Commercial Neighborhoods QuickLinks QuickLinks: South Mission Bay Living By The BT Headlines April 17, 2009 ∙ Recession slows arrival of shopping, eating venues [Business Times] ∙ Creating nightlife a challenge for businesses, neighborhood [Business Times] Recent Articles No Rebound For You! (In Fact A Below Average Seasonality Bump) 118 Cervantes Boulevard: Listed, Numbers, And Your Peek Inside Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers Posted by Jay 8 years ago I live in “The Towers” – 88 King St. List price of 2 bed/2 baths have dropped from $800k+ to $650k in the course of the last 6 months. But they are still not selling… Reply Posted by Rincon Hill Billy 8 years ago Jay – that one sold. It was only one unit listed at 650k. The seller already bought a different unit for a substantial discount elsewhere and just needed to unload the one at 88 King. I believe, don’t quote me on this, but it received multiple offers and is in escrow. The rest of 88 King looks pretty healthy (not like I have a stake in this) Reply Posted by Jay 8 years ago Still on MLS with open house on Sunday – are you sure it sold? Will find out Sunday. http://www.redfin.com/CA/San-Francisco/88-King-St-94107/unit-519/home/1977984 Jay Reply Posted by chuckie 8 years ago “The rest of 88 King looks pretty healthy (not like I have a stake in this)” Doesn’t look very healthy to me. 6 units on sales…every single one with reductions…every single below their previous sales prices going back to 2003 and as far back as 12/2000. http://www.redfin.com/search#lat=37.780683250983316&long=-122.38896131515503&market=sanfrancisco&sf=1,2&status=1&v=4&zoomLevel=19 Reply Add a Comment Cancel Reply Comment Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Name * Email * Website The reCAPTCHA response was either incorrect or empty, please try again. Enter the two words in the box: Enter the numbers you hear: Trending New Condo Sales Drop to a Multi-Year Low in San Francisco Inventory of Homes for Sale in S.F. Ticks Up Post Presidents Day Affordable Development Challenged Streamlined Review for Renzo Piano Tower Approved The Redevelopment of Stuff Economic Development Agency Opposes More Height on Mission Balboa Reservoir Announcement Pushed Back Bigger Plans to Transform This Tenderloin Block and Local Icon Major Western SoMa Development Closer to Reality Cha Cha Condos in the Haight?