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A Signature Two-Bedroom Just Slipped Below Its 2016 Price

A Signature Two-Bedroom Just Slipped Below Its 2016 Price

Purchased for $1.895 million in the first quarter of 2016, the 1,401-square foot unit #21G in the LUMINA tower at 338 Main Street returned to the market priced at $2.195 million this past July, a sale at which would have represented total appreciation of 15.8 percent for the “coveted... Read More »

More Cuts for Luxury Condos Already Listed at a Loss

More Cuts for Luxury Condos Already Listed at a Loss

Purchased from the sales office for $1.57 million in February of 2016, the 993-square-foot, one-plus-bedroom unit #8J atop the Lumina plaza building at 333 Beale Street returned to the market priced at $1.449 million this past September. In addition to twelve-foot ceilings, two “spa-inspired bathrooms” and a modern kitchen... Read More »

Official Cuts for a Pair of Penthouse Shells

Official Cuts for a Pair of Penthouse Shells

As we first noted two months ago: Technically it’s not a price cut, the prevalence of which has been on the rise in San Francisco, as the list price for the 5,700-square-foot penthouse shell #41A atop the LUMINA tower at 201 Folsom Street remains at $11.495 million. But the... Read More »

Truth in Advertising, Eventually

Truth in Advertising, Eventually

Its sale won’t be perfectly apples-to-apples as the offering now includes a storage unit in the building which was purchased separately, but having been purchased for $1,419,478 in April of 2016, the “rarely available top floor plaza unit” #C8H at 333 Beale Street, a 985-square-foot, one-bedroom LUMINA condo with... Read More »

Sub-2016 Pricing for a Luxury Two-Bedroom with Views

Sub-2016 Pricing for a Luxury Two-Bedroom with Views

Purchased for $2.425 million in April of 2016, the two-bedroom unit #22E in the LUMINA tower at 338 Main Street returned to the market looking nearly new and priced at $2.488 million this past June, a sale at which would have represented total appreciation of 2.6 percent for the... Read More »

Another Luxury Two-Bedroom Nearly Fetches Its 2016 Price

Another Luxury Two-Bedroom Nearly Fetches Its 2016 Price

Purchased for $1.85 million in the first quarter of 2016, the 1,178-square foot unit #14B in the LUMINA tower at 338 Main Street returned to the market listed at the same price, or roughly $1,570 per square foot, this past March. While not one of the signature units with... Read More »

Looking for an Incentive to Purchase a Penthouse Shell?

Looking for an Incentive to Purchase a Penthouse Shell?

Technically it’s not a price cut, the prevalence of which has been on the rise in San Francisco, as the list price for the 5,700-square-foot penthouse shell #41A atop the LUMINA tower at 201 Folsom Street remains at $11.495 million. But the listing notes for the two-level unit have... Read More »

Luxury Two-Bedroom with Views Nearly Fetches its Early 2018 Price

Luxury Two-Bedroom with Views Nearly Fetches its Early 2018 Price

Purchased for $2.38 million in February of 2018, the two-bedroom unit #31C on the 31st floor of LUMINA’s Tower B (201 Folsom Street, at the corner of Beale) returned to the market with a $2.688 million price tag three months ago, a sale at which would have represented anticipated... Read More »

Price Cuts for ‘Rarely Available,’ yet Almost New, One-Bedroom

Price Cuts for ‘Rarely Available,’ yet Almost New, One-Bedroom

Priced by the sales office at $1.25 million in January of 2017, the sale of the one-bedroom unit #18D within the new Lumina tower at 201 Folsom Street closed escrow with a contract price of $1.235 million that March. This past August, the 876-square-foot unit returned to the market priced... Read More »

Coveted Two-Bedroom Nearly Fetches Its 2016 Price

Coveted Two-Bedroom Nearly Fetches Its 2016 Price

Measuring a 1,403 square feet and dubbed “one of the most coveted view homes at LUMINA,” the two-bedroom unit #16C in the tower at 201 Folsom Street was purchased for $2,178,808 in August of 2016. Featuring “floor-to-ceiling glass windows framing a panoramic view of the city skyline across the... Read More »