Arquitectonica’s One Mission Bay tops out in San Francisco!

Very exciting news for a city in extreme need for more housing units. The One Mission project is a great one and should prove a favorite for those taking a chance on a virtually brand new neighborhood in our great city. Just a few years ago, Mission Bay was empty lots and open land. What a difference 5 years can make.

One Mission Bay

Welcome One Mission Bay to our list of outstanding new residential buildings brought to market in recent years!

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A beautiful entrance welcoming home owners and guests into the tastefully appointed One Mission Bay residences.

One Mission Bay 3

What a great place to call home. Imagine yourself taking advantage of the comforts afforded to you as a home owner in one of the city’s new condo buildings.

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A tranquil setting along Mission Creek where homeowners who have North-facing views can take in the sites of the city just a stone’s throw away. Those folks will also be able to see views of our baseball stadium, AT&T Park.

Contact Gabriel for a consultation to buy or sell a home in San Francisco or Oakland.

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Can Millennials Find the American Dream?

With a shrinking middle class and with median incomes decreasing, is it still possible for Millennials to find their way to the American Dream. Well, obviously, it comes down to what your definition of American Dream is but, if it’s the traditional kind of working for yourself and having the ability and means to buy a home for yourself, let’s look at some facts.

The item to note, in my opinion, is the lack of jobs for such a large group of Americans. You may have a great education but may be having a difficult time finding a job. I don’t think there is any doubt as to why so many young folks want to live in urban areas. It’s lots of fun and there are JOBS!

Once you’re fortunate to find a job, paying down those student loans is, or should be, your main priority. I was lucky enough to have a smaller student loan balance after school after going to state universities in New York during a time when school wasn’t nearly as expensive as it is today. That said, paying off those loans was my main priority and, once I did, it opened up other opportunities.

If you’re interested in starting a family, well, just take a look at the statistic above. As you can see, this study estimates that it will cost around $250K to raise one child from birth to 18 years. To me, that seems a bit low but it all comes down to where you live I suppose. Just a word of advice from this old man: Don’t rush on this step. There’s plenty of time to raise a child or two after 30 years old. In fact, if you and your partner can, perhaps waiting longer to do this would be advantageous as you build your reserves, etc.

Millennials are a very important segment of our population and needed to be treated so. They are the leaders and future leaders of this country and they need our support. I hope they find a more fruitful life than we have left them so far. With their intelligence and forward thinking spirit, I’m sure they’ll find a way to great prosperity in no time.

Contact Gabriel for a consultation to buy or sell a home in San Francisco or Oakland. He can be reached at gabriel@climbsf.com or 415-562-6999.

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Own a piece of historic San Francisco at Mint Plaza

I am thrilled to announce my new listing at 10 Mint Plaza, a historical location home to not only stunning condos but also the historical San Francisco Mint Building. The “Mint” was completed in 1854 to deal with the obvious need to turn raw gold into coins. In fact, in its first year of operation, the SF Mint turned four million dollars worth of gold bullions into coins. That’s a lotta coins! Follow this link to find out more about our historical site: San Francisco Mint

Just next door to the Mint building lies Mint Plaza. Also an historical row of buildings that includes 10 Mint Plaza, extensively converted in 2006 by the Martin Building Company and released for sale in 2014 know as the Sliver Building. My client purchased unit #1 during this first release and is now ready to sell.

This home is very special. A private elevator opens to a full-floor loft home with polished concrete ceilings and soaring ceilings. There are custom features in all directions like wood panel hallway walls and steel work center and hidden washer and dryer. The features and amenities go on and on. Here is a link to the original website: Sliver Building

A view and a list of features can be found here: 10 Mint Plaza

See all the great attractions that surround this wonderful home:

Contact me directly at 415-562-6999 or gabriel@climbsf.com for more information or to view the home.

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Get Connected…To Your Community

As a Realtor, I love it when I get to work in my own community. Why? Well, let me tell you.

