Articles Recently Tagged: 338 Main Street #D35A

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Reduced Rents and Pricing for a Prized View Condo

Reduced Rents and Pricing for a Prized View Condo

Purchased from the sales office for $3,149,500, or roughly $2,003 per square foot, back in June of 2016, the “highest and largest” two-bedroom, two-bath unit in the Lumina tower at 338 Main Street, unit #35A, was then listed for $3,449,000 in March of 2017 while alternatively being offered for... Read More »

Lumina Condos Listed at Losses Reduced Again

Lumina Condos Listed at Losses Reduced Again

Purchased from Lumina’s sales office for $3,149,500 or $2,003 per square foot in June of last year, the 1,572-square-foot, two-bedroom unit #D35A, which is now described as the “highest and largest” two-bedroom with two baths in the development’s tower D, returned to the market listed for $3,449,000 this past... Read More »

The Bestest Priced Two-Bedroom in SF’s Premier High-Rise?

The Bestest Priced Two-Bedroom in SF’s Premier High-Rise?

Purchased for $1.495 million in September 2015, the 1,418-square-foot Lumina unit #2A at 318 Main Street returned to the market this past June listed for $1.649 million and touting: “Best priced 2bed/2bath home in San Francisco’s premier luxury high rise condo!” While the June listing has since been withdrawn... Read More »

Million Dollar Price Cut for a New Penthouse Condo

Million Dollar Price Cut for a New Penthouse Condo

Measuring 3,770 square feet and outfitted with three bedrooms, four full bathrooms and a pair of private balconies, the Lumina Tower D unit #36A at 338 Main Street was relatively priced and listed at $8,895,000, or roughly $2,359 per square foot, by the sales office last year. Said listing... Read More »

Year-Old Lumina Condos Now Listed at a Loss

Year-Old Lumina Condos Now Listed at a Loss

Purchased for $1,375,000 or roughly $1,610 per square foot in March of last year, the one-bedroom Lumina condo #D20H at 338 Main Street returned to the market listed for $1,499,000 two months ago, a sale at which would have represented apples-to-apples appreciation of 9.0 percent over the past year.... Read More »