3280 22nd Street

A few weeks ago we let you know they were coming (and a reader nailed the tentative pricing). And today, we offer a few more details (Halila limestone, Zuma soaking tubs, and Duravit sinks in the bathrooms; Alpi & Teak cabinetry; hardwood floors made from reclaimed mine timbers), an exact address (3280 22nd Street), and “official” pricing:

∙ 3280 22nd Street #B (2/2) – $899,000
∙ 3280 22nd Street #C (2/2) – $849,000
∙ 3280 22nd Street #D (3/2) – $1,399,000

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by blahhh

    I went and checked out this place 2 weeks ago. Nice looking building with lots of attention for the details, but the street is not my cup of tea…

  2. Posted by Backup

    I live in the neighborhood. I love the building but basically 1.4 and the other two prices… a bit high for the location I think.

  3. Posted by zig

    I live up the street a bit. I am not sure if I would want to live in that location but that part of the Mission is my favorite. Lots of good stuff right there

  4. Posted by anong

    This project has many cool green features such as the living roof, rooftop PV, recycled/reclaimed materials, infill/close to all kinds of transit. Killer views from the penthouse unit, and love the smallish garage door too. Will make someone who digs the ‘hood very happy.

  5. Posted by Anon

    It is astonishing that the condo at the very top is being listed at 1.4 million – in the Mission. I wonder how this makes the anti-gentrification brigade in the Mission feel ?

  6. Posted by anon

    i checked it out and not worth the list price! only 2 bathrooms neither of them upstairs but both of them tiny. bare minimum closets, none of them walk in closets. big shear wall right in the middle open living area creates dead space in the corner. supposed “living roof” is really a small strip of shrubs that’s not even on the roof. best of all, you get a fantastic view right into the courtyard and windows of the low income section 8 housing next door!

  7. Posted by curmudgeon

    sold $1.45 9/2007
    resold #1.38 3/2011

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