Whether as a listing agent or a buyer’s agent, when someone is interested in my neighborhood or community I get excited. The reason for this is familiarity. I know my neighborhood, the people in it, the local shop owners, restaurant and bar owners, etc. very well. I love sharing my knowledge with people considering a purchase there or with buyers who come to visit a listing.

We all know the importance of using the internet for real estate information. It provides us statistics, listing information, and local business info amongst other things. That said, there is nothing that can replace the real people who live and work in our communities.

Get out and do some researching through immersion. Take a walk in your areas of interest with your Realtor and let them share with you their local knowledge. I love touring with clients and sharing the local knowledge I have. Technology is amazing but nothing beats the real thing. The human connection.

Contact Gabriel for your free consultation to buy or sell a home in San Francisco or Oakland.

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The Pacific – First Release Begins!

In June 2015, I posted an article highlighting an exciting new development known as The Pacific. Well, the time has come where we’ll be seeing sales opening for those lucky few who’ll be able to call this stellar new building their home. The first release in February features The Row House Collection, 10 adjacent three- and four-story residences. In Spring 2016, sales begin for the limited collection of 66 pristine flats, townhomes, and penthouses atThe Pacific.

To read more about this building in that previous post, please follow this link: The Pacific Comes to San Francisco

Some of the key features of the project mentioned in the previous post include:

Square feet:

Approx. 157,170 residential, 9 floors

Sustainable features:

LEED Gold

Adaptive re-use of the existing building.

Adjacent townhomes: LEED Silver

Electric vehicle charging stations

One dedicated City CarShare space

What is new?

Let’s move on to the new features being announced. I have been informed thatThe Pacific will be offering more outstanding resident features. These will include:

A private valeted garage

A grand lobby with concierge services

A fully appointed Guest Suite

A Yoga garden and fitness studio

A penthouse level observatory lounge with unparalleled views.

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To purchase your dream home at The Pacific, contact Gabriel at gabriel@climbsf.com or by phone at 415-562-6999.

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Home Improvements That Pay Off

For many of us it’s time to consider cashing in on a good return on our homes or investment property. Values are at an all-time high in some areas and those gains are good for our next “steps”. Making sure you maximize on those gains is a huge consideration and one way to get the best price for your listing is to do some remodeling or improvements.

The attached graph, provided by C.A.R., shows us some good projects and their returns in the Pacific region of the country. Each segment of the country has different “improvements” that will be more important so make sure to source your local Realtor and consider what  would like to have when searching for your next property. Remember though, a overly specific uses like a custom rack for your widgets may not suite everyone. In fact, it may turn off some buyers.

Take a look at that return on the Entry Door! In my opinion, that is one of those additions that can work pretty much anywhere in the United States. Security for you and your family is paramount.

A recent addition of a wooden deck to a property I’m involved with in the Bay Area has me feeling good right now after seeing the second item on the list. After all, having a new outdoor space at a home is always wonderful.

Finally, the garage door replacement seems like a no brainer to me. Having an updated door provides security into the home, likely better and more up-to-date materials, and the confidence in knowing it won’t fall on your car when pulling into the garage! The other bonus is the pleasure of looking at a brand new door. It just looks better and adds curb appeal.

Whether it’s just for your own personal use or for an upcoming listing, these home improvements are a good way to add value and some can provide you with a good return. Consider these carefully when prioritizing your next project.

Let me close with a very important consideration which is choosing the right contractor for your next job. Please see a recent blog I wrote demonstrating the things to look for and look out for when deciding on your next contractor:

Hiring the Right Contractor is a Big Deal

Contact Gabriel to buy or sell your home in San Francisco or Oakland.

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Hiring the “Right” Contractor is a Big Deal

We’ve heard a million horror stories of people who’ve hired and used the wrong contractor over the years. The time frame went weeks or even months longer than agreed upon. Budgets were doubled or tripled after all was said and done.

Don’t get the wrong idea though. Not all contractors are bad or untrustworthy. In fact, the contractors on my “team” are outstanding professionals and truly good people. Those are the people you want to work with and those are the kinds of people you will find who include the items mentioned in this very important “check list” of items you should be referring to when selecting the right contractor for your needs.

