Our 2016 Market Report for Hayes Valley showcases trends, sales and data on luxury condos in this neighborhood. In this report, you will find market data about the specific buildings that make up the luxury condo offerings. We hope you find this information beneficial if you are considering selling or are interested in market performance for Hayes Valley in 2016.
Our 2016 Market Report for Mission Bay showcases trends, sales and data on luxury condos in this neighborhood. In this report, you will find market data about the specific buildings that make up the luxury condo offerings. We hope you find this information beneficial if you are considering selling or are interested in market performance in Mission Bay for 2016.
Our 2016 Market Report for South Beach and Yerba Buena showcases trends, sales and data on luxury condos in these neighborhoods. In this report, you will find market data about the specific buildings that make up the luxury condo offerings. We hope you find this information beneficial if you are considering selling or are interested in market performance in South Beach and Yerba Buena for 2016.
DETAILS Formerly called "South of the Slot" in reference to the cable cars that ran up and down Market Street, South of Market is a patchwork of warehouses, nightlife, art spaces, high-rise condo and apartment buildings, and technology companies. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Home to dozens of tech startups and multimedia companies, SoMa has a young, edgy vibe. Once an industrial area primarily zoned for commercial use, many of SoMa’s former warehouses and office spaces have been converted into luxury lofts, live-work spaces and apartments. WHAT TO EXPECT SoMa appeals to young professionals who enjoy the neighborhood’s vibe and its convenient proximity to downtown. On SoMa’s smaller side streets,
DETAILS South Beach, the area south of Market Street nearest the bay, is known for its sunny days, sweeping bay views, and convenient access to the Financial District and SoMa neighborhoods. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Once filled with warehouses, South Beach has been transformed over the last decade into a primarily residential neighborhood with modern apartments and luxury condos. The area has stellar water views, is convenient to the Financial District and SoMa neighborhoods, and is home to AT&T Park. WHAT TO EXPECT Recently, South Beach has become home to several of the city's tallest luxury condo buildings, re-establishing it again as one of San Francisco's most prestigious areas
DETAILS Sunny Mission Bay has been transformed into an ultra-modern city-within-a-city. When the University of California, San Francisco moved its research campus to Mission Bay, biotech and tech companies soon followed. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Mission Bay lies just across Mission Creek from the San Francisco Giants baseball stadium, with its lively foot traffic, clubs and cafes. Formerly a salt marsh and lagoon, this redeveloped neighborhood has blossomed into a lively mixed commercial area filled with bio-tech companies, hospitals, and high-rise luxury condominiums. As a gentle reminder of the area’s past, more than 20 colorfully painted houseboats are moored in Mission Creek. WHAT TO EXPECT With good access to
DETAILS Known for its good weather, hills, and stunning views, Potrero Hill is a very popular residential neighborhood. A unique enclave of Victorians, mixed with new development lofts and condominiums, Potrero Hill defies San Francisco stereotypes. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Hugging the curves of the city’s eastern hills, Potrero Hill residents like to think of their neighborhood as a “small village on a hill.” Many people choose to live in Potrero Hill for the sense of neighborhood, the everyone-knows-someone vibe. WHAT TO EXPECT Potrero Hill is especially appealing to young couples who work downtown. Every street seems to have a convenient corner market. Separated from the rest of the
DETAILS Highly coveted Russian Hill is known for beautiful historic homes and condo buildings, exquisite restaurants and boutiques, and breathtaking views. Criss-crossed by the iconic Hyde-Powell cable cars and home to Lombard Street’s crookedest section, Russian Hill is a favorite with tourists. THE NEIGHBORHOOD Boasting the highest altitude of any San Francisco neighborhood, Russian Hill offers breathtaking views of the city, East Bay, Alcatraz, Angel Island and Marin County. One of San Francisco’s original “seven hills,” Russian Hill contains some of the city’s steepest streets, with stairs built into many sidewalks for better walkability. WHAT TO EXPECT Russian Hill is difficult to access by car, due to
DETAILS Wedged between Mission Dolores and Potrero Hill, this sunny mixed residential and commercial neighborhood is where tech companies, artists, hipsters, and immigrants all peacefully coexist. THE NEIGHBORHOOD With its rich cultural background, amazing array of restaurants and bars, and arty vibe, it’s no wonder San Francisco’s Mission District landed a No. 2 ranking on Forbes magazine’s America’s Best Hipster Neighborhoods list. The city’s oldest neighborhood boasts hundreds of mom-and-pop eateries, thrift shops and galleries. Due to its Latino heritage, it also has the highest concentration of street murals in the city. WHAT TO EXPECT Access to public transportation is plentiful. Downtown workers can commute via multiple
DETAILS Hayes Valley is one of San Francisco's most eclectic neighborhoods, with some of the city's best boutique shopping, fine dining, and cultural venues. The area is close to tech shuttles and public transit, and it’s brimming with world-class culture. THE NEIGHBORHOOD A mixture of world-renowned cultural establishments, like the San Francisco Ballet, Opera, and Symphony, and lively, one-of-a-kind restaurants, Hayes Valley took off after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake damaged the Central Freeway, leading to removing the ramps at Franklin and Gough streets. A small park called Patricia’s Green took their place, now home to a playground, inventive sculptures, occasional food trucks, and an outdoor movie theater.