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714 Steiner Street with San Francisco in the background, photo by Rob Jordan

Famed San Francisco Painted Lady Hits the Market for $3.55 Million

The Pink Painted Lady on Postcard Row has hit the market again. 714 Steiner Street was purchased by Leah Culver, a senior Twitter engineer in January of 2020. Culver shared her efforts to renovate the project on social media, along with approved permits to restore the project with design by David Armour Architecture. Now, the San Francisco landmark is on the market again for $3.55 million, the same price it sold for over two years ago.

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136 Delmar Street

Meeting Scheduled Today For 136 Delmar Street In Ashbury Heights, San Francisco

Permits have been filed seeking the approval of a residential project at 136 Delmar Street in Ashbury Heights, San Francisco. The project proposal includes the development of a three-story two-family dwelling. Plans also call for the demolition of the existing one-story single-family residence. The Armour-Chorebanian Family Revocable Trust is the project applicant. David Armour Architecture is responsible for the design concepts and construction.

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The Seven Sisters pictured on a rainy Friday afternoon, image by Andrew Campbell Nelson

Permits Filed to Rehabilitate A Painted Lady from the Seven Sisters, Western Addition, San Francisco

A planning application has been filed for the rehabilitation of 714 Steiner Street, one of the iconic Seven Sisters along Alamo Square in the Western Addition neighborhood in San Francisco. The filing describes eight different alterations to make the two units habitable. While there is no proposed alteration to the front facade, there will be changes to the ground-level entrance, rooftop, and back. David Armour Architecture is responsible for the design, with historical consultation by Architecture + History LLC.

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