Having sold for $7,200,000 two years ago, the purchase of 765 Market Street #27A was the second most expensive in San Francisco’s Four Seasons history, second only to the 4,336 square foot Grand Penthouse #A which sold for $8,975,000 in 2008.
As plugged-in people know, the 3,318 square foot #27A was redesigned (think moving a bath and the kitchen) and renovated by Orlando Diaz-Azcuy Design (think not cheap):
While you won’t currently find 765 Market Street #27A on the MLS, the condo is back on the market and asking $8,400,000 which includes the Orlando Diaz-Azcuy custom designed furniture, and a few enhancements, once again.
And yes, the buyer should be well aware of the proposed 550-foot 706 Mission tower which will rise to the right of the brick Aronson Building below if approved.
Full Disclosure: The listing agent for 765 Market Street #27A advertises on SocketSite but provided no compensation for this post.
∙ Listing: 765 Market Street #27A (3/4.5) 3,318 sqft – $8,400,000 [fourseasons27a.com]
∙ Second Most Expensive Sale In San Francisco Four Seasons’ History [SocketSite]
∙ San Francisco’s Four Seasons (765 Market) #27A: Winter 2011 [SocketSite]
∙ 550-Foot Museum And Condo Tower Prepares For A Critical Vote [SocketSite]