The New Mansions of Noe Valley: Part I

  For many San Franciscans, talk of the city’s mansions conjures images of the so-called “Prestige North” — the trophy properties of Pacific Heights, Presidio Heights and Sea Cliff which are historically the most expensive single-family homes San Francisco has to offer. Indeed, when 2701 Broadway sold earlier this year for $31M it became the highest priced sale of the year. Nonetheless, there’s been a remarkable shift in the number of multi-million dollar home sales in recent years to the

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Updated: New Condo Developments in San Francisco

        For more information on any of the new condominium developments now selling or under construction, please contact me. Are you getting my monthly San Francisco newsletter? You can subscribe here.   Meredith Martin is a Broker Associate at Paragon Real Estate Group and can be reached at Meredith@OpeningDoors.me

New Condo Developments in San Francisco

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  Yesterday evening I had the pleasure to attending “Cranes of SoMa” — a panel discussion of new residential developments in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood. No other area of the city is seeing as much construction as is happening here–Approximately 60% of the city’s new construction is happening in District 6 which includes the Tenderloin, South of Market, Mid-Market/Civic Center, South Beach, Mission Bay and Rincon Hill. Fact:┬áNever has there been so much construction at one time in

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Pacific Heights New Construction

Pacific Heights may not be the first San Francisco neighborhood that comes to mind when you think of new condominium developments. Of the 8,028 new housing units filed with the city’s Planning Department in 2014, only a small fraction are slated for the tony enclave of grand mansions and architectural masterpieces. So when new inventory hits the market here, you can bet it’s going to sell quick! Since the release of its first phase of luxury residences just two months

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Living Large in Micro-Housing

A trend is spreading across the country, less square footage is more living. As a raging housing market battles for competitive square foot prices, behind the front-lines, a transition targeting quality of life supplied by ease and simplicity stands. San Francisco, Fort Worth and New York City are carrying a new American lifestyle, living large in micro-housing. Tiny house architects and dwellers alike are prioritizing freedom from tiresome property management, favoring an affordable lifestyle choice. The micro-housing movement is a

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