Monthly Archives: September 2014

S.F. inventor hopes to dress for success with 1-piece suit

Local developer Jesse Herzog has solved a problem most of us didn’t know we had. It’s kind of a trend with him. Simply put, Herzog has created an alternative to the tired old hoodie-and-jeans look that permeates the lofts and … Continue reading

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Major condo projects to help fill need for housing in S.F.

A condo construction comeback is shaping up in San Francisco. For the past two years, apartments have dominated San Francisco’s growing skyline, with more than 90 percent of the units in new towers being for rent rather than for sale. … Continue reading

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Neighbors feeling squeezed by work on Mark Zuckerberg’s S.F. home

Welcome to Fort Zuckerberg — the $10 million Dolores Heights “fixer-upper” that Mark Zuckerberg and his wife have turned into a massive construction encampment that has some neighbors feeling under siege by the Facebook founder. Their problem goes beyond the … Continue reading

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Billionaire surfaces with San Francisco rentals

SAN FRANCISCO — The apartments at City Square in Cupertino, Calif., feature an on-site gym and private decks that overlook the property’s amphitheater, Olympic pool and spa. The gray, five-story luxury building, where a second-floor two-bedroom apartment was recently listed … Continue reading

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Prometheus Billionaire Emerges With San Francisco Rentals

The apartments at City Square in Cupertino, California, feature an on-site gym and private decks that overlook the property’s amphitheater, Olympic pool and spa. The gray, five-story luxury building, where a second-floor two-bedroom apartment was recently listed for $3,293 a … Continue reading

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