The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on November 8, 1964 · 108
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 108

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20W-&.3f.xamtarr Sui.y, Nov. I, 1964 Building Activity at High LAND BOOM I fcovt ttvtrol wall locotttf prtpirtlti la lei AnjtUi C. Tfciit proptrHti fctva t4lmt frtwth ttntlol. I lUp iRvtitmtat progran yltldi ip fa $500,000 pin Income Start with $500 Ja.endSSO maHthia ne ethtri' moiay. Skeptical? Let me preve 11 P.O. bos 703 lurllngamt, Coliforila (Include pboie pemberl Bay area residential, building activity soared last week to a high mark for the time of year, and doubled the activity of the week be fore. In the apartment house field, a huge project was announced for 1200 Lake-shore In Oakland in the form of a 173-unlt building destined to cost 13,192,500 and be built by the Branagh Construction Co. of Pled taont. In Concord, Contra Costa County, 31 apartments will rise costing $223,500 at 131 Adelaide St Pittsburg in. the same area has a 43-unit project on Broadway Ave ' nue for $261,520.' ' : Walnut Creek, will have 112 new apartments at Sun nyvale Avenue and North Main Street costing $860,000. .r ... : : San Jose had a 16-unlt development on the books at 1091 Topaz for $110,000, and Santa ( Clara Is projecting 300 units in 19 buildings at 390 W.Winchester Blvd. for, $3,643,800.( Williams and: Burroughs will do the build-' lng., " Here are the county-by-county figures for residential building permits' requested as compiled by the Daily Pacific Builder. ' ' Utt Wiik Minth County .' . wild before ill , Alomoda 15 U : in Contra Coita 242 151 10 Marin . .32 83 15 SanFronelice 2 13 .3 San Mateo M 122 Santa Clara Ml 1 13 Totala i- . 1" 27S .'. 1193 " 890 , . 799 ..J.m..1..ilumi,ulum..l.. uiii.ll..tu..t.uluM.uu.li)t.wiiiiluii.i..muaiuiill..u.i in...., 1 ,ij.ft-jwpffiwa .... . . . . ' - v, . , - Now the largest resort in Las Vegas, the Stardust Hotel boasts 1,300 rooms with latest addition lition EXAMINER HOME VALUE QUIZ (Test Your Knowledge of Real Estate) e- aeW . UUUI gyi a v 4 4P 11 HOW MUG! DID THIS RICHMOND DISTRICT HOME Lum ? CLUES i This full 6 home in good condition was sold recently . through Multiple Listing Service of San Francisco. How much do yon think It sold for? Make a guess, and then check your estimate with the answer in today's classified section, class 223 (San Fran ' ciseo Homes). Check the Home Value Quiz every Sunday in The Examiner.- ' " J- ' '? s . 1 v' ' ' . (I.J. Luxurious Scottsdalo homes have -M,, ) ; Unlimited living space Extravagant storage .Fascinating beauty . Sequestered privacy An influential address In a country club atmosphere Prices at least $5,000 unrlop fha marlrof I open now. : ; .. : . ' The most lavish model homes ever displayed by a Contra Costa builder. Three, four and five bedrooms, ranch and two-story plans. - " NEED A FINE HOME IMMEDIATELY? Scottsdale has a few homes ready for occupancy. r& m n n 'VJL 'ff nun.'-'' "x-i-J' --VJA4.uyAW' JISIIGillSISl j Be turt to see the first backyard miniature golf course-another Scottsdale exclusive. DIRECTIONS: From Broadway In Oakland take the Tunnel Road (Free way 24) to Ygnaclo Valley Road turnoff. Follow Ygnacio east to Walnut Avenue. Turn right on Walnut at the Scottsdale signs. Furnished models open dally, 11 a.m. to sunset. Telephone YEliowstone c Add Ay To Vegas Stardust , The" Stardust Hotel la. Las Vegas, first hotel there to build and open with over 500 rooms and then Ira mediately build another 500,jow has another ad ditlon making a total of 1,300 rooms and the largest resort in that city. The addition is In the form of a high rise structure known as the Galaxy, built on land adjacent to the original construction. Suites are done in reproductions of baroque period furniture in off-white finishes. Each room has a balcony with view of desert .vistas or of one of the pools and patio garden areas. The Stardust features a European revue, direct irpm Paris, called fLldo de Paris,". in its lavish .theater-restaurant. It also has a large convention auditorium and other meet ing facilities. -; "The new high-rise hotel addition, and an exact duplicate at the nearby Desert Inn, were designed , and furnished, by Jac Lessman, AIA-AID, of New York. Santa; Rosa Discount House Sold Sale of the Sunset West Discount House and Mar ket in Santa Rosa's Cod' dingtown Center . was ' announced yesterday by Bert Metz of Trevor & Co. in San Francisco. Metz said the deal amounted to $1, 000,000. It was sold ' by Santa Rosa Enterprises to Claude M. Teem andJiiswifeofSan Francisco, . ; who recently purchased the Los Robles Lodge hotel-restaurant, also in Santa -Rosa, through Metz, for $710,000. 5 The complex consists of 85,000 square feet of building plus five acres of parking and land. K - Another deal by the Trevor firm, 'and also a part of Coddingtown property, was the sale of the Zissler Steak House complex, consisting of restaurant, bank building and cleaning establishment for $200,000. Buyer was a Mrs. Com mard. Seller again was Santa Rosa Enterprises. Filbert Arms Financing San Francisco real estate broker Patrick Michael of 2550 Van Ness Ave. has completed negotiations f or i u t e r i m financing for "The Filbert Arms Inc"., a 22-building rental complex of 190 units in the East Stockton redevelopment area., ; The General Teamsters Union Local No. 439 are sponsors of the project .

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