A plugged-in Mark Choey tackles the query of what’s made the Infinity realatively “hot” recently (“it has been confirmed that it is currently the fastest selling project in the West actually if not the country right now”) and offers some perspective on the various stacks.
It’s not the floor plan[s] per se that makes the building so “hot,” it is the price relative to what you are getting. If you are just looking at floor plans, [the “2B” floor plan] is not as attractive as other 2BR floor plans in the tower especially the “signature” curved floor plan (called the “2A” floor plan), and I agree the living/dining area is smaller than most would like, however most of the smaller 2BR floor plans stack face the water to the south or the city to the north if you get high enough to clear the mid-rise buildings of course (around the 12th floor and above).
And combining the view with the lower prices for the smaller 2BR relative to the signature curve plan (approx 12-15% smaller in fact and therefore cheaper), you have high demand for the “E” and the “A’s.”
Actually, this smaller 2BR floor plan is currently the most popular one in Tower 2! All of the other “stacks” have much more availability for various reasons. Other popular stacks and floors are the low floor “B” stack, the low “D” stack (below 10) and then the very high “B” stack from 27-30th floors. Anything under 1.0M sold very well and still is.
And of course, they’re dealing. Cheers.
∙ Confidentially Speaking About The Infinity [SocketSite]
∙ Infinity Floor Plans: The 2A | The 2B [the-infinity.com]
∙ Infinity Sales Update: New Contracts Up But Driven By Discounts [SocketSite]