The home has an 80-foot pool with panoramic views of Napa Valley, the vineyards and a reservoir/lake.
NYS Entity Status
NYS Filing Date
MAY 09, 2014
NYS DOS ID#
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2014 - 80 MONTGOMERY STREET, LLC
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- Listing of the Day: Napa Valley
Thursday Aug 3, 2017
- Old jokes still have charm in pleasantly amusing ‘Going in Style’
By Peter Hartlaub - Thursday Apr 6, 2017
Old jokes still have charm in pleasantly amusing ‘Going in Style’Director Zach Braff runs in the opposite direction of these stereotypes and all other things hackneyed, crafting an enjoyable time at the movies.The steel company gets bought by foreign concerns, and their pension disappears.The bank heist that ensues becomes a geriatric and mostly consequence-free “Hell or High Water” — more of a catharsis than a crime, to right a wrong created by a corrupt system.There’s a reverence that comes across for the lead actors in their late 70s and early 80s (“Scrubs” actor Braff may realize he could be playing one of these roles in 40 years).[...] Caine, Arkin and Freeman respond by giving their all.Arkin in particular embraces his role, with the same vibrant crankiness that won him an Academy Award for “Little Miss Sunshine.”The only truly uproarious sequence is a shoplifting caper that doesn’t make much sense, probably crafted for the visual of Caine and Freeman in a low-speed street chase on an old folks’ grocery-shopping scooter.[...] even that over-the-top contrivance ends pleasantly, with a humorous detente between our heroes and a flustered yet understanding store manager (Kenan Thompson, making the most of his three minutes of screen time).[...] when getting up to leave, I realized my face physically hurt from grinning throughout the movie.Like its lead characters, “Going in Style” just grooves along nicely, until the credits roll and you realize it was time well spent.
- Trump Regulation Plan Makes for Pleasant Reading on Wall Street
Tuesday Jun 13, 2017
The U.S. Treasury Department’s report on bank regulation recommends several changes that would greatly benefit top Wall Street institutions
- Victim killed in East Bay robbery was hardworking family man
By Sarah Ravani - Wednesday Jul 5, 2017
A gas station attendant shot to death during an armed robbery in Antioch was described on Wednesday by family and friends as a loving father who worked tirelessly to put two of his three children through college and had hoped to do the same for his teenage son. Jawad Ataie, 57, was working about 8:30 p.m. on Monday at the Valero gas station on 18th Street and Hillcrest Avenue when a man wielding a gun pistol-whipped him before fatally shooting him in the stomach and back, relatives said. Police apparently shot the suspected robber dead, but have yet to release any information on the incident. The Contra Costa County district attorney’s office confirmed Wednesday that the robber was killed and that prosecutors are investigating the officer-involved shooting in keeping with protocol for such incidents. From the window of the convenience store, Singh saw a police officer standing near the doorway of the Valero with his gun drawn. A few minutes after the suspect climbed over the fence, the officer returned to the gas station, Singh said, adding that it was unclear if more shots were fired. Noori declined to comment on details of the shooting, but said police were on the scene until 6 a.m. that Tuesday and took security footage from the gas station to review. Relatives said Ataie worked long hours seven days a week to help pay his son’s tuition at San Jose State University and to cover the cost of his daughter’s education at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill. Surjeet Virk, 40, has been working at the 7-Eleven across from Valero for eight years and said that while the area had seen a drop in criminal activity in recent years, it wasn’t surprising that an armed robbery had occurred.
- Bay Area political events: LGBT rights film, town hall
Thursday Jul 27, 2017
Bay Area political events: LGBT rights film, town hallPolitical events in the Bay AreaRep. Mark DeSaulnier, D-Concord, will host a Resistance Fair and discussion with Indivisible Guide co-author Jeremy Haile.The event is from 10 a.m. to noon at Diablo Valley College, Commons Quad and Cafeteria, 321 Golf Club Road, Pleasant Hill.Health care march: “Our Lives on the Line,” a nationwide protest against Republican health care plans.In Walnut Creek, a rally will begin at 1 p.m. with a short march at 2:30 p.m. Participants to meet at the corner of Mount Diablo Boulevard and Main Street.Participants will call representatives to defend the Affordable Care Act.Indivisible: A meeting, hosted by Indivisible East Bay, focused on the 2018 elections and local politics, from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. at the Oakland Main Library Auditorium, 125 14th St. For information: https://indivisibleeb.org/upcoming-eventsLGBT rights film: A free screening of We Came to Sweat:The Legend of Starlite, a film about the struggles of a historic, black-owned LGBT club, at 3:30 p.m. at Grace Cathedral, 1100 California St., San Francisco.Rep. Ro Khanna, D-San Jose, will host a town hall at 4 p.m. at the Sunnyvale Community Center, Orchard Pavilion, 550 E. Remington Drive, Sunnyvale.Helena, will host a town hall at 6 p.m. at the Rancho Cotate High School, 5450 Snyder Lane, Rohnert Park.Nuclear weapons march: A rally and march to commemorate the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and to call for nonviolent action.Join the Lamorinda Democratic Club for political trivia from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Lafayette Library and Learning Center, 3491 Mount Diablo Blvd.
- Silicon Valley Trails in Medical Tech
Sunday Jul 23, 2017
With smartphones everywhere and little regulation, India and Africa are set to lead.