SOURCE: PulseFactors


February 18, 2010 13:00 ET


SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - February 18, 2010) - In its February newsletter, Pulse of the Market makes some positive comparisons between the condominium towers built in San Francisco during the decade since 2000 and the architectural classics that arose from the 1920s building boom.

"Is it possible to look out 75/100 years and determine whether the circa 2000+ buildings will be considered classics? Hard to say, but if pressed, I would say yes. The 2000+ crop of new buildings, exemplified by the Seven Sisters, may ultimately become classics of their time," said Malcolm Kaufman, Founder of and the author of the Pulse of the Market newsletter.

The newsletter is available at provides quality information from quality people so that buyers and sellers can make better decisions -- faster. The website and Company focus on the south of Market Street neighborhoods where there are more than 85 condominium buildings with 10,000 units, 90% of which did not exist 15 years ago. has designated the most outstanding of these condominium buildings as the 'Seven Sisters' of San Francisco condominiums.

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