Climb Real Estate sold properties at several buildings in the Bay Area in the last week, including condos at One Rincon Hill in Rincon Hill, SOMA Grand in SOMA, The Hayes in Hayes Valley, 170 Off Third in South Beach, and Harborwalk in Oakland. They also sold a loft at Jackson Brewery in SOMA, a loft at Pacific Cannery Lofts in Oakland, and a single-family home in Ingleside Heights. Here’s the full list of sold properties plus nearby properties that are currently for sale.
One Rincon Hill: 425 1st St. #5802 is this week’s showcase sale. Sold by Matt Finley, the 58th floor 2 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom penthouse is located on the southwest corner of Tower I and has drop-dead gorgeous views of the city, the South Bay, Golden Gate Bridge, Twin Peaks, and the Farallon Islands. The interior features high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling insulated glass window walls, and an expansive glass railed sky patio. Penthouse 5802 offers an exceptional design, an optimal elevation, and a flowing layout. This was the pride of the One Rincon Hill: Design Above All collection of penthouse units professionally decorated by top interior designers in the world.
The One Rincon Hill development is a late-modernist style high-rise condo tower designed by architectural firm Solomon, Cordwell, Buenz and Associates. The complex features ultra-luxury amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, a concierge, full service valet parking, a club-quality professionally equipped fitness center with steam rooms and showers, a full-size outdoor pool with a beautifully landscaped garden deck and large open grass area, a gourmet barbecue area with plenty of table seating to enjoy an afternoon lunch or dinner, and a reflecting pool with an infinity edge.
Rincon Hill is a popular area for new developments right now; 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).
Currently 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 and Mark Choey
- One Rincon Hill: 425 1st St. #1605, 1bd/1ba, $799,000, listed by Matt Finley
- 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 and Hector Orozco (in contract)
Kevin Gueco’s fifth sale at SOMA Grand this year is 1160 Mission St. #1207, a 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo that sold for $20,000 over the list price. Sold for $945,000, the 12th floor condo features dramatic views, hardwood floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, and rain-style showers. Located near the Financial District and the rapidly developing Mid-Market area, SOMA Grand is a full-service amenity building offering everything from dinner reservations to car service, from dogwalkers to personal shoppers, from a masseuse to a caterer to doctors on call. SOMA Grand is located on the SOMA edge of the Mid-Market development corridor, a few blocks from planned new developments at 1415 Mission Street and 99 Rausch Street (a.k.a. 1140 Folsom Street).
Marcus Lee and Todd Montgomery sold a historic conversion loft at The Jackson Brewery for $749,0000. 301 11th St. #2A, a.k.a. 1489 Folsom St #2A, is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom live/work loft in SOMA with historically rich architectural elements—exposed brick masonry, riveted steel I-beams, and old patina concrete—in a New York-style open floor plan with a raised platform for the master bedroom. The kitchen was inspired by a leading San Francisco architecture firm and includes custom cabinetry, premium stainless steel appliances, granite accent surfaces, and Blanco fixtures. The bathroom has concrete floors, contemporary fixtures, a shower-over-tub, and custom industrial-inspired lighting.
Founded in the 1850s, the Jackson Brewery began operations on the corner of 11th and Folsom Street in 1912. This remarkable building was designed by James T. Ludlow in the Romanesque Revival style popular at the turn of the century. Prohibition closed the brewery and it was never again used for its original purpose; instead, the centerpiece tower building was renovated (including a full seismic upgrade) into seven stunning live/work condominiums. Designed by the award-wining architectural firm Siegel & Strain, each unit takes advantage of expansive city views and the unique interior spaces of the original brewery.
Condos and lofts for sale in SOMA:
- The Clocktower: 461 Second St. #T552, 1bd/1.5ba, $1,349,00, listed by Melody Hultgren
- SOMA Grand: 1160 Mission St. #2113, 2bd/2ba, $1,295,000, listed by Kevin Gueco
- Brannan-Lucerne Lofts: 5 Lucerne St. #4, 1bd/1.5ba, $925,000, listed by Danielle Lazier
- One Hawthorne: 1 Hawthorne St. #11F, 2bd+den/2ba, $1,650,000, listed by Kristen Stuecher (in contract)
- 50 Lucerne St. #9, 1bd/1.5ba, $849,000, listed by Joshua Lawrence (in contract)
- SOMA Grand: 1160 Mission St. #2310, 1bd+den, 1ba, $839,000, listed by Marcus Lee and Todd Montgomery (in contract)
- SOMA Grand: 1160 Mission St. #1212, 1bd/1ba, $729,000, listed by Tiffany Combs and Kevin Gueco (in contract)
- 960 Natoma St. #4, 1bd/1.5ba, $699,000, listed by Mark Choey (in contract)
55 Page St. #814 is a designer 1 bedroom plus den, 1 bathroom penthouse at The Hayes in Hayes Valley. Kendra Wall sold it for $978,000, almost $80,000 over the list price. The penthouse has an open living/dining area featuring large windows with views of Sutro Tower and Twin Peaks. There are also designer lighting fixtures, MechoShades window coverings, and Brazilian cherry hardwood flooring. Designed by local architects Heller Manus, The Hayes is a luxury building with a boutique feel; 128 units span 8 floors, with a mix of new construction and a converted 1908 carriage house. Situated at the corner of Page and Gough, The Hayes is flanked by The Castro, The Mission, and Civic Center, located a few blocks from shuttle stops or the Muni/BART station and offering convenient access to San Francisco’s best shopping, dining and cultural attractions. New construction in both Mid-Market and the Octavia Corridor is within a few blocks, including the sold-out 1600 Market, pre-sales at 8 Octavia (represented by The Mark Company), the under-construction 350 Linden (listing agency TBD), a planned development at 450 Hayes that is expected to launch next winter (represented by The Mark Company), and the sold-out 300 Ivy.
