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
Don't Forget to Vote!
Something New in Up-and-Coming Mission Bay
Sun's Here! Time for Sunday Streets
San Francisco Market Overview 
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Don't Forget to Vote! 

There’s still time to vote on Zephyr’s next calendar theme! Since 1993, Zephyr has produced an annual calendar that reaches nearly 10,000 homes. Alongside full color illustrations of some of the most striking properties we’ve been privileged to represent, a San Francisco-centric theme is highlighted each year. We have covered everything from world-famous authors with S.F. roots to foods invented and films shot in the city.

This year, we are putting the theme to a vote and there are some great ones to choose from. Visit our Facebook page to let us know what you’d like to see in 2012!
Something New in Up-and-Coming Mission Bay 
Condo buyers craving new construction would do well to keep tabs on the progress of The Madrone. Located in up-and-coming Mission Bay, the 205-unit tower is the only large San Francisco condo project under construction.

Originally planned as phase 2 to the 99-unit Radiance at Mission Bay, the project was halted by economic doldrums, leaving a major time gap between construction of the entire 496-unit complex. Thus the sales team at Bosa Development has given this new project a fresh name, and is aiming to start sales in mid-summer.

There is currently an enormous amount of interest in the development of Mission Bay, one of San Francisco’s newest neighborhoods. Once the city’s industrial hub -- home to little more than shipping yards, warehouses and factories -- it has become something of a hotspot with savvy investors as the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay and a number of biotech firms have set up shop. Salesforce is also in the midst of building out their 2 million square foot campus, and the T-Third Muni line has made the area more accessible than ever.

Keep an eye on this one!
Sun's Here! Time for Sunday Streets 
Sunday Streets has become a huge hit here in San Francisco, attracting more than 20,000 participants last year. During these free events, sections of roadway in high density neighborhoods are closed off to cars, allowing people of all ages a chance to bike, scoot, skate, hula hoop, juggle, or simply stroll the streets with abandon.

The season’s first event took place along the picturesque Embarcadero last month, but of course there are still many opportunities to get out and take advantage of all the fun this year. Mark your calendars!

Sunday Streets 2011 Season Schedule (subject to change)
All events are scheduled from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.:

April 10: Great Highway and Golden Gate Park
May 8: Mission route, including the popular route along 24th and Valencia Streets
June 12: Bayview route, 3rd Street from Mission Bay, Dogpatch to the Bayview Opera House
July 10: Great Highway route #2
August 14: Civic Center/Tenderloin route
September 11: Western Addition route, including North of Panhandle, Alamo Square and Fillmore and Japantown neighborhoods
October 23: Mission route #2
Eileen Bermingham • 415.823.4656 • ebermingham@zephyrsf.com
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