The Valencia Effect: Are there too many restaurants on the Mission’s hottest street? – San Francisco Business Times

It seemed like the deck was stacked in favor of Abbot's Cellar, the upscale restaurant sequel to Monk's Kettle from Nat Cutler, Christian Albertson and chef Adam Dulye that opened two years ago in San Francisco's Mission district. It combined the booming popularity of craft beer with a menu that was praised by critics and [...]

Who Knew? The Hottest Home Market in the US Is the Sunset – The Numbers – Curbed SF

San Francisco is home to the three most competitive neighborhoods for homebuyers in the United States, according to new research from real estate website Redfin. The Sunset District is the most competitive neighborhood in the country, based on measures like average number of offers, the percentage of homes that sold above asking, and the percentage [...]

What Was the Best New Building Project of 2014? – Year in Curbed – Curbed SF

Welcome to Year in Curbed, wherein we close out 2014 by asking local design, real estate, and media luminaries to reflect on the highlights and lowlights of a year's worth of development in San Francisco via What Was the Best New Building Project of 2014? - Year in Curbed - Curbed SF.

Who Knew? The Hottest Home Market in the US Is the Sunset – The Numbers – Curbed SF

San Francisco is home to the three most competitive neighborhoods for homebuyers in the United States, according to new research from real estate website Redfin. The Sunset District is the most competitive neighborhood in the country, based on measures like average number of offers, the percentage of homes that sold above asking, and the percentage [...]

Happenings and Highlights from SF Real Estate, December 14, 2014

Time for your real estate update for the week. See how changes at SF Planning & Building could speed up new construction and which modest Ingleside house sold for $935,000 — some 144% of asking price. Be sure to check out this week’s In the Know with Kevin Ho and Jonathan McNarry of Vanguard Properties. Read On!

SF Flippers Make More Money Than Flippers Everywhere Else – Flipping Out – Curbed SF

San Francisco flippers made an average gross profit of $344,111 per flip in the third quarter of this year, a number that is the highest in the nation, according to new research from property website RealtyTrac. (This means that the average flip profit alone is enough to cover the cost of an entire four-bedroom in, [...]