Zephyr Market Tracker
Eileen Bermingham
415.823.4656
ebermingham@zephyrsf.com
CalBRE # 01352627
Most Recent Sales
citywide in the last 21 days
Address Type BR/BA/Units Park DOM List Price Sold Price
192 Laidley Condo 1BR / 1BA 0 117 $522,500 $516,000
101 Lombard St #30 Condo 1BR / 1BA 1 32 $670,000 $670,000
1982 Hayes Condo 2BR / 1BA 0 52 $799,000 $815,000
1330 Stevenson St #C301 Condo 2BR / 1BA 1 5 $550,000 $628,000
825 La Playa St #227 Condo 1BR / 1BA 1 35 $429,000 $450,000
1473 Revere Ave SFR 3BR / 3BA 0 33 $489,000 $600,000
278 Upper Terrace SFR 3BR / 3BA 0 6 $1,749,000 $1,975,000
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San Francisco Market Overview
Single
Family Home
Condos/
TICs/Lofts
2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days $975,750 $900,000 $1,430,000
% Change from prior 180 days +6.6% +9.1% +4.5%
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days 35 50 50
% Change from prior 180 days +5.9% +4.2% +14.1%
Mission Creek Catches Attention in
the New York Times
Mission Creek, a hip new sub-neighborhood in the northeast chunk of the Mission, was recently touted in the New York Times as a neighborhood staying true to its roots: a place where people make things. From chocolates to ceramics, artisans abound who create, display and sell their wares.

According to the NYT, the best example is the Local Mission Market, which prepares in-house and from scratch every baguette, sausage, pasta, olive, mustard and pickle it sells. Also noted: Central Kitchen, a pizzeria known for its house-made pastas; Salumeria, for its pork fennel sausage; Aesthetic Union for its letterpress studio; Charles Chocolates, which offers tours and tastings; Heath Ceramics for its tiles and artist’s gallery; and Trick Dog for its carefully crafted cocktails. The highly-praised Tartine Bakery will be joining the Mission artisans in its second location next year as part of the Heath Ceramics showroom at 18th and Alabama.

The Mission is truly a destination neighborhood.
Vida Has Arrived in the Mission
Vida, 2540 Mission Street, is now selling. The grand opening, held earlier this month, presented the 114 condominiums that epitomize the heart and culture of the Mission. One- and two-bedroom units are available in the seven-story structure which includes a roof deck with plenty of space for entertaining as well as spectacular views. And, of course, the abundance of shopping, dining and entertaining options make the Mission a great place to live.

More information and an opportunity to register for updates are available at the website, or you can contact me to take a look.
In This Issue
Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
Mission Creek Catches Attention in
the New York Times
It’s Spring in San Francisco; Get Outside!
Vida Has Arrived in the Mission
It’s Spring in San Francisco; Get Outside!
Warmer weather is here, and the call to enjoy our fair city is strong. Here’s a list, prepared by the Best of SFist, of several notable outdoor venues that can transport you to a different world right in the middle of urban density. First on the list is Baker Beach, one of the Bay Area’s nicest beaches, with its view and proximity to the Golden Gate. The list also includes South Park, one of the oldest parks in the City, dating back to 1854. South Park was also a setting in the films Rent and Blue Jasmine.

Several other note-worthy spots are listed along with highlights – and caveats. There is so much to see and do, and it’s all right in our backyard.
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 • ebermingham@zephyrsf.com ZephyrSF.com