Mixed Use

  • 1700 California Holdings, LLC vs. Tania Trednnick Peggs, as Trustee of the Allibert Marital Trust et al

    Action No. CGC 10-5005764
    Superior Court, County of San Francisco - Judge James McBride
    2012:  Appointed Referee for a partition sale auction of the land at 1700 California Street, San Francisco, California.  The .54 acre parcel is ground leased to the owner of the Leasehold Improvements through December 31, 2035.  The Leasehold Improvements are owned by the ground tenant but upon expiration, the Leasehold Improvements revert to the land owner.  The Referee engaged the services of a real estate broker to market the property for sale to national and international buyers.  The sale consisted of multiple qualified buyers, 179 overbids and a sale price of $30.4 million.


  • Deutche Bank National Trust Company vs. Ung

    Action No.  RG10553515
    Superior Court, County of Alameda - Judge Ronni MacLaren
    2011:  Appointed Receiver to manage and operate 1007 – 1009 Clay Street in Oakland, California.  It is a three story mixed use building with 25,400 square feet of space with the ground floor divided into two retail spaces and the second and third floors office space.  The Receiver had general liability insurance placed on the property.  The defendant filed bankruptcy and the Receiver  was excused from turnover during the bankruptcy.


  • City National Bank vs. Rong Fu, Wei De Fu

    Action No. RG10496553
    Superior Court, County of Alamda - Judge Evelio M. Grillo
    2010:  Receiver appointed to manage and operate a mixed use building containing 22,000 square feet with 7 commercial retail units and 23 studio apartments.  The property is located at 122-124 14th Street in Oakland, California.


  • Tamalpais Bank vs. Duboce Development, LLC

    Action No. CGC-09-491838
    Superior Court of San Francisco - Judge Charlotte Walter Woolard
    2009: Receiver appointed for a 12,800 square foot mixed use building located in San Francisco, California.  The building is 4,000 square feet retail and 8,800 square feet office space.


  • Berneking vs. Zweig

    Action No. 993219
    Superior Court, San Francisco County - Judge Raymond Williamson, Jr.
    1998: Receiver appointed to manage a mixed-use property consisting of five residential units and one commercial unit in San Francisco, California.  Work on parking/zoning issue with the City of San Francisco.


  • The Goldworthy Corporation, et al. vs. United Cities International, Inc./Luxalon Incorporation

    Action No. 400459
    Superior Court, San Mateo County - Judge Rosemary Pfeiffer
    1997: Receiver appointed to manage a mixed-use building (retail space comprising approximately 3,200 square feet, office space comprising approximately 7,500 square feet, and 12 residential units) located in Daly City, California.


  • Bank of the Orient vs. Gillian J. Hall, Stefanie A. Jackson, Ajay L. Jackson, et al.

    Action No. 787926?5
    Superior Court, Alameda County - Judge Sandra L. Margulies
    1997: Oversight and management of a mixed-use building (retail space comprising approximately 2,130 square feet, and 2 residential units) located in Berkeley, California.


  • Daiwa Finance Corp. vs. Robert A. Imhoff, et al.

    Action No. 989327
    Superior Court, San Francisco County - Judge Raymond D. Williamson, Jr.
    1997: Receiver appointed to manage a mixed-use building (retail space comprising approximately 9,000 square feet, and 63 residential units) located in San Francisco, California.


  • Daiwa Finance Corp. vs. Robert A. Imhoff, et al.

    Action No. 989325
    Superior Court, San Francisco County - Judge Raymond D. Williamson, Jr.
    1997: Oversight and management of a mixed-use building (retail space comprising approximately 4,000 square feet, and 32 residential units) located in San Francisco, California.


  • TC Mortgage Trust 1994-N2 and State Street Bank vs. California United Development Corporation

    Action No. 391522
    Superior Court, San Mateo County - Judge Walter H. Harrington, Jr.
    1995: Oversight and management of an 11,000 square foot commercial building located in Foster City, California.


  • The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company (U.S.A.) vs. Michael W. Whipple, et al.

    Action No. 163201
    Superior Court, Marin County - Judge Richard H. Breiner
    1995: Receiver appointed to manage a 22,000 square foot commercial building located in San Rafael, California.


  • RTC Mortgage Trust 1994-N2 and State Street Bank vs. Alan Sommers Ovson, et al.

    Action No. 969823
    Superior Court, San Francisco County - Judge Stuart R. Pollak
    1995: Oversight and management of a 37,100 square foot commercial building located in San Francisco, California.


  • First Interstate Mortgage Company vs. Edward W. Mattos, Maryann R. Mattos, et al.

    Action No. CV752088
    Superior Court, Santa Clara County - Judge Richard O. Turrone
    1995: Receiver appointed to manage a 5,889 square foot commercial building comprised of four units, located in Gilroy, California.


  • The Goldworthy Corporation, et al. vs. United Cities International, Inc.

    Action No. 394186
    Superior Court, San Mateo County - Judge Mark R. Forcum
    1995: Oversight and management of a mixed-use building (retail space comprising approximately 3,200 square feet, office space comprising approximately 7,500 square feet, and 12 residential units) located in Daly City, California; extensive work performed in response to local Fire Department requirements; oversight of tenant improvement build out.


  • Coast Federal Bank vs. F&M Limited No. 1 et al.

    Action No. 538652
    Superior Court, Sacramento County - Judge Joel S. Gray
    1994: Oversight of vacant commercial property (15,100 square feet) located in Sacramento, California.


  • Yun So Chang, et al. vs. Golden Bull Partners, et al.

    Action No. 731481-8
    Superior Court, Alameda County - Judge James R. Lambden
    1994: Oversight and management of a four-story commercial building (approximately 40,000 square feet) located in Oakland, California; four ground level tenants only.