Building & Landlord Data for 195 Alhambra St, San Francisco, CA

Renter Risk Rating
42%

42% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

High Risk Building

Apartments at 195 Alhambra St are more likely to have maintenance issues than 87% of SF rentals.

Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 12
Class Multi-Family Residential
Area 15024 sq ft
Stories 3
Owner Name
Owner Since

Code Violations

DBI violations
12

Complaints

SF DBI complaints
6

Fire

Fire violations & incidents
14

Building records

Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Violation Description Status
01/28/16 02/29/16 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 time/date 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
01/28/16 02/29/16 Provide for compliance affidavit (sfbc 420.4, 907.2.11 and 3401.6.1 ) Complete the affidavit provided for self certification of smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms. provide to inspector at the time of reinspection, send to inspector lawrie at 1660 mission st, san francisco, ca 94103, fax to (415) 558-6249, or email the forms to james.lawrie@sfgov.org . Not active
01/28/16 02/29/16 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. This notice of violation describes violations found at the common areas of subject property at 195 alhambra. Not active
01/28/16 02/29/16 Maintain fire escape drop ladder in working condition (sec 908 hc) On reinspection day, property manager, owner, or the owner's agent needs to demonstrate the functionality of the fire escape ladders. provide a written and signed report from a qualified service company or contractor stating that all parts and cables have been tested and are functional or you are required to lower the ladder on re-inspection day to verify its proper full release. all fire escape drop ladders must be maintained and serviced annually, particularly the cable and all moving parts. lubricate and drop the ladder at least once per year. Not active
01/28/16 02/29/16 Provide for compliance affidavit (sfhc 604 ) Complete the 604 affidavit provided for self-certification of structural maintenance. provide to inspector at the time of reinspection, send to inspector lawrie at 1660 mission st, san francisco, ca 94103, fax to (415) 558-6249, or email the forms to james.lawrie@sfgov.org . Not active
04/11/02 07/17/07 Repair fire proofing with approved materials (hc 1001(m), 809) On garage ceiling (patch hole). Not active
04/11/02 07/17/07 Miscellaneous violations Discontinue use of barbeque on roof (removed at time of inspection). remove plants from roof; discourage recreational use of roof. Not active
04/11/02 07/17/07 Provide 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) (please provide inspector with location and setting of thermostat). Not active
04/11/02 07/17/07 Inspector comments Overall maintenance of building is excellent. Not active
04/11/02 07/17/07 Set timeclock to provide the required amount and hours of heat. (701c hc) (timeclock was reset at time of inspection) Not active
04/11/02 07/17/07 No fire escape drop ladder violation at time of inspection (ladder was lowered to ground at time of inspection) Not active
02/25/97 08/25/09 Repair damaged ceilings (1001b,h,o hc) In garage. Not active
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Source: SF Fire Department
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Source: SF Planning
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Source: Department of Finance
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