San Francisco, CA

Blog with news about the San Francisco high-rise condominium and loft market.

There are currently 216 blog entries related to this category.

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

165 Views, 0 Comments.

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

146 Views, 0 Comments.

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

211 Views, 0 Comments.

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,

1,151 Views, 0 Comments.

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. 

Click Here to Search SF Condos For Sale

621 Views, 0 Comments.


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

449 Views, 0 Comments.

With the California Pacific Medical Center moving to its new location on Van Ness in 2019, a vision to develop the site is moving forward, called Thirty-Seven Hundred California. The plan calls for a mix of 240 new high-end homes to be built on the site of what will be the former historical hospital campus. SocketSite reported recently that the nearly five acres will become 12 new single-family homes, 14 new three-story townhomes and 214 multi-family units. All of the new homes will be market rate. The project involved 18 months of meetings, a neighborhood survey, and input from local community leaders. The developer, TMG Partners, is known for working closely with neighborhoods and communities to create well-received projects. None of the buildings will

412 Views, 0 Comments.

If SOMA is a neighborhood you’ve been interested in, you’ve got some very distinct new construction options available this year.

The 8 new Residences at 259 Clara, the six story Folsom Street development called 99 Rausch, and a new building on 10th Street called La Maison are all new developments that are available now or we expect will begin sales this year.

The latest project by JS Sullivan, who also recently did 1515 15th, The Sutter, 299 Valencia, is La Maison, located at 241 10th St. between Howard and Folsom. While this developer is typically known for mid-range construction, they have gone all out with this development. Offering 28 “modern residences” designed by Alan Tse this mid-rise, five-story building has both one-bedroom and two-bedroom

490 Views, 0 Comments.

A new shopping center is coming to the heart of the Mid-Market Street District. Called “6×6”, the six story complex is said to be unlike any other, focusing on specialty items for younger shoppers and laid out in an open floor plan. Offering a continuous flow of shopping and eateries, the future retailers have still not been announced. The complex is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2017 and will contribute to the vitality of an area already abuzz with activity from nearby Twitter and Salesforce. You can’t miss it with its striking all glass facade. It will easily be accessible by public transportation and there will also be two levels of underground parking.

Read more about it here.

399 Views, 0 Comments.

It could be the most expensive condo ever sold in San Francisco.

The 70 story tower 181 Fremont, which will be the third tallest building in San Francisco, just put a penthouse on the market for $42M. The 5Br/5Ba, 6,941-square-foot penthouse is said to be the highest residence in San Francisco, with floor to ceiling windows and views in all directions - and could end up being the most expensive condo ever sold in San Francisco.

Interestingly too, the developer set aside a dozen units called accessory suites for anyone who needs extra space for a home office or adult children. Those units start at over $1 million and are 400-800 square feet.

Check out the article in San Francisco Business Times

411 Views, 0 Comments.