Kevin+Jonathan’s Blog Posts re SF Real Estate

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,…

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December 24, 2014 SF News, SF Urban Planning

SF Now Has More Than 50,000 Units in the Housing Pipeline – The Numbers – Curbed SF

San Francisco’s housing pipeline is composed of unbuilt housing in every stage of approvals, and according to SF Planning’s latest Quarter 3…

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Kilroy commits to new $80 million S.F. Flower Mart for vendors, but opposition persists – San Francisco Business Times

Kilroy Realty Corp. ended its silence about Flower Mart plans Wednesday by promising a new underground market for vendors, who likely won’t…

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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!

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New Map Shows How Expensive It Is To Rent An Apartment Near BART — SFist

this represents a picture of what’s called “transit-oriented housing,” and a snapshot of overall median rental prices, via a survey of 17,000…

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Plans for rising Mid-Market threaten to create aesthetic tangle – SFGate

It’s a sign of progress for San Francisco’s Market Street that a half-dozen developers want to build housing and hotels on the…

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November 7, 2014 Buy Later, SF Urban Planning

Updated: 40 Notable Developments Now Under Construction – Curbed Maps – Curbed SF

As the number of cranes dotting San Francisco’s skyline continues to grow, so too does the need to update our trusty map…

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From Baptists to Buyers: Baptist church turned single-family mansion in NoPa for $5.875 million – On The Block

When the Victorian on the corner of Broderick and Grove streets was built in 1886, it was one of the largest in…

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Judge tosses S.F. law meant to shield evicted tenants – SFGate

The ordinance “seeks to force the property owner to pay for a broad public problem not of the owner’s making,” said Breyer,…

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‘Super pop-up’ food hall feeds into plans for S.F.’s Mid-Market – SFGate

Take a look at the plans for just one side of one block of Market Street: [In] the vicinity of Golden Gate…

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Are We in an Affordability Crisis or a Housing Bubble? | SPUR

No one in San Francisco is arguing about whether real estate is expensive. There is, however, some debate about how to characterize…

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San Francisco house prices: Bubble? What bubble? – San Francisco Business Times

“Are we in a housing bubble? No,” said Tim Cornwell, a principal with The Concord Group, real estate advisors who work for…

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