Kristen Stuecher just sold a junior 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom condo at 170 Off Third: 177 Townsend St. #831 for $660,000. Located in the heart of South Beach, the condo has dramatic panoramic views of cityscapes, iconic landmarks and urban gardens. The living room features dual bay windows and custom bookcases, and the kitchen finished with custom designed cabinetry highlighted by stainless steel and glass accents, a mosaic glass backsplash, honed black granite countertops, a granite-topped island with seating space and storage, and a full-feature stainless steel appliance package. There’s also a custom decorative metal fabricated picture window screen. 170 Off Third was created by award-winning GGLO Architects with a both classic and contemporary design. The richly appointed two-story club room is anchored by a massive fireplace. The custom-designed demonstration kitchen features a stainless refrigerator, gas range, and ample storage. There is a private movie theater, fully equipped fitness center, and full-sized 40? heated lap pool. The manicured, art-filled courtyard has a raised outdoor spa and barbecue grills. On the twelfth floor, owners enjoy a rooftop deck with expansive city views.
Currently for sale in South Beach:
- The Brannan: 229 Brannan St. #12G, 2bd/2ba, $1,629,000, listed by Michelle Balog
- 310 Townsend St. #110, 3bd/2ba, $1,250,000, listed by Michelle Ye and Gertrude Villanueva
- South End Lofts: 2 Clarence Place #7, 1bd+den/1.5ba, $999,000, listed by Gabriel Rojas
- The Infinity: 338 Spear St. #9H, 1bd/1ba, $845,000, listed by Mark Choey
- Portside II: 403 Main St. #716N, 1bd+den/1ba, $750,000, listed by Michelle Ye
- Bridgeview: 400 Beale St. #604, 1bd/1ba, $699,000, listed by Dirk Kinley
- Portside II: 403 Main St. #116, 1bd+den/1ba, $699,000, listed by Mark Choey
- The Infinity: 333 Main St. #7H, studio/1ba, $679,000, listed by Mark Choey
- The Infinity: 301 Main St. #27A, 2bd+den/2ba, $1,550,000, listed by Mark Choey (in contract)
- The Infinity: 318 Spear St. #4H, 1bd+den/1ba, $849,000, listed by Mark Choey (in contract)
- 24 Clyde Street, 3bd/1ba, $799,000, listed by Melody Hultgren (in contract)
- 170 Off Third: 177 Townsend St. #536, 1bd+den/1ba, $780,000, listed by Sasha Lupercio (in contract)
- Baycrest: 201 Harrison St. #931, 2bd/2ba, $779,000, listed by Michelle Ye (in contract)
- Baycrest: 201 Harrison St. #526, 1bd/1ba, $625,000, listed by Michelle Ye (in contract)
406 Orizaba Avenue is a renovated single-family home in Ingleside Heights, sold for $640,000 by Marcus Lee and Marco Wan. The updated 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom house features an extra-deep backyard, open living/dining room, and bonus room on the lower level. The prime Ingleside Heights address is convenient to San Francisco State University and City College, and the M Muni light rail line is just a block away. This residential enclave is also central to a Whole Foods on Ocean Avenue, the Ingleside Library, and freeways.
Jessie Lee set a record at Pacific Cannery Lofts in Oakland for her sale of 1201 Pine St. #139, a 2 bedroom plus den, 2 bathroom loft that sold for $499,000. It is the highest sale price ever for the building and the most popular floor plan, which features large balconies off both the living room and second bedroom. The live/work loft was originally listed last year for $450,000, but was taken off the market and re-listed this year for $499,000 with 2-car parking. Pacific Cannery Lofts is a community of 163 live/work lofts, flats and townhomes with a variety of unique floor plans designed by Holliday Development and David Baker + Partners and features the best in sustainable community living. Signature amenities of Holliday Development include a bicycle shop on premises, a dog washing station, and plenty of greenery and open space. There is easy access to Emeryville and the vibrant neighborhood of North Oakland and it is 16 minutes away from San Francisco.
Tom Watson just sold the last of his current Harborwalk condos, a 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom unit with a balcony that overlooks the water. The 2-story condo is the largest floor plan in the building, a top floor corner unit at 3090 Glascock Street #324 that sold for $473,000 after being listed for $399,000. Harborwalk is located just across the Park Street Drawbridge from Alameda’s pedestrian-friendly streets and downtown shopping and dining. It’s also close to Oakland’s Coliseum, the historic Paramount Theater, and Fruitvale Station shopping and BART.
Oakland’s Waterfront District is a mixed use residential/industrial community with strong ties to the artist community. Harborwalk listing agent Tom Watson says, “Compared to the rest of Oakland, the Waterfront offers larger homes at lower prices. It’s a little-known gem of a community. Prices have risen at least 11% since December 2013 and don’t seem to be slowing.”
Lofts and condos for sale in Oakland:
- 288 Third St. #501, 2bd/2ba, $649,000, listed by Melody Hultgren (in contract)
- 288 Third St. #106, 2bd/2ba, $525,000, listed by Tom Watson (in contract)
- Uptown Place: 630 Thomas L. Berkley Way #504, 1bd/1ba, $379,000, listed by Tom Watson and Sara Wright (in contract)
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