“Millennium Towers [sic] is one of the most luxurious condominium buildings in San Francisco,” this new listing boasts, and in all fairness that is actually true; we’ve been in that building a lot, it runs like a self-contained, vertical neighborhood, the hype is definitely real. But that of course is not what people associate this … Continue reading Are “Leaning Tower” Condos Worth Top Dollar?
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
Even if you don’t know the name, everyone in San Francisco immediately recognizes MIRA, the twisting, Studio Gang-designed high-rise that opened in 2020 at 280 Spear Street–there’s no overlooking it. Just this week, a brand new MIRA unit listed for sale, a three bed, three bath condo on the 32nd floor asking just under $5 … Continue reading We Looked at All 391 MIRA Condos To Figure Out What’s Up With This Building
Some clubs are even more exclusive than we would like for them to be, as is the case with San Francisco’s Under $700K Club, the place where you can buy a home for (slightly) less. This one bed, one bath condo at 250 King Street (the Beacon building) just joined up this week, sliding under … Continue reading Joining San Francisco’s Elusive Under $700K Club
Last week saw the news of still more structural problems in the sinking and tilting Millennium Tower, which is now seeing some plumbing problems due to its uneven settling. It’s just more bad news for this top-dollar building with rock-bottom problems. What’s interesting though is that even after five solid years of basically nothing but … Continue reading Rich People Are Still Buying Homes In the Sinking, Tilting Millennium Tower
If you’ve ever passed by some fancy looking East Cut new construction and wanted the whole thing to yourself, we’ve got an opportunity for you. Just a few days ago, 15-17 Guy Place went on the market, a seven-level, eight bed, eight and a half bath setup on offer for $15 million (we’ll pause just … Continue reading Seven-Level Mid-Rise East Cut Condo Asks $15 Million
Decades ago, City Hall planners envisioned a soaring new downtown San Francisco district in the shadow of the Bay Bridge, built around a revamped Transbay Terminal and featuring inspired (and expensive) office towers that would transform the city skyline forever. Today, that dream is largely a reality–though ironically, those towers sit mostly abandoned, and the … Continue reading Whatever Happened To the Last Transbay Towers?
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
Ever wondered what $465,000 gets you in San Francisco? It gets you this…a 347 square foot studio in South Beach: That’s $1340 per square foot in case you were wondering. Happy Hump Day – you’re almost there. –201 Harrison St #108, sold $465,000 [The Goods] …Loving the hand sketched floorplan.
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:
This gorgeous and rare Clocktower gem at 461 Second Street is our newest listing at theFrontSteps. Unit T660 features a spacious floorplan, hardwood flooring, soaring ceilings, and industrial-inspired, modern interiors. Peer out the floor-to-ceiling windows for a view of AT&T Park, Potrero Hill and the beautiful, blue bay.
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
Hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! I know I did. Back to the grind… With the grind comes daily ganders at all things San Francisco real estate, and today is no exception. Check out this this Nob Hill Co-op apartment at 1333 Jones topping our weekly list of underbids (because they do exist). Listed just … Continue reading 13% Under Asking In Nob Hill | That’s An Audi R8
The SF Planning Department just released updated Q3 information regarding the new-housing development pipeline. San Francisco is in the midst of one of its biggest new-housing construction booms in history. (The same is occurring on the commercial development side, but this report won’t deal with that.) Indeed, it often seems that new projects of one … Continue reading San Francisco New-Home Construction Report
Working for sellers and working for buyers…that’s what I do. I have a great client that I showed all kinds of different properties to in all parts of the city. Turns out, he really liked South Beach and all it has to offer (proximity to water, Giants games, restaurants, vibrancy, downtown, etc.), but we just … Continue reading SOLD: 88 King St., South Beach, San Francisco
If you’re in the market for a new development condominium in downtown San Francisco, you’re going to want to keep your eye on this type of information. Particularly the number of units available versus the number sold…translation = properties are selling REALLY fast! Thank you Mark Company for these excellent reports…