Real Estate Update for San Francisco Homebuyers and Sellers
courtesy of:
Eileen Bermingham
DRE# 01352627
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Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
7 Best Neighborhoods in the City
Brannan Street Wharf Plans
Construction Update: 1255-1275 Columbus
San Francisco Market Overview 
  Single Family Homes Condos/TICs/Lofts 2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days
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7 Best Neighborhoods in the City 

7X7 Magazine recently ranked the Best 7 'Hoods in San Francisco. Here are the results:

Best For Families: OUTER SUNSET. 30% of the homes have kids, several high-ranked public schools, the ocean, parks, golf and the zoo.

Best Transit: DOWNTOWN/SOMA. Market Street corridor, BART, six MUNI lines, countless bus lines.

Best Restaurant Scene: THE MISSION. 84 Zagat-rated restaurants.

Most House for the Money: NORTH PANHANDLE (a.k.a. NOPA). Average $243 per square foot, $635K median sales price.

Safest: THE PRESIDIO. 19 crimes per half-mile radius.

Most Walkable: LOWER PACIFIC HEIGHTS. The strip of Fillmore from Sacramento to Eddy has just about everything you could need within a few blocks. Dining, shopping, live music, parks, and even a good hospital (CPMC).

Most Luxurious: SEA CLIFF. Oceanfront property and a median sales price of $2.4 Million says it all.

More Notable Numbers:
Youngest Denizens: THE MISSION. Average age is 34.
Oldest Denizens: CHINATOWN. Average age is 48.
Most singles: CASTRO. 66% Single (followed by Marina with 62%).

NOTE: Information was presented by 7x7 Magazine and gathered from, Craigslist, City and County of San Francisco, Crime Mapping, Golden Gate Mothers Group, Great Schools, Trulia, Yelp, the US Census Bureau, Zagat and Zillow.
Brannan Street Wharf Plans 
Anyone who has walked past Pier 36 has noticed the horrific grey building on the dilapidated pier. That will change soon, but not as soon as originally anticipated.

Details for the future plans:
• 26,000 square-foot lawn area
• Tables, chairs, and "shade structures"
• Space for rotating public art installations
• 2,000 square-foot floating dock for small boats

The floating dock will be for "human powered" crafts, such as kayaks, row boats, paddles boats, etc.

The project is estimated to cost $25 Million, will take 21 months to complete, and be at least partially federally funded.
Construction Update: 1255-1275 Columbus 
1255-1275 Columbus is currently a 15,852 square-foot office building that's not-so-easy on the eyes. Future plans include creation of a mixed-use building with 6,215 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, 20 residential units, and 20 parking spaces.

The project will require several variances:
• A variance for the parking spaces
• A variance for the commercial space
• A variance for the small rear yard

While this would replace an eyesore on Columbus, it would also create more traffic in the Columbus-Leavenworth-North Point intersection. More traffic in North Beach…is that even possible?
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 •
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