Read these points very carefully. They are all so important starting with multiple assessments and bids on price and timeline. Terms can be drastically different between contractors so get at least two if not three or more. You do this with doctors and other professionals so why would you skip this step when it comes to your home or your investment property?

I would like to suggest one more item to add to this list: Renderings! In my opinion, a good/great contractor with be able to recommend the right materials based on your needs and also provide you with a full rendering presentation of what the project will look like when it’s complete. Do not move forward until you’ve seen these and approved them! Taking a contractors word for it that ‘It’s going to look great!’ is not good enough.

My clients come to me asking for referrals and I’m happy to suggest various resources for their needs. Trust your Realtor to also do the same. Part of being a successful Realtor is having a “team” of various professionals that we’ve built trusting relationships with. Your Realtor can do a lot more for you than just fill out forms to buy or sell a property.

Contact Gabriel to buy or sell your home in San Francisco or Oakland.

gabriel@climbsf.com | 415-562-6999

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New Symphony Towers Listing for Sale!

November 15, 2015 marked the premiere of a new listing I represent with trusted colleague and listing partner, Michelle Balog. Being sold by the original owner, this 2008 construction is in exceptional condition and offers buyers a great starter home or a pied-de-tier in this fine city. Look at the views of City Hall!

Here is more information about this lovely studio condo:

Address: 650 Turk Street #T706
Neighborhood: Van Ness-Civic Center
Bedrooms: Studio
Bathrooms: 1 BA
Style: Condo
Parking: Deeded
HOA Dues: $486
Listed At: $549,000

This studio condo features incredible light, an open floor plan, and iconic views. Symphony Towers is a refined urban residence that is perfect for the urban dweller or for a pied-a-terre seeker who likes to be amidst city living with modern amenities including an elevator. Centrally located near San Francisco’s cultural center, The Performing Arts District (PAD), Symphony Towers is only a short distance from the SF Symphony, Ballet, and Opera. There is easy access to public transportation, freeways, and tech shuttles, and one of the most popular and best local coffee makers, Philz, is right by your front door!

One-car parking is an added convenience, but public transport is a cinch. The building includes a locked bicycle storage room and a controlled-access garage with City CarShare if you need use of a second car. Enjoy panoramic views of the city from the gracious roof deck where you can sunbathe, entertain with the help of the gas barbecue, or sip a beverage and watch the sunset.

Several of the City’s major cultural and governmental buildings are located in the Van Ness/Civic Center neighborhood along with the Civic Center Plaza and United Nations Plaza. The United Nations Charter was signed in the Herbst Theatre in 1945, and in 1987 it was declared a national historic landmark. Other buildings of note include City Hall, the Supreme Court of California, the War Memorial Opera House, Davies Symphony Hall, and the Art Institute of California. The area is brimming with history. It is the epicenter for culture and the arts. Take cooking classes at The San Francisco Cooking School, enjoy a famous French soul food brunch at Brenda’s, take in a performance at Great American Music Hall or the Opera House, or watch a movie, all within a few blocks of your home. Whole Foods is nearby as well. At 650 Turk you are in the center of the city and close to major highways for quick transportation.

Unit Features:

• Studio condo with iconic views of San Francisco
• Great layout with incredible light
• Open living/dining area with laminate wood flooring
• Modern kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances including Miele oven, cooktop, and hood
• Full bathroom with limestone counters and shower over tub
• In-unit Bosch washer and dryer
• Deeded 1-car parking plus bike storage
• HOA dues: $486 per month

Building Features:

• Elegant custom lobbies with maple and slate finishes
• High-speed elevator
• Landscaped courtyard and fountain
• Landscaped roof deck with stainless steel gas grill and incredible San Francisco views
• Controlled-access garage
• Locked bike storage room
• State-of-the-art building access systems
• Professional property management
• City CarShare location available to residents
• Blocks from Jefferson Square Park
• Close to many shuttle stops, gyms, cultural activities, and great restaurants and bars

For showings contact Gabriel Rojas at 415.562.6999 or gabriel@climbSF.com

Contact Gabriel to buy or sell your home in San Francisco or Oakland.

