An epic but ultimately failed proposal by filmmaker George Lucas to build a museum in San Francisco was properly handled by the Presidio Trust, federal investigators have concluded. Despite complaints … Click to Continue »...
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The Presidio Trust’s board was not misled by its employees when it decided to reject George Lucas’ bid to build a waterfront museum within the unusual national park, federal investigators say. A Department of the Interior review of the...Show More Summary
50 shades of grey, but in a good way Look, we get it. Yes, we hear you. Antiseptic renovations—the ones so popular these days, wreaking irreversible havoc on many of our city’s historic Victorians—are a problem. But sometimes, once in...Show More Summary
The aughts saw a plethora of new sustainable MBA programs launch and expand. Is Presidio Graduate School's acquisition of Pinchot University (formerly known as Bainbridge Graduate Institute) the sign of things to come?
Less than two years after buying Presidio Holdings, Apollo Global Management is weighing an initial public offering of the information-technology services firm, according to people familiar with the matter.
Stunning 1906 remodel drops asking On the heels of this Presidio Terrace mansion pruning, yet another bonkers home on the market sliced a whopping $2 million off its asking—Pacific Heights’ 2480 Broadway. As SocketSite points out, the tony 1906 home, renovated by Charlie Barnett and Associates, landed on the market in May for $15 million. Show More Summary
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SAN FRANCISCO — Augmented reality company Magic Leap is creating a "secret" lab on Lucasfilm's campus in San Francisco's Presidio neighborhood, its CEO told a Fortune conference recently, as investor interest in the sector grows. CEO...Show More Summary
No, sadly, Taylor Swift wasn't the buyer After four long years, someone has bought the lustrous but embattled mansion at 3800 Washington Street. Thus ends one of the longest and weirdest listing dramas in the history of San Francisco...Show More Summary
Colonial Revival in the city's only real gated community makes a drastic cut Major price cut inside one of San Francisco’s toniest neighborhoods. The 1909 Colonial Revival at 26 Presidio Terrace, which Curbed SF featured in May, hasShow More Summary
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A Presidio Heights stunner with true San Francisco history, and a condo that makes history of its own by actually managing to sell for less than half a million. The Hamilton building Photo by throgers Welcome to the High & the Low, a Curbed SF column chronicling the most and least expensive homes sold in San Francisco in the last seven days. Show More Summary
Oof. This one is a beauty. Photo via Theo Built in 1923 and gloriously renovated, this three-bedroom, three-bath Edwardian condo at 124 Ninth Avenue sits in Lake District, a sliver of a neighborhood sandwiched between the Presidio and Presidio Heights. Another point of interest is the in-law on the bottom floor. Show More Summary
The restaurant is still going strong, offering a kind of San Francisco version of a country club experience. [ more › ]
If your pop loves golf, then 26 Presidio Terrace may be the ultimate Father’s Day gift for those with close to $17 million to spend on dear old dad. The 1909 Colonial Revival-style home is located just a few blocks south of the Presidio Golf Course and has its own private putting green in the
Corner unit with high ceilings and crown moldings will bring you back to San Francisco's glamorous era Photo via Redfin A corner unit at 3025 Jackson, right on the border of Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights, lands on the market this week. Show More Summary
"Y'all," the Facebook star exclaimed upon seeing the Presidio Yoda fountain. "My world is officially the weirdest thing in the entire galaxy." [ more › ]
After less than three weeks on the market, 3610 Washington St.—the mid-century masterpiece we told you about earlier this month—has sold for $11.3 million, nearly $4 million over the $7.5-million asking price. The home received seven offers over the asking price, according to sellers’ agent Ted Bartlett, who added that the winning buyers are admirers
Mansion in San Francisco's only real gated community features 4 floors and 18 rooms Photo via Redfin A rare treat today, folks, as a mansion inside Presidio Terrace, San Francisco's only gated community, lands on the market today for...Show More Summary