Offered at $2,095,000 Sold for $2,325,000
SPUR, a non-profit organization which “promotes good planning and good government in the San Francisco Bay Area” has posted this very interesting article on our city’s economy and housing. http://www.spur.org/blog/2014-02-27/forecasting-san-francisco-s-economic-fortunes
Last night’s event at my home was enlightening. My friend, Syda Day, lectured on the author Alice Munro by discussing Munro’s unique writing style and Munro’s main subject on memory and associations. Mind-bending reading experience.
These tables report average and median sales prices and average dollar per square foot values, along with average home size and units sold, by property type and bedroom count for a wide variety of San Francisco neighborhoods. The tables follow … Continue reading
It’s been a wild year for San Francisco. Batkid took over the city, the tech community came under attack and the only thing people can agree on is that the rent is too damn high. But if the city’s big plans are any indication, the future looks bright — projects are underway from the Embarcadero to the beach. Take a look through some renderings of what San Francisco could look…
It’s safe to say that Mission Bay is San Francisco’s fastest-growing neighborhood. Empty Southern Pacific Railroad yards only 15 years ago, the district is now home to some of San Francisco’s finest apartment and condominium complexes, with more going up … Continue reading
If you are around Saturday, March 8, 2014, join the organizers of Vital Voices to support their mentoring program for women in developing countries. Join us on Saturday, March 8, 2014 on the Great Meadow at Fort Mason in San Francisco for the Vital Voices Global Mentoring Walk. In celebration of International Women’s Day, Vital Voices, with the support of our Global Sponsor, Bank of…
There are a number of new developments in San Francisco that are being planned, in progress, and selling out as we speak. Here’s a selection of projects around the city to give you an idea of recent changes, ones that … Continue reading
February 2014 San Francisco Market Report It is far too early in the year to reach definitive conclusions regarding substantive changes in the market, but there are indications of a number of shifts. From the hurly burly on the street, … Continue reading
Walking along Ocean Beach last weekend, I came across this. What is it??? If anyone can tell me, please comment!