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Entering the opulent lobby of 850 Powell, with its arched colonnades and corbeled beams, is like stepping back in time to the golden age of Nob Hill. Built in 1923 by three of the most renowned architects of the day, the Francesca remains one of the City’s true gems.

One of only 40 residences in this historic building, Unit 104 is utterly unique. Beyond its carved wood door, you leave the 1920s behind and find yourself in a luxurious and comfortable 4 bedroom, 4 full bathroom urban retreat that combines grand spaces and gracious details with the sleek open space modern feel of a loft. Skillfully and extensively remodeled, 104 greets you with a serene entry hall warmly lit by pendant lamps of rose-colored glass. The hall opens into a spacious living

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It's that time of the year, come join us for some Halloween fun! Climb Real Estate is hosting it’s first annual Condo Store Halloween Dog Costume Parade on October 28th. The day will be filled with all kinds of family and pet fun. All dogs are welcomed and don’t forget their adorable costumes as we will have a photographer there snapping photos with you and your furry baby. This is going to be a fun filled day event that you won’t want to miss out on. RSVP today!

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There is good news for San Francisco and one of its premier high-rise communities known as 181 Fremont. Facebook will rent all of the building's 436,000 square feet of office space, which is nearly the entire lower half of the building, from the 3rd to the 34th floor. It is said to be costing Facebook close to $80 a square foot, or $35 million, and is one of the most significant leasing transactions in San Francisco in years. Although the building is still under construction, completion is scheduled for early 2018. Located in the growing south of market district, the building was designed by the architectural firm Heller Manus, and is famous for its state-of-the-art engineering as well as its remarkable condominium residences on the upper 15 floors. With

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The historic Seventy2 Townsend is located in the highly sought-after South Beach neighborhood along the Embarcadero. It is a boutique new construction building with a luxurious aesthetic. Penthouse #904 is a 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom condo with breathtaking views of the city skyline and Twin Peaks. Upgrades in the home include Studio Becker cabinetry, Caesarstone counters, wide-plank hardwood flooring, and a Bosch and Thermador appliance package. The home features beautifully appointed interiors and its own 510 sq. ft. terrace.

Historic and contemporary: find the best of both worlds at Seventy2 Townsend. Formerly home to the historic Hooper’s South End Grain Warehouse, Seventy2 Townsend has been meticulously restored and converted into South Beach’s

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As has been the case for month after month – and now year after year – low inventory is the primary culprit for any sales malaise rather than lack of offers. There is strong demand for home buying, emphasized by higher prices and multiple offers on homes for sale, none of which is news to San Franciscans. The San Francisco Association of Realtor reports that in June new listings were down 36.0 percent for Condo/TIC/Coop properties, however pending sales increased. The Median Sales Price was up 10.8 percent for single family homes but decreased 2.6 percent to $1,145,000 for Condo/TIC/Coop properties.

Want to know what your home's current market value is? Regardless of whether you are looking to sell or just curious about the market, I would be glad

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Welcome to 850 Corbett Avenue Unit #4. This prime luxury 2 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom Twin Peaks condo is perfectly situated at the top of Market Street with an eastern view that overlooks downtown. Built in 2003, this one-of-a-kind turn-key property provides the best of contemporary living in a boutique 6-unit building.

A grand-scale living/dining room welcomes you into this luxurious home with a gas fireplace and floor-to-ceiling French-style windows that come with scenic views of San Francisco’s downtown. A flexible light-filled den space is raised off of the living room and can be used as a guest alcove, dining area, or office. A well-equipped U-shaped gas kitchen with marble floors opens up to the living/dining area and is perfectly set up for

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This sunny mid-century modern condo with an open floor plan is on a quaint tree-lined street steps away from the vibrant Valencia Corridor. Located on the top floor and at the rear of the building, this serene 2 bedroom home has a spacious living/dining area; granite countertops; double-pane windows; in-unit washer/dryer; beautiful hardwood floors; and deeded garage parking and storage. 25 Camp features a recent soft-story retrofit and low HOA fees. Right in the heart of one of the City's most coveted neighborhoods, you are minutes from theaters, live music venues, galleries, boutiques, grocers, coffee shops, and excellent restaurants. The location has a Walk Score of 99; Bart, Muni, and tech shuttles nearby give it a Transit Score of 100.

25 Camp

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Off-Market Penthouse 1bed Listing for only $899,000!

This stunning top-floor 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom Park Terrace home features panoramic view of Twin Peaks, Sutro Tower, and city lights. Residence 712’s unique architecture, large windows, and tall ceiling height are inspired by the natural surroundings of Mission Creek and the waterfront heritage of Mission Bay.

Inside, the northeast-facing home balances the modernity of clean lines, neutral palettes, and sleek appliances with the warmth of ebony hand-scraped hardwood floors and an abundance of light and views creating a mood of contemporary comfort. Designer upgrades include window treatments and solid-core doors. The chef’s kitchen includes European-style frameless cabinets with fresh paint,

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The Mission Bay Condo Store is a one stop shop for all new construction projects in San Francisco and will be a lifestyle store as well, providing information about what's going on in the area. 

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Part of the city’s Transbay redevelopment plan, the Folsom Bay Tower is an awesome addition to the city’s skyline with it’s distinctive form and texture. Designed by Chicago architect Jeanne Gang and built by developer Tishman Speyer it’s been call twisty tower, since it incrementally twists 400 feet, you can’t miss it. The design utilizes a traditional element common to San Francisco homes, the bay window, to maximize views, sunlight and air into its units - reported to be the result of special attention to the building’s energy performance and of how the building was meant to be experienced. There will be a wide range of floor plans. Retail on Folsom and Main streets will contribute to the new pedestrian amenities to create a highly walkable area

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