South Of Market (San Francisco, CA)
By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
San Francisco has a new major improvement which is setting The City abuzz. The San Francisco Transit Center opened mid-August 2018 to great fanfare after 12 years of planning and many years of construction. You can read a good overview and see pictures of this glorious structure here.When the architects say this is to be a community resource, a destination for the thousands of people who work and live in the highrises as well as visitors and others, they weren't kidding. Topping the 4 levels is a 5.4 acre park, adding much-needed green space to this densely populated area south of Market Street.On a recent afternoon friends and I toured the building and the roof-top park and found it to be everything it was meant to be. Pop-up cafes, carts with games, books and activities for youngsters...
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By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
San Francisco - the new and the old. Contrasting architectural styles and sizes somehow bring the past alive. This picture was taken from the Yerba Buena Gardens near the Moscone Convention Center south of Market Street. The church is St. Patrick's Catholic Church, built prior to the great 1906  earthquake and fire, restored and seismically retrofitted after the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake.
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By David Ames, San Francisco
(Zephyr Real Estate, San Francisco)
 Admittedly...I'm a little addicted to Blue Bottle coffee.  Thank goodness, you can find them all around the City.  And, when my staging business (back in the day) had a warehouse on the 300 block of Brannan Street, we often walked over to Brickhouse cafe for a quick take-out lunch.  It was good food at a reasonable price (at the time).  I'm sure it's even busier now given the influx of new residents and businesses that have moved in over the years.  Glad to see they're still holding strong. 
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By Kate Fomina, Your most creative Realtor in Alameda and SF
(Princeton Real Estate)
Search current inventory of Homes for Sale in SOMAListing Details  Modern, 1BD/1BATIC in SOMA, SF520 Natoma St #9SOMA, San FranciscoPrice: $468,000MLS number: 439416Bedrooms: 1Bathrooms: 1Call Kate Agent at 415-305-6708 to see if this property is still available and arrange a showing. TECH BUYER'S DREAM HOMEWhy pay crazy high San Francisco rents if you can own your own place and pay less!This gorgeous top floor remodeled 1 bedroom TIC has everything a tech industry buyer needs! Fantastic location! Close to absolutely everything from shopping centers and famous SOMA night clubs & restaurants to freeways, Caltrain and BART.There's a shared garage for your bike, storage room and shared laundry. In addition you can have some friends over to play ping-pong in the common recreation room while...
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By Melanie Narducci, Your San FranciscoBay Area Real Estate Expert
(Hillscape Properties, Inc.)
San Francisco condos under $400,000 for sale Can you really have your own piece of San Francisco at this price?  You really can!  If it's time to move past that roommate situation, then one of these cozy condos might be in your future.  More importantly you may find that with the tax advantages of owning you could be paying less than rent.  These condos won't last long at these prices, well below $400,000, call me if you'd like an opportunity to visit one. 195 7th St. #301, San Francisco, CA 94103  |  $359,950 This just came on the market and has been smartly outfitted with new finishes, click on the link to view photos, and attend the open house this weekend. 766 Harrison St. #307, San Francisco, CA 94107  |  $360,000 The Cubix building was the first small condo building in San Francis...
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By Lottie Kendall, Helping make your real estate dreams a reality
FREE Family Day is set for Sunday June 2, 2013 at San Francisco's Museum of Modern Art. When:  Sunday, June 2, 2013 Time:   11:00 AM - 4:00 Where: SF Museum of Modern Art, 151 Third Street (between Mission and Howard) San Francisco Bring the family and take part in art projects, hands-on activities and lots of fun on this, the last day SF MOMA will be open in its current  building. Meet artists, make a time piece of your own with SFMOMA docents, and leave with a family photo. Take advantage of this last opportunity to enjoy the museum in its current location and form before it closes until early 2016. The expanded "On The Go" museum will have exhibits throughout the San Francisco Bay Area between now and 2016. There's always something going on here in San Francisco. When one door shuts,...
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