Coming Soon: M@1875 (39 new boutique units) at Mission and 15th Street

COMING SOON Signs are going up this Saturday at M@1875 Mission. Coming Soon: M@ 1875 Mission, 39 new, boutique, glamorous condominiums in a exclusive building modeled after a boutique hotel with rooftop pool and lounge coming in August, but available early to Vanguard agents and their clients. What it is: 39 homes, rooftop pool., lounge [...]

Kevin’s Open House Picks of the Weekend: March 21-23, 2014, 1st Weekend of Spring Edition

There are just 92 new listings new to the MLS from Thursday into Friday with 10 listings coming back on the market during that time and 366 scheduled open houses in San Francisco this weekend. There are A LOT of single family homes that have caught my eye this week. Yes, many of them are [...]

S.F. architecture shifts to darker tone – SFGate

In the world of San Francisco architecture, black is the new black. It's the color of choice on a 37-story Market Street apartment tower and a six-story condominium building in Dogpatch. Fresh coats of black paint adorn downtown hotels and retooled houses across the city's neighborhoods. More examples are on the way, including a building that [...]

Rockridge-style “market hall” could flower in Castro – San Francisco Business Times

The Castro could get a food emporium similar to Oakland’s Rockridge Market Hall under a revised plan that developer Forest City Enterprises has submitted to the San Francisco Planning Department. The proposed 88-unit project at 2175 Market St, which will replace a gas station on the corner of Market and 15th streets, calls for a [...]

The Official Line on the LineaSF

LineaSF Update Just as yours truly got a sneak peek at The Century SF this week, another new, triangular-shaped condo building, is also taking shape. Here's the latest from Linnea SF: Delivery of Linea homes is tentatively scheduled for late Jan/Early Feb 2014 according to our contact there. How To Get In First The best [...]

Kitchen Remodel as Progress … Or public health risk?

From this week's Sunday NYTimes: Many of the safety issues of yesterday’s kitchens are gone. No one in my family is likely to tumble into an open hearth. But new kitchens pose a more subtle danger to our health by doubling as a comfortable social, entertainment and eating hub. Retail marketers have long known that [...]