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Features

North Beach Vacant lot. Currently used as a parking lot. Rented to a Parking Co.. No Lease.(m/m). Parks apprx 14 cars. Zoned Rm1. Can be bought with the Apt House across the street at 20 Romolo. Current use as commercial parking expires March 2022 per the city.Check with City Planning about Development potential.

The information contained in this offering material is furnished solely for review by a prospective purchaser of the subject property. All information has been obtained from sources believed to be accurate and reliable. However, it is the Seller and Buyer’s duty to verify and analyze all facts presented herein with thorough independent investigations and the counsel of professionals such as engineers, tax accountants and lawyers. Neither the Seller nor GM Green Real Estate Inc. guarantee or warrant the contents of this package. The seller and the agent reserve the right to accept, counter or reject any offer at their sole discretion.

Neighborhood


North Beach

At the center of Broadway and Columbus, North Beach spreads out from the Bay to the bottom of Telegraph Hill, and features authentic Italian cuisine, the spiritual home of the Beat movement, and a boisterous nightlife. 

There's a live-and-let-live attitude that prevails here. While tourists can be spotted peering into their guidebooks at the intersection of Columbus Avenue and Broadway, which is lively on the weekends, just a block away, the real neighborhood begins. Houses are perched on the quiet streets that make the precarious climb up Telegraph Hill, offering jaw-dropping views for those lucky enough to live here. And the authentic North Beach can still be found in the neighborhood haunts: Tosca Cafe, a bar that favors opera lovers; Caffe Trieste, the best place to get an espresso; and City Lights, the famed independent bookstore and publisher of Alan Ginsberg's “Howl.” And for those who seek it out, there's plenty of authentic Italian dining and delis, a heritage of the wave of immigrants who arrived here from Liguria, Turin, and Lombardy in the 1920s and ‘30s.

As for the beach, that's long gone. Once the waters of the bay lapped up against Taylor and Francisco Street, but today, that waterfront has long since been replaced by a 19th century landfill..



Schedule

Offer Submission Date:

Tuesday April 18, 2017 by 6:00 PM

Tuesday Brokers Tour:

Check with Listing Agent at 20 Romolo - apartment complex across the street from 65 Fresno.
April 4, 2017  9:00 - 11:00

April 11, 2017 9:30 - 11:00

Thursday Showings:

April 6, 2017 12:00 - 2:00

April 13, 2017 12:00 - 2:00

Additional Showings by Appointment:

Contact Bob Walker
415.923.6999
rwalker@gmgreen.com

Contact George Green
415.608.6485
ggreen@gmgreen.com

Contact

Bob Walker

Bob Walker

Realtor® / Licensed AppraiserGM Green Real Estate Inc.CalBRE# 01209683415.923.6999 office415.819.1291 mobile415.898.3451 faxrwalker@gmgreen.comwww.BobWalkerRealEstate.com

George Green

George Green

Broker AssociateGM Green Real Estate Inc.CalBRE# 00431037415.923.6999 office415.608.6485 directwww.gmgreen.com