Climb Real Estate sold properties at several buildings in the Bay Area in the last week, including a 2-unit building in the Inner Mission, a house in Potrero Hill, and condos in Rincon Hill, Mission Bay, Van Ness/Civic Center, and South San Francisco. Here’s the full list of sold properties plus nearby properties that are currently for sale.
The biggest sale of the last week is a show-stopping 2-unit building at 1034-1036 Treat Avenue in the Inner Mission, sold for $3,250,000 by Dawn Ross. 1034 Treat Avenue offers 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths, with approximately 1,496 sq. ft.; 1036 Treat Avenue offers 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms with approximately 1,872 sq. ft. (per architect). The entire building was remodeled this year to create bright, open floor plans with spacious bedrooms, modern bathrooms, gourmet kitchens, and a rear garden with both private and shared spaces. The units were also available for sale separately as individual TICs, priced at $1.395M and $1.595M, and the building sold for $290,000 over the list price.
The tree-lined block in the Inner Mission is just steps from restaurants like Flour and Water, Blowfish Sushi, Atlas Cafe, and Local Mission Eatery. The original Philz Coffee, Local Mission Market, Sidewalk Juice, and new city park/playground are around the corner. Conveniences such as the Potrero Hill Safeway and Valencia Whole Foods are just minutes away. There is easy access to tech shuttles to the Peninsula, main bus routes, 24th Street BART Station, Interstate 280, and downtown. Two new development buildings are nearby; Vida at 2558 Mission is 25% sold (listed by Polaris Pacific) and 1050 Valencia is struggling its way through the planning process.
For sale in the Inner Mission:
Lisa Lyons and Dirk Kinley sold 721 De Haro Street, an incredible 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom single-family home in Potrero Hill. Michael Minson and Danielle Lazier represented the buyer. With an original list price of $1,349,000 and a final sale price of $1,670,000, 721 De Haro Street features an expansive and open living/dining/kitchen with bay and city views. Double-height ceilings, exposed timber, and walls of windows give the home a loft-like feel, and a spacious master suite on the upper level includes an office area. The lower level features a bedroom that leads to the lush garden with a secluded sitting area and a bonus media room.
721 De Haro Street is conveniently located on the north slope of Potrero Hill in one of San Francisco’s most quickly developing areas, centrally located near the San Francisco Design Center and the new UCSF campus. It also enjoys easy access to Mission Bay and Downtown, or in the other direction, the 16th Street BART and famously hip Valencia corridor. It’s just a few blocks down De Haro Street from Potrero Hill’s newest development, Onyx, which is selling now in Phase 1 (listed by Paragon Real Estate).
Currently for sale in Potrero Hill:
- 776 Wisconsin St., 4bd/2.5ba, $1,495,000, listed by Hector Orozco
- 935 Vermont St., 3bd/2.5ba, $1,195,000, listed by Michelle Stephens
- The Potrero: 451 Kansas St. #290, 2bd/2ba, inquire for price, listed by Kendra Wall
355 1st Street #1902 is a corner view condo at the Metropolitan in Rincon Hill. Mark Choey and Marcella Bartolini sold the 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom, 1,245 sq. ft. condo for $1,450,000. The condo features panoramic northeast views of the City skyline and Bay Bridge and an open living and dining area with floor-to-ceiling windows. The highly-coveted corner residence also features a strikingly seductive interior with designer finishes, including hardwood flooring, contemporary carpeting, tasteful wainscoting, marble-tiled bathrooms, granite countertops, and premium stainless steel appliances.
The Metropolitan is a premier urban high-rise community located on Rincon Hill and boasting some of the City’s finest amenities. It’s close to the Ferry Building, the Embarcadero, a farmer’s market, the Financial District, and AT&T Park. The award-winning towers, with a total of 342 luxury residences, were designed by internationally renowned architects HKS and Heller Manus. This full-service building features a 24/7 doorman and on-site professional management team to accommodate the needs of its residents. Building amenities include a fully-appointed lounge, state-of-the-art HD theater, lush courtyard patio with a fire pit and barbecue, well-equipped fitness center, indoor heated pool, spa, and sauna.
A cluster of new developments is going up near the Metropolitan; the second tower of One Rincon Hill (rentals) has opened its leasing office, 45 Lansing (rentals) will be opening its first tower soon, 340 Fremont is about to start construction (expected completion late 2014, listing brokerage TBD), Park 181 at 181 Fremont is under construction (listed by The Mark Company, expected completion 2015), and Lumina at 201 Folsom is under construction and expected to open in 2015 (listed by Polaris Pacific).
Condos for sale in Rincon Hill:
- One Rincon Hill: 425 1st St. #3401, 1bd/1ba, $998,000, listed by Matt Finley
- One Rincon Hill: 425 1st St. #3205, 1bd/1ba, $849,000, listed by Matt Finley
- One Rincon Hill: 425 1st St. #5802, 2bd+den/2ba, $2,299,000, listed by Matt Finley (in contract)
- One Rincon Hill: 489 Harrison St. #403, 3bd/2.5ba, $2,199,000, listed by Matt Finley (in contract)
- One Rincon Hill: 489 Harrison St. #305, 2bd+den/2.5ba, $1,299,000, listed by Matt Finley (in contract)
Bill Williams sold 325 Berry #718 for $1,256,000, the highest price ever for a condo in the building! The top floor 2 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom condo features 2 balconies and is located on the Mission Bay waterfront in the Park Terrace building. It features an efficient layout with an open floor plan and a gourmet kitchen; the living room and den are between the two bedroom suites for privacy and separation of space.
