Building & Landlord Data for 1400 08Th Ave, San Francisco, CA

Renter Risk Rating
48%

48% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

High Risk Building

Apartments at 1400 08Th Ave are more likely to have maintenance issues than 81% of SF rentals.

Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 15
Class Multi-Family Residential
Area 12000 sq ft
Stories 3
Owner Name Weslow Family 2002 Trust
Owner Since 06/26/03

Code Violations

DBI violations
14

Complaints

311 & DBI complaints
4

Fire

Fire violations & incidents
0

Building records

Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Violation Description Status
04/06/10 08/09/10 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
04/06/10 08/09/10 Move garbage receptacles to area open to the sky (904, 906(4) hc) Garbage cans in passagway. Not active
04/06/10 08/09/10 Exit sign Post exit sign at exit door(s). Not active
04/06/10 08/09/10 Remove or cover damaged paint in an approved manner to prevent a lead hazard. see attached lead hazard warning. (1301 hc) Rear stair tread, run and walls at the same area.. Not active
04/06/10 08/09/10 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
04/06/10 08/09/10 Provide deadlatch locks with min 1/2" throw at exit doors (706 hc) All exit doors. Not active
04/06/10 08/09/10 Provide handrails (802(c),1001(b)(13)hc) Repair dryrotted guadrail at reat stair. Not active
04/06/10 08/09/10 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Common area unless otherwise noted. Not active
04/06/10 08/09/10 Post enclosed gas meter instructional diagram in a public area. (712 hc) Not active
11/17/04 01/31/05 Repair, maintain fire escape drop ladder in working condition (sec 908 hc) 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 drop ladder is a life safety hazard and must be corrected immediately. 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. reminder: test and verify that all windows or doors leading to emergency fire escape are operational and unobstructed. advise occupants not to block the bath of emergency exits on the inside. **reminder** all manufacturers recommend that the fire escape drop ladder be maintained and serviced annually, particularly the cable and all moving parts. lubricate and drop the ladder at least once a year. Not active
11/17/04 01/31/05 Comments regarding smoke detectors inside the units / apartments: It is recommended that smoke detectors be tested on a regular basis and all batteries / backup batteries be replaced annually to maintain a working and functional devices. advise occupants not to disconnect the batteries or remove (unplug) the hard-wired units inside the apartments or from public areas. Not active
11/17/04 01/31/05 Inspector comments regarding "follow up" reinspection: I have scheduled a reinspection of your building on 06-january-2004 at 10:00 am. reinspection of premise to include all areas referenced above. please contact housing inspector tim mansur at (415)558-6514 if you have any questions, need a time extension, want to reschedule or confirm the time or day of reinspection. your cooperation is appreciated. Not active
11/17/04 01/31/05 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Complaint inspection at apartment #15 regarding general maintenance items: repair window sash cord and frame (1001(h) hc) along the far south window of the southwest sleeping room. replace torn cord and secure loose window assembly in frame. maintain a weather tight window assembly. note: following the repairs, prime and paint the area of peeling paint as required. Not active
11/17/04 01/31/05 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. Routine inspection of public and common areas at 1408 08th avenue. 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. Not active
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Division Description Status Number
04/06/10 08/09/10 Housing Inspection Services Routine,14 units Not Active 201040575
11/17/04 01/31/05 Housing Inspection Services Window has broken sash cords, dry rot, mold, and peeling paint. windows not sealed properly. Not Active 200455284
03/07/01 03/07/01 Housing Inspection Services Routine inspection Not Active 200115075
Source: SF 311, City & County of San Francisco
Date Category Agency Type Details Status
12/18/20 General Request - DPH DPH - Environmental Health - Tobacco Queue Complaint Environmental health tobacco - complaint Case Transferred - DPH Environmental Health Healthy Housing & Vector Control Program 415-252-3800
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
01/05/16 Sprinkler/Standpipe 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
04/13/21 $24000 Tenant improvement: upgrade existing fire alarm system to comply with sffc section 1103.7.6.1 and include sprinkler monitoring. Filed 202104138436
10/31/18 $ Street space Issued M1000787
09/11/18 $ Street space Issued M976767
07/25/18 $ Street space Issued M954727
05/22/18 $ Street space Issued M929587
06/19/17 $75000 Soft story retrofit per 2016 sfebc chapeter 4d appx a4 residential add new plyshear walls & simpson strong walls with new foundations commercial 201706199744 Complete 201706199742
06/19/17 $20000 Soft story retrofit per 2016 sfebc chapeter 4d appx a4 commercial add new plyshear walls & simpson strong walls with new foundations residential 201706199744 Issued 201706199744
04/16/12 $ Street space Issued M314327
07/11/07 $5922 Work on#2,3,5,6,12,15,31. install18 vinyl windows in kind into existing frames. no change in size or location. windows do not face the street. if applicable bedroom window will comply with section 310.4 for rescue. all windows will be double pane and have a u-factor of .30 Complete 200707116526
06/12/07 $12540 Install 29 vinyl windows and 6 aluminum windows in kind into existing frames. no change in size or location. windows do not face the street. if applicable, bedroom windows will comply with section 310.4 for rescue. all windows will be double pane and have a u-factor of.30. Complete 200706123613
11/18/02 $3500 Termite repair, report #222448 item 1a Expired 200211181651
06/29/98 $18600 Reroofing Expired 9812157
10/26/89 $10000 E.w.o. Complete 8920417
01/07/87 $900 Erect sign Complete 8700146
01/07/87 $900 Erect sign Complete 8700147
08/23/85 $3000 Revision to fire sprinkler riser Complete 8509249
02/04/85 $3800 Partial sprinkler system for garage storage rooms only. Complete 8501165
08/13/84 $5400 Complete 8408776
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Description Status Number
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Creation Date Type Status Number
05/03/17 Expired PW20170503886
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
1410 1400 08Th Av 15 Apartment 15 Units or more
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Tier Status
4 Work Complete, No CFC Issued yet
Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Affidavit Date
4/2/2016

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