California Department of Real Estate #01153827
U.C. Berkeley: B.A. Social Sciences and City and Regional Planning, SF University High School and Cathedral School for Boys
In 1987 as an incoming Freshman at UC Berkeley Ted purchased the dilapidated nursing home at 2521 College Avenue, expanded and converted the property into the vibrant 13 bedroom student rooming house he operates today.
1992-94: 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. Worked with director, agencies, lenders, consultants, architect, engineers, general contractor, vendors, property manager, tenants, community and press from pre-development through completion and occupancy.
1995-97: Fisher Development general contractor. Project manager for nationwide retail and restaurant construction.
1997-98: Chevy’s Inc. Project manager for new construction and remodel of large full service restaurants.
1998: California B Class General Contractors License.
1999: joins his awesome mother Tina Bartlett Hinckley as a Realtor. They thrive in, and contribute to, the dynamic assembly of San Francisco Realtors who share ideas, insight, knowledge and technology in our incredible Home City.
They love working with their Buyer and Seller clients in all San Francisco neighborhoods. Ted’s 51 years in SF and his experience in and passion for community and housing development, design and construction is invaluable when advising clients.
Ted has developed more student housing in Berkeley, San Francisco homes, Napa estates and the entitled Painted Gentlemen condominiums at 802-810 Steiner Street across from Alamo Square on the block north of the iconic Painted Ladies.
The now third rotation of the 8 - 8' x 8' murals on the Painted Gentlemen site curated by local artist fnnch.com are part of ArtTrail SF connecting our beloved neighborhoods.