Posts Tagged ‘Fair Oaks’

Move In Right Next Door to Mark Zuckerberg in the Mission for Just $3.5 Million? Open House Tomorrow, March 8th

Monday, March 7th, 2016

Shown in the middle here – Zuck’s place (under construction at the time of the photo) is on the left

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(And consider that the Zuckerbergs paid $10 mil.)

All the deets on Your New Home:

3442 21st St,
San Francisco, CA 94110
5,139 sqft


Experience the pinnacle of San Francisco living – be inspired by bridge-to-bridge views from this trophy property atop the Liberty Hill Historic District. This grand scale Marina-style building sits on a 30′ x 114′ lot and features two full-floor flats and a two-level garden apartment (unwarranted). The home is detached on 3 sides providing abundant light and a serene sense of openness to each of the units. The top 2 floors feature over-sized, light-filled rooms, hardwood floors, crown molding, and wood burning fireplaces. A lush rear garden, abundant storage, workshop and parking for 3 cars finish this home perfectly. Located at the crest of Fair Oaks, the home is dramatic from the entry facade to the panoramic views from each level

3/8 12pm-1:30pm

Lot: 3,419 sqft
Multi Family
Built in 1928
3 days on Zillow
Views since listing: 864
All time views: 865
6 shoppers saved this home
Price/sqft: $680
MLS #: 442697″

Google Maps Car Catches Mark Zuckerberg’s Security Team Car Illegally Parking in the Mission – Also, Illegal Window Tinting?

Thursday, January 14th, 2016

Here you go, start here.

And now check it out:

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Is that a legal space? Nope.


Now let’s talk window tinting for the driver and front passenger windows.

Just raising the issue.

Looks pretty dark to me.

OTOH, he _did_ just buy naming rights at SFGH – so those are your pros and cons…

Jerry Brown Throws Down: Restaurant-Owning Sikder Family Sued – Yellowtail Tartare and Kobe Beef Carpaccio No Defense

Monday, October 4th, 2010

Our California Attorney General Jerry Brown can’t abide those who own high-end Hollywood resturants and car washes and stuff, but who don’t want to follow our Wage and Hour laws.

So he’s going after the Sikder family today.

This is Koi restaurant, not to be confused with Orange County’s Koisan, which is “not affiliated with Koi Restaurant,, Sikder Holdings, Inc., or any of Sikder Koi Marks.” OK then.

El Protector de la Gente, Jerry Brown:

via Thomas Hawk

All the deets:

Brown Sues Car Washes Run by Owners of High-End Hollywood Restaurant for Failing to Pay Workers

LOS ANGELES – Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today filed a $6.6 million lawsuit against eight car washes owned by members of the Sikder family — proprietors of the Hollywood restaurant named Koi — after an investigation revealed a “widespread pattern of worker exploitation,” unpaid wages and illegal business practices. 

“While Koi served up yellowtail tartare and Kobe beef carpaccio to Hollywood celebrities, the restaurant’s owners routinely denied wages, breaks and overtime pay to workers at their unlicensed car washes,” Brown said. “Today’s lawsuit seeks to end this widespread pattern of worker exploitation.” 

Brown’s lawsuit caps a five-month investigation of eight Sikder-owned car washes in Fair Oaks, Folsom, Irvine, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Santa Monica, San Ramon and Venice

Investigators interviewed more than 80 workers and found the car washes routinely denied workers minimum wage and overtime, failed to pay wages owed to those who quit or were terminated, denied rest and meal breaks, and created false records of time worked. 

Ever more deets, after the jump