Park Terrace consists of 110 luxury condominiums with beautiful finishes and expansive layouts. Park Terrace has a beautifully appointed lobby, a landscaped courtyard with a fountain and grill, a conference room, and a complete fitness center.Park Terrace is bordered by Mission Creek and Mission Creek Park. The development includes an amphitheater, walking/jogging paths, benches, grassy open areas, a kayak launch area, and courts for basketball, sand volleyball and tennis. Also featured is an 850 sq. ft. pavilion available for public rental.
Just a few blocks away, Matt Woebcke and Jina Kang sold a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom condo at Madrone for $1,010,000, 435 China Basin Street #117. While it’s technically a 2 bedroom (per tax records), the second bedroom is currently not enclosed for use as a den/home office. This spacious northeast corner residence features a private balcony, an open living room, a dedicated dining room, and a modern chef’s kitchen with a stainless Bosch gas range, a Thermador refrigerator, modern cabinetry, and a breakfast bar. Modern hardwood floors, custom window treatments, a tiled backsplash, and walk-in closets complete the home.
Madrone’s luxury amenities include an open-air sun deck, 75-foot heated lap pool, fun-sized jacuzzi spa, resort-style steam room and sauna, outdoor grill and lounge area, social dining room with a catering kitchen, game room with flatscreen TVs and billiards, private movie theater, state-of-the-art fitness studio, landscaped gardens and a courtyard, and an attended lobby and hotel-style reception area.
Madrone is located in the heart of Mission Bay, San Francisco’s newest, fastest-growing master-planned community that is welcoming new residents, retail, businesses and parks every day. Madrone is at the center of a vibrant, walkable neighborhood surrounded by parks and open spaces, close to AT&T Park, Caltrain, and Muni.
Kendra Wall sold a 1 bedroom plus den, 1 bathroom condo at the Arterra in Mission Bay for $850,000; the buyer was represented by Jessie Lee. The premiere floor plan of 300 Berry Street #604 features 856 sq. ft. of living space (per tax records) and is one of the largest of a very limited inventory of 1 bedroom plus den, 1 bathroom floor plans in the area. Facing southwest and situated on the eighth floor, the home is flooded with afternoon light through floor-to-ceiling windows.
Arterra was designed to become San Francisco’s first LEED-certified green high-rise community. It is a modern, luxury high-rise condominium community consisting of three towers, including a 16-story high-rise, a 9-story mid-rise, and a 6-story low-rise comprising 269 units of housing, a gym, a community room, a guest suite, and a parking space designed for the Zipcar program. The inviting and sophisticated lobby incorporates Enviroglas recycled glass, cork flooring, and FSC-certified wood into the palette. A variety of public and private outdoor spaces can be found at street level and in the rooftop level gardens.
50,000 square feet of retail are currently planned for the surrounding area, which already has 3,100 residential units plus another 1,000 units under construction. Arterra is located across Mission Creek from Mission Bay’s newest condominium development, Arden, which will open sales in mid-May or June. Arden developer Nat Bosa also built Madrone and its sister building next door, Radiance, creating a mini-community of luxury condos.
Condos and lofts for sale in Mission Bay:
- 255 Berry St. #709, 2bd+den/2.5ba, $1,895,000, listed by Bill Williams
- The Beacon: 250 King St. #718, 2bd/2ba, $1,095,000, listed by Ana Rubke and Edie Narrido
- The Beacon: 250 King St. #706, 1bd+den/1ba, $725,000, listed by Dirk Kinley
- The Beacon: 250 King St. #910, 1bd/1ba, $680,000, listed by Marcus Lee
- 175 Bluxome St. #103, 1bd/1ba, $675,000, listed by Dirk Kinley
- The Beacon: 260 King St. #621, 1bd/1ba, $599,000, listed by Marcus Lee and Todd Montgomery
- 255 Berry St. #114, 3bd/2.5ba, $1,695,000, listed by Joshua Lawrence (in contract)
- Park Terrace: 325 Berry St. #325, 1bd+den/2ba, $907,000, listed by Bill Williams (in contract)
Van Ness/Civic Center
750 Van Ness Avenue #1304 is a corner penthouse condo in the Symphony Towers building. The 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo was sold for $1,020,000 by Edie Narrido and features city views and 2-car side-by-side parking (rare!). Building amenities include a landscaped courtyard and fountain, a landscaped roof deck with stainless gas grill and furnished with deck lounge chairs, incredible San Francisco views from the roof deck, elegant custom lobbies with maple and slate finishes, state-of-the-art security building access, and City CarShare available to residents within a controlled-access garage. Located in the heart of the Performing Arts District, Symphony Towers is within close proximity of the Symphony Davies Hall, San Francisco War Memorial Opera House, Asian Art Museum, and the San Francisco Main Library. Also nearby is the vibrant Hayes Valley neighborhood, featuring some of the city’s finest restaurants and shops.
Currently for sale in Van Ness/Civic Center:
South San Francisco
Jessie Lee sold another condo at The Peninsula Mandalay in South San Francisco last week. One Mandalay Place #1107 is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom high-rise condo with panoramic city and bay views, sold for $475,000 with 2-car parking included. The Peninsula Mandalay is South San Francisco’s only high-rise condominium building, located at the foot of the San Bruno mountain. Bridging the live-work balance for urban professionals along the I-280 and I-101 corridors, The Peninsula Mandalay development is ideal for the international business life, with convenient access to SFO Airport and BART and adjacent to the hub of the SSF Biotech Center. The building features the security of a controlled-access building and amenities including an entrance lobby with high-end finishes and fine art, a fully equipped fitness center, a business area, a club room, and a patio.
Condos for sale in South San Francisco:
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