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
Hullabaloo, hullabaloo, hullabaloo. That appears to be what everybody loves these days (especially when it seems to highlight more economic hardship for anybody…we’d think it easier to claw out of a recession if we shifted our focus elsewhere), and so it is no surprise the city (we’ll call it more the real estate obsessed readers) … Continue reading City And Media Pounce, Developer Responds (Mike Krozier, Think One Rincon Hill)
We’ve all heard about the latest craze to talk about what buildings aren’t selling what, what price reductions happened where, what incentives are being offered here, and which penthouse condos are selling for what. If you’ve been reading up on your bay area blogs, you’ll likely already know that the entire 60th floor of One … Continue reading Que Sera, Sera: One Rincon Hill’s 60th Floor Penthouse Residence ($14M)
Back in November, we advised Luxury High Rise Condo/hotel developers… to take note about a new car club in town and apparently One Rincon Hill did, with the addition of DRIV into their “One Club”. “Your One Rincon Membership grants you 75 points and 900 miles (up to 11 reservation days) which are debited for … Continue reading We talked fast cars, now we’re talking VB, who’s listening?
We took you to this very floor a long, long time ago before it had walls (right after an earthquake mind you), and we took you there again just recently. This time, we’re bringing you a taste of what life will be like on top and from a North East corner unit…at night…and guess what? … Continue reading Views from the 5*th Floor of One Rincon Hill
Truth be told, I recently had a client in contract to “take over” a unit above the 50th floor at One Rincon Hill from a “seller” that had purchased their unit via the sales office on the very first night said sales office opened. Yes, that means it was an attempted “flip”, a “cancellation”, a … Continue reading A failed flip at One Rincon Hill, and what we know about high rise “resales”
something red… Can you find it? In case you missed it, some of these views are available. –A failed flip at One Rincon Hill and what we know about high rise “resales” [theFrontSteps]
Following on the heels of our latest post on Millennium Tower, today’s Chronicle/SF Gate provides the latest on all the glass going up on many of the other buildings we’ve featured. Have a look at this audio slideshow by John King of the SF Chronicle. And of course, feel free to share your thoughts. –One … Continue reading Glassing Off: Downtown and a Bottle of Windex
We get a few inquiries as to what exactly went inside the so called “time capsule” that will be placed on top of One Rincon Hill. Well, according to One Rincon Hill’s Fall Newsletter, in which theFrontSteps actually has a couple photo credits: [The time capsule] will be installed in an electrical room on the … Continue reading One Rincon Hill: Time Capsule and Construction Update
Since Tower Two is a go at One Rincon Hill, we thought you’d like to see some raw video of the construction elevator ride down the outside of Tower One, during consctruction…in case you missed it. –One Rincon Hill Topping off at 600 Ft, with a picture and VIDEO medley [theFrontSteps]
From ,Damion Matthews “After months of speculation concerning the status of Tower Two at One Rincon Hill, it’s now official – the groundbreaking for construction is going to be in January, 2008. There had been a persistent rumor out there that Tower Two would never get built. The announcement of the groundbreaking comes a few … Continue reading One Rincon Hill: Tower two is a go!
Last Friday I hastily threw some pictures and video up on this blog of my visit to the almost highest point of the tallest residential building west of the Mississippi. I promised the full story and more “unobstructed view” pictures, so here goes…(Some pictures that wouldn’t fit in this screen can be viewed in full … Continue reading One Rincon Hill: Topping off at 631ft, BONUS post
I had the distinct pleasure of being invited to the “topping off ceremony” at One Rincon Hill this morning. There were quite a few notables in attendance, including Mr. Willie Brown (da mayor), the architects, and a few others, which I’ll note next week when I revise this post. For now, I thought you’d enjoy … Continue reading One Rincon Hill: Topping off at 631ft. with a picture and VIDEO medley from the 59th & 41st floors.
J.K. Dineen of the San Francisco Business Times (highly recommend getting a subscription if you haven’t already) reported in their latest issue, “Developer Michael Kriozere plans to begin construction on the second tower of One Rincon Hill by the end of the year…” (photo credit: sfcondo.org, this is a view from The Infinity to One … Continue reading Second tower at One Rincon Hill going up…soon.
A reader kindly pointed out the following: -One Rincon Hill- 3 bedroom, 3 bath on 29th and 30th floors with just under 2000 square feet. It is 200 feet up the hill with un-obstructed views for $2,190,000. -The Infinity- 3-bedroom, 2.5 bath, 2-story home on 28th and 29th floor with approximately 1,679 square feet. It … Continue reading The Infinity vs. One Rincon Hill 29th Floor Smackdown
According to the most recent One Rincon Hill newsletter as of April 9, construction on Phase I (tower 1) “zoomed past the 45th floor”, and is expected to top out in July. Initial move-ins are scheduled for late 2007. We had a nice sit-down with some folks at One Rincon Hill about a week ago, … Continue reading Tower of Power