After the earthquake of 1906 San Francisco burned to the ground. In the aftermath the city built "earthquake shacks." A few of these 1907 homes remain including this one which I call the "Casa Shipwreck," a home that feels like a journey at sea.
A beautiful 2 bedroom (with loft) historic home in quiet Potrero Hill. This is a shared home, with one other room on Airbnb. Fireplace, garden and new kitchen and bathroom. This is the back bedroom with a full size bed near the kitchen. An easy trip downtown on the 3rd street light rail past the ball park.
The whole house and yard. Street parking here is easy. Nearby shops, restaurants and bars on 18th street on Potrero Hill and on 22nd street in Dogpatch.
Interaction with guests
Always happy to have a friendly conversation, offer coffee, tea or drinks and offer suggestions for things to do and explore in San Francisco. I love this city!
Other things to note
Let me know if you'd like to light the fire pit in the yard or the fireplace here in the house. Happy to offer pancakes or eggs for breakfast, coffee in the morning or a beer or glass of wine in the evening.
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Make yourselves at home and relax. If there's anything I can do to make you more comfortable or offer guidance around the city, I'm here for you.
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I help build teams that empower creative people.
I love meeting new people and trying new things and my lack of shyness has taken me all over the world. When on vacation, sometimes I'll sit in cafes and read all kinds of books for days. When I get moving, I enjoy hiking and mountaineering, scuba diving and exploring new terrain.
How can we bake more creativity into all of our processes? Through Q&A and investigation, I strive to bring marketing and cross industry thinking to technology companies. Currently I serve as VP of Business Development at Cronos CCS, delivering a powerful combination of software and consulting to the pharmaceutical companies who are testing CNS medications. I was VP of Customer Engagement at Artkick and am co-founder of Good People, a supper club that seeks to foster community, trust and friendship through food, drink and conversation. I recently served as business development lead at Gershoni Creative and was co-founder of Frey Norris Gallery, a "micro-multinational" contemporary art business. Having spent 15 years operating in the art world, I occasionally consult privately to art galleries, non-profits, private and corporate collectors and artists.
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