SAN FRANCISCO MARKET UPDATE

q2 2018 wrap-up

 

Q2 was another benchmark quarter for San Francisco. One-third of all single-family home sales were $2M or more, while the median sale price hit $1.62M; representing a year-over-year gain of 13%. This increase in median sale price occurred while the median market time decreased slightly to 13; representing a 7% drop compared to last year.

Neighborhood Highlights:

  • When looking at specific neighborhoods, Bernal Heights/Glen Park, the Sunset, and Richmond/Lake St had the highest number of sales.
  • Sunset, Potrero Hill, Westwood Park/Sunnyside, and Excelsior/Portola all saw the largest increases in sales over list price.

One-third of all condominiums/TIC sold for $1.5M+, while the median sale price hit $1.24M; representing a year-over-year gain of 8%. At the same time, the median market time decreased significantly to 15; representing a 32% drop compared to last year.

Neighborhood Highlights:

  • South Beach/Yerba Buena had the highest number of sales.
  • Sunset, Cole Valley/Haight, Noe Valley, and SoMa all saw the largest increases in sales over list price.

MARKET SNAPSHOT - SINGLE FAMILY HOMES

MARKET SNAPSHOT - CONDOMINIUM/TIC/COOP


MEDIAN AREA VALUES

 

MEDIAN PROPERTY VALUES - SINGLE FAMILY HOMES

MEDIAN PROPERTY VALUES  - CONDO/TIC

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Real Estate market in the San Francisco Bay Area is dynamic and ever-changing. Small nuances are usually a great factor to property values and their future growth. Please see the graph below for a snapshot of the market's general performance within the past five years and contact us with any questions or to request analysis tailored to your specific goals as there are always unique opportunities we can help realize.

