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Living High for a Little Less: 188 Minna #27D (St. Regis, San Francisco)

Stalefish at the St. Regis, San Francisco.
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Originally listed at $3,495,000 for this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath, 1792 square foot, luxury slice of pie in the sky, the price has been dropping, while the days on market have been climbing. Price now, $2,995,000. Days on market, 150. (That would actually be an interesting chart to see how as the DOM goes up, the price comes down.)

Since we’re talking about the St. Regis, you buyers out there might like to know of what else you can get in that building. You can get the penthouse for $70 Million (or a bit less), or, take your pick from this list. Just because it might be “expired” or “withdrawn”, or not on MLS, doesn’t mean it can’t be sold. And guess what? We know the scoop, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you’d like to learn more.

It also begs the question, “Is the addition of Millennium Tower to our market hurting sales at the St. Regis?”

St. Regis Penthouse on sale for $70 Million [sfgate.com]


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2 thoughts on “Living High for a Little Less: 188 Minna #27D (St. Regis, San Francisco)”

  • Anon

    October 28, 2008 at 9:43 am

    yo alex. you have 31B on there as active and withdrawn on your list.

    [Editor’s Note: Good eye, and thanks. It’s been changed.]

  • 40YearOldRenter

    October 28, 2008 at 6:04 pm

    nobody is buying anything now, unless they are just oozing with money to spread.

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