We’ve all heard about the latest craze to talk about what buildings aren’t selling what, what price reductions happened where, what incentives are being offered here, and which penthouse condos are selling for what. If you’ve been reading up on your bay area blogs, you’ll likely already know that the entire 60th floor of One Rincon Hill is again available, but not presented as an opportunity to purchase yet another excellent slice of pie in the sky, rather a failure to close contracts due to the recent national recession (half full, half empty).
So, should you only be in the $2+ Million buying range, you could take your pic of one of the four residences on the 60th floor (at least one on the 59th too):
The views from up there are nothing short of extraordinary.
Or, should you be walking around with roughly $14 Million burning a hole in your pocket, you could chop down a few of those walls and take the entire 60th Floor (5900 square feet) all to yourself (okay, maybe you could share with your honey….or us).
Opportunity knocks, and we’re dying to come to the parties. We’re not sure if when you purchase the entire top floor you’d have exclusive access to swim in the seismic water tank on top, but it never hurts to ask.
4 thoughts on “Que Sera, Sera: One Rincon Hill’s 60th Floor Penthouse Residence ($14M)”
What was the buyer’s reason for backing out? It’s not like someone with 14 mil to drop on an SF crash pad just got laid off from his/her junior marketing position at ebay…
Don’t know how many buyers backed out, possibly all four. This is the first they’ve marketed the top all as one unit.
sad. I don’t think its right to lock up a place for months on end then back out.
Man i’m really lving this site! Why did it take me so long to find it?