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Atherton: California’s most expensive zip code. Here’s what the $6M median buys

Atherton: California’s most expensive zip code. Here’s what the $6M median buys Atherton home sellers can break out that champagne they’ve been saving. Once again, the 94027 zip code is making news for being expensive. This time, according to Time Magazine, Atherton wins the award for being the most expensive place to buy a home in California. How expensive? The median value is now $6,177,000 ...more

California Home+Design Covers Lieberman Mill Valley Masterpiece on Open House Obsession

Open House Obsession: Tour This Enchanting Mill Valley Compound In The Redwoods, $2.8M Where: 861 Lovell Avenue, Mill Valley When: Sunday, April 2 from 1:00pm-4:00pm Asking: $2,795,000 What: An enchanting compound perched in the Redwoods minutes from downtown Mill Valley. Built by architect Daniel Lieberman in 1962, it’s a soulful composition of open, angled spaces anchored by a pair or massive brick arches and a central fireplace, not unlike the work ...more

Pacific Union International Real Estate Jumps to Eighth-Largest Brokerage in the U.S. With 2016 Sales Volume of $10.15 Billion

The Real Estate Firm of the Future Tops Growth by Over 23 Percent Through West Coast Merger and Global Digital Ad Campaign San Francisco, CA March 31, 2017 – Today RISMedia and REAL Trends, the nation’s leading real estate industry media organizations, ranked Pacific Union International, Inc. the eighth-largest residential real estate brokerage in the U.S., with 2016 sales volume of $10.15 billion. The RISMedia ...more

Hillary Ryan sells Margrit Mondavi home in Napa Valley

Margrit Mondavi home in Napa Valley sells for $4.6M The property owned by the estate of the late Margrit Mondavi sold March 24 for $4.6 million. The property was purchased by second-home buyers from San Francisco, according to Hillary Ryan, a Pacific Union agent who represented the buyers. Acquired by Mondavi in 2009, the property is located on 9.9 acres in the Coombsville winegrowing area ...more

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Oceanwide taps Mark Company to sell DTLA condos

Oceanwide taps Mark Company to sell DTLA condos The Mark Company has been tapped to list and sell the entirety of the 504-unit Oceanwide Plaza condo complex, the marketing firm announced Thursday. Expected to open in 2019, the Oceanwide Plaza development will have three mixed-use towers containing condo units, a 184-key Park Hyatt hotel and 166,000 square feet of retail. The Mark Company, a subsidiary ...more

Curbed highlights Nancy Noman’s renovated 1933 Berkeley beauty

Renovated 1933 Berkeley home seeks $1.09 million Located near the gastronomically prized gourmet ghetto area of Berkeley, this circa-1933 home has been extensively remodeled and maintained by architect Jerzy Wollak, who lived here for 20 years. The results are contemporary but hardly antiseptic. Coming in at three beds, two baths, and 1,567 square feet, 1615 La Vereda Road has a point of view. Wood paneled ceiling, wood ...more

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Alan Mark of The Mark Company discussing the penthouse at 181 Fremont on CNBC

The views from this $42 million penthouse in San Francisco are incredible The penthouse at 181 Fremont in San Francisco just went on the market for what woud be a record $42 million. Before this, the record for a condo in San Francisco was a penthouse in the Pacific Heights neighborhood, which sold for $32 million in 2015. So what does the buyer get here? ...more

Meredith Peterson’s Orinda Observatory In SF Biz Times

Would you pay $6 million for this East Bay home with its own star observatory? Astronomy buffs, you may just have hit the real estate jackpot — as long as you have $5.75 million to shell out for this East Bay home with its own retractable rooftop observatory and the region’s second-most powerful telescope. The six-bedroom, four-bathroom house built in 2000 has 6,428 square feet ...more

Midcentury Home in Marin Is Perfect for Summer Entertaining

Design Envy: This Midcentury Home in Marin Is Perfect for Summer Entertaining After closing the chapter on a decade in New York City, interior designer Brad Krefman and real estate agent Eric McFarland headed west with their French bulldog, landing in Marin County. They looked at nearly 40 houses before coming across a midcentury gem clad in clear heart redwood. It formed an L shape ...more

Curbed spotlights John Farnham and Laura Rogers Hayes Valley Victorian

Hayes Valley Victorian condo asks $2.4 million 1897 Queen Anne successfully blends old and new As Hayes Valley peppers itself with a series of (much needed) new housing, it’s nice to see some of its old self on the market. Take, for example, this circa-1897 Queen Anne Victorian on Laguna, one block away from Patricia’s Green. A two-level condo, which has been recently renovated, is asking $2,400,000. ...more