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Dolores Park’s extravagant Light House condo returns to the market at a discounted $6 million

ByJen Woo Jun 24, 2021 You know the building—the 100-year-old neoclassical former church, with its formal dome and trio of carved wood double doors, that sits on a prime strip of Dolores, between 19th and 20th streets directly across from the park. If you follow real estate news, you also know the tale of the structure’s conversion to fancy AF condos back in 2016, and perhaps ...more

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On a Budget: East Bay Real Estate Is Often Under One Million Dollars

The East Bay, with its diverse neighborhoods, vibrant communities, and eclectic activities, is often seen as a more realistic place to buy a home in relation to San Francisco. Though, with space becoming more scarce, local and foreign developers buying up property, and the highest year-over-year change in annual median house sale price, spiking to $200,000, that fact seems to be changing. Need a great ...more

Community San Francisco: House Proud

Three extraordinary homes by giants of the Bay Area design scene offer something for everyone. By Maile Pinge STATELY IN SAN FRANCISCO Benefitting of its historic neighborhood is a classical home by architect Andrew Skurman and interior designer Ken Fulk. Set on a private cul-de-sac once home to the British Embassy, the 10,041-square-foot property was designed with a grand foyer that leads to formal and ...more

The broker balancing Zoom and homeschooling in a crowded house

Arrian Binnings of Compass balances working from home with his wife, Sejal Binnings, while assisting a homeseller infected by the coronavirus in San Francisco BY INMAN | Today 1:00 A.M. Inman Diaries is a weekly feature tracking the day-to-day activities of America’s leading real estate agents in their own words. This week, Arrian Binnings of Compass balances work, Zoom meetings and home-schooling in a crowded house as the pandemic ...more

LIVING IN East Cut, San Francisco: A Newly Rebranded Neighborhood Takes a Bow A walkable, high-rise neighborhood has opened for business in a hilly, mostly low-rise city.

SAN FRANCISCO -After commuting from his home in San Mateo, Calif., to Austin, Texas, for several years, Cristian Azcarate landed a job at the San Francisco-area headquarters of his company and settled in the Bay Area permanently. He and his husband decided to sell their home in Silicon Valley and buy a place that felt as close to the opposite of suburbia as possible. They ...more

Down Market Doesn’t Damper San Francisco’s Slate of New Developments A Robert A.M. Stern building and a 45-story, two-tower Four Seasons complex highlight spring’s sales launches

By Nancy A. Ruhling Although prices for condos in San Francisco remained flat during the fourth quarter of 2019 and sales volume declined significantly, according to a report by Compass, a number of new luxury developments with uber experiential amenities are tapping into a market primed with eager buyers. “It’s true that the velocity of sales has slowed because the ultra-luxury sector is hitting new ...more

Unrivaled in Height and Views, 181 Fremont’s Grand Penthouse Soars Over the City (sponsored)

Updated 9:43 am PST, Monday, January 13, 2020 It’s hard to imagine the future owner of the grand penthouse at 181 Fremont wanting for anything. Occupying the highest residence in the San Francisco, inhabitants will enjoy a stylish oasis soaring more than 700 feet above the city. The striking residence and thoughtfully selected material palette comes fully furnished. It includes a private elevator foyer, wine tasting room ...more

Nob Hill co-op with interiors by Orlando Diaz-Azcuy asks $2.98M

It’s located across the street from Grace CathedralBy Brock Keeling@BrockKeeling  Feb 13, 2020, 3:37pm PST Photos by Open Homes Photography, courtesy of Compass Although the outside of this Nob Hill says midcentury—it was, after all, built in 1962—the inside of this co-op shouts contemporary care of a major remodel by noted interior designer Orlando Diaz-Azcuy. And it lands on the market for a cool $2.98 million. Featuring ...more

Troon Pacific wows again with Cow Hollow masterpiece

Photo: Jacob Elliott Photography A roof deck crowning 2646 Union St. offers sweeping views of the Golden Gate Bridge, the Palace of Fine Arts and San Francisco Bay. A compound. A sanctuary. A work of art. An environmentally conscious masterpiece. The four-bedroom, seven-and-a-half bathroom contemporary at 2646 Union St. in Cow Hollow is all this and more. “Residence 2646 is the pinnacle of San Francisco ...more