Blogs Tagged: South Beach

South Beach - South, Baseball and Art, but no Beach

Posted On: Wednesday, July 20, 2016 - 5:00pm | Posted By: mattfuller

If South of Market is shorthand in SF lingo to SoMa, why didn’t South Beach become SoBe? The difficulty would come with pronunciation: Soh-bee, Soh-bay, Sohb,... perhaps that is why it hasn’t

Buyers Snap Up 1BR Condos in San Francisco

Posted On: Monday, January 13, 2014 - 7:30am | Posted By: ebermingham
Topics: Buyers and Sellers

Here's what to expect in the San Francisco 1BR condo market.

San Francisco Real Estate Gem: Mission Creek

Posted On: Wednesday, November 6, 2013 - 9:52am | Posted By: ryanfay
Topics: Community Information

When people in the Bay Area think about houseboats, Sausalito is generally the first thing that pops into mind. Mission Creek is a smaller and less notable houseboat community, but it is located in the heart of San Francisco, meaning no bridge or tunnel required to get back to these floating luxury homes.

Zephyr Real Estate Lists 230 Ritch Street Property

Posted On: Friday, January 27, 2012 - 8:30am | Posted By: melodyfoster
Topics: Press Release

San Francisco, CA – January 26, 2012230 Ritch Street, an architect’s dream home in the South Beach neighborhood, is now on the market and represented by Zephyr Real Estate. Designed by Santos Prescott and Associates under the direction of Adèle Naudé Santos, FAIA, it is a splendid amalgam of beauty and utility.

The 5 Best Neighborhoods for NY Transplants

Posted On: Tuesday, April 26, 2011 - 6:00am | Posted By: ebermingham
Topics: Buyers and Sellers

I moved to San Francisco from New York thirteen years ago, and frequently work with many New Yorkers who have relocated here. New York is definitely a world of its own, and I must admit that I was a bit worried when I moved to San Francisco.

Lofty Deals

Posted On: Wednesday, October 27, 2010 - 11:54am | Posted By: kevinkoerner
Topics: Buyers and Sellers, Market Statistics

It has been a quiet six months for the San Francisco loft market, with only 81 sales since mid-April – down from 220 the same time last year. A vast majority of the action in the loft market has centered around District 9.