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Sub-2007 Pricing for a Luxury Two-Bedroom Pad

Sub-2007 Pricing for a Luxury Two-Bedroom Pad

Back in 2007, the 1,670-square-foot, two-bedroom unit #27C in the St. Regis Museum Tower building at 188 Minna Street quickly fetched the $2.75 million price at which it was listed, financed by the Hong Kong-based Bank of East Asia. Featuring “one of St. Regis’s most desirable floorplans,” with “skyline... Read More »

The Stories behind This Story on Mission Street

The Stories behind This Story on Mission Street

It’s true, the two adjacent buildings at 657 Mission and 667 Mission Street have traded hands, purchased from separate sellers by Chinese developer Vanke and local partner Align Real Estate, as reported by the San Francisco Business Times. And according to the Business Times, the two buildings, which are... Read More »

A Voyeur’s Dream Condo, Post-Bubble Buyer’s Dream Outcome

A Voyeur’s Dream Condo, Post-Bubble Buyer’s Dream Outcome

Purchased for $2,250,000 in 2007, remodeled with a wall of glass between a bedroom and living room to provide more light, and then listed for sale asking $2,595,000 in 2008, the rather voyeurlicious™ two-bedroom St. Regis condo #23F sold in a short sale for $1,588,000 in 2012. While never... Read More »

Before And After On The 25th Floor Of The St. Regis

Before And After On The 25th Floor Of The St. Regis

Purchased for $1,930,000 in January of 2013 having traded for $2,100,000 in July of 2008, the 1,527 square foot St. Regis condo #25F has since been completely remodeled. The wall between the living room and second bedroom has been removed to open up the space, replaced with a sliding... Read More »

An Incomplete Data Point At The St. Regis (188 Minna)

An Incomplete Data Point At The St. Regis (188 Minna)

At least one reader was recently wondering about the going price per square foot over at The St. Regis (188 Minna). Well, unit #27C just hit the market (it’s a 1,670 square foot two bedroom/two and one half bath). They’re asking $2,750,000. And yes, that’s $1,646 per square foot.... Read More »