Abandoned bank in Tenderloin sold

The abandoned Hibernia Bank building in the Tenderloin has been sold for $3.95 million, according to the listing broker, Stanley Lo.

The deal will transfer the building as is to a San Francisco-based commercial development and construction business, Lo said.

The building was listed at $4 million but the price was dropped for a cash deal, Lo said.

The landmark building was built in 1892. Lo said the former owner of the building wanted to sell the property as is because of the state of disrepair it is in.

Just Posted

Thirsty students can fill up at SF schools

Revenue from a tax on soda and sugary beverages approved by San… Continue reading

Grieving mother fears for family’s safety as community of slain teen works to heal

Wearing necklaces with laminated photos of Day’von Hann over their hearts, friends… Continue reading

SFPD to hold LGTBQ ‘reconciliation and recognition’ night at Glide Memorial

Police hope to acknowledge hateful history, build trust

Vaping proponents sue SF over language for November ballot measure

Proponents for a measure backed by E-cigarette maker Juul Labs Inc. that… Continue reading

Presidential candidates, national leaders make their case at DNC meeting in San Francisco

Factions of the Democratic Party and the broader progressive political movement faced… Continue reading

Most Read