TOP 5 - Q2

TOP FIVE SALES - Single Family Houses

 34 Maple St | Presidio Heights   $18,500,000   $1,581/SqFt  9 bed/6.5 bath  11,700 SqFt

34 Maple St | Presidio Heights

$18,500,000

$1,581/SqFt

9 bed/6.5 bath

11,700 SqFt

 807 Francisco | Russian Hill   $16,500,000   $2,670/SqFt  6 bed/6.5 bath  6,180 SqFt

807 Francisco | Russian Hill

$16,500,000

$2,670/SqFt

6 bed/6.5 bath

6,180 SqFt

 3020 Pacific Ave | Pacific Heights   $16,500,000   $2,523/SqFt  9 bed/5 bath  6,540 SqFt

3020 Pacific Ave | Pacific Heights

$16,500,000

$2,523/SqFt

9 bed/5 bath

6,540 SqFt

 3756 Jackson St | Presidio Heights   $12,000,000   $1,535/SqFt  7 bed/8.5 bath  7,820 SqFt

3756 Jackson St | Presidio Heights

$12,000,000

$1,535/SqFt

7 bed/8.5 bath

7,820 SqFt

 2230 Green St | Pacific Heights   $10,399,375   $1,625/SqFt  6 bed/5 bath  6,400 SqFt

2230 Green St | Pacific Heights

$10,399,375

$1,625/SqFt

6 bed/5 bath

6,400 SqFt


TOP FIVE SALES - Condominiums

 2121 Webster PH7| Pacific Heights   $8,501,000   $2,805/SqFt  3 bed/3.5 bath  3,031 SqFt

2121 Webster PH7| Pacific Heights

$8,501,000

$2,805/SqFt

3 bed/3.5 bath

3,031 SqFt

 690 Market St #2402 | Financial District   $5,950,000   $1,964/SqFt  2 bed/2.5 bath  3,030 SqFt

690 Market St #2402 | Financial District

$5,950,000

$1,964/SqFt

2 bed/2.5 bath

3,030 SqFt

 2618 Jackson St | Pacific Heights   $4,975,000   $2,200/SqFt  3 bed/3 bath  2,500 SqFt

2618 Jackson St | Pacific Heights

$4,975,000

$2,200/SqFt

3 bed/3 bath

2,500 SqFt

 201 Folsom St #33B | South Beach   $5,455,000   $2,692/SqFt  3 bed/3 bath  2,026 SqFt

201 Folsom St #33B | South Beach

$5,455,000

$2,692/SqFt

3 bed/3 bath

2,026 SqFt

 3450 Clay St | Presidio Heights   $4,975,000   $1,487/SqFt  5 bed/4.5 bath  3,346 SqFt

3450 Clay St | Presidio Heights

$4,975,000

$1,487/SqFt

5 bed/4.5 bath

3,346 SqFt


One Cool Thing


San Francisco Headlines

July 13, 2018

Headlines by San Francisco Real Estate Agent Realtor

WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEK:

Bayview project redesigned, permitted and on the market

214-unit development proposed for SoMa pending density bonus

Board of Supervisors begin review of Central SoMa plan

Transbay Transit Center and Salesforce Park opening in August

Rents tick up along with delivery of new office buildings in SF


COMMUNITY

 

Testing Plan Released for Residential site at Hunters Point Shipyard Does not Include Homes

 "The California Department of Public Health on Friday released a plan for testing a residential portion of the Hunters Point Shipyard for radiological contamination starting July 16. In recent months, environmental justice groups and residents have called for the site to be included in a re-testing plan for the greater shipyard in light of allegations of a fraudulent toxic cleanup in areas slated for redevelopment."

 CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER


DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE

 

Third Street Project Redesigned, Permitted and on the Market

"As originally envisioned and proposed, the vacant “3rd Street Village” building at 4712-4729 3rd Street, in the heart of Bayview, was to be razed in order for a three-story residential care facility with 24 rooms for the elderly to rise on the site. Instead, permits for a four-story development, with 13 two-bedroom condos over a 1,200-square-foot retail space and no off-street parking, save for a storage room for 13 bikes, have been approved." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Developer Seeks Density Bonus to Build 214 New Units in SoMa

"A proposed development may seek to use a density bonus to build as many as 214 new residential units in western SoMa... Under the bonus housing proposal, 176 of the 214 residential units, or 82 percent, would be market rate, and 38 units would be part of San Francisco’s inclusionary housing program." 

CONTINUE READING ON HOODLINE

First Tenants of SF’s Transbay / Salesforce Transit Center Identified

"With San Francisco’s new Transbay/Salesforce Transit Center and rooftop park slated to open on August 12, the first four (4) leases for the center’s thirty-five (35) potential retail/restaurant/commercial spaces have been negotiated and could be approved this week." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Supes Begin Review of Central SoMa Plan Expected to Add 8K Homes, 33K Jobs

"After nearly eight years of planning, San Francisco’s Board of Supervisors is poised to rezone the Central SoMa neighborhood to create 8,000 more homes and 33,000 jobs over the next two decades." 

CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER

Plans to Raze The Phoenix for SRO Units to Rise

"Plans to level the Phoenix Irish Bar & Gathering House at 811 Valencia Street are in the works. And as currently envisioned, a six-story building would rise up to 55 feet in height upon on the Mission District site, with 20 single-room occupancy (SRO) units over a little ground floor commercial space and off-street parking for 20 bikes." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Transbay Transit Center and Salesforce Park opening in August

"Friday morning the word came out: The public will get its first look inside the new multi-billion dollar terminal on August 11, when TJPA hosts a “neighborhood block party” event to mark the completion of the eight-year-long process. Regular service in the new structure will kick off on August 12, with rooftop park, connector bridge, shopping, gondola, and of course Muni bus service and all."

 CONTINUE READING ON CURBED


ETCETERA

 

Rents Tick Up along with Delivery of New Office Buildings in SF

"With 1.3 million square feet of new office space having been delivered over the past quarter, all of which was pre-leased and instantly absorbed, included The Exchange at 16th (Dropbox) and the tower at 181 Fremont Street (Facebook), the average asking rent for office space in San Francisco ticked up 1.3 percent in the second quarter of 2018 to an all-time high of $72.30 per square foot per year, which is 3.0 percent above the mark at the same time last year."

 CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Mortgage Rates Inch up along with Probability of Next Rate Hike

"The average rate for a benchmark 30-year mortgage inched up a single (1) basis points over the past week to 4.53 percent, which is 50 basis points higher on a year-over-year basis and within 13 basis points of its seven-year high of 4.66 percent which it hit in May, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Mortgage Market Survey data." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Mapped: Here's Where the 60,000 Units in San Francisco's Residential Pipeline Will Land

"...The maps below features all large residential projects in the pipeline.Major developers such as Related California, Tishman Speyer, Crescent Heights and Shorenstein Properties have thousands of apartments and condos in the works.  For our development map of the area, we included all projects that are under construction (green on the map), approved (blue) or proposed (red). " 

CONTINUE READING ON BUSINESS TIMES


July 6, 2018

Headlines by Alek Keytiyev San Francisco Real Estate Agent Realtor

WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEK:

Civil grand jury recommends modular housing factory in SF

Plans drafted for 44-apartment development in Marina 

Supervisors will hear city's Central SoMa Plan on July 17th

Rezoning could quadruple density of 19th Ave development

Rents inch up alongside new construction


COMMUNITY

 

Civil Grand Jury Backs Plans for Union-Staffed Modular Housing Factory in SF

"San Francisco should launch a union-staffed modular housing factory to lower construction costs and speed up development, a civil grand jury report recommended Thursday. Saying The City needs to try new methods to address the housing crisis, the civil grand jury examined modular construction, which is when prefabricated units are assembled in factories and then transported to the site where they are assembled. Meanwhile, other site work can occur simultaneously, such as laying the foundation, saving both time and money." 

CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER

San Francisco On Verge Of A Coworking Explosion And Landlords Are Taking Note

"The rapid growth of coworking in San Francisco among both large, branded providers and small independent operators has led to a shifting attitude among landlords. Two to three years ago, landlords were less willing to consider this type of tenant, but now they are actively seeking to partner with coworking providers to create a better tenant mix within their portfolios." 

CONTINUE READING ON BISNOW


DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE

 

Supervisors Slated to Hear City’s Ambitious Central Soma Plan

"Unanimously supported by San Francisco’s Planning Commission back in May, San Francisco’s full Board of Supervisors is now slated to hear and potentially vote on the passage of the City’s ambitious Central SoMa Plan on July 17."

 CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

  Plans for Infilling Chestnut Street    "Plans to level the long-standing Wells Fargo branch building at 2055 Chestnut Street in the Marina, which was built for Crocker Bank in 1974, have been drafted. As envisioned by the Prado Group, a three-story building will rise up to 40 feet in height across the site which stretches from Chestnut to Lombard. And as designed by Jensen Architects, the development would yield a total 44 apartments over nearly 34,000 square feet of new retail space fronting both Chestnut and Lombard and a basement garage for 24 cars and around 50 bikes with its entrance on Lombard."    CONTINUE READING ON   SOCKETSITE

Plans for Infilling Chestnut Street


"Plans to level the long-standing Wells Fargo branch building at 2055 Chestnut Street in the Marina, which was built for Crocker Bank in 1974, have been drafted. As envisioned by the Prado Group, a three-story building will rise up to 40 feet in height across the site which stretches from Chestnut to Lombard. And as designed by Jensen Architects, the development would yield a total 44 apartments over nearly 34,000 square feet of new retail space fronting both Chestnut and Lombard and a basement garage for 24 cars and around 50 bikes with its entrance on Lombard." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

  Battle over Newly Approved Rincon Hill Development Rages On    "The waylaid plans for a modern residential building to rise up to 84 feet in height at 430 Main/429 Beale Street were, in fact, approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission at the end of May. The Commission’s approval, however, was conditioned upon a the inclusion of a 45-foot-wide, mid-block notch between the top four floors of the nine to ten-story development, a condition which was intended to help mitigate ongoing objections raised by neighbors in the adjacent Baycrest development at 201 Harrison Street, objections which were based on a stated “loss of light and air” to their condos and courtyard pool. Keep in mind that “views” aren’t protected in San Francisco."    CONTINUE READING ON   SOCKETSITE

