LUMINA SF :定价,面积和销售新信息

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No…I have not been hacked. My assistant is fluent in Chinese, so we wanted to give you overseas readers something to consider. We’re here to help.

我最近收到关于Lumina豪宅的定价,面积和销售情况 (详细英文版):

定价如下(第1阶段) :
Studios :约 650平方英尺,695000 至 825000美元
1房 :约 850 至 870平方英尺(高塔)及约 880 至 1100平方英尺(广场) ,865000 至 1150000美元,
1房 + 书房:865000 至 1160000美元
2房 :约1170 至 1570平方英尺(高塔)及约1400 至1500平方英尺(广场) ,1225000 至 2295000美元
3房 :约1790 至 2670平方英尺,2350000 至 5350000美元

接受报价至到10月3日(星期五) 。目前只有两座大楼,里面只有52个单位提供出售。预计在第二阶段释放更多单位,定价会更新。

本新闻稿中提供的单位都在广场A座4楼,和D座7, 12, 18, 23, 30楼。预计2015年后期和2016年入住。

Lumina SF: Pricing, Square Footage, And Timing Of Sales – An Update

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I received new information regarding pricing, square footage, and timing of the Lumina residences, which I have edited and put in the original post, which you can find here, but if you’re on the email drip system, here you go:

Pricing (Phase 1):
-Studios: approximately 650 square feet, from $695,000 to $825,000
-1BR: approximately 850 to 870 square feet (Tower) and approximately 880 to 1100 square feet (Plaza), from $865,000 to $1,150,000,
-1BR + Den: from $865,000 to $1,160,000
-2BR: approximately 1170 to 1570 square feet (Tower) and approximately 1400 to 1500 square feet (Plaza), from $1,225,000 to $2,295,000
-3BR: approximately 1790 to 2670 square feet (both Tower & Plaza buildings), from $2,350,000 to $5,350,000

Currently no offers are being accepted, but will be considered starting Monday 9/29/14 by noon thru Friday 10/3/14. There are currently ONLY 52 units on offer in ONLY two of the buildings (as stated). After this release, they expect a much larger release of units in the second phase, and pricing will not be the same.

Units available in this release are in the Plaza A (mid rise building) on the 4th Floor, and Tower D (shorter of two towers) on floors 7,12,18,23,30…that’s it. Occupancy projected for late 2015 and 2016 respectively.

-Lumina SF: Luxury High Rise Living In Downtown San Francisco – The Inside Scoop [theFrontSteps]

5 Tips To Maximize Living In A Small Space

Living in San Francisco, I not only help my readers buy and sell property, but I also support new technology and innovation that has the potential to enrich our lives. Recently I came across a cool company, Boxbee, that is helping San Francisco residents get organized and reduce clutter. So with a little help from CEO Kristoph Matthews, we put our brains together and thought you could use a few tips to get maximum use and enjoyment out of your minimal space.

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You’re cramped, always tripping over stuff, stubbing toes, and cursing names. Here, in San Francisco, it can be a way of life- especially with micro-apartments and sub 400-square-foot apartments on the rise in the city. Try as you might you can’t downsize everything, and your storage hacks and inventive decorating just aren’t cutting it. It’s time to make some changes and get the most out of your space. To help you get started, we’ve put together a few helpful tips.

Clear the Clutter- This is probably the most obvious thing to do, but clearing the clutter can really help open a space up. It’s time to get ruthless. Do you really need that five-year-old espresso machine that has never been used? Probably not. Start by dividing your items and labeling things that should stay, be placed in storage, be recycled or trashed. This will help you start to feel organized and set the path to a more spacious home.

Make Every Piece Count- Your home is already lacking in space, which means you shouldn’t be showcasing your entire collection of precious figurines or baseball cards. Determine a handful of items you want to showcase and decorate your space around those belongings. Minimalist decorating will help open up your space and still allow you to showcase your personal taste. You could also switch up your featured personal items every six-months, or seasonally, to give you a new slate to work with, and keep things from getting boring.

