We know there are many of you out there sad at the fact you may have missed out on Ritz-Carlton Residence #2203 when it came on the market at $2,600,000 over two Stalecades ago. You may have been sad then when you missed out on the price reduction after price reduction down to the most recent list price of $1,998,000. We know, we know…more than $1300 per square foot to live in the same building as a YouTube founder, or Crocs founder just sounds so cheap and you missed your opportunity. The two bedroom (we’re calling it one bedroom with a sliding wall to make two), two and one half bath luxury residence in the sky is something to behold, but it’s gone. Off the market.
Psyche! It’s coming back! It’s gonna be back on the market and you, dear luxury buyer, best do your homework, because we’re told it is coming back on the market around $2,225,000 (give or take a couple thousand bucks)! Yes, that’s right. Your chance is here to buy it for more than the previous list price in a down market where high end luxury is getting hammered. Home Owners dues are low, only $2400/month, and the price is climbing on this listing to be, so give us a shout and we’ll get you in there before the rest of the masses clambering for an over-priced slice of pie in the sky.
For the record, it is a beautiful unit in a great building and there are other great units for sale (and motivated sellers), we’re just not so sure bringing Unit #2203 back on the market at a price higher than the previous list price that didn’t sell is such a good idea. (Good way to get a listing though.) Of course, if someone is not doing their homework and they don’t check the property history (think Shady Agent tactics), there will be no harm done (ignorance is bliss, really). Otherwise, consider yourself educated, and tell your friends we almost always have the inside track to San Francisco real estate, and we’ll make sure your ass is covered.
-[Editor’s Note: One Stalecade is equal to one property that has been on the market 100 days or more. Stalefish + Decade = Stalecade. Therefore, a property on the market over 200 days has survived two Stalecades…a stretch in terms, but we’re running with it.]