Battle over Newly Approved Rincon Hill Development Rages On


"The waylaid plans for a modern residential building to rise up to 84 feet in height at 430 Main/429 Beale Street were, in fact, approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission at the end of May. The Commission’s approval, however, was conditioned upon a the inclusion of a 45-foot-wide, mid-block notch between the top four floors of the nine to ten-story development, a condition which was intended to help mitigate ongoing objections raised by neighbors in the adjacent Baycrest development at 201 Harrison Street, objections which were based on a stated “loss of light and air” to their condos and courtyard pool. Keep in mind that “views” aren’t protected in San Francisco." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Rezoning Could Quadruple Density of 19th Avenue Development

"The previously proposed plans to level the Sunset District flower stand and two undeveloped lots on the southwest corner of Quintara and 19th Avenue and construct a four-story building across the five parcel site, with a total of 42 apartments over a 56-car garage, have officially been abandoned... But next week, San Francisco’s Planning Commission could approve a proposed spot rezoning of the five parcels to “RM-2,” a Moderate Density designation. If approved, as is recommended by Planning, up to 170 units could be built upon the site." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

No Housing for Long-Shuttered Real Food Location...

"The former Real Food building at 3939 24th Street, in the heart of Noe Valley, has been vacant since 2003 when the grocery was suddenly shuttered.Two months ago it was reported that HGGC, the private equity group co-founded by former 49ers quarterback Steve Young which now controls the vacant building, was putting the property on the market with “plans to sell it to a housing developer.” And the property is now officially for sale." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Plans to Expand and Caffeinate Reddit’s HQ in SF

"Purchased for $45 million in 2016 having been leased to Reddit, plans to convert the 33,000-square-foot, 185-space parking garage portion of the original NBC Radio City building at 420 Taylor Street, which was designed by Albert Roller, on the border of the Tenderloin, into 36,000 square feet of additional office space could be approved at the end of this month." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE


ETCETERA

 

Rents Creep up Alongside New Construction, Says Report

"Summer brings a chill to the San Francisco Bay Area, but Zillow-owned rental site Hot Pads may provoke some heated arguments with its second quarterly report (both second of the year and second ever) about rental trends in the city. Just like Hot Pads’ first-quarter report earlier this year, the San Francisco-based company’s latest look at its own numbers reveals rent figures on an upward arch despite recent construction." 

CONTINUE READING ON CURBED


June 29, 2018

Headlines by Alek Keytiyev San Francisco Real Estate Agent

WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEK:

176-unit development in Tenderloin could be approved this week

60-unit Mission development could be approved today

The Avery SF begins condominium sales

The index for Bay Area home values tick up

Asking rents tick up in SF and Oakland


COMMUNITY

 

Rec and Park, Exploratorium Seek Input on Alvord Lake Installation

 "Plans are in the works for a collaboration between San Francisco Recreation & Park and the Exploratorium that could result in a new installation at Alvord Lake. The project would be part of Rec & Park's soon-to-commence $5.5 million reworking of the Stanyan St. frontage near Golden Gate Park, which started its design and feedback phase last year." 

CONTINUE READING ON HOODLINE


DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE

 

Related California's Next Big San Francisco Residential Project Tops Off, Begins Condo Sales (The Avery SF)

 "When Related California competed for Transbay Block 8 during the bidding process, it was its third bid competition in San Francisco’s Transbay District. It lost the other two bids, and the developer went all out on the third, Related California Senior Vice President Phoebe Yee said during a tour of the building's condo showroom. It partnered with OMA to design a 56-story, 548-unit residential tower that would help transform San Francisco’s skyline." 

