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It's a curious sight.

A real estate listing for a home in San Francisco's Tenderloin includes photos of a room lined with jail cells containing bunk beds.

The prison decor may give you pause, but once you get the backstory on 606 Ellis St., selling for $1.88 million, it makes a bit more sense. Listing agent Nozomi Ogihara of Better Homes and Gardens explained the property is owned by a Japanese businessman who had fun creating Alcatraz-themed accommodations for Japanese tourists.

"For Japanese people... if you come to San Francisco, you have to come to Alcatraz," said Ogihara.

The owner was reportedly making up to $10,000 a month on Airbnb rentals before the city changed its regulations. He decided to stop renting and is now selling the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with 1,635 square feet.

https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/articl...960815.php
(06-08-2019, 11:27 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: [ -> ][Image: 920x920.jpg]


It's a curious sight.

A real estate listing for a home in San Francisco's Tenderloin includes photos of a room lined with jail cells containing bunk beds.

The prison decor may give you pause, but once you get the backstory on 606 Ellis St., selling for $1.88 million, it makes a bit more sense. Listing agent Nozomi Ogihara of Better Homes and Gardens explained the property is owned by a Japanese businessman who had fun creating Alcatraz-themed accommodations for Japanese tourists.

"For Japanese people... if you come to San Francisco, you have to come to Alcatraz," said Ogihara.

The owner was reportedly making up to $10,000 a month on Airbnb rentals before the city changed its regulations. He decided to stop renting and is now selling the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with 1,635 square feet.

https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/articl...960815.php

Lmao

In the Tenderloin, yeah right. Typical SF realtor BS. The SF Tenderloin is an area frequented by the down and out and the gay BDSM Crowd. You can extrapolate from there.

Snip
On New Year's Day in 1965 police raided a Mardi Gras Ball at California Hall[17] on Polk Street sponsored by the Council on Religion and the Homosexual, lining up and photographing 600 participants and arresting several prominent citizens. One of the first "gay riots", pre-dating the Stonewall riots in New York, happened at Compton's Cafeteria[18] at Turk and Taylor Streets in August 1966 when the police, attempting to arrest a drag queen, sparked a riot that spilled into the streets. The group ended up smashing the windows of the police car and burned a nearby newspaper stand to the ground; the riot promoted the formation of the Gay Activists Alliance.[19] Prior to the emergence of The Castro as a major gay village, the center of the Tenderloin at Turk and Taylor and the Polk Gulch at the western side of the Tenderloin were two of the city's first gay neighborhoods and a few of these historic gay bars and clubs still exist.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tenderloin,_San_Francisco

Note the cells on this site. The City is full of this shit.
https://www.lacarmina.com/blog/2014/07/s...gay-clubs/

Tenderloin crime: Woman jumped by 20 people, man stabbed by cyclist, more
https://hoodline.com/2019/05/tenderloin-...clist-more

The Tenderloin remains perhaps San Francisco's roughest neighborhood, with crime, blight, and an outsized homeless population
https://hoodline.com/neighborhoods/tenderloin
1600 sq ft? $2m?
(06-08-2019, 11:35 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: [ -> ]1600 sq ft?  $2m?

You would have room for the relatives you don't like.
(06-08-2019, 11:33 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2019, 11:27 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: [ -> ][Image: 920x920.jpg]


It's a curious sight.

A real estate listing for a home in San Francisco's Tenderloin includes photos of a room lined with jail cells containing bunk beds.

The prison decor may give you pause, but once you get the backstory on 606 Ellis St., selling for $1.88 million, it makes a bit more sense. Listing agent Nozomi Ogihara of Better Homes and Gardens explained the property is owned by a Japanese businessman who had fun creating Alcatraz-themed accommodations for Japanese tourists.

"For Japanese people... if you come to San Francisco, you have to come to Alcatraz," said Ogihara.

The owner was reportedly making up to $10,000 a month on Airbnb rentals before the city changed its regulations. He decided to stop renting and is now selling the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with 1,635 square feet.

https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/articl...960815.php

Lmao

In the Tenderloin, yeah right. Typical SF realtor BS. The SF Tenderloin is an area frequented by the down and out and the gay BDSM Crowd. You can extrapolate from there.

You think there have been prison parties down there?
(06-08-2019, 11:35 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: [ -> ]1600 sq ft?  $2m?

Pretty typical these days. SF real estate is very expensive.
(06-08-2019, 11:42 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2019, 11:33 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2019, 11:27 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: [ -> ][Image: 920x920.jpg]


It's a curious sight.

A real estate listing for a home in San Francisco's Tenderloin includes photos of a room lined with jail cells containing bunk beds.

The prison decor may give you pause, but once you get the backstory on 606 Ellis St., selling for $1.88 million, it makes a bit more sense. Listing agent Nozomi Ogihara of Better Homes and Gardens explained the property is owned by a Japanese businessman who had fun creating Alcatraz-themed accommodations for Japanese tourists.

"For Japanese people... if you come to San Francisco, you have to come to Alcatraz," said Ogihara.

The owner was reportedly making up to $10,000 a month on Airbnb rentals before the city changed its regulations. He decided to stop renting and is now selling the three-bedroom, two-bathroom home with 1,635 square feet.

https://www.sfgate.com/realestate/articl...960815.php

Lmao

In the Tenderloin, yeah right. Typical SF realtor BS. The SF Tenderloin is an area frequented by the down and out and the gay BDSM Crowd. You can extrapolate from there.

You think there have been prison parties down there?

Probably, a weekly Big bucks rental for those events. This kind of thing is fairly normal in SF.
(06-08-2019, 11:49 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2019, 11:42 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: [ -> ]You think there have been prison parties down there?

Probably, a weekly Big bucks rental for those events. This kind of thing is fairly normal in SF.

You might have to test the room for e.coli bacteria.
(06-08-2019, 11:53 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2019, 11:49 PM)MaximalGravity Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-08-2019, 11:42 PM)RiskyRob Wrote: [ -> ]You think there have been prison parties down there?

Probably, a weekly Big bucks rental for those events. This kind of thing is fairly normal in SF.

You might have to test the room for e.coli bacteria.

Steam cleaning is common. The tool rental shops in SF have stuff for those folks. They come to SF from all over the world for this bs. With the web, it's out o control.
https://www.lacarmina.com/blog/2014/07/s...gay-clubs/
One of Hillary's haunts ?
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