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What’s Important to the LGBT Community? Looks like Home Ownership is…

It is no question that a large segment of our residents in San Francisco are part of the LGBT community. They are a powerful force and I am honored to call many of these fine folks my dear friends. Many of my friends are home owners or look to purchase a home in the near future.

Lets take a look at some of the items that are most important to the LGBT Community when it comes to the Real Estate conversation.

Safe neighborhoods seem to be paramount in the research. Also, having access to parks is important as many same-sex couples I know that aren’t having human children call their animals their kids. Taking dogs out to the park is fun and also a lot better than doing their “doggie business” in the street. Of course, this is probably one of many reasons why a park is important but it’s something that stands out as a very San Francisco lifestyle element.

In the “Working with a Realtor” sector, it seems obvious that folks would want to work with someone who is open and willing to work with the LGBT community. Discrimination of any kind is cause for concern and a Realtor is held to the highest standard with regard to this topic. Fewer LGBT-identified folks cared if their agent was also within this distinction which says a lot about trusting who you’re working with and holding you accountable for your level of expertise as apposed to who you sleep with.

Here’s to helping EVERYONE in their pursuit of owning a home in San Francisco and EVERYWHERE!

Contact Gabriel to buy or sell your home in San Francisco.

gabriel@climbsf.com | 415-562-6999

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The “Boom” is coming! Are you ready?

As we reach the final stretch to this event, a quick reminder of who is speaking and why it is so important for anyone involved in the real estate business in or around the Bay Area to be there. We look forward to seeing you on Friday for this incredible panel discussion and a fun and celebratory reception at the SF Jazz Center!

The “Building Boom” series came about 2 years ago when the SFAR’s Member Education committee concluded that it was imperative that the real estate community in San Francisco and the Bay Area stayed current on what was being built, where it was being built, who the players where and how it effected us as real estate professionals as well as our clients. We asked other key organizations in our community like The Women’s Council of RealtorsCREAAAREAA, and YPN for help in creating the areas’ best event for our members and the Building Boom was born.

This session will mark our 3rd semi-annual event and it’s the greatest one yet. We have some of the areas greatest experts in real estate sales, development, city planning, economics, and the real estate press. And, for the first time, we are offering seats to those who are non-members of SFAR (San Francisco Association of Realtors) and our affiliate associations.

The event will be followed by a reception to celebrate with friends, make new connections, and discuss your ideas and thoughts about real estate in our great city.

We are looking forward to seeing you at this incredible event! Mark your calendar and Register Here to book tickets today.

Contact Gabriel Rojas about buying or selling your Bay Area property at gabriel@climbsf.com or by phone at 415-562-6999.

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Hey, Homebuyers! Do you know your credit score?

 It’s that time of the year again. Yup, even in places like San Francisco, we can experience a peak in home sales during the Summer. If you’re one of those homebuyers looking right now, knowing your credit score not only builds confidence but also makes applying for your home loan that much easier. Once that pre-approval letter is in-hand there’s no stopping us!

Let’s take a close look at the chart below. Is it possible that 54% out of the prospective home buyers in this study really don’t know their credit score?!?! Seriously? You really shouldn’t be considering a home purchase without this information. With more difficult standards in the loan qualification process these days, this is really one of the very first things you’ll need to find out.

Finding out is pretty simply these days. There are services like CreditKarma.com and FreeCreditReport.com (a paid service). I find that FreeCreditReport.com is more accurate than others but that is just MY experience. I’ve found that Credit Karma leans to the high side pretty significantly. I’ve also found that when using the credit scoring systems on my credit card account that include them.

Look at the numbers on the bottom of this graph. Only 28% of people polled say that they’re keeping their credit card balances low. Please keep in mind that about 35% of your credit score is effected by this factor. I’ve heard that keeping it under 30% of the max limit is the criteria. I do half of that and keep mine under 15% almost all the time. I also pay off all debt in full each month.