CONTINUE READING ON BISNOW

  Big Plans to Transform Tenderloin Block Closer to Reality    "While the original plans had called for completely razing the existing church and adjacent storefronts stretching to 474 O’Farrell Street, and building up to 12 stories in height upon the site, the refined plans as rendered by DLR Group/Kwan Henmi call for preserving the columned façade of the existing church, behind and adjacent to which a contemporary 218,000 square foot development would rise up to 13 stories in height, with a new 9,600 square foot Church; 3,900 square feet of restaurant/retail space; and 176 apartments, a mix of 45 studios, 69 one-bedrooms and 62 twos, over a basement garage for 46 cars with its entrance on Shannon and a rooftop deck for residents."    CONTINUE READING ON   SOCKETSITE

Big Plans to Transform Tenderloin Block Closer to Reality


"While the original plans had called for completely razing the existing church and adjacent storefronts stretching to 474 O’Farrell Street, and building up to 12 stories in height upon the site, the refined plans as rendered by DLR Group/Kwan Henmi call for preserving the columned façade of the existing church, behind and adjacent to which a contemporary 218,000 square foot development would rise up to 13 stories in height, with a new 9,600 square foot Church; 3,900 square feet of restaurant/retail space; and 176 apartments, a mix of 45 studios, 69 one-bedrooms and 62 twos, over a basement garage for 46 cars with its entrance on Shannon and a rooftop deck for residents." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

  Waylaid Mission District Development Modified, Slated for Approval    "Waylaid by a groundswell of local opposition, plans to mostly demolish the brick and timber Fitzgerald Furniture Company building on the northeast corner of 19th and Bryant Streets and develop a contemporary six-story building upon the Mission District site could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon (Friday)."    CONTINUE READING ON   SOCKETSITE

Waylaid Mission District Development Modified, Slated for Approval


"Waylaid by a groundswell of local opposition, plans to mostly demolish the brick and timber Fitzgerald Furniture Company building on the northeast corner of 19th and Bryant Streets and develop a contemporary six-story building upon the Mission District site could be approved by San Francisco’s Planning Commission this afternoon (Friday)." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Plans for Hunters Point Shipyard, Candlestick Point Developments get Update

 "City leaders fast-tracked residential and commercial re-development at Candlestick Point and the Hunters Point Shipyard Tuesday, approving amendments to development plans for both areas calling for land use revisions and affordable housing for seniors."

 CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER

CCA’s Master Plan Newly Rendered

"...CCA’s master plan includes the development of 520 beds of student housing to rise up to five stories in height on its 188 Hooper Street site, at the intersection of Hooper, Eighth, Carolina and Channel, as newly rendered by Stanley Saitowitz / Natoma Architects." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Timing for Massive India Basin Development Pushed Back, Again

 "Having quietly changed from “Q4 2017” to “Q1 2018/Q2 2018” in the fourth quarter of last year, Build Inc’s expected timeline to secure the necessary entitlements to move forward with their massive India Basin project, a proposed development which could yield over 1,200 units of housing, 1,800 parking spaces and 275,000 square feet of commercial space (or half as many units of housing and a million square feet of office, retail and R&D), has just been pushed back to “Q4 2018." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE


ETCETERA

 

Relative Number of Homes for Sale in San Francisco on the Rise

"Speaking of inventory levels, and despite what you might have read elsewhere, while the number of homes on the market in San Francisco has inched down over the past week with normal seasonality in play, there are actually 4 percent more homes on the market right now (710) than there were at the same time last year (680) and 45 percent more than at the same time in 2015 (490)." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Index for Bay Area Home Values Ticks Up, Led by the Middle

"Having jumped 2.1 percent in March to a record high, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index for single-family home values within the San Francisco Metropolitan Area – which includes the East Bay, North Bay and Peninsula – ticked up another one (1.0) percent in March and is now running 10.9 percent higher on a year-over-year basis versus 4.9 percent higher on a year-over-year basis at the same time last year." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Asking Rents in San Francisco and Oakland Tick Up

"Having ended last year lower than where they started, asking rents for apartments in San Francisco have since ticked up nearly 6 percent since the beginning of the year. But once again, the majority of said gain can be attributed to normal seasonality." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE


June 22, 2018

Headlines by Alek Keytiyev San Francisco Real Estate Agent

WHAT YOU MISSED THIS WEEK:

SF sues developer for under-permitted work

City to rename Phelan Ave to Frida Kahlo Way

94-unit affordable development breaks ground in the Mission

Final draft plan for Dogpatch's doubling population to be submitted

CA making progress in relaxing granny unit rules


COMMUNITY

 

