Building & Landlord Data for 200 Alhambra St, San Francisco, CA

Renter Risk Rating
45%

45% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

High Risk Building

Apartments at 200 Alhambra St are more likely to have maintenance issues than 86% of SF rentals.

Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 21
Class Multi-Family Residential
Area 16488 sq ft
Stories 3
Owner Name
Owner Since

Code Violations

DBI violations
20

Complaints

SF DBI complaints
18

Fire

Fire violations & incidents
17

Building records

Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Violation Description Status
12/26/19 01/21/20 Provide heat to each occupied habitable room for 13 hrs between 5:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and between 3:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. capable to maintaining a min. room temp. of 68 degrees f. (20 degrees c.). (701c hc) At the time of inspection it was noted that the room tempeture was below the minimum required tempeture for habital rooms. Repair heat to maintain minimum heat requirements. Not active
12/26/19 01/21/20 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. 200 alhambra st. Apt. #17 Not active
12/26/19 01/21/20 Inspector comments "it is the property owner's responsibility to be present or direct his/her representative to attend the re-inspection as scheduled on this notice of violation for the purpose of providing entry to the inspector of those areas not accessed during the initial inspection as specified, and/or to provide access to all areas cited within this notice. if the property owner cannot attend the scheduled re-inspection (as specified on this notice) it is his/her responsibility to secure a different inspection date and time with the inspector. provide all tenants with notification as required by california civil code section 1954 (san francisco housing code section 303(b), if any dwellings, apartment units or guest rooms are to be accessed during the re-inspection. you can reach inspector maher @ 415-558-6160 or by email at derek.maher@sfgov.org " Not active
02/28/17 04/06/17 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Common areas of structure. Not active
02/28/17 04/06/17 Provide section 604 compliance affadavit Structural maintenance (604(a)hc exterior wood and metal decks, balconies, fire escapes, and other building areas that are weather exposed shall be inspected by a general contractor, architect, civil engineer, structural engineer or structural pest control inspector. note: regarding required compliance of the san francisco housing code section 604 for apartment buildings/residential condos (3 or more units) and hotels. you are required to comply with section 604 of the san francisco housing code. Have the "compliance affidavit" form signed by a general contractor, architect, civil engineer, structural engineer or structural pest control inspector. return by mail or present to inspector on at time of reinspection. Not active
02/28/17 04/06/17 Inspector comments At time of reinspection provide inspector access to all common areas/garages/storage as applicable. Not active
02/28/17 04/06/17 Provide carbon monoxide detectors (sec 420.4.2)cbc, 1001hc Install carbon monoxide alarms (co alarms) as required. provide a co alarm in each unit. provide a co alarm in public areas where there is a fossil fuel burning appliance (not in same room). install co alarms per manufacturer instructions. only listed co alarms are approved. an affidavit for self certification is provided. After co alarms installation provide the affidavit to the housing inspector on the reinspection. Not active
02/28/17 04/06/17 Inspector comments Due to the violations noted, this property is defined as a nuisance per the san francisco housing code section 1001(d). it is the property owner's responsibility to be present or direct his/her representative to attend, the reinspection as scheduled on this notice of violation for the purpose of providing entry to the inspector of those areas not accessed during the initial inspection as specified, and/or to provide access to all areas cited within this notice. if the property owner cannot attend the scheduled reinspection (as specified on this notice) it is his/her responsibility to secure a different inspection date and time with the inspector, and provide all tenants with notification as required by california civil code section 1954 (san francisco housing code section 303(b), if any dwellings, apartment units or guest rooms are to be accessed during the reinspection. Not active
02/28/17 04/06/17 Repair, maintain fire escape drop ladder in working condition (sec 908 hc) Repair/service fire escape drop ladders. provide certification or demonstrate operation to inspector at time of reinspection. Not active
01/11/12 01/26/12 Repair central alarm system (908, 909 hc) Certify central fire alarm panel. Not active
01/11/12 01/26/12 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Common area of subject property. Not active
01/11/12 01/26/12 Inspector comments It is the property owner's responsibility to be present or direct his/her representative to attend, the reinspection as scheduled on this notice of violation for the purpose of providing entry to the inspector of those areas not accessed during the initial inspection as specified, and/or to provide access to all areas cited within this notice. if the property owner cannot attend the scheduled reinspection (as specified on this notice) it is his/her responsibility to secure a different inspection date and time with the inspector, and provide all tenants with notification as required by california civil code section 1954 (san francisco housing code section 303(b), if any dwellings, apartment units or guest rooms are to be accessed during the reinspection Not active
02/24/99 03/15/99 Other plumbing and/or electrical violations Tenant in #20 has filed a complaint that the radiator hisses and makes noises during operation. it is acknowledged that repairs have been made to the radiator recently; however, please arrange to have a plumbing contractor inspect the radiator for proper operation. provide inspector with contractor's report. Not active
12/07/98 02/01/99 Provide heat to each occupied habitable room for 13 hrs between 5:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. and between 3:00 p.m. and 10:00 p.m. capable to maintaining a min. room temp. of 68 degrees f. (20 degrees c.). (701c hc) Temperature of apt. 17 at 9:30 a.m. December 23 was 62 degrees fahrenheit. Not active
12/07/98 02/01/99 Move non-tamperable temp.-sensing device with a + to -1 1/2 degree f. (.8 degrees c.) tol., centrally located in bldg in habitable rm (not mgr or owner's) to which heat is provided, occupied or not. (701c hc) *addendum to notice - 1/15/99* move thermostat from owner/manager's unit to an apartment which is occupied by a tenant. Not active
07/08/98 07/17/98 Miscellaneous violations Comply with section 1001(b)(6) of the sf housing code, which requires that heating facilities be properly operating. repair defective radiator in apt. 3 so that tenant can turn off and on. Not active
09/10/97 09/11/97 Repair toilet (1001f hc) Toilet in #20 plugged and does not flush properly. Not active
09/12/96 11/01/96 Other security violations Repair roof door lock Not active
09/12/96 11/01/96 Provide shutoff tool for gas utility shutoff (712 hc) Not active
09/12/96 11/01/96 Post enclosed gas meter instructional diagram in a public area. (712 hc) Not active
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