110 Chattanooga #A Dining

As we wrote in October 2007:

It just under a year ago that we discovered the listing for 110 Chattanooga #B (which sold for $1,510,000). And as we noted, 110 Chattanooga is a “2-unit building on narrow lot” designed and built by Zack | de Vito Architecture in 2004. And as we also noted:

“Okay, we’ve taken the tour and if you’re a fan of modern/contemporary design we suggest you do the same (as usual, the pictures don’t do it justice). Now if we could only figure out a way to get our hands on #A…”

Well, it looks like we can finally stop scheming. 110 Chattanooga #A (the other half and home to the architects themselves) has officially hit the market. And yes, sometimes good things do come to those who wait.

110 Chattanooga Street #A ended up selling for $1,987,500 that November and returned to the market two months ago asking $1,998,000.  And today, the sale of our “well designed apple to be” closed escrow with a reported contract price of $2,025,000 (2 percent over its 2007 price on an apples-to-apples basis).

Comments from Plugged-In Readers

  1. Posted by dub dub

    Do I have to remind everyone of my patented lazy google indicator? 🙂

  2. Posted by Zip

    The mission (or in this case the neighborhood formerly known as the mission) is hot. As the “go to” spot for peninsula technocrats, is it’s success another reason for declines in other parts of town?

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