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A $3 Million Architectural Jewel Shines In San Francisco

OPEN HOMES PHOTOGRAPHY – Originally built in 1917, Cow Hollow Residence features a First Bay Region Tradition style. At nearly $3 million, this isn’t your typical treehouse—no crooked ladders, haphazard flooring or windowless walls here. But it was virtually built from scratch in San Francisco. Make that rebuilt. And it’s just as charming, cozy and harmonious with nature as a beloved childrens’ treehouse. OPEN HOMES PHOTOGRAPHY ...more

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Bay Area’s largest real-estate firm? It’s a New York startup | News | Palo Alto Online

Compass, the venture-funded real-estate startup that launched its first office in the local market just over two years ago, became the Bay Area’s largest residential brokerage firm this month after acquiring Peninsula powerhouse Alain Pinel Realtors for an undisclosed amount on March 9. The deal will nearly double Compass’ Bay Area headcount by bringing on board 1,300 agents from Alain Pinel, a company whose sales ...more

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With Tech IPOs Looming, Here Are 7 Sumptuous San Francisco Homes

To help the newly rich in their transition from apartment dwellers to masters of the universe, we’ve picked 7 San Francisco residences worthy of IPO dough. With Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and Pinterest each set to go public this year, thousands of San Franciscans are poised to be vested—and raking in tons of cash. And as if the city by the bay didn’t have enough housing problems, ...more

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With Tech IPOs Looming, Here Are 7 Sumptuous San Francisco Homes

With Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and Pinterest each set to go public this year, thousands of San Franciscans are poised to be vested—and raking in tons of cash. And as if the city by the bay didn’t have enough housing problems, these newly mega-rich tech employees are likely to be looking to upgrade their residences in a big way. While we know rich people don’t need much ...more

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With Tech IPOs Looming, Here Are 7 Sumptuous San Francisco Homes

To help the newly rich in their transition from apartment dwellers to masters of the universe, we’ve picked 7 San Francisco residences worthy of IPO dough. With Uber, Lyft, Airbnb, and Pinterest each set to go public this year, thousands of San Franciscans are poised to be vested—and raking in tons of cash. And as if the city by the bay didn’t have enough housing problems, ...more

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Why hasn’t the San Francisco mansion once owned by Nicolas Cage sold?

A San Francisco mansion with an arresting Tudor Revival facade continues to sit on the market without selling, despite a price reduction, a prime location with drop-dead views, and celebrity cache. Hollywood actor and house collector Nicolas Cage famously owned the home on the corner of Francisco and Hyde streets for a brief spell in the 2000s. Originally listed in 2017 for $12 million — ...more

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Upcoming Tech IPOs Could Reignite the San Francisco Market

If Uber, Airbnb, Pinterest and Slack join Lyft in going public this year—as is expected—Bay Area buyers could see a significant increase in competition ALEX ZYUZIKOV/GETTY IMAGES The real estate market in the San Francisco Bay Area could be headed for a renaissance this year with an abundance of high-valued IPOs on the horizon, according to a report Friday from Compass. Lyft kicked off its ...more

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Lower Pac Heights Victorian asks $5.2M

Comes with views of Cottage Row Photos by Stephen Dewey, courtesy of Ted Bartlett and Tina Bartlett Hinckley of Compass Located one block away from the boutiques of tony Fillmore Street, this extensively remodeled Lower Pacific Heights abode, located at 2115 Bush, woos passersby with its iron-fenced garden with boxwood hedges, brick walk way, and Victorian facade, all of which are illuminated come nightfall by starlight globe lighting dangling from a ...more

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Sponsored – Luxury developer creates ‘virtual oasis in the heart of the city’

  Troon Pacific wants to make a statement, so the luxury developer created something awe-inspiring, sustainable and welcoming on Russian Hill. The result is 950 Lombard St., a one-of-a kind residence boasting five bedrooms, a guest cottage, a subterranean art gallery, seemingly endless views and a cantilevered infinity edge pool crowning Russian Hill. “A home like Residence 950 is an impossible find in San Francisco, a ...more

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Take a look at San Francisco’s most expensive listing

The $45M Russian Hill estate overlooks the city’s most famous landmarks and views Sitting atop San Francisco’s Russian Hill, San Francisco’s most expensive listing is the best of both worlds — it’s a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of the Financial District, and offers pristine views of the city’s most famous landmarks such as Alcatraz, Angel Island and the Bay Bridge. Yet its eco-friendly ...more

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