1299 Bush: #201 Living

Floor plans and a gallery of photos are now online for Citadine (1299 Bush).

In terms of pricing, currently ranging from $495,000 for a 558 square foot one-bedroom to $1,669,000 for a 1,573 square foot three-bedroom on the eighth (“penthouse”) floor:

∙ 1299 Bush Street #201 (2/3) 1,531 sqft – $1,259,000
∙ 1299 Bush Street #203 (2/2) 940 sqft – $795,000
∙ 1299 Bush Street #204 (1/1) 558 sqft – $495,000
∙ 1299 Bush Street #802 (3/2) 1,573 sqft – $1,669,000

We’ll call it aggressive pricing, but perhaps not in the way some had hoped.

25 thoughts on “Citadine (1299 Bush): Current Pricing And A Peek Inside”
  1. Worst. Work Triangles. Ever. Those kitchens are a triumph of form over function.
    Really…couldn’t they have sprung for some walls (or at least an island or a bar) in the kitchens?
    Is that electric heat in the bedroom?

  2. Went there this weekend. A couple of the townhouse units on the second floor were really nice (and really overpriced), with HUGE terraces, etc. But overall the finishes were probably the worst I’ve ever seen in a new building. They looked like they’d fall apart in a month. And some of the designs (olive green kitchens with silver paisley backsplashes, for example) were so bad my eyes hurt.

  3. I know the area well and I would ask the agents for comps as these prices are off the charts high for the offering, finishes, amenities, location and view corridors. I would pay no more than $450-$550 PSF for this product type. Perhaps they will find some suckers but the pricing is so high it does not even warrant negotiation at this point.

  4. Posters above obviously did not go to the web site and click on the “My Investment” button. All is revealed there about the confluence of circumstances and timing that make the Citadine the perfect place to buy now.
    And yes, those do appear to be electric heaters. I can’t believe this project has been in the system for so long that it was under the old Title 24 code, which still allowed them. Certainly a contributing factor to the perceived, and justified, impression of gross overpricing.

  5. I got this nasty infection once and had to take Citadine for two weeks to clear it up.
    You can get very, very nice places in great neighborhoods for the pricing on the 1500sf units. You’d have to be nuts to pay that for these units in this neighborhood (the TenderNob?)

  6. @oneeyedman What heating technology is required by current code? I have those cheesy in-wall resistance heaters in my place and absolutely loathe them.
    But I must say, I’m a little intrigued by the deliberate “anti-kitchen” approach. It would be a little inconvenient for massive cooking projects but it opens up some interesting design options. Congrats to these folks for trying something different.
    Agree with the other comments, prices are laughable in the current market.

  7. If you’re taking Citidine and experience an erection lasting more than 4 hours, please call your Realtor immediately

  8. Delivery Guy: Hey, whatta ya want me to do with these expensive appliances.
    Contractor: Just put em over in the corner of the Living Room and we’ll figure it out later.

  9. Prices will drop in 4,3,2,1… AMAZING PRICE REDUCTIONS – CAN’T MISS SALES EVENT – 1 DAY ONLY – you get the drift….

  10. ^ First they’ll have a couple of fake “sales” at the asking price so that people will think the “amazing price reductions” are a “deal”.

  11. Well, they might as well start somewhere. I agree though, the neighborhood is tad too grungy for my tastes to get those prices.

  12. I love the kitchens. I like to cook but don’t want too much space wasted on the kitchen, ie an island. I’d rather walk a bit further and have some extra room in the living areas.
    That said, I don’t think they will get these prices.

  13. I love that they tout the “pundits and economists” opinion that the market has bottomed out and that prices are on the rise (see the “Your Investment” link)
    It was think kind of crack-smoking that got us into this mess in the first place. I wonder what kind of appraisals will come in now that the banks (and not the realtors) assign the appraiser.

  14. This offering is a dog. In a dog neighborhood. With fleas. At those prices, virtually any other offering is a deal compared to this.
    Hey developer, welcome to 2009. Go peddle this crap somewhere else.

  15. This condo is in a great neighborhood…for me to poop on! But seriously, even I have standards — too much poop on the street already. Citadine sounds like the medication you will have to take after getting a disease from the folks in the Tenderloin on your way here.

  16. The heating elements are not electric resistance. They are highly efficient (75% more efficient) individual Hydronic heating systems.

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