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Featured Property: 355 Staten

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Mingle with Nature in this Oakland Building

This lively building speaks for the upbeat neighborhood of Adams Point. Whether you want to take a stroll past Lake Merritt or hop on BART and head to work, this apartment is where you want to be. Located right in the center of Oakland’s hotspots, this family-friendly pad has it all. From brand new interiors to old school charm, it’s an all-around classic.

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Featured Building: 324 Larkin

324 Larkin commands a special place in San Francisco’s rich, storied history as a center for the LGBTQ community. In 1978, the rainbow flag – the now-iconic symbol of LGBTQ pride, created and sewed by activist Gilbert Baker – entered the public consciousness when it flew prominently in front of City Hall, replacing two of the usual flags. Legend has it that the covert operation, which took place under cover of darkness, was headquartered in the basement at nearby 324 Larkin.

In 1992, Bill Jones – the first single (and gay) man in California to adopt a child, in 1969, and an LGBTQ civil rights activist – purchased 324 Larkin from its previous owners. At the time, the area around City Hall was undergoing considerable change. Already a fixture in the news as the seat of San Francisco government, the neighborhood was receiving extra attention from media and tourists for construction at the Asian Art Museum and new main branch of the San Francisco Public Library.

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San Francisco Street Artist Highlight: Satyr

June 18, 2019

Blake, known in the art community as ‘Satyr,’ is a street artist here in San Francisco, recognized for his vibrant and elaborate murals throughout the City including on several RentSFNow and Greentree Property Management buildings. Inspired by different aspects of nature, Blake discovered his love of graffiti when he was a kid aimlessly doodling. Although he was originally focused on the characters, he slowly started focusing more heavily on the backgrounds behind them. A mix of his childhood doodles as well as the skateboard culture he was exposed to growing up evolved him into the artist he is today. Three words to describe his art would be “organic yet symmetrical.”