Above a Bar? In the middle of an industrial neighborhood? Off a lobby? Through a garage? What are some of the weirder places you would live? Is hiring a crane to move your furniture in a deal breaker? Give a San Franciscan a little bit of space, and pretty soon you’ll have a pretty awesome home. San Franciscan’s are creative urban dwellers, and we chat about a few of the more challenging places and spaces where people live in San Francisco.
No links to share for properties above bars at 16th and Guerrero, but if that’s what you are looking for, let us know!
Buildings with homes off the lobby:
What’s for sale at The Infinity:
Mentioned in the context of the BMR units built at 888 7th and 1600 Market St.
What’s for sale at 888 7th:
A large development that consists primarily of BMR homes with some market rate homes.
What’s for sale in Noe Valley?
That cottage on Clipper? That’s a Noe Valley address – here’s everything else on the market right now in Noe Valley.
Episode 4 of our podcast – where we talk about a BMR sale that was also a foreclosure with an out of area listing agent – comes up towards the end when we talk about BMR developments.
Over the years we’ve some some homes in interesting places. When you live in a city where space is a premium, people try their best not to waste space. Creative uses of space lead to some very creative homes, but not all of the creative solutions will work for everyone. Would you like a home directly above a nightclub? Behind another home? In a development that is primarily below market rate? Surrounded by industrial lots?
We hope you enjoy Episode 09 of Escrow Out Loud, San Francisco Real Estate Stories.