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  • Women’s March 2019: San Francisco street closures, route, and time January 19, 2019
    Everything you need to know about the march on Saturday After the success of the 2017 Women’s March—prompted by the inauguration of President Donald Trump, the effort saw millions of people gathering to support women’s rights—organizers have announced a series of events set to take place on Saturday, January 19. One of those events will […]
  • PG&E’s SF headquarters may be worth $1 billion January 18, 2019
    Bankrupt utility may sell longtime HQ to cover fire debts Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has been based in San Francisco since 1905, and its predecessor San Francisco Gas Company put down roots in the SF in 1852. But nothing is too precious to part with when the company finds itself teetering on bankruptcy […]
  • Tudor in San Francisco’s smallest neighborhood cuts asking price January 18, 2019
    Comes with period details and a handful of decks After more than six months on the market, the grand home in the city’s tiniest neighborhood sliced $400,000 off its asking price. According to SFGate, “the price point was out of reach for many of the interested buyers.” It’s now seeking $3,295,000. Measuring two by three […]
  • ‘Virtual light sculptures’ to debut at Marin Headlands January 18, 2019
    Artist’s chance encounter with old Army batteries births something arresting Starting Sunday, the Headlands Center For the Arts in Sausalito will host a new “augmented reality” and “virtual light sculpture” installation by India-based artist Vishal K. Dar. What in the world does that mean? According to the announcement, “Visitors to the exhibition will pick up […]

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  • San Jose predicted to be nation's hottest market again in 2019 January 19, 2019
    Is San Jose on deck to be the hottest real estate market in 2019? If so, it would be the second year in a row the South Bay neighborhood takes that title. But not all signs point to "yes."
  • Price Point: $2.499 million in Belmont January 18, 2019
    Introduced by a private front courtyard with terraced gardens, this freshly renovated home enjoys luxury finishes, a flowing floor plan and owner’s suites on both levels. White Shaker cabinetry pairs with quartz counters and stainless steel appliances in a chef’s kitchen that’s brightened by a skylight and anchored by a stone-topped breakfast bar. A formal […]
  • Price Point: $2.395 million in Berkeley January 18, 2019
    Resting atop a bluff on a secluded cul-de-sac, this Mediterranean modern pairs grand proportions with panoramic views. The floor plan revolves around an interior courtyard that’s warmed by an outdoor fireplace and soothed by a soaking tub. Views stretching from Alameda to San Pablo Bay capture glimpses of four bridges, and the formal dining room […]
  • Hot Property: Original redwood details abound within Berkeley Craftsman January 18, 2019
    Professional photographers routinely use wide-angle lenses when shooting a home’s interior for marketing purposes. The resulting perspective visually widens a room, but that technique wasn’t necessary in the owner’s suite at 1409 Bonita Ave. in Berkeley, because the expansive room requires no embellishment. “That bedroom upstairs is enormous,” said Jeanne Lengsfelder of Red Oak Realty, […]

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