Articles Recently Tagged: 2006 Washington

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Even More Exclusive in San Francisco

Even More Exclusive in San Francisco

While the Business Times has just broken the “exclusive” news that a 3,326-square-foot condo atop the new tower at 181 Fremont Street has sold for “$15 million or about $4,509 per square foot, setting a record as the highest price-per-square-foot condo sale in San Francisco,” it’s time for a... Read More »

Pac Heights Apartment Quietly on the Market for $25 Million

Pac Heights Apartment Quietly on the Market for $25 Million

While it hasn’t officially been listed for sale, unit #2 in the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street is now quietly on the market with a $25 million price tag. In addition to the building’s entire second floor, the roughly 7,800-square-foot cooperative unit, which is currently configured... Read More »

Nearly $6,000 per Square Foot in Pac Heights (Two Years Ago)

Nearly $6,000 per Square Foot in Pac Heights (Two Years Ago)

As we first reported back in early 2015: The 10th floor of the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street traded hands in a hush-hush deal and at a price point never before seen in San Francisco. While the seller had been privately seeking as much as... Read More »

Pac Heights Apartment Fetches a Mere $3,860 per Square Foot

Pac Heights Apartment Fetches a Mere $3,860 per Square Foot

While 10 percent under its $24.5 million asking price, the eighth floor of the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street has traded hands for $22 million or roughly $3,860 per square foot. Designed by Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer in 1924, the full-floor cooperative apartments at 2006 Washington overlook... Read More »

Priced at $4,300 per Square Foot in Pacific Heights

Priced at $4,300 per Square Foot in Pacific Heights

The entire eighth floor of the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street is now officially on the market with a $24.5 million price tag. Measuring 5,700 square feet and originally occupied by Dean Witter (think Dean Witter Reynolds), that’s roughly $4,300 per square foot for 2006 Washington... Read More »

Pacific Heights Penthouse Sale Smashes SF Real Estate Records

Pacific Heights Penthouse Sale Smashes SF Real Estate Records

The 10th floor of the überexclusive Pacific Heights building at 2006 Washington Street has traded hands in a hush-hush deal and at a price point never before seen in San Francisco. While the seller had been privately seeking as much as $35 million for the 5,400-square-foot, full-floor unit #10, according... Read More »

Tippy Top Tier Apples-To-Apples Atop Pacific Heights

Tippy Top Tier Apples-To-Apples Atop Pacific Heights

As we wrote about the five million dollar pied-a-terre at 2006 Washington two months ago: Designed by Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer, the überexclusive building at 2006 Washington was designed to take advantage of 100 feet of open space to the west, facing the Golden Gate Bridge and overlooking the Spreckels... Read More »

A Five Million Dollar Pied–À–Terre In Pacific Heights

A Five Million Dollar Pied–À–Terre In Pacific Heights

Designed by Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer, the überexclusive building at 2006 Washington was designed to take advantage of 100 feet of open space to the west, facing the Golden Gate Bridge and overlooking the Spreckels Mansion in which Danielle Steele now resides. Originally ten units, the 2,200 square foot penthouse... Read More »

A Pacific Heights Crown Jewel Unit Sells For Pre-2000 Pricing

A Pacific Heights Crown Jewel Unit Sells For Pre-2000 Pricing

Once asking as much as $15,000,000 but last listed for $8,500,000, the sale of 2006 Washington Street #4 closed escrow yesterday with a reported contract price of $7,000,000 for the full-floor five-bedroom unit. Yes, eight million (53 percent) under original asking in the Conrad Alfred Meussdorffer designed “crown jewel”... Read More »

A Peek Inside A Recently Staged 2006 Washington Number Four

A Peek Inside A Recently Staged 2006 Washington Number Four

While “totally empty as of a couple of weeks ago,” as a plugged-in reader notes with respect to 2006 Washington Number 4: “New Interior Pics online that should put to rest any questions about the interior condition of this unit. Although no pics of kitchen and some of the... Read More »