Real Estate Update for San Francisco Homebuyers and Sellers
courtesy of:
Luba Muzichenko
DRE# 01768716
415.307.1392
luba@zephyrsf.com
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Most Recent Sales
San Francisco Market Overview
Dare to Compare: Marina vs Mission
More MOMA, Please
Mission Playground
San Francisco Market Overview 
  Single Family Homes Condos/TICs/Lofts 2-4 Units
Median Sales Price, last 180 days
% Change from prior 180 days
Avg. Days on Market, last 180 days
% Change from prior 180 days
$701,500.00
-8.90%
62.9385
+13.32%
$645,000.00
-1.45%
89.2458
+22.53%
$1,015,000.00
-6.71%
82.9372
+1.32%
Dare to Compare: Marina vs Mission 

In the coming weeks, we'll be lining up two neighborhoods in different parts of town to see how property prices compare. We're starting off with two neighborhoods with a long-standing friendly rivalry: Marina vs. the Mission.

One-Bedroom Condos
• Marina: 3208 Pierce #203. Light filled, built in 2007, stainless steel kitchen, 1 car parking. List price: $685,000
• Mission: 135 Valencia St #A. Top floor unit, washer/dryer in unit, walking distance to BART, 1-car parking. List price: $399,000.

Two+ Bedroom Condos
• Marina: 45 Cervantes. 3BR, 1,460± sq. ft., deeded storage, 2-car parking. List price: $1,050,000
• Mission: 602 Capp St. 2BR, 2-level Victorian condo, deeded covered porch, 2-car parking + storage. List price: $679,000

Single Family Homes
• Marina: 212 Avila St. 2BR renovated home with indoor/outdoor living space, 6 skylights, 2-car garage. List price: $1,998,000
• Mission: 713 York St. 2BR w/bonus bed & bath downstairs, high ceilings, hardwood floors, 2-car parking. List price: $829,000
More MOMA, Please 
Expansion plans for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SF MOMA) continue to progress. The environmental impact study is set to be filed by the end of April, which is exactly on schedule.

The expansion calls for a new wing on Howard Street that will connect with the existing 1995 structure. The museum has yet to show the entire design to the public, but has revealed that Snohetta, an architectural firm based in Oslo and New York, will be driving the project. They intend to reveal the full plans in late May or early June.

In order to complete the Howard Street expansion, SF MOMA agreed to build a new fire station at 935 Folsom. They can then tear down the existing station on Howard Street, which currently prevents the expansion from connecting to the existing SF MOMA.

When could all this be finished? Well, great art takes time. The summer of 2016 is the target for opening the new SF MOMA expansion. A long wait, but if the building design equals the original design by Mario Botta, the building alone will be a piece of art.
Mission Playground 
Currently a concrete "field" and basketball court, the Mission playground at 19th and Valencia has long been the home to some great pickup soccer games. The City Fields Foundation targeted the site years ago to be one of the parks to receive synthetic turf. Construction is set to begin in the next several months. Once complete, games will finally be played on a suitable surface.

Sounds great, but it gets even better. Earlier this week, the United States Soccer Foundation provided a $25,000 grant for the purchase and installation of lights at the newly turfed Mission Playground. The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department unanimously approved this grant.

New field, new lights…game on in the Mission!
Luba Muzichenko • 415.307.1392 • luba@zephyrsf.comwww.LubaSF.com
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