Vi Pavlicevich San Francisco Real Estate Expert: New Condominiums in the Mission District

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Vi Pavlicevich, San Francisco real estate expert says that the San Francisco real estate market is hot and getting hotter. There are new condominium developments all over the city, including the newest at 411 Valencia Street in the Mission District.

“The San Francisco real estate market is not slowing down. New developments are popping up all over the city.”

Vi Pavlicevich, San Francisco real estate expert says that the San Francisco real estate market is hot and getting hotter. There are new condominium developments all over the City, the newest being 411 Valencia in the Mission District, located at the busy Valencia and 15th Street corridor. Sales expectations are very high, based on the high demand for the nearby development at 299 Valencia Street.

The San Francisco real estate market is not slowing down. The development at 411 Valencia will have 16 new condominiums. The development at 299 Valencia, a 36 unit building, came on the market last Spring 2012, and sold out very quickly.

411 Valencia will be a five-story elevator building consisting of 16 one bedroom and two bedrooms residences. Each residence will have floor to ceiling windows with high efficiency window systems, gas burning fireplaces, Caesar Stone counter tops, Liebherr refrigerators, Bertazzoni gas ranges, Bosch dishwasher, Hans Grohe faucets, and custom designed kitchen and bathroom cabinets. Amenities include roof terrace with panoramic views, bike storage, and parking garage.

The development is close to the tech bus shuttles, 16th and Mission Bart/Muni station, Highway 101, and public transportation along Market St. An eclectic mix of cafes, restaurants, and bike shops run along Valencia. Grab a coffee at Carlin’s Café, buy groceries at T&M Market, and dine at Pauline’s Pizza Pie and Coda.

Some of the other new developments around the City include the SOMA micro-unit apartment development at 38 Harriet Street, expected to finish this month. The luxury Madrone development in Mission Bay has also seen very high demand, especially for the one bedroom units.

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