Monthly Archives: March 2014

See the Bay Area Real Estate Deals of the Year 2013 winners

Real Estate Dealmaker of the Year: Maria Ayerdi-Kaplan was recognized for her work on the Transbay Transit Center and the land deals related to the transportation project. Emily Fancher Senior Editor- San Francisco Business Times Email  |  Google+  |  Twitter … Continue reading

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Bay Area Real Estate Deals of the Year: Hotel, restaurant, R&D and retail …

Jamestown Properties bought the historic Ghirardelli Square at 900 North Point St. in San Francisco for $56 million and is remaking the retail and restaurants to appeal to locals and tourists alike. Tonight, we’ll unveil the winners of the Bay … Continue reading

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"For Rent:" Photographer Parodies San Francisco’s Ludicrous Rental Scene

Picture this: $5,000 for a 33-square-feet waterfront condo near the Civic Center. $7,350 for a “penthouse” planter on Market Street and $3,500 for a “basement” manhole all to yourself. If you are thinking these rents are too high, even by … Continue reading

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S.F. neighborhoods change names to map out new identity

San Francisco still may be only about 47 square miles, but that doesn’t mean the city’s neighborhoods aren’t growing. In numbers, anyway. Through the combined efforts of local real estate agents and residents eager to stake out their own patch … Continue reading

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Number of Bay Area homes with underwater mortgages tumbles

Negative equity — a key factor slowing the return of a healthy supply of homes for sale — is continuing to drop across the Bay Area, according to a report Thursday from online real estate service Zillow. But it’s still … Continue reading

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