San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 20, 2013
Sean Sullivan, Senior Sales Leader with Climb Real Estate Group in San Francisco was recently featured in a KRON4 news report featuring reporter Maureen Kelly about the second Rincon Tower which was put on hold five years ago after the housing recession of 2008. The second building, known as Rincon II has resumed construction. Rincon I finally sold out last fall. According to the KRON4 news report from late April(1), Rincon II was initially going to be condominiums for individual sale, but since resuming construction, the developers have changed their minds and have decided to make the units available for lease instead of for sale. Rincon is represented for sale by Polaris Pacific. Available now at ICON, these 1 and 2 bedroom homes feature contemporary, tasteful finishes located adjacent to shopping, transit, services, food and drink. Amazing views toward the top of the 6 story building. Represented for sale by Paragon Real Estate Group’s Suzanne Gregg and Jason Gorski.
Sullivan comments in the KRON4 news report that he would not be surprised if the developers change their minds again if there is a chance for them to get a better rate of return by selling instead of leasing. As it stands now it is not known what the market conditions will be in a year and beyond and if it will be more favorable to the developers to lease or sell. Sean Sullivan specializes in San Francisco real estate new construction and more information about other new properties can be found on his website. Century Condominiums, a chevron shaped building will open for sales late this summer. They are 1 and 2 bedroom floor plans at the crossroads of Duboce Triangle and Upper Market. The View Penthouses feature commanding views and large private terraces. Represented for sale by Vanguard Properties’ Jean-Paul Samaha and Ed Deleski.
Another event to make international news featuring Sean Sullivan is the $82,000 parking space which recently sold in a condominium garage in San Francisco’s trendy South Beach neighborhood, near the Giants’ ballpark. This news was reported in the online news outlets Huffington Post, Britain’s Daily Mail, San Francisco Chronicle, the CBS Evening News, the Los Angeles Times and the Washington Post, among others. Sullivan commented in the Washington Post(2) "We had a very good response. It was only in the market two weeks." Sullivan added that at the height of the property boom he sold a parking spot in the same building for $95,000. In the UK’s Daily Mail(3) Sullivan said the space was in a good part of the garage, and said the company struggled at first to put a price on it. The Linea condominiums are perhaps the most architecturally stunning residential development along Upper Market, Linea offers myriad views and floor plans to suit buyers who crave privacy or who want to be front-and-center in this dynamic location. Glass curtain wall construction allows for floor-to-ceiling glass in most homes. With the historic Art Deco San Francisco Mint and a new Whole Foods as neighbors, Linea graces an already remarkable location. Represented by for sale by Polaris Pacific.
About Sean Sullivan San Francisco Real Estate Agent
Sean Sullivan serves as Climb Real Estate Group’s Senior Sales Leader, where he oversees the brokerage’s agents and resale business. With more than fifteen years in the real estate industry, Sullivan has sold over $600 million in real estate and built a reputation for his sales leadership in the Bay Area — from San Francisco, San Mateo, and San Jose.
Sullivan has extensive experience in a variety of real estate transactions, both on the buying and on the selling sides, and expertly collaborates with attorneys, brokers, and the real estate community at large. He has strong relationships with developers and buyers alike, who trust his honesty, market knowledge and vast experience in negotiating, renovating and problem solving.
As Senior Sales Leader, he is very involved in the real estate community as a member of SFAR, CAR, and NAR. He is also active in SPUR San Francisco Planning & Urban Research Association, California Preservation Foundation, The National Trust for Historic Preservation, Jewish Vocational Services, SF Bicycle Coalition and Panhandle Park Stewards. Today, he continues to provide advice to his broker peers and volunteers his time teaching and participating in seminars.
Originally a Connecticut Yankee, he has lived in San Francisco for 15 years. His interests include family, urban planning, fitness. He has also been fortunate to travel to over 30 countries. He currently resides in the North Panhandle.
Sean Sullivan, Senior Sales Leader
Climb Real Estate Group
San Francisco, CA