Building & Landlord Data for 1418 08Th Ave, San Francisco, CA

Renter Risk Rating

66% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

Moderate Risk Building

Apartments at 1418 08Th Ave are more likely to have maintenance issues than 51% of SF rentals.

Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 4
Class Multi-Family Residential
Area 3800 sq ft
Stories 2
Owner Name Robinson Family Trust
Owner Since

Code Violations

DBI violations


311 & DBI complaints


Fire violations & incidents

Building records

Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Violation Description Status
05/04/10 08/24/10 Provide handrails (802(c),1001(b)(13)hc) Rear cocncrete steps: provid handrail (1-1/4"dia.min - 2" dia. Max.) at rear concrete steps. Not active
05/04/10 08/24/10 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
05/04/10 08/24/10 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Common area. Not active
05/04/10 08/24/10 Water heater Secure water heater with metal straps at top and bottom. Not active
04/18/02 05/17/02 Note for occupants information: **dear occupant** chapters 1, 2, & 3 of the san francisco housing code require that the department of building inspection perform periodic health & safety inspections of residential property. this routine inspection was conducted to assure that all requirements have been met per attached routine inspection checklist. building code section 102.3 requires that a copy of this notice of violation be provided to each tenant or occupant of the above referenced property. if there are any questions please contact the property owner, manager, or property management company. Not active
04/18/02 05/17/02 Provide battery operated smoke detector at top of stairs - two locations (911 hc) It is recommended that smoke detectors be tested on a regular basis and all batteries be replaced annually to maintain a working and functional device. Not active
04/18/02 05/17/02 Inspector comments regarding reinspection: I have scheduled a reinspection of your building on 05/17/2002 at 10:00 am. reinspection of premise to include all areas referenced above. please call if you have any questions, want to reschedule or confirm the time or day of reinspection. your cooperation is appreciated. Not active
04/18/02 05/17/02 Provide smoke enclosure door closer at door separating garage from public hallway - kee door closed at all times (807,707 hc) Note: the closer must be able to close and latch the door(s) freely and without any outside assistance. Not active
04/18/02 05/17/02 Repair / cover opening at garage ceiling (1001b,h,o hc) Patch or cover opening with similar rated materials to maintain smoke and fire rating. Fire tape all joints or cover opening with minimum 26-ga sheet metal. Not active
04/18/02 05/17/02 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Routine inspection of common and public areas at 1418 08th avenue Not active
04/18/02 05/17/02 Replace deteriorated / dry rotted wood at south stairs (801,1001(b)(13)hc) Side wood stairs: minor wood deterioration / decay was noted at the top landing (wood boards), and was pointed out to property owner. Repair or replace these areas as required to maintain a safe and sound structure. note: the department of building inspection urges all owners of property with exterior stairs, decks and attachments to have a licensed professional pest control contractor, general building contractor, architect or engineer inspect your deck, porch, stairs, balcony or other attachments, every 2 years to assure their continued stability and safety. have them provide a written report stating recommended repairs. Not active
12/09/99 02/02/00 Other fire violations Remove storage at the parking garage and rear stairway. sec. 904 hc. Not active
12/09/99 02/02/00 Post enclosed gas meter instructional diagram in a public area. (712 hc) Not active
12/09/99 02/02/00 Remove or cover damaged paint in an approved manner to prevent a lead hazard. see attached lead hazard warning. (1301 hc) At top floor common hallway ceiling. Not active
12/09/99 02/02/00 Keep garbage receptacles covered (1304 hc) Not active
12/09/99 02/02/00 Repair stairs (1001(b)(13)hc) Repair deteriorated/rotted rear stair (rises and treads). Not active
12/09/99 02/02/00 Disturbing lead based paint can be extremely dangerous to dwelling occupants and visitors, particularly to young children, pregnant women, pets, and to people performing work on the premises. for interior or exterior paint removal : always wet the surface, contain and properly dispose of leaded paint. if you are unsure whether the paint is leaded, you should test it prior to performing any work. if the paint is found to contain lead, you should consult with an expert about appropriate procedures. proper containment and 3-day notification is required for exterior jobs of more than 10 sq.ft. (sec.3604, sfbc) informational packets are available at (415) 558-6088. you can contact the san francisco childhood lead poisoning prevention program at: (415) 554-8930 for free advice. if you cause lead dust to be created, you could be liable for any illness caused by the dust. ordinance #446-97. Not active
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Division Description Status Number
05/04/10 08/24/10 Housing Inspection Services Routine, 4 units Not Active 201045259
04/18/02 05/17/02 Housing Inspection Services Routine inspection Not Active 200228005
12/09/99 02/02/00 Housing Inspection Services Apt. routine inspection. Not Active 199928238
Source: SF 311, City & County of San Francisco
Date Category Agency Type Details Status
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
08/06/13 $35000 Replace 57 windows, 12 visible from street. front windows fiberglass . no structural changes. max u-factor .40. bedroom windows to comply with 2010 rescue windows requirements hung windows at front. Complete 201308063572
09/25/12 $17000 Reroofing Complete 201209250551
07/28/09 $15545 Dry rot repair as per report# 9528-08. Complete 200907283646
10/21/92 $3800 Reroofing Complete 9218303
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Description Status Number
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Type Status Number
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
0000 5027 California St 5 Apartment 5 to 14 Units
0000 0758 22Nd Av 2 Flats & Duplex
0000 1418 08Th Av 4 Apartment
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Tier Status
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
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