Building & Landlord Data for 600 39Th Ave, San Francisco, CA

Renter Risk Rating
51%

51% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

High Risk Building

Apartments at 600 39Th Ave are more likely to have maintenance issues than 75% of SF rentals.

Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 2
Class Multi-Family Residential
Area 2980 sq ft
Stories 2
Owner Name Jeanne Kwong Trust
Owner Since 05/13/14

Code Violations

DBI violations
4

Complaints

311 & DBI complaints
2

Fire

Fire violations & incidents
0

Building records

Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Violation Description Status
12/31/14 05/02/16 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) Provide permanent heat source to unit a. work is required to start, and permit required to be obtained within 2 working days. work is required to be completed, and permit(s) signed off within 15 working days. Not active
12/31/14 05/02/16 Provide plumbing permit (103.1.1 pc) Permit research failed to indicate the existing direct-vent furnace in unit a was installed using the proper permitting process. obtain plumbing permit to repair or replace furnace. Not active
12/31/14 05/02/16 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. *provide all tenants with notification as required by california civil code section 1954 san francisco housing code section 303 (b), if any dwelling, apartment units or guest rooms are to be accessed during the re-inspection. *due to the nature of this violation, this property has been defined as a nuisance per section 1001-d of the san francisco housing code. *please review the attached "notice of violation warnings" for information regarding failure to comply with this notice. *all required building, plumbing and/or electrical permits must be signed off as final by the appropriate building, plumbing and/or electrical inspectors. present a copy of permit job card signed off as final to housing inspector at time of scheduled re-inspection. Not active
12/31/14 05/02/16 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. 600 39th ave. Unit a Not active
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Division Description Status Number
12/31/14 05/02/16 Housing Inspection Services No heat for the past 4 mos. there was a gas leak in the building a month ago and pg&e came out and cap the heater off. a couple of weeks ago pg&e came out to inspect the gas line. the landlord said a part had to be purchased in order to light the heater. that was a couple of weeks ago and this unit is still without heat. Not Active 201415746
Source: SF 311, City & County of San Francisco
Date Category Agency Type Details Status
12/30/14 Residential Building Request DBI Housing Inspection Queue Building - heat lack of heat Heat lack of heat Case Resolved - HIS Complaint Number: 201415746 has been filed with Housing Inspection Division. 558-6220. To view status, visit our website www.sfdbi.org
Source: SF Department of Public Health
Date Business Name Inspection Type Violation Risk Score
Source: SF Fire Department
Violation Date Close Date Address Description Penalty Amount Status
Source: SF Fire Department
Date Primary Situation Description Disposition
Source: SF Fire Department
Complaint Date Disposition Date Description Disposition
Source: SF Fire Department
Inspection Date Correction Date Description Status
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Cost Description Status Number
01/23/15 $ According to cfc 9316442, add address to block 1581, lot 029 as; 602 39th ave. Issued M553327
01/22/15 $75 To repair wall heater in compliance with complaint # 201415746, item #3. Issued 201501226456
10/19/05 $13600 Reroofing Complete 200510195990
08/09/02 $ Sidewalk Issued M21460
11/06/01 $1 Renew appl#200012228574 & 200101109511 for final inspection Complete 200111062503
01/10/01 $2500 Retile bathroom + toilet area no structural work. Expired 200101109511
12/22/00 $10000 Replace kitchen cabinets & (n) flooring Expired 200012228574
08/19/94 $1 Bathrm flrs paint new toilet sink,repl flr under 9316442 Complete 9413375
09/24/93 $24000 Replace kitchen & bathroom floor Complete 9316442
09/24/92 $400 Repair electrical outlets, replace broken pipes Expired 9216615
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Description Status Number
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Type Status Number
01/26/15 Complete PP20150126522
Source: SF Planning
Date Address Description Developer
Source: Department of Finance
Date Disclosed Date Agreed Amount Number of Tenants
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Address Units Class Code
0745 0743 Clayton St 3 Flats & Duplex
1348 1346 Masonic Av 2 Flats & Duplex
0602 0600 39Th Av 2 Flats & Duplex
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Tier Status
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Affidavit Date

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