Mission (San Francisco, CA)
By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
Through the eyes of a Millennial -- new condos in San Francisco's Mission DistrictLiving in the Mission district is popular with many, including Millennial. Who better than to tell you about one new condo complex than my assistant, a Millennial herself. These units are selling quickly; as of two days ago, only 5 of the 18 units are still available.The Mission is a very trendy, up-and-coming neighborhood and the brand new homes at 3590 20th Street are close to all of the most important things, like transportation, shops and restaurants. The Mission has a culture of it’s own and is in close enough proximity to anything San Francisco can offer, yet far enough to where it’s not too congested all the time. Come and get one of these condos before they’re gone! One reason I like the condos at ...
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By Frank Castaldini, Realtor - Homes for Sale in San Francisco
Hot Mission District 3 story 2br1ba Townhouse Open House Nov 6 3-5pm Priced to sell at $499,000 Cash buyer preferred.   Rare Clinton Park Townhouse 170 Guerrero St Unit E , San Francisco, CA 94103 http://MissionTownhouse.frankcastaldini.com Remarks Location, Location, Location! Right in the heart of The Mission Dolores Neighborhood this rare 3 story Townhouse is 1 of only 4 with a deeded private garden patio facing the beautiful private yard for the 10 unit complex. Just 1 block from the new Whole Foods under construction right now, steps away from http://www.missionbeachcafesf.com/ This small 10 unit Condo complex of 10 self standing little houses each painted in a lovely pastel color and protected from the out side world by a gate, that encloses the deeded parking spaces. The entire p...
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By Peggy Hughes/pha logistix, inc., SF NYC LA
(pha logistix inc)
Weather in the Mission District Living in San Francisco, CA gives you an opportunity to experience a variety of weather conditions throughout the day!  Generally, downtown in the Financial District, temperatures are 10 - 15 degrees colder than in the Mission District.  And, for the most part, the Sunset and Richmond districts are foggier than the Mission, Castro or Potrero Hill districts. This past Monday (10/18/12), while driving to an unpacking job in the Mission about 1.5 miles from my house (also in the Mission), at around 7:45am, this is what I encountered... fog as thick as soup... Approximately, two hours later, you can see how the fog lifted!!  Love working and organizing in San Francisco, CA!!
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By Peggy Hughes/pha logistix, inc., SF NYC LA
(pha logistix inc)
Who Doesn't Like Food?!!   As a moving organizer in San Francisco, Los Angeles and New York City, I get to enjoy the best food this Country has to offer on a regular basis.  Now, I know that many states have great restaurants, but I'm in these  three cities most often. And, I will definitely find time this Satruday, August 18, 2012 for the FOURTH ANNUAL LaCocina San Francisco Street Food Festival!! The festivities begin at 11:00am and end at 7:00pm. It is in the Mission District, on Folsom Street between 20th to 26th Streets, and on Treat Street to Shotwell Street between 21st and 25th Streets.  The Cesar Chavez Elementary School parking lot, Parque de los Ninos Unidos and Jose Coronada Playground will also have vendors. Best of all, it is FREE admission!!  All food items will be $8 or ...
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By Gregory "NNN" Garver, (323) 696 1031, Net Lease Broker
(NNN Brokers USA Commercial Real Estate)
Rumormongering : Fresh & Easy Coming to the Mission? January 31st, 2011 A little bird just told us that grocery chain Fresh & Easy is this close to signing a 20-year lease for the recently shuttered Delano’s space on South Van Ness in the Mission. The length of the lease is raising eyebrows, and most people involved in the deal are concerned that the Mission won’t embrace the brand with open arms. A Fresh & Easy in the Outer Richmond is already in the works. And the company’s pretty upfront about wanting to open up locations all across the Bay Area. [Curbed Inbox]
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By Keith Rockmael
(Intero Real Estate Services)
With all of the goings on in the City this past weekend (Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, Bridge to Bridge race), we found time to volunteer at the MEDA 6th Annual San Francisco Homeownership Fair. The diverse crowd strolled though the block long event in the Mission and checked out the various vendors and information sessions – including stabling and improving credit (something that most everyone needs to do these days) and one special session about foreclosure prevention – our specialty. As with any event, people get out of it what they put into it. We think that information remains far more valuable than key chains and tchotchkes that some banks and other companies offered. We offered foreclosure lists and updates, detailed area statistics and buyer property updates. People ate it up. The ...
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By Michael Ackerman, CRS, Top Producer, 24+ Years Experience!
(Vanguard Properties)
Eastlake Stick Victorian in the Mission Looking for a real Mission property which you can make your own?  This "good-boned" - some might even say high cheek boned, Eastlake Stick Victorian was noted to have its first water tap in 1884 (per SFWD records.)  This home was said to have been built for Mrs. A.E. Woods as a two family dwelling in 1884.  In 1916 the structure was moved approximately 4 feet to the front of lot and raised 7 feet and placed on a new concrete foundation.  A two unit property offering income from the top floor reasonably rented, a vacant middle unit, huge garage, storage and utility area vacantSited on one of the best blocks of Shotwell Street wedged 'tween the new ODC space and newer condos.  Across the street and anchoring the middle of the block the ODC Dance Co...
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