Where readers ask and we try to answer: I work on Harrison between 3rd and 4th. For the past year+, there’s been massive construction at 766 Harrison. What’s the building going to be? And will it have an affect on the homeless/mentally ill/substance abusers who camp outside of the substance abuse/mental clinic next door? As … Continue reading Ask Us: “Massive construction at 766 Harrison”
As we reported not too long ago, Chelsea Park, a new development located in Mission Dolores at 3620 19th Street and 29 Oakwood is coming soon…as in this weekend. We’re happy to tell you, we have a tiny bit more information for you. [Bloomsbury floor plan pictured. Image courtesy of chelseaparksf.com] Of the 39 units … Continue reading Chelsea Park coming, this time with pricing
Where readers ask and we try to answer: There must be many of you brokers out there who are familiar with the Lembi juggernaut. Well, word is that they are adjusting to a changing financing landscape and even, gasp! selling some units. Maybe that will allow some of us little guys to get a shot … Continue reading Ask Us: “Lembi juggernaut” selling units?
We recently had the pleasure of checking out 1 (One) South Park with some clients, and are sad to say the pickins are slim (for us anyway). If you don’t know what One South Park is, fear not, we’ve gotcha covered. One South Park is a new warehouse conversion with 35 new homes, including 9 … Continue reading 1 (One) South Park: a Walkthrough and Sales Update
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
Not too long ago we reported on some properties that were near and dear to our wallets, literally. True to our word, we report the good, the bad and the ugly. So we again, bring a sad story on what can happen in this market. The property is 869-879 Grove, a 6-unit building in the … Continue reading 6 units in Alamo Square: an update