September 5, 2006
The Glassworks (207 King Street)
The Glassworks in Mission Bay (207 King) is as a mixed use development that included 34 residences when completed in 2003. Designed by Brand + Allen Architects, the units feature a wall of glass (along with central air conditioning) and overlook
Pac Bell SBC AT&T Park.
In addition to the original 34 residences, Santa Fe Partners recently converted an additional floor in the building (previously commercial) into a collection of five “upscale city homes” (four one bedrooms and one two bedroom). From a reader:
If you go to www.santafepartners.com, you will find some information about the units but if you fill out the form to have them contact you, you never hear back at all, either by phone or e-mail. I personally like the floor plans that I see on their website, but am surprised that there is never any follow up from Santa Fe Partners.
We’re surprised too. Does anyone have the inside scoop?
UPDATE (9/20): We have initial pricing:
∙ Glassworks #411 (1/2) 1461 sqft - $1,595,000
∙ Glassworks #412 (1/2) 987 sqft - $995,000
∙ Glassworks #413 (2/2) 1628 sqft - $1,650,000
∙ Glassworks #414 (1/2) 1172 sqft - $1,295,000
∙ Glassworks #415 (1/2) 1440 sqft - $1,495,000
First Published: September 5, 2006 10:16 AM
Comments from "Plugged In" Readers
I was able to get a call back from them several weeks ago. Prices were about $1000/sqft.
Posted by: Anonymous at September 5, 2006 11:04 AM
I looked at the place a few weeks ago. Great property. One of the partners is doing The Shoreline, so the appliances and things are similar. Very spacious, with views that are better than a lot of places. The drawback that I saw was it still has a commercial/office feel to it -- but with a good designer, that can be fixed. If the tipster wants to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org I'll put her/him in touch with the person who showed the place to me.
Posted by: Damion at September 5, 2006 1:17 PM
Call or email Brian Gottfredson:
The Shoreline's developer, Sean Mcardle, did those 5 Glassworks units as well so you'll see the spa bathrooms and Studio Becker cabnetry.
Also, Santa Fe's 310 Townsend has units available.
(I'm not affiliated with the real estate industry whatsoever beyond prospective buyer)
Posted by: pwb at September 5, 2006 9:53 PM