The Bi-Rite Effect

January 24, 2019

No Love For Safeway…

Muni Wins Something!

January 17, 2019

Muni gets the most mentions in San Francisco real estate marketing remarks. Is it the most popular transit around or…?

The Beef Isn’t Here: Vegetarian & Vegan in San Francisco

December 5, 2017

Whether you’re a full-time vegetarian or just like to dine at vegetarian restaurants sometimes, San Francisco has got you covered. There used to be a time when “vegetarian” made most people think of bean sprouts, salads, and tofu. Today, many restaurants offer incredible vegetarian options with plenty of innovative flavors.

Discovering the Hidden Gems of East Bay

September 10, 2017

San Francisco is the center of my universe, and apparently, life continues across the Bay Bridge. Lest we be accused of forgetting about the East Bay, here’s a post with a few things we’re told are awesome over there.  Berkeley and Oakland are apparently not the entire east bay, there’s much more to it! San […]

Surrealistic Summer Solstice 2017 Concert at Conservatory of Flowers in GG Park.

June 29, 2017

San Francisco Surrealistic Summer Solstice 2017 concert at the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park. YouTube Video: Additional Episode Info: A medley of musical songs that hearken back to the 1960’s with a light show projected onto the conservatory of flowers. Nearby Neighborhoods: About the Conservatory of Flowers: adapted from SF Park and Rec […]

What’s Going on for 4th of July in San Francisco?

June 26, 2017

The 4th of July always brings plenty of events and fireworks to the Bay area. When you’re considering where to go to watch the fireworks and which events you want to attend, make sure you consider all the options. Here’s a look at some of the top events and fireworks displays throughout the San Francisco area for 2017.

Top 5 Speakeasies Found in San Francisco, CA

June 16, 2017

Heading out to a speakeasy in San Francisco for a cocktail might take you back to a simpler time. Even with Prohibition long gone, many residents love the idea of going to a “secret” bar. While these hidden San Francisco speakeasies may not be super secretive, they are still fun to enjoy. The history behind […]

How San Francisco Should Look…

April 14, 2017

How San Francisco should look is an argument (almost) as old as time. San Francisco is a town that struggles with its progressive dreams and conservative foundations. That’s what happens when a few shopkeepers put down roots and build a town to serve the gold-miners that used to show up looking for literal gold but now […]

Landmark Trees of San Francisco

March 1, 2017

Did you know San Francisco offers landmark tree status for the best trees? In true San Francisco fashion, the Chronicle has the story of a neighborhood dispute that offers a great way to learn all about landmark tree status! In short, a Russian Hill woman has petitioned to have a Redwood tree given landmark status. […]

Future Parking

February 8, 2017

Walk to the future! We wrote a few months back about changes coming to future parking options, and the Board of Supervisors today approved those changes. The planning and new construction approval process now has a bunch of new ways to incent developers to offer transit-friendly amenities, more space for bikes, and less parking for […]

Walk to the Future

November 18, 2016

If you’ve driven across San Francisco lately, you’ve noticed that traffic is congested enough that bicycles zoom past you and pedestrians will catch up with you at each light. If you think traffic is un-fun right now, just imagine 2040 when our streets will make room for 102,000 new city residents and 191,000 new jobs. […]

Our Grandmother’s Jade

February 11, 2016

While the right home begins with beds, baths and parking spots it never ends there. At least, not at our brokerage.