Category Archives: San Francisco Businesses

South of Market: San Francisco’s High Rise Hot Spot 

Many of my clients have been asking me, ‘what’s the deal with the SoMa?‘ A burgeoning neighborhood just off the Bay Bridge, “South of Market” has peaked the interest of the masses and is quickly shooting to the top of every buyers list. So whether you are a 1st time home buyer, investor, or a curious local, sit back and hear what I’ve been telling my clients about San Francisco’s latest hot spot.
From Industrial Warehouses to Silicon Valley Getaways
Back in the nineties the SoMa was your typical industrial …

5 City Real Estate Opportunities No Investor Should Ignore

Real Estate markets in cities across the United States have had a rocky few years. The combination of downtown overbuilding and the economic recession was a one-two punch that drove property values down and increased uncertainty in the major cities. As we head into the dog days of summer, there are strong signs that many cities have started to emerge from their dog markets and present a viable, and in many cases a very strong, investment opportunity.
There are industry-wide influences, of course. Prices are at very reasonable levels in most …

Urban Luxury on Brannan Street!

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Today we’re traveling over to Brannan street to explore a 9 story mixed use residential luxury condominium building, 200 Brannan. This lavish San Francisco building of beauty, completed in December of 2004, was designed by MBH architects and built by Lennar Corp, it went on to be a 2006 Gold Nugget award finalist for the best loft project. It holds much sophistication in addition to a collection of 191 loft style condominiums which were created by combining existing concrete warehouses, an old century salami factory, and several new pieces …

Ghirardelli: San Francisco Squares!

San Francisco is racked with many glorious neighborhoods that hold historical significance. There are four squares in the city of San Francisco that each possess their own character, style, and story. Those squares are Union Square, Jackson Square, Alamo Square, and Ghirardelli Square. Today we’ll be traveling over to Ghirardelli Square and divulging portions of its past as well as getting in touch with its present state! (photo via
Ghirardelli Square, located in the Fisherman’s wharf area of San Francisco (900 N. Point St. Sf, Ca 94109), is today a …

SF Beat: Clay St Condos, Empanadas on Valencia & More!

Today we’re taking a look around San Francisco, touring various locations in different sections of the city in order to view what’s new, what’s old, and what’s all around fabulous.

Our first stop is Nob Hill. Here we are visiting a small but elegant five story, eleven unit residential condominium building that at this time has two available units. 1083 Clay street, designed by Donald Macdonald Architects, is currently the highest wood frame building in San Francisco. It features an exterior finished in Stucco, two top floors with panoramic views, curved …

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San Francisco Condo Loft Talk!

Here at CondoDomain’s San Francisco Condo Loft Blog, we pride ourselves on raising the bar and setting new trends. With that being said I’ve created a new post idea which is not just for CondoDomain SF urban home seekers, but also for already established SF urban living residents. May I present: CondoDomain’s SF Condo Loft Talk. Condo Loft talk will disclose places to go and things to know around San Francisco. I’d go on in the detailing of what to expect but I’d much rather show you. Below you can get …

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