Manipulate Space Visually- There are many ticks of the trade that can help manipulate your space into looking larger than it is. Painting your room cool, light colors is the first trick you should adopt. Choosing pastels, neutrals or whites will do wonders to a room. Another great trick is to add mirrors to the walls, which can create an illusion of more space. Furniture that is glass or mirrored will also have this same affect. Last but not least, instead of choosing decorative items that are wide, choose items that are vertical. This helps elongate the room and gives the illusion that your space is taller.

Maximize Furniture- Now that your clutter is clear and the walls are decked out to maximize space, it’s time to consider your furniture. Choose pieces that can serve multiple purposes. Instead of using a table to display items, try a chest that can double as a storage container. Also, instead of going after multiple couches and a love seat, try one larger couch that doesn’t take up quite as much space- or pieces that can convert uses. Furniture can really make or break a space.

Keep it Clear of Clutter, Again- People have an impressive ability to amass stuff as time goes on and it’s difficult to rid yourself of items that you have an emotional tie. Instead of downsizing items you will need in the future, try using storage solutions like Boxbee, a self-service storage solution that handles the hassle and allows you to store and manage your belongings from your mobile device without ever having to leave the comfort of your home. With Boxbee, your belongings are always just a delivery away. This way, you won’t have to get rid of your items and can maintain your new spacious and clutter free home right up until the time you decide to list it for sale…with me, of course.

Here’s another tip: Don’t play leap-frog with a unicorn.

Have a great day!

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It’s Friday! Top 10 Overbids To Spark Your Cocktail Conversations Tonight

You’re all probably wondering where the hell I went. I’m here. Representing buyers and sellers in this frenzied market. This market that is full of crazy overbids, properties getting many multiples of offers, and at the same time properties that are now sitting in the dead pool. I call these “Stalefish” a.k.a. 30+ Club, and you can see some of them here.

But it’s Overbids, the Top 10 to be specific, that you came to see, so here they are. Have a great weekend!

Address BR/BA/Units DOM List Price Sold Price Overbid
3955 19th St 2/2.00/N/A 12 $1,195,000 $1,830,000 53.14%
1493 Newcomb Ave 2/1.00/N/A 3 $408,888 $623,700 52.54%
14 Ulloa St 2/1.00/N/A 25 $798,000 $1,125,000 40.98%
662 Elizabeth St 2/1.00/ 9 $799,000 $1,105,750 38.39%
369 Arguello Blvd 371 2-4 Units 29 $1,650,000 $2,250,000 36.36%
131 Harold Ave 2/1.00/N/A 16 $599,000 $805,000 34.39%
3615 20th St 2/2.00/6 13 $1,049,000 $1,400,000 33.46%
525 27th Ave 527 2-4 Units 21 $1,190,000 $1,580,000 32.77%
460 Andover St 4/2.50/N/A 10 $1,250,000 $1,650,000 32.00%
17 Valletta Ct 19 2-4 Units 36 $1,100,000 $1,450,000 31.82%

-Properties Still available [The Goods 30+ Club]

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255 New Listings In The Past 3 Days – Time To Go Shopping!

I thought I’d do a quick post directing you all to the easiest place to see the flood of new inventory just hit our market the past two weeks, specifically the past two days, including this $16,000,000 home at 298 Chestnut, and this $9,500,000 Modern Drooler at 16 Spruce.

As of today, there are about 255 new listings hit the market in the past 3 days…as a comparison, August saw 431 listings total for the entire month. Any of you buyers thinking about taking it easy this weekend…think again. Act quickly before you miss out.

BTW, these data tables are so easy and fun to sort, it’s just the thing for all of you real estate porn addicts. If you’re agent isn’t sending them to you, they should. Just sayin’.

Have a great weekend!

-New Listings on the market in the past two weeks [The Goods]

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