“I woke up today to see this Amazon smile in the house across the street. You can’t tell from the picture but the second floor looks like full of desks with computers.”
First Market Street, and now Vallejo?
Who will solve this mystery?
Get up-to-speed on the massive Urban School Oak Street expansion here and also from Camden Avery at the Hoodline
This has been the scene in the Upper Haight / SoPA (South of Panhandle Area – srsly, some people actually use this term) lately:
And here’s how things looked yesterday – we’re all set to go:
See that, the entire crib has been mounted on rails. The entire house is going to start moving today, Monday, July 20th, 2015 at 8:00 AM, or at least that was the plan at the close of bidness a few days ago.
Here’s your detail:
All right, bon courage L’ecole Urbaine!
Where they’ll move it to – no one can say:
It won’t be long now…
And here’s Carl Fredricksen’s house in the east bay as seen from a scene in Up
And this is 1637 Oak as it looks right now – The Urban School’s Oak Street Project worksite complete surrounds the place now:
It was built in 1904 – this is no way to celebrate your eleventy-first birthday, I’ll tell you. All the deets:
(Well, that’s what they call obsolete in the real estate biz.)
Anyway, this house is empty now, and they’re fixing to move it someplace, I don’t know where, this summer.
Then this parcel will look like this, sort of:
(I’d add about ten times as many cars to this depiction, but that’s just me.)
IDK how they’ll move it – I suggest balloons:
“Over the past two years, Urban and St. Agnes have shared our plans with local community groups and our neighbors. We are committed to keeping our community informed throughout the approval process and are available to answer your questions. We invite you to contact us at any time via phone (415 626 2919) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
BluesNotes for Neighbors
Oak Street Project In the News
Well, here’s the question:
And here’s the answer: One Million Dollars
You know, for a really small one.
Oh, I have some notes:
1. The IS is a “recently-discovered” gem? Um, no.
2. And just saying, but not capitalizing the word “Realtor” is among the most serious crimes in the RE racket. Of course this article has been fixed already, but I’ll give it a try: realtor. [R]ealtor, realtor, realtor!
3. And when people talk about “good Realtors,” does that imply that there are bad realtors out there? Who are they? I want names.
4. And, speaking of good and bad, the odds of a kid of the Inner Sunset getting admitted to the “good” elementary school in the area, you know, assuming you put it down as your #1 choice in the public school “lottery,” are one in 500, like literally. Oh, so that’s why the word “school” wasn’t mentioned once in the entire ad / marketing effort / article?
5. And hey, is like right now a “good time to buy” residential real estate? Oh, it is? And actually it’s a “great time to buy?” OK then. (NB: All realtors always say “it’s a good time to buy” in the area where they sell. Always. I’ll just point out that, at least sometimes, this is 100% incorrect.)
6. And four photos but only one with fog? OK fine!