One factor that I do like to see when getting close to applying for a home loan is the low number of people applying for or opening a new credit card. This also goes for things like auto loans and retail store cards. I would always advise a client to avoid doing this until close of escrow. Any changes like this during the loan process and before you close can be a sure way to lose the home of your dreams. Do not do this while you’re applying or already in the loan process, please!

A couple months ago, I blogged about 6 Myths of Credit Scores. Take a look at the following link to read that article too. It’s quite helpful.

Credit Card Myths

Contact Gabriel about buying or selling your Bay Area property at gabriel@climbsf.com or by phone at 415-562-6999.

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SF Building Boom Comes to the SF Jazz Center!

I am very pleased to announce the 3rd Annual SF Building Boom Panel Discussion is coming to the SF Jazz Center on September 18th!

The “Building Boom” series came about 2 years ago when the SFAR’sMember Education committee concluded that it was imperative that the real estate community in San Francisco and the Bay Area stayed current on what was being built, where it was being built, who the players where and how it effected us as real estate professionals as well as our clients. We asked other key organizations in our community like The Women’s Council of RealtorsCREAAAREAA, and YPN for help in creating the areas’ best event for our members and the Building Boom was born.

This session will mark our 3rd annual event and it’s the greatest one yet. We have some of the areas greatest experts in real estate sales, development, city planning, economic growth, and the real estate press. And, for the first time, we are offering seats to those who are non-members of SFAR (San Francisco Association of Realtors) and our affiliate associations.

The event will be followed by a reception to celebrate with friends, make new connections, and discuss your ideas and thoughts about real estate in our great city.

Another first for us is the opportunity for sponsorship. If you have an interest in getting your real estate-related product or service in front of hundreds of real estate professionals, contact Deborah Grinnell at deborah@sfrealtors.com or by phone at 415-230-26732.

We are looking forward to seeing you at this incredible event! Mark your calendar and Register Here to book tickets today.

Contact Gabriel Rojas about buying or selling your Bay Area property at gabriel@climbsf.com or by phone at 415-562-6999.

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Million Dollar Listing San Francisco Premiere at Local Edition!

Well, what can I say about it? It was cool? It was fun? No, it was a stellar celebration for the premiere of Million Dollar Listing last week at Local Edition in San Francisco. Hosted by Climb Real Estate Group and Sindeo, we had a packed house celebrating my friend and fellow-Climber, Justin Fichelson.

Justin was absolutely great on the show and has already received many accolades and articles supporting this. The only native of San Francisco in the show, Justin has an incredible knowledge of the city and has a massive network to boot. His philanthropic work was also part of the celebration raising money for The Exploratorium on the Embarcadero. In all, $18,000 was raised for a program aimed to help high school students work there providing support and doing tours to visitors of this most amazing San Francisco attraction.

On a personal note, I am happy to announce that I appeared on the show with Justin around the half-way mark. I’m on for about 10 seconds and I think I say about two words but, hey, it’s a start! Word has it that I’ll be on episode 3 as well. Stay tuned!

I want to send a HUGE thank you to the entire production team for including me on the very first show. You are true professionals and an amazingly talented team. I look forward to working with you more on Season 2!

Justin, a job well done and congratulations again on your spot on the show! I’m wishing you great success in the SF real estate world and as a member of the Climb family!

My gorgeous date, Amy, and me arriving at the premiere last week.

For more information about buying or selling in San Francisco or Oakland, contact Gabriel at gabriel@climbsf.com or 415-562-6999.

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The Pacific comes to San Francisco!

Located at 2121 Webster Street in San Francisco, The Pacific is a new condominium building coming to market in late 2015.

In charge of the architecture and the interior design is Handel Architects. This 76-unit buildings is being called a modern luxury building according to Handel and will go into its sales phase in late 2015 and delivery is scheduled for Spring 2016.

Little is known about this project at the moment but it will be comprised of a limited number of luxury flats, two-story penthouses and three-bedroom townhouses. Some key features of the project include:

Square feet:

Approx. 157,170 residential, 9 floors

Sustainable features:

LEED Gold

Adaptive re-use of the existing building.

