Upper Market Office
4200 17th Street
San Francisco, CA 94114
Sellers may let out a sigh of relief when they’ve accepted an offer but sometimes the agent will recommend that open houses continue. When can you know if that is necessary?
If you're a fan of Humphry Slocombe's ice cream or Flour + Water's Italian food, then you will cheer the news that both owners have projects planned for the large pink building on 20th Street between Florida & Alabama. Parlour by Humphrey Slocombe will be a bakery and cafe, and the Flour + Water owners are planning a restaurant known as Central Kitchen. Living a block away, I can hardly wait until they open!
Ask your mother what the interest rate was when she bought her first home. For that matter, ask your grandmother. Chances are they were the same as they are now, more than 50 years later. Seldom is there a perfect storm of cheap money, plenty of homes to choose from, and motivated sellers as there is now.
Yep, Bi-Rite, that amazing family-owned and operated market on 18th St in the Mission that sells local, organic and sustainable fruits, veggies, meats, and fish, will soon come to NOPA (according to SF Chron, construction begins 2011). The new market will be located at 736 Divisadero, a block from Alamo Square. NOPA, the up and coming hot neighborhood is getting so cool. First, a parklet, then Bi-Rite. What will be next?
After making several reservations and having to cancel twice, once due to illness and another time for a family emergency, my friends and I finally made it to this neighborhood restaurant.
Gracias Madre, on Mission at 18th Street, is a vegan Mexican food restaurant not just for vegetarians. There's something for everyone: enchiladas, tamales, tacos, tostadas, all with a surprising twist. The food is seasonal and locally grown. It's amazing how they can make cashews taste like sour cream! The service was casual but accommodating. Give it a try, I don't think you'll be disappointed!
Massive and complex, the plan to redevelop 770 acres in San Francisco's southeast area is moving forward at a rapid pace. SF Bay Guardian
The city's largest residential taxpayer is trying to offload 3 expensive properties in the northern end of the city. John Sperling paid a total of $61.5mm for 3 properties in the early part of this decade, and hopes to sell them for a total of $103.3mm. One of the homes is this year's Designer Showcase. 3 Big-Ticket Properties
Double parking along Dolores Street on Sundays has always been "allowed," although this is denied by the SF Police and parking and traffic departments. Drivers who have taken advantage of this beware, this article could put an end to the practice: Parking Leeway for Churchgoers