San Francisco Sues Developer with History of Under-Permitted Work

"City Attorney Dennis Herrera has just filed suit in San Francisco Superior Court against Ashok Gujral, a local real estate developer and investor accused of routinely engaging in under-permitted construction on residential properties throughout San Francisco." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

SF to rename street after artist Frida Kahlo

"The San Francisco Board of Supervisors voted 11-0 Tuesday to change the name of Phelan Avenue to Frida Kahlo Way. The city rechristened the street in an effort to distance itself from association with racist 19th-century mayor James D. Phelan and to address longstanding complaints about the avenue serving City College San Francisco’s Ocean Campus."

 CONTINUE READING ON CURBED


DEVELOPMENT PIPELINE

 

Planning for the Doubling of Dogpatch’s Population and Needs

 "With around 3,000 units of housing expected to be built in Dogpatch over the next 10 to 15 years, the population of the neighborhood is expected to more than double, if not triple. And with that in mind, a comprehensive Central Waterfront / Dogpatch Public Realm Plan, which is intended to guide and prioritize the development of new neighborhood public spaces, its streetscape and parks, has been in the works since 2014, the final draft of which is slated to be presented to San Francisco’ Planning Commission in two weeks time."

 CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Affordable-Only Senior Housing Development Breaks Ground in the Mission

"City officials and community partners today broke ground on a 100 percent affordable housing development for seniors in the Mission.Casa Adelante-1296 Shotwell will include 94 affordable housing units, 19 of which will become home for recently or currently homeless seniors. Seventy-four of the units will be available for seniors living on no more than 50 percent of San Francisco Area Median Income."

 CONTINUE READING ON HOODLINE

Supervisors Back Appeal, Delay Housing Project on Mission District Laundromat Site

 "The San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday sided with Mission District activists challenging a housing development on the site of a former laundromat, ordering the developer to conduct a shadow study looking at the project’s impacts on an adjacent school. The board voted unanimously to require additional study on the plan to build 75 units of market rate housing at 2918-2924 Mission St. in response to an appeal filed by the Calle 24 Cultural District." 

CONTINUE READING ON EXAMINER


ETCETERA

 

California Legislators Push Bill to Make Building 'Granny Units' Easier and Cheaper

"Bay Area and state legislation intending to relax rules on accessory dwelling units, or ADUs — more commonly called "granny units" — seem to be gaining traction among lawmakers. The Assembly Housing and Community Development Committee yesterday approved Senate Bill 831, authored by State Sen. Bob Wieckowksi (D-Fremont). The bill will be heard in the Assembly Local Government Committee next week, and if approved, will be sent to the Assembly Appropriations Committee." 

CONTINUE READING ON BUSINESS TIMES

Pricing Index for New Condos in S.F. Inches Up, Sales Slip

"Having ticked up 4.5 percent in April, the Mark Company’s pricing index for new condos in San Francisco inched up another 0.4 percent in May and is now running 1.7 percent higher versus the same time last year but remains 11.9 percent below its peak in the third quarter of 2015." 

CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Benchmark Mortgage Rate Slips Post Hike

"With last week’s expected rate hike already priced in, and the 10-year Treasury having dipped following said hike, the average rate for a benchmark 30-year mortgage slipped 5 basis points over the past week to 4.57 percent but remains 67 basis points higher on a year-over-year basis and within 9 basis points of the seven-year high of 4.66 percent it hit last month, according to Freddie Mac’s latest Mortgage Market Survey data."

 CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE

Mission Bay Ferry Clears Environmental Hurdle

"If the Port’s plans are approved as proposed, and dredging commences in mid-2019 as currently envisioned, San Francisco’s future Mission Bay Ferry Landing near the intersection of Terry A. Francois Boulevard and 16th Street, cater-corner to Chase Center and adjacent to the future Bayfront Park, could be now operational as early as the first quarter of 2021, as newly rendered below."

 CONTINUE READING ON SOCKETSITE


 

Prepared by: VANGUARD PROPERTIES - FORWARD THINKING REAL ESTATE