,000,000, Now $35,000,000. Yes, That’s Correct – $35,000,000 Less.
Congratulations to Philz Coffee! You have been voted Best Coffee (House) in San Francisco by the people of the internets. The competition was linked to around the world, and we have to say Philz not only got tons of nods during the first round of nominations, but they also swept the voting when thousands more … Continue reading Winner: The Best Coffee (House) In San Francisco, And The Rest
Well…it’s official (sort of). There is a route sketched out for the 2013 America’s Cup planned for San Francisco and every Realtor in the city wants you to get front row seats (living rooms, balconies, and even bathrooms). While many agents have always been touting their listings as marvelous places to live and own a … Continue reading (Potential) America’s Cup Race Route For San Francisco Revealed: Realtors Frothing
Last night the San Francisco Giants clinched the World Series Title and they did it with authority, routing the Texas Rangers four games to one, in the best of seven series. What made it all the more sweet was continually seeing George W. lean over to his wife and ask her just exactly what was … Continue reading San Francisco Giants Win World Series: Bedlam Ensues, Brian Wilson Calls In…
If you’re going to go loft, you might as well go big. Not yet on the market, but coming very soon, 3 Clarence Place ($2,658,000), a 3br, 3ba, 2700 square foot freestanding loft with 2 car side by side garage is not to be missed. — — Our bathing suits, and six-pack are in the … Continue reading Forget The Loft, We Wanna Get In That Tub!
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
Our recent scoop on the sale of both Grand Penthomes at the Millennium Tower (one that sold to mega millionaire venture capitalist Tom Perkins) has been getting quite a bit of press lately, and oddly enough we received this email today: This is all great [referring to the sale of a ~$9,000,000 condo] I suppose, … Continue reading Who Is Tom Perkins And WTF Does He Have To Do With Us
Those of you that read this site frequently, know that we like to keep our eye on the St. Regis Residences here in San Francisco. We do this for many reasons, and we always like to report back to you, our dear readers as to what is going on in there. Well….prices they are a … Continue reading BOMs Go Off, Prices Drop At St. Regis Residences San Francisco
Don’t slash prices, offer more incentives to Realtors to bring their clients through the door! As always, we’ll give you half of that commission back, and if we win the Nordstrom’s schwag, we’ll give that to you as well. –SomaGrand [website]
I published this exact thing on sfnewsletter today, but since it is a newsletter there is no room for discussion. Hopefully, we’ll get some here. I recently submitted an offer for $425k on a Short Sale in SOMA (175 Bluxome #119). The “lender approved price” was $450k, but the sellers accepted our offer for $425k … Continue reading Stories Of Despair In San Francisco Real Estate (source: sfnewsletter)
[Update: The original video did not require a password…we’re working on the fix…if there is one.]
Drive before you buy… From the street: We bring the deets:
From “anon” on our recent post, “Battle Royale: San Francisco’s Infinity Tower Versus Some Peninsula Townhouse”: SOMA would the be last place I’d buy in SF. It lacks any sort of SF feel, there is no personality nor night-life. We don’t live down there, so can’t speak to daily life in the area, but we … Continue reading Comment Du Jour: SOMA Gets Dissed