SAN FRANCISCO (April 22, 2020) – Colliers’ Northern California multifamily team recently brokered the sale of 99 Jersey Street, a “marina style,” 15-studio apartment building in the heart of San Francisco’s Noe Valley District. Brad Lagomarsino and James Devincenti, executive vice presidents for Colliers International, represented both the seller and buyer in the $6,965,000 transaction ($464,333 per unit), which closed escrow on April 7.
“It is rare to find an asset that possesses not only unit conversion potential but accessory dwelling unit (ADU) opportunities at grade level,” said Lagomarsino. “Between this and the fact the building has been immaculately maintained, we were not surprised to see the seller receive multiple offers
and the property trade over the asking price.”
Known for its well-preserved features and quality finishes, the 8,539 square-foot property offers residents substantial space, a generous amount of natural light as well as a seven-car garage. Located at the corner of Jersey Street and Church Street, the building is also mere blocks away from an array of neighborhood stores, dining, entertainment, schools and transit systems, including Silicon Valley “Tech Shuttles.”
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