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Mansion in San Francisco’s Famously High-End Presidio Terrace Enclave Lists for $20 Million

The home was designed a decade ago by classical architect Andrew Skurman and renowned designer Ken Fulk BY BECKIE STRUM  |  ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON OCTOBER 22, 2020  |  MANSION GLOBAL One of the three-dozen mansions that make up San Francisco’s highly affluent Presidio Terrace enclave has hit the market for $20 million, placing it among the priciest homes for sale in the city, Mansion Global has learned. The quiet cul-de-sac ...more

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Multifamily Sales In San Francisco Still Way Down Despite Recent Pickup

October 9, 2020 Dean Boerner, Bisnow San Francisco Bay Area  The coronavirus pandemic and economic downturn brought San Francisco’s multifamily investment market to a near standstill that it is now just starting to crawl out of.  Unsplash/mauro arrue After an April and May in which only seven five-plus-unit apartment buildings sold in S.F., the city has since seen about 40 such properties sold, according to Compass Commercial Senior Vice ...more

Santa Barbara-style hilltop estate in Marin for sale for $16.5M

Anna Marie Erwert Oct. 15, 2020 Updated: Oct. 15, 2020 4:01 a.m. Spanning an entire hillside in Ross is the palatial 325 Upper Toyon Road, a 4.5-acre property that includes a huge multilevel main home, a pool, poolhouse and guest house and is now for sale for $16.5 million. The design is that of architect Andrew Skurman, who revamped the original 1940s home in 2004 to ...more

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Multifamily Sales In San Francisco Still Way Down Despite Recent Pickup

October 9, 2020 Dean Boerner, Bisnow San Francisco Bay Area FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint The coronavirus pandemic and economic downturn brought San Francisco’s multifamily investment market to a near standstill that it is now just starting to crawl out of.  Unsplash/mauro arrue After an April and May in which only seven five-plus-unit apartment buildings sold in S.F., the city has since seen about 40 such properties sold, according to Compass Commercial Senior Vice ...more

This $46 Million San Francisco Penthouse Offers Mind-Blowing Views of the Golden Gate Bridge

It could be yours for $46 million. BY JANICE O’LEARY ON OCTOBER 4, 2020 Matthew Millman Perched 802 feet above San Francisco, the grand topper of 181 Fremont is something to see, even if a foggy day has the building ringed in cumulus. Since its 2018 debut, the skyscraper has taken a series of design and engineering awards for its striking exoskeleton and quake-proof structural fittings. It’s also uber-sustainable, earning ...more