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Noe Valley woman 1st to beat Ellis Act eviction through trial

A San Francisco woman appears to have made history as the first person to successfully fend off an Ellis Act eviction through a jury trial. On Thursday, a jury found that Betty Rose Allen would not have to vacate her Noe Valley apartment,...Show More Summary

Is Glen Park the new Noe Valley? This house might prove it is

This past summer Glen Park saw its first sale over the $5-million mark. Then, in September, a unique block-long estate with a French neoclassical single-family and a three-unit multi-family in the neighborhood came to market asking $12.5 million. And now, a newly built home, dubbed Laidley Manor, has come on asking $10 million. Between the

70 pounds of methamphetamine seized in Noe Valley drug bust

A police raid on residence in the Noe Valley neighborhood of San Francisco led to the arrest of one man and the seizure of about 70 pounds of methamphetamine, two pounds of heroin and more than $46,000 in cash, officials said Monday. Narcotics officers served a search warrant on a home near 25th and Sanchez streets on Nov. Show More Summary

Complete Noe Valley Victorian overhaul seeks $3.7 million

Now comes with soaring ceilings and an architectural staircase What once was a homey Victorian-era traditional home in Noe Valley has transformed into a gleaming new construction for the well-coffered set. Purchased in 2016 for a tidy $1,850,000, today’s the Dumican Mosey Architects-redesinged home is asking almost triple. Show More Summary

What $5,200 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Noe Valley to the Marina Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio is another person's townhouse? Today's...Show More Summary

Famed Glen Park Chenery House lands on market for $12.5 million

Campy abode built for the man who wrote the Rice-A-Roni jingle Right on the border between Noe Valley and Glen Park sits one of the city's most gaga properties: the Chenery House. Built in 1987 for Robert Pritikin, the former adman who...Show More Summary

Finally: Long Vacant Noe Valley Real Food To Be Sold, Redeveloped As Housing

It's sat vacant since 2003 when the Utah-based company who bought the business decided to shut it down as employees attempted to unionize. [ more › ]

What $3,900 rents you in San Francisco right now

Five new rentals, from Jackson Square to Noe Valley Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a regular column exploring what you can rent for a set dollar amount in different neighborhoods. Is one person's studio is another person's townhouse?...Show More Summary

Noe Valley Victorian sells for nearly $1 million over the asking price

Realtor Ken Eggers knew that his new Noe Valley listing would sell for over its asking price when he listed it at $2.295 million in mid-July. But even he did not foresee the four-bedroom, four-bath Victorian selling for close to $1 million over that figure until the first week of the marketing period began. “Initially

The King of Noe Valley: How on Earth Did This RMC Signage Get Approved? – Larger Than Life, Twice as Ugly

TweetVox populi: “Talk about an easy to find building. The sign is hokey but totally works when you’re driving around looking for RMC” Not that I care, but: Actually, this dude is starting to seem like a total baller to me now. Now I want HIM on my side during my next real estate transaction. […]

Renovated Noe Valley Victorian seeks $3.4 million

Classic abode undergoes major makeover This circa-1910 Victorian, located in Noe Valley, has done way with the past in lieu of a sleek, contemporary look. Billed by the realtor as an “Edwardian-era cottage,” 564 Valley features fourShow More Summary

You’ve got to see the before and afters of this stripped-to-the-studs SF ‘neo-Victorian’

From the outside, 228 Day Street looks much as it did when it was built way back in 1895 with plenty of gingerbread trim and other period details. But on the inside the Noe Valley home has been so completely changed it has been dubbed a “neo-Victorian” on its listing site. Take a look at

Climbing wall, solarium dining room among the unique touches in this $1.6-million Noe home

If you become the new owner of 437 Valley Street in Noe Valley, you can probably go ahead and cancel your gym membership. Between the steep hills in the neighborhood, the three flights of stairs down to the backyard and the home’s built-in climbing wall, we have a feeling your fitness level will be just

Noe Valley Victorian ‘sisters’ sold

Beloved home with stained glass, period details, and cow emblems galore finds a buyer That sound you hear is yours truly’s heart shattering after hearing word that the downright stunning Noe Valley “sisters,” located at 656-658a Elizabeth, sold this month. Show More Summary

Preserved Queen Anne on the market for $4.575 million in Noe Valley explodes with color inside

Built in 1895, The Henning Thode House, designed by Henry Geilfuss, offers an incredibly preserved Queen Anne Victorian rich in history. And it could now be yours to make the next chapter, if you have a spare$4.575 million. Henning Thode In 1870, Henning Thode immigrated to the U.S. from Germany. He started as a driver

Just smelling food can make you fat, UC Berkeley study says

On the bustling streets of San Francisco, people can sense what’s grilling, baking and frying in restaurants from North Beach to Noe Valley without even looking at the menus, as myriad cuisines serve up a smorgasbord of aromas for the nostrils. [...]Show More Summary

Lunchtime Links: Cable Car Collision Causes Rush-Hour Delays

Also, a Good Samaritan was beaten with a cane for trying to stop a fight on Sixth Street yesterday, and the owners of a Noe Valley building who chopped down a city-owned tree get fined $8K. [ more › ]

City fines Noe Valley building management $8,000 for illegal tree chopping

Spokesperson says illegal logging of Clipper Street favorite was accidental Back in June, the unexpected and illegal removal of a particularly tall and fine old tree in front of a Clipper Street apartment building startled and angered...Show More Summary

Ducks appear in Noe Valley, Sacramento migrants, a pricey aide, and more

Four things to know today Welcome to Curbed Cuts, a tri-weekly digest connecting the dots between shelter, structure, parks, transportation, and more. An aide’s work is never done Back in the presumably dark days before 2010, a San Francisco supervisor was restricted—by law—to only two aides to help them juggle constituent demands. Show More Summary

New Noe Valley construction, highest home on Dolores Street, asks $6.9 million

Featuring 360-degree views of the city Photos by Jacob Elliott Out of the ashes of a 1912 home in Noe Valley rises this sleek, gleaming edifice. Christened the PivotHouse, the new abode at 1156 Dolores has been rebuilt from the ground...Show More Summary

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