Here are San Francisco’s most expensive new condo projects as 2019 outlook seems strong

Call it something in the air: Would-be condo buyers in San Francisco stuck to the sidelines last quarter, as market volatility and the city’s air quality from the Camp Fire likely chilled an otherwise-excellent year for condo sales.

November was a slow month for the downtown market, with 579 closings amounting to a nearly 20 percent year-over-year drop from 2017, according to a report from Compass Real Estate. For the year as a whole, however, sale volumes rose by 6.5 percent. The report focused…

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