Ted Bartlett

U.C. Berkeley: B.A. Social Sciences and City and Regional Planning, SF University High School and Cathedral School for Boys

Ted began his real estate career in 1987 at UC Berkeley by purchasing the dilapidated nursing home at 2521 College Avenue that he expanded and converted the property into the vibrant 13 bedroom student rooming house you can live in today.

1992-94, Ted was a Vista Volunteer then project manager for SF non-profit Asian, Inc. for the new construction 24 unit affordable apartments at 518 Minna on 6th Street. Ted worked with the Asian, Inc.’s director, agencies, lenders, consultants, architect, engineers, general contractor, vendors, property manager, tenants, community and press from pre-development through completion and occupancy.

1995-97 at general contractor Fisher Development Inc., Ted worked as a project manager for nationwide retail and restaurant construction.

1997-98 at Chevy’s Inc. Ted managed new construction and remodel of large full service restaurants. In 1998 Ted received his California B Class General Contractors License.

In 1999 Ted joined Tina Bartlett Hinckley as a Realtor at McGuire Real Estate.

In 2011 Ted and Tina moved to Pacific Union now Compass. They thrive in, and contribute to, the dynamic assembly of San Francisco Realtors who share technology, knowledge and ideas at the best and highest volume real estate brokerage in our incredible City.

They love working with their Buyer and Seller clients in all San Francisco neighborhoods. Ted’s 50+ years in SF and his experience in development and construction is invaluable when advising clients.

Ted is developing the 8 Painted Gentlemen condominiums at 802-810 Steiner Street across from Alamo Square on the block north of the iconic Painted Ladies. Today you find three vacant entitled 27′ x 125′ lots where the Painted Gentlemen will soon rise.

The 8 - 8' x 8' revolving murals on the Painted Gentlemen site curated by local artist fnnch.com are part of the forthcoming San Francisco Art Trail connecting our beloved neighborhoods.

Ted Bartlett

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