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888 7th Street

Just a reminder, we are about 85% sold at our new building at 888 7th Street in the Showplace Square/lower Potrero area. We have a limited number of junior one bedrooms homes available starting at $399,000. We have a limited number of one bedroom homes available starting at $499,000. These are great prices and great deals for first time home buyers.

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3 thoughts on “888 7th Street, 85% sold and looking for your $399,000”

  • Garrett

    July 9, 2008 at 7:17 am

    so now, the question of the hour…

    do you live at 888 7th street for sub $400K or do ya live at 380 Monterey for sub $400k? http://thefrontsteps.com/2008/07/08/sub-400k-at-380-monterey-101/

    (alex, thank me later for the new post idea 😉

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  • Dan

    July 9, 2008 at 6:01 pm

    79% (170/216) of the units are BMRs that were sold long ago, pre-construction, so “85% sold” means that only a few market rate units have sold.

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  • don

    August 31, 2008 at 6:37 pm

    so if 170 units are BMR, they can not be sold at market rate in the future and can not be rented out? is that how the BMR program work?

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