Tags: City Life Tool, NerdWallet, San Francisco | Filed in: Market Insights, San Francisco
January 31, 2013 by Pacific Union
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A financial information website this week ranked San Francisco the third-best city for job seekers, which bodes well for the city’s housing market.
Tags: Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area, Christie's, Columbia University, International Women’s Forum, Larkin Street Youth Services, Nina Hatvany, Pacific Union, Patrick Barber, San Francisco, Stanford, TRI Coldwell Banker, uc berkeley | Filed in: Bay Area, Bay Area Real Estate Market Reports, Pacific Union International, San Francisco
January 29, 2013 by Pacific Union
We welcome Nina Hatvany, the top individual residential real estate agent in San Francisco, who has joined the Pacific Union International family.
Tags: AQ Restaurant & Bar, BrainWash, Coco500, Folsom Street Fair, Fringale, Heublein Building, Jackson Brewery, Lighthouse Lofts, Patrick Barber, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, SoMa, SoMa Grand, South of Market, South of the Slot, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts | Filed in: Bay Area neighborhoods, San Francisco
January 7, 2013 by Pacific Union
San Francisco’s popular South of Market, or SoMa, neighborhood offers an eclectic mix of hip eateries and clubs, swanky condominiums, and funky reminders of its past life as an industrial area.
Tags: Books Inc., Bryan's Grocery, Cal-Mart, California, Clay Theatre, Fillmore Street, Garibaldi's Restaurant, Julius Kahn Playground, Laurel Village, Magic Flute Garden Ristorante, Mickey Drexler, Noah's New York Bagels, Patrick Barber, presidio heights, Rigolo Cafe & Restaurant, Sacramento Street, Spruce, Vogue Theatre, Willis Polk, Yoko's Flowers | Filed in: Bay Area neighborhoods, San Francisco
December 26, 2012 by Pacific Union
With its spacious homes, stunning views, and excellent shops and restaurants, Presidio Heights remains one of San Francisco’s toniest neighborhoods.
Tags: AkshayKothari, Apple, CBRE, google, Hayes Valley, Jonathan Ive, Mark Pincus, Mid-Market, Mission, Noe Valley, Pacific Union International, Patrick Barber, Pinterest, Pulse, real estate, San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Square, tech, Twitter, USA Today, Wall Street Journal, Zynga | Filed in: Real Estate Trends, San Francisco
December 20, 2012 by Pacific Union
Tech companies like Pinterest and Square are increasingly choosing San Francisco over Silicon Valley for office space. How will that affect residential real estate in the city?
Tags: Baker Beach, Burke's, China Beach, Clement Street, El Mansour, Katherine Delmar Burke School, Kirk Hammett, Lands End, Legion of Honor, Lincoln Park, Metallica, Oyaji, Patrick Barber, Robin Williams, Sea Cliff, Sharon Stone, Tee Off Bar and Grill | Filed in: Bay Area neighborhoods, San Francisco
November 19, 2012 by Pacific Union
San Francisco’s tony Sea Cliff neighborhood boasts some of the city’s most sweeping views and its grandest homes.
Tags: Andrew Sirkin, Gellman, Goldstein, Gordon Friedman, Harris & McSparran, Jeff Woo, Melbostad, Patrick Barber, Rosemarie MacGuinness, San Francisco Association of Realtors, Sirkin & Associates, tenancies in common, tenancy in common, tenants in common, TIC | Filed in: Industry Information, San Francisco
November 15, 2012 by Pacific Union
Tenancies-in-common, also called tenants-in-common or TICs, remain a popular housing option in San Francisco – but they can prove befuddling to the uninitiated. We give you the lowdown.
Tags: cable cars, classic San Francisco, crookedest street in the world, Greens Sports Bar, Hyde Street, Lombard Street, Polk Street, Polkers, Russian Hill, San Francisco Art Institute, Seven Hills, SFAI, Swenson's | Filed in: Bay Area neighborhoods, San Francisco
November 12, 2012 by Pacific Union
A classic San Francisco neighborhood, Russian Hill offers stunning views, vibrant businesses, and plenty of local history.
Tags: bay views, Pacific Heights, penthouse | Filed in: Home of the Week, San Francisco
October 22, 2012 by Pacific Union
This gorgeous, two-story penthouse in San Francisco’s Pacific Heights presents sweeping, 360-degree bay vistas and cityscapes.
Tags: Defina, Forbes magazine, Galerie de la Raza, hipster neighborhoods, La Taqueria, Mission District, Roxie Theater, San Francisco, Tartine Bakery & Cafe | Filed in: Bay Area neighborhoods, San Francisco
October 17, 2012 by Pacific Union
With its rich cultural background, amazing array of restaurants and bars, and arty vibe, it’s no wonder San Francisco’s Mission District landed a No. 2 ranking on Forbes’ America’s Best Hipster Neighborhoods list.
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