San Francisco Condos
Rare offering inside Sutter Street gem.
Comes with views of Alcatraz and the Bay.
Football great listed home to the tune of $4 million after finding out about building’s woes.
A two-faced building for Pine and Austin nears completion, with 88 new homes at the foot of Nob Hill.
Ship-shape Shipyard home first sold almost exactly a year ago for a tiny bit more than $500K and now returns asking a slightly less tiny bit more than that, making it a rare two-time candidate for the Under $700K Club.
Nob Hill goes for a continental vibe in one of its old Belle Epoque buildings, but different owners have rather remarkably different ideas about what was quite so belle about that particular epoque, as the penthouse reveals.
It's a big, audacious new building in a highly sensitive place on the cusp of two must-have neighborhoods. Rowan's mission statement, as the architect explains to Curbed SF, was to be noticed.
Our first look inside this 1906 classic since a remodel five years ago. How did it fare? And what will it yield for the price tag on a unit last sold in the midst of the dump of 2009?
When it last sold in 2015 we were pretty charmed by this unit, but the owner felt its value would be better served by updating its 1920s looks with a decidedly 2016 style remodel.
The Pacific, at 2121 Webster Street, is not like other condo projects in town. Every new building says that, of course. It’s the foundation of marketing. But in this case, you have to give this dizzying new complex its due.
Remember all that building we've been doing? Well, it's ready for you. And monstrous demand and price spikes from previous years ran into a solid wall during the spring buying season. There are tens of thousands of new condos and apartments underway.
After less than a year of wear, the topmost mark of the super decadent but surprisingly minimalist Pac Heights building hangs a new "for sale" sign on its door.
The future of Bayview, the centerpiece of Van Ness Avenue, and the soaring ceilings of SOMA join the club.
Though the building is over 100 years old, this is the first time the individual unit has been put on the market.
In collaboration with Sutro Architects and Black Mountain Construction, noted San Francisco designer Jay Jeffers stripped the space to its studs and started fresh by taking down most of the interior walls and opening up the space.
The starting price for the small condos is $500,000.