The really big jumps in median 3-BR house prices over last year occurred in the mid-price neighborhoods like Bernal Heights, Glen Park and Miraloma Park. The most expensive neighborhoods, such as Pacific Heights and Presidio Heights don’t have enough 3-BR house sales to put on the chart.
This chart doesn’t include a number of very high-end projects – such as Four Seasons – because of their tiny number of sales. Even some included below, such as the St. Regis and 999 Green, only had 3 or 4 sales YTD. At the high end the average dollar per square foot figures we’re seeing in 2015 continue to break new records.
August saw yet another jump in San Francisco’s number of employed residents.