Building & Landlord Data for 1-229 Acevedo Ave, San Francisco, CA

Renter Risk Rating
27%

27% chance of no major maintenance issues next year

High Risk Building

Apartments at 1-229 Acevedo Ave are more likely to have maintenance issues than 96% of SF rentals.

Building Overview
Source: Assessor-Recorder
Total Apartments 87
Class Multi-Family Residential
Area 0 sq ft
Stories 1
Owner Name Parkmerced Owners Llc
Owner Since 07/01/15

Code Violations

DBI violations
28

Complaints

SF DBI complaints
66

Fire

Fire violations & incidents
9

Building records

Source: SF Department of Building Inspection
Date Filed Date Abated Violation Description Status
05/22/19 07/09/19 Remove mold/mildew on the walls & ceiling (401, 1301, 1001(d), 1306 hc). check for water intrusion and repair as necessary. In the hall closet by the unit entry door. Not active
05/22/19 07/09/19 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. These violations are in unit #22 of the building. Not active
05/22/19 07/09/19 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 can not 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
01/22/19 10/08/19 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 can not 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
01/22/19 10/08/19 Remove or cover damaged paint in an approved manner to prevent a lead hazard. see following lead hazard warning. (703, 1001(d), 1001(h)(3), 1301 hc). By unit# 22 rear door. Not active
01/22/19 10/08/19 Provide handrails for all exterior stairways in the common areas (206, 30, 802(c) hc, 106, 1011, 1014 bc). note: building permit is required. Stairways more than 44 inches in width shall have handrails on each side, and stairways more than 88 inches in width shall have intermediate handrails dividing the stairway into sections not more than 66 inches in width. handrail shall: 1) the top of handrails shall be 34 to 38 inches above landings and nosing of treads. handrail projecting from a wall shall have a space of not less than 1-1/2 inches between wall and the handrail. 2) handrails shall be continuous the full length of the stairs and at least one handrail shall extend in the direction of the stair run not less than 12 inches beyond the top riser nor less than 12 inches beyond the botton riser. 3) ends shall be returned or shall have rounded terminations or bends. 4) the handgrip portion of handrails shall be 1-1/4 to 2 inches in cross sectional dimension for circular cross section or comply with 1014.3 of the building code for non circular shape handrails. Not active
01/22/19 10/08/19 Disturbing lead based paint can be extremely dangerous to dwelling occupants and vistors, 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 lead-based paint. you can contact the san francisco childhood lead poisoning prevention program at: (415) 252-3800 for free advice. if you cause lead dust to be created, you could be liable for any illness caused by the dust. (sfebc 327). If the building is constructed prior to 1979, paint shall be presumed to be lead-based paint. Any activities shall follow the work practice requirements of san francisco amendments existing building code section 327. Any persons seeking to rebut this presumption shall establish their rebuttal through lead-based testing by a lead inspector/assessor certified by california department of public health 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 notification requirements. Informational packets are available at (415) 558-6220. Not active
03/07/13 03/29/13 Miscellaneous violations Re-install kitchen drawers and bottom shelves of kitchen cabinets after cleaning and sanitizing. Not active
03/07/13 03/29/13 Important note: this property is defined as a nuisance per sec. 1001-d of the sfhc. 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. please review the attached "notice of violation warnings" for information regarding failure to comply with this notice. Not active
03/07/13 03/29/13 This notice includes violations for the areas noted. 22 higuera avenue. Not active
03/07/13 03/29/13 Clean and sanitize (1306 hc) All surfaces that have been contaminated by sewage. replace shims under kitchen cabinets. replace living room and dining room carpets and padding. clean and sanitize sub-floor and repair/replace as necessary, prior to new carpet installation. Not active
06/16/10 01/28/11 Repair, fill in gap between: Floor wall junction,constituting a potential entry for rodents in gr#208. Sec. 1001hc. Not active
06/16/10 01/28/11 1) hire the services of a licensed pest control operator in order to eliminate bed bug infestation in gr#208. sec. 1001hc. 2) fallow all licensed pest control co. recommendations until bed bug infestation is under control. sec. 1001hc. Note: premises hired the services of dewey pest control co. 1) tenant will be relocated at the time of pest applications. 2) the standard operating proceedures consists of washing and laundering 3 days of tenants clothing. 3) freezing all electronics and additional tenants belongings in the room. 4) applying pest control measures in the light switches, any wall cavity. 5) drilling additional holes in the walls in order to introduce alloted pesticide, for maximum effect. 6) removing and replacing bed and bedding. 7) removing and replacing carpeting with vinyl floor covering. the above proceedure will be repeated after 2 weeks. 8) after the second application tenant is to vacate premises for 4 hours. Not active
10/30/00 12/01/00 Remove and properly dispose peeling and flaking paint. repaint. (1001 hc) At door to unit 207. Not active
10/30/00 12/11/00 Remove and properly dispose peeling and flaking paint. repaint. (1001 hc) At door to unit 215 Not active
10/30/00 12/14/00 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
10/30/00 12/01/00 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
10/30/00 12/01/00 Provide minimum 135 degree viewer for entry doors of unit 217 (max mounting ht of 58") (706 hc) At door to unit 217. Not active
10/30/00 12/14/00 Remove and properly dispose peeling and flaking paint. repaint. (1001 hc) At door to unit 209. Not active
10/30/00 12/14/00 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
10/30/00 12/14/00 Remove and properly dispose peeling and flaking paint. repaint. (1001 hc) At door to unit 211. Not active
10/05/00 11/07/00 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
10/05/00 11/07/00 Provide minimum 135 degree viewer for entry doors of following units (max mounting ht of 58") (706 hc) At units 33 & 35 Not active
10/05/00 11/07/00 Remove and dispose properly peeling and flacking paint and repaint (1001 hc) At unit door 27, and at unit 19 door and frame Not active
10/04/00 11/06/00 Provide minimum 135 degree viewer for entry doors of following units (max mounting ht of 58") (706 hc) At the following units: 18 & 33 Not active
10/04/00 11/06/00 Remove and properly disposed peelin and flacking paint (1001hc) At door 30 Not active
10/04/00 11/06/00 Repair dryrotted door frame, remove peeling and flacking paint at door and frame (1001 hc) see attached note regarding lead in paint. At door 23 Not active
08/27/96 03/04/97 Provide handrails (802(c),1001(b)(13)hc) In unit # 440 & 454 front stairs. Not active
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