Building & Landlord Data for 1295 39Th Ave, San Francisco, CA

Renter Risk Rating
46%

46% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

High Risk Building

Apartments at 1295 39Th Ave are more likely to have maintenance issues than 84% of SF rentals.

Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 12
Class Multi-Family Residential
Area 7664 sq ft
Stories 3
Owner Name Cassidy Family Trust
Owner Since 10/06/04

Code Violations

DBI violations
10

Complaints

311 & DBI complaints
7

Fire

Fire violations & incidents
0

Building records

Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Violation Description Status
08/12/09 10/27/09 Provide handrails (802(c),1001(b)(13)hc) Provide handrail at rear wooden stairon ground floor. Not active
08/12/09 10/27/09 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
08/12/09 10/27/09 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Common area unless otherwise noted. Not active
08/12/09 10/27/09 Provide self-closing devices at exterior doors (706 hc) All exit doors at halls Not active
08/12/09 10/27/09 Repair, maintain fire escape drop ladder in working condition (sec 908 hc) Option: 1) note: on reinspection day, property manager, owner or the owner's agent needs to demonstrate the workability of the fire escape ladders. the fire escapes are to be checked on all buildings during the course of a routine inspection. non-working fire escape ladder is a life safety hazard and must be corrected immediately or 2) note: property manager, owner or the owner's agent needs to provide a proof of the workability of the fire escape ladders. non-working fire escape ladder is a life safety hazard and must be corrected immediately. provide a written report from a qualified service company or licenced contractor stating that all parts and cables have tested and are functional or contact the housing inspector (within 30 days) to witness lowering the ladder in person. Not active
08/12/09 10/27/09 Permanently remove combustible storage or provide automatic fire sprinklers. (904, 1001(i) hc) Storage in garage facing 38th avenue. Not active
08/12/09 10/27/09 Reinforce glazing on exterior / interior entry door(s). reinforcement may include 3/8" plywood, expanded steel mesh, 1/4" plastic or approved equal. (706 hc) Rear entry door to unit 3804 irving. Not active
07/29/02 08/14/02 Recharge all fire extinguisher that has lost its pressure (905, 1001(m) hc) **reminder** all fire extinguishers are required to be recharged and serviced annually and date tag must be posted and current. Not active
07/29/02 08/14/02 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Routine inspection of common and public areas at 1295 10th avenue. Not active
07/29/02 08/14/02 Repair, maintain fire escape drop ladder in working condition (sec 908 hc) **inspector's comments regarding sliding/sectional type fire escape** due to uniform and consistent failure of this type of the fire escape ladder during routine inspection, it is highly recommended that a qualified contractor inspect and service the ladder, cable and connections. common failure are due to severely corroded cables and/or connection at the end of cable (by pulley sides). Not active
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Division Description Status Number
02/11/21 02/12/21 Building Inspection Division Date last observed: 10-feb-21; time last observed: 10:20am; identity of person performing the work: no company info anywhere - han; exact location: main bldg; building type: commercial/business work w/o permit; work being done in dangerous manner; ; additional information: large apartment building that has structure problem and seems illegal work is being done to repair before selling. i see the building is falling apart, may even be unlivable; Not Active 202173213
02/11/21 02/12/21 Building Inspection Division Date last observed: 10-feb-21; time last observed: 09:00am; identity of person performing the work: unknown; exact location: main bldg; building type: both work w/o permit; electrical work being performed w/o permit; structural problems; work being done in dangerous manner; ; additional information: apartment unit. can see building is not stable and work being done without any posted permits, no bathrooms, no parking permits; Not Active 202173211
07/21/20 11/12/20 Building Inspection Division 1295 39th ave, but also 3804 and 3808 irving...same address...? --- caller reporting blight. debris from building is falling off of the facade, in several locations...structural things that may be heavy. people are walking on sidewalk underneath. it is a danger to the public. (311 sr#12672476) Not Active 202045682
08/12/09 10/27/09 Housing Inspection Services Routine, 12 units Not Active 200918184
07/29/02 08/14/02 Housing Inspection Services Routine inspection Not Active 200231820
07/29/99 07/29/99 Housing Inspection Services Apt. routine inspection. Not Active 199924289
Source: SF 311, City & County of San Francisco
Date Category Agency Type Details Status
07/20/20 General Request - BUILDING INSPECTION DBI Building Inspection Queue Request for service Building inspection - request for service Case Transferred - To track, visit http://dbiweb.sfgov.org/dbipts/ and search by Complaint Number. See Complaint #202045682 or call (415) 558-6570.
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
01/21/20 Extinguishers Condition Corrected 01/21/20 Exit Maintenance No Merit 01/21/20 Alarm Systems Condition Corrected 01/30/19 Fire Escape Condition Corrected 01/29/18 Extinguishers Condition Corrected 08/04/17 Alarm Systems No Merit 02/27/14 Alarm Systems Condition Corrected
Source: SF Fire Department
Inspection Date Correction Date Description Status
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Cost Description Status Number
08/31/20 $2500 Repair and replace corbels at top of the building. comply w/ notice of violation report 202045682 Complete 202008313002
09/13/18 $ Street space Issued M978787
09/22/17 $75000 Soft story seismic retrofit per sfebc ch 4d Complete 201709229404
02/21/90 $7500 Re roofing Complete 9003401
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Description Status Number
09/02/05 12 new sub panels # 6 co for 12 units 12 circuits, install new 400anp main switch with 12 new meters with main circuit breakers for each sub out intstall new 3" conduit service riser located on tradesman entry wall Complete E20050902290
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Type Status Number
09/25/14 Complete PW20140925505
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
1299 1295 39Th Av 12 Apartment 5 to 14 Units
0000 2440 Great Hw 6 Apartment 5 to 14 Units
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Tier Status
3 Work Complete, CFC Issued
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Affidavit Date

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