About Gabriel Rojas

Sales Associate Gabriel Rojas embodies the ideals that have established Climb as a paradigm of luxury and technological innovation. Persevering, ambitious, and an extraordinary listener, Gabriel stakes his success and reputation on his uncompromising attention to detail and his pioneering spirit. Gabriel Rojas grew up dividing his time between the countryside of The Finger Lakes in New York and the cutting edge lifestyle of New York City. His father, an accomplished fashion photographer, helped him to develop an extraordinary eye for detail which has been translated into his love for real estate, architecture, photography, and design. His father’s photo studio, located in the Meat Packing District, was a pioneering real estate play long before it became the hip and trendy destination it is now. While working in advertising sales as a Business Development Manager, Gabriel’s curiosity for real estate opportunities took flight in 2000 with an investment in what is now known as Harlem's Renaissance. Seeing potential value in an area that he knew was destined to succeed, his investment in a home would then become a profitable rental property when he decided to move to San Francisco. For buyers and investors, Gabriel brings the same opportunistic outlook to San Francisco real estate. Working as a leasing agent in The Mission District, he quickly learned the diverse neighborhoods, their unique character, and the kind of renters and buyers interested in becoming a part of them. “Like New York, San Francisco provides people with an exciting opportunity to buy in a world-class city that’s experiencing incredible growth, seeing amazing innovation, and future value.” If you're looking to buy in San Francisco, let Gabriel be your guide.

The SFMTA released its proposal for redesigning Sixth Street between Market Street and Howard Street, including renderings of the upgraded SOMA streetscape. Traffic lanes would be reduced from four to two, sidewalks would be widened (making room for more landscaping and seating), and green-painted bike lanes would be added. Intersections would get raised crosswalks, extra-wide […]

Photo of Mid-Market by Mike Kepka, The Chronicle

€œCivic innovators€ are coming up with new ideas for using idle buildings in San Francisco. Also called €œcivic hackers,€ they are socially-minded citizens who want to improve their city yet work outside of develpment firms and city planning departments. San Francisco’s Mid-Market area was a perfect target, with multiple vacant buildings lining the city’s main […]

Imagine enjoying the fireworks next year from your very own rooftop deck! 629 Chestnut St. #101 is a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo for sale in historic North Beach with a rare private roof deck. Summer is here and the weather has, so far, been exceptional; there are so many great ways to spend the Fourth of July and days […]

Plans are underway for a permanent home for the weekly Mission Community Market, a plaza on Bartlett Street between 21st and 22nd Streets in the Mission District. The plaza is intended to create a pedestrian-friendly space for farmers’ markets and community gatherings, with street lighting, environmentally-friendly rain gardens, flexible public seating and colorful art, while retaining driveway […]

Inner Mission condominium complexes have seen record-breaking sellouts this year, and competition is hot for new openings in previously under-developed sections of the neighborhood. Developers at the most recent addition to the Mission, 299 Valencia, anticipated high demand from day one, but couldn’t have guessed that they would sell 34 of the 36 units in […]

Exclusively represented by Sally Ann and Bill McInerney of Coldwell Banker.    2012 and the first few weeks of 2013 have been red hot in San Francisco real estate. New developments generally sell out quickly, and the 12 homes at 2020 Ellis Street are no exception: there’s only one left. For those interested in the […]