Corcoran Global Living Market Tracker
Eileen Bermingham
415.823.4656
ebermingham@zephyrsf.com
CalBRE # 01352627
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Median Sales Price, last 180 days $1,070,000 $931,250 $1,571,500
% Change from prior 180 days +9.9% +5.9% +10.1%
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days 28 49 49
% Change from prior 180 days -21.6% -17.7% -0.0%
An Art Installation at Alcatraz
Beijing-based Ai Weiwei is internationally regarded for creating work that "defies the distinction between art and activism", and his highly anticipated art installation on Alcatraz opened last weekend to the public. Sponsored by the FOR-SITE foundation, the piece "@Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz" will be open through April 2015, and visiting the art is included as part of the National Park Service tour of Alcatraz at no extra charge.

The new installation @Large features a total of seven engaging pieces throughout the prison, including "Trace" - 176 portraits of prisoners of conscience from around the world crafted from legos, "Refraction" - a sculpture of metal found objects that brings to mind an enormous wing-like mobile, and "Stay Tuned" - a sound installation piece that occupies 12 cells typically not available for visitor observation. The pieces employ a range of media all set against the uniquely dramatic context of San Francisco's famous prison.

Extra wi-fi capabilities have been installed on the island in preparation for @Large, as it is critical to the artist that the pieces be shared on social media. Ai Weiwei hasn't been allowed to leave China since his passport was impounded in 2011, but through collaboration with Cheryl Haines of the FOR-SITE foundation (including visits to his Beijing studio with photos and plans of the prison as well as extra legos in hand) @Large looks like it's going to be well appreciated by locals and visitors alike.
Homes on Bernal Hill
This darling single family home in Bernal will charm you with its great location - close to all the restaurants, cafes and shops the neighborhood has to offer. The main level features soaring ceilings, hardwood floors and bay windows in the double parlor, dining room and living room. Upstairs is a light filled bedroom, and out back is the sun drenched garden. The lower level houses the second bedroom with en suite half bath and a private entry, rounding out this charming home. Offered at $899,000.

This 3 story home in Bernal is tucked away on a cul-de-sac very near Bernal Heights Park and just up from Cortland Avenue. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a 2 car garage mean plenty of room for everyone (and everything). And the home is quintessentially Bernal with it's charming street and extraordinary sweeping views to the south, west and east. Offered at $949,900.

Here we have an updated 2 bedroom, 2 bath single family home with period details and modern amenities throughout. The main level hosts a spacious formal living room with a fireplace, and an open kitchen with newly updated appliances. A large south-facing yard is out back with lush mature plant life and an existing shed that could be turned into a playroom or a personal yoga retreat. Wonderful location - just a block away from Holly Park. Offered at $1,095,000.
In This Issue
Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
An Art Installation at Alcatraz
Bernal Heights Film Festival Wrap-Up - See the Best
Homes on Bernal Hill
Bernal Heights Film Festival Wrap-Up - See the Best
If you're kicking yourself for missing the Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema Festival earlier in September, don't worry too hard: you have a chance to make it up! On Tuesday, October 7th the Bernal Heights Outdoor Cinema is closing out its 11th season by hosting a "best of Bernal" night to showcase this year's award winning films.

The event is free of charge (though donations are encouraged and appreciated). In addition to screening the winning films, a Q&A with the filmmakers and reception will follow. Doors open at 6:30 pm at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts and the show starts at 7pm. For a taste of the event to come you can read thoughts from some of the winning filmmakers, as well as see the "Best of Bernal" award-winning trailer for The Last Black Man in San Francisco.
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 • ebermingham@zephyrsf.com ZephyrRE.com