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Pacific Union named to San Francisco Business Times Top Private Companies List

100 Bay Area Private Companies Ranked by Fiscal year 2016 companywide revenue Locally Researched by: Julia Cooper, San Francisco Business Times Jun 30, 2017, 3:00am PDT We rank Bay Area private companies by companywide revenue in fiscal year 2016. All together, the top 100 generated $93 billion in revenue combined. Read on San Francisco Business Times

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Striking elegance awaits in Woodside

Striking elegance awaits in Woodside Twice a week, The Chronicle features a home on the market that caught our eye for its architecture, history or character. More photos: www.sfgate.com/columns/walkthrough Address: 481 W. Maple Way, Woodside Asking price: $5.395 million Description: Crisp lines, soaring ceilings, sweeping vistas and sunny spaces define this new construction in Woodside. Sited on more than an acre, it includes an expansive main home beside a ...more

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Landmark Filbert Cottage listed after dramatic renovation

Landmark Filbert Cottage asks $4.49 million Historic 110-year old Russian Hill home under goes dramatic renovation The four simple Russian Hill homes known as the Filbert Cottages pull an awful lot of water with San Francisco preservationists despite their humble origins. As Noe Hill notes in its landmark profile of the structures, “They were built just after the 1906 earthquake, [when] the high demand for housing ...more

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Nina Hatvany’s RussianHill Cottage Leads CA Home & Design

First Look: Chic Earthquake Cottage on Russian Hill, $4.5M Where: 1338 Filbert Street, Unit D, Russian Hill Asking: $4,499,000 What: Earthquake Cottages, the sturdy little redwood structures that sprouted up all over San Francisco as emergency housing after the 1906 earthquake and fire, are much admired as a symbol of the town’s legendary grit. Most are gone; the remaining ones are landmarked, and now this unique quartet, long ...more

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Jean Pral’s 1971 Charles Moore Seaside Gem Featured in Curbed

5 Bay Area beach houses to keep you cool all summer Surf and home turf Photos via Pacific Union 37711 Breaker Reach Road – Sea Ranch A 1971 Charles Moore gem, featured in the New York Times and Dwell Magazine, comes in a three beds, four and a half baths, and 2,442 square feet. Multiple levels, wood accents, angles, and steel beams highlight this home. Asking is $2,875,000.

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Selma Hepp Leads Home Values Story for Silicon Beat

Here are 10 Bay Area ZIP codes where home values went down last month You’ve probably been reading about the latest round of record home prices in the Bay Area. A report issued last week by the CoreLogic real estate information service showed that single-family homes in the nine-county region reached yet another all-time peak in May: $818,000, up 8.9 percent from a year earlier. ...more

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Selma Hepp Weighs in On Bay Area Home Prices for Mercury News

Bay Area home prices vault to all-time high But sales remained subpar, reflecting low housing supply There they go again: Bay Area home prices soared in May to a record high for the second straight month, as springtime buyers hit the streets. Motivated buyers drove up home prices to ‘wacky’ levels in an eBay-like auction on the Peninsula, while home sellers in gentrifying neighborhoods around ...more

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Transbay Transit Center: Everything you need to know about it

Transbay Transit Center: Everything you need to know about it Towering terminus humanizes neighborhood skyline by giving San Franciscans a rooftop park and event space While the South Beach and Yerba Buena neighborhoods have grown up (and up, and up) over recent years, the new Transbay Transit Center—would-be crown jewel of the neighborhood and linchpin of a transportation network that will, should all go according to plan, one day stretch ...more

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Richard Dorman-designed post-and-beam featured as LA Times Home of the Day

Richard Dorman-designed post-and-beam comes full circle in Sherman Oaks Originally designed by architect Richard Dorman, this Midcentury home in the Sherman Oaks Estates neighborhood has a new lease on life thanks to a recent restoration by artist Chris Salay. Vintage tongue-and-groove ceilings and Terrazzo floors blend with such updates as new cabinetry and fixtures in the bathrooms and kitchen. Walls of glass and windows take ...more

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