Larkspur Teardown Known As 'The Honeymoon Cottage' Sells For Almost $500KWhen the old, dilapidated house known as "The Honeymoon Cottage" hit the market in Larkspur last year, everyone was certain it would be a total teardown.
LGBT Leather-Themed Parklet In The Works For San Francisco SoMaA plan is in the works for a parklet in San Francisco’s South of Market neighborhood that would celebrate the area’s historic ties to the LGBT and leather communities.
Got $1? Then You Could Own This Victorian Redwood City Home, With One CatchYou may be able to buy a home in Redwood City for $1 in an area where the average home costs $1 million. But before you move in, your house will have to move out.
Earthquake Sparks Damaging Fires, Crumbles Historic Downtown Napa BuildingsBricks and building materials were strewn across several streets in downtown Napa Sunday following a powerful earthquake centered just south of town.
$50,000 Painting Discovered Tucked Away In Fremont Museum Attic, Confirmed On PBS's Antiques RoadshowA painting hidden under a sheet for years inside a historic East Bay home has turned out to be a treasure worth tens of thousands of dollars.
2-Alarm Fire Damages Historic 'Tavern At Lark Creek' Restaurant In LarkspurA 2-alarm fire burned portions of the Tavern at Lark Creek's roof, eaves and attic areas, early Saturday morning.
15 Of The World's Oldest Bars (The Beer's Fresh, Though)Visiting local restaurants and bars is one of the best parts about traveling. Check out any of these old bars - most of which are older than America.
3-Alarm Fire Damages Historic Downtown San Jose BuildingFirefighters brought a three-alarm fire at a former bicycle shop in San Jose under control late Thursday night, fire officials said.
Landmark Status Denied For San Francisco’s Gold Dust Lounge San Francisco’s Historic Preservation Commission voted against providing a Union Square bar faced with eviction with landmark status Wednesday afternoon.
Preservation Commission Says SF Gold Dust Lounge Not HistoricSan Francisco’s Gold Dust Lounge, a Union Square bar faced with eviction by a landlord intent on converting the space to retail, does not qualify for historic landmark status, according to a report released by a city commission Friday.
San Jose Fire Damages Historic Kelley HousePhotographs and historic documents from San Jose history went up in smoke when the last building from the original Kelley Ranch caught fire Thursday.
A’s Owner Buys Historic San Jose HotelThe landmark Sainte Claire Hotel has been sold to real estate developer Lew Wolff, a purchase other developers and local officials see as emblematic of the growing vitality of downtown San Jose.