Adjacent townhomes: LEED Silver

Electric vehicle charging stations

One dedicated City CarShare space

One charity: water well funded (Not certain what Trumark Urban means by this but I will follow up once I’ve found out more.)

Here is a link to The Pacific:

The Pacific

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I’m very pleased to report on this new project as San Francisco continues to look for ways to increase its housing supply.

For more information on buying or selling in San Francisco, contact Gabriel at gabriel@climbsf.com or via phone at 415-562-6999.

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Is Staging a Home Important? Absolutely!

As a busy listing agent in one of the hottest markets in the world, I discuss the importance of staging with my sellers all the time. Some resist thinking that the cost isn’t worth it. This couldn’t be further from the truth. It is proven that staging costs come back to you at, typically, 5 times or more when it’s time to review offers. It may be possible to get away with not staging outside of major metropolitan areas but in a place like San Francisco, it is imperative that potential buyers envision themselves living in a home when they come to your open house and see you listing online. This one step can keep you from leaving thousands of dollars on the table. Important decision? You bet!

Staging your home can also help you to de-clutter your home and utilize furniture that is appropriately sized and up-to-date with current trends that potential buyers can connect to. Have you ever gone to a home and seen a sofa the size of an aircraft carrier in a tiny living room? I have. It takes over the room and simply doesn’t work. It makes the room seem smaller than it is and will most definitely turn buyers off.

Take a look at this graph that shows the highlights and benefits of staging and also shows the ranking of rooms to stage for more effect.

To list your home and for more helpful information about staging and selling your property, contact Gabriel at gabriel@climbsf.com or at 415-562-6999.

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Rem Koolhaas-Designed Transbay Project kicks off in 2016

More and more we see the exciting news of what is to come in San Francisco’s TransBay project area.

The 56-story tower will begin construction in 2016 and provide the city with 554 new homes. There will also be two mid-rise buildings that will be 6 and 8 stories each.

The tower is designed by Rem Koolhaas Architecture, and two mid-rise podium buildings designed by local firm Fougeron Architecture.

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Please see the link for the full article here:

http://sf.curbed.com/archives/2015/04/22/rem_koolhaasdesigned_transbay_project_lops_off_27_affordable_units.php

For more information about new development or to buy or sell in San Francisco, contact Gabriel at gabriel@climbsf.com or 415-562-6999.

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Do Millennials Prefer the Burbs over the City?

When I first saw this information my immediate reaction was one of disbelief. I mean in a place like San Francisco you see so many young people; Millennials. The idea that this group of people would prefer to live in the suburbs and in rural areas versus the city just seemed silly. Then, I took a moment to reflect about this. Why would this be happening?

Well, it turns out that a lot of the Millennial group is looking for larger space and, for some, a more simplistic way of life. They want places with more bedrooms and a larger amount of space to call home. Maybe they’re planning on a family or would like a separate room for an office and a guest room for friends and family to visit. Let us not forget that the price of real estate in places like San Francisco and the Bay Area are hitting all-time highs and many Millennials may just not be ready for the high price tags associated with buying here.

Whatever the reason, Millennials, according to CAR and the National Association of Home Builders, are changing their minds about city living and choosing to live elsewhere.

Any thoughts on the matter?

Gabriel Rojas is a top-producing Realtor in San Francisco and Oakland. He can be reached at gabriel@climbsf.com or 415-562-6999.

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Amero’s Close Out Event!

A final close-out event will happen this Wednesday at Amero at 1501 Filbert Street from 4-6 PM. This event will be spotlighting the final two remaining homes that feature amazing Golden Gate Bridge views.

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Wine and hors d’oeuvres will be provided by Plumpjack Winery.

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72 Townsend if finally here!

As some of you may remember, I wrote about this new mid-rise development a year ago when I had a listing next door to the site of this new condo building. The much-anticipated completion is around the corner and sales are starting now. For more information or for a tour of the sales office, please contact me at 415-562-6999 or via email at gabriel@climbsf.com.

I’m looking forward to putting my buyer clients into this amazing new building!

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