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
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.
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.
I would imagine there are a couple hundred thousand people every day driving to and from San Francisco on the Bay Bridge that think, “I wonder what the view is like from up there.” Well…I was just up on the 50th floor of Tower One at One Rincon Hill (425 1st St), snapped this panorama, … Continue reading Those Towers By The Bay Bridge
A Look At Some New Developments Popping Up Around Town San Francisco median home sales prices have increased dramatically since 2012. Beginning from a low-$600k with an average price per sqft of mid-$500, and then accelerating in the first half of 2013 close to $800k with an average price of mid-$600 per sq ft, to … Continue reading San Francisco New Developments And Luxury High Rise Condominiums
I have just signed up a listing at 88 King Street (The Towers at Embarcadero South), unit 106 here in San Francisco, California. If you’re not familiar with the city, or you happen to be a San Francisco Giants fan, this location doesn’t get much better. It is smack dab in the heart of all … Continue reading For San Francisco Giants Fans, It Doesn’t Get Much Better (88 King Street #106 Is For Sale)
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…
Coming on the heels of our recent jaunt down to The Infinity, there were a couple questions that needed some clarification. Let’s get through those first, and then we’ll share our experiences of the much-hyped Tower II. From “anon”: What’s the price on those lovely midrise units? Are they willing to deal and if so, … Continue reading Pictures, Pricing, Scoop, And Rumors Squashed For The Infinity Tower II San Francisco