Coveted LEED Condo Listed Below its 2015 PriceApril 9, 2018
Listed as “a coveted 1-bedroom + den/office/dining at the ARTERRA, San Francisco’s premiere LEED-Silver luxury residential high rise” in August of 2015, the 851-square-foot unit #604 at 300 Berry Street was in contract within a week and sold for $1.02 million that September.
With the owner now moving out of the country, 300 Berry #604 is now back on the market with a $988,000 list price, a price which includes “most [of the] furniture showed in [the] pictures” below.
If you think you know the existing condo (and used furniture) market in north Mission Bay, now’s the time to tell.
Comments from Plugged-In Readers
Its a pretty bland unit. The bedroom door opens into the middle of the “living area.” The rooms are all shoebox shaped and the bath has no natural light. All the fixturing and details are perfunctory like you would see in a condo anywhere in the US. To me anything above $1000 a sq ft is a stretch.
Keep in mind that the sale in 2015 set a comp at roughly $1,199 per square foot, at which point the unit was fetching a rent of $3,725 per month and the monthly HOA dues, which have since increased to $538, were $466.
This! It’s dark and gloomy, and the interiors are too basic to justify a high price.
boxy and boring
One of the worst buildings I’ve ever seen built in the modern era of SF development. It’s neighbor is just as bad. That’s why I’m scared to death of the Central SoMa plan.
The city has proven over and over again that ‘mid-rise’ zoning = ugly box.
Looks like living in witness protection.
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