You can't base your pricing in the Upper Haight on price per square foot. A good agent is going to help you to look at everything in the neighborhood one by one and guide you in pricing. The real issue with the TIC market is days on market (DOM) and pricing. Actually this market is ALL about pricing. TICs have their challenges. If you're selling/buying 1 of 2 in a 2 unit TIC awesome! Easy! 3, 4, 5, 6 unit TIC building... yawn.
My colleagues won't be happy with this answer but when you do the analysis... pull the statistics, it simply takes longer to sell a TIC unit vs a real condo. Reality bites. Price it right and it will sell!
Take the time to look at the price of similar amenitized condos in the neighborhood. Condos will generally sell, faster, quicker and easier than a TIC. The caveat there is if the seller is real and they have priced it well. A 3BR/2BA TIC for $1.2M in Cow Hollow or Pac/Lower Pacific Heights versus and a single family home in a similar price range. It's a no brainer, the buyer will buy the house. That has been my experience. Getting a loan on a condo is difficult enough, now add in the factor of it being a shared loan/TIC or fractional. Whoa nelly!
I've sold a lot of TICs over the years. This is a more challenging market for TICs as there are too many well priced homes/condos and/or over priced condos on the market that people are making offers on. Clients I have worked with most recently have looked at both, then make an offer on a property; sometimes 3, 4 counter offers later; we're in contract.
Real buyer's are looking for good value and good pricing. My advice is price it right.