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 6 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 6 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 6 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 6 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Reply Add a Comment Cancel Reply Comment Your email address will not be published.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 Incorrect or empty reCAPTCHA response, please try again. Enter the two words in the box: Enter the numbers you hear: Trending “Urban Outlet” Retail Center To Rise On Candlestick Point First Year-Over-Year Increase For Existing U.S. Home Sales Since 2013 A High Tech Home Hidden Behind A Classic Façade New Plans For Transbay Block To Contribute To The Public Realm Four New Policy Papers To Shape SF's Central SoMa Plan New Details And Timing For Twisty 400-Foot Tower European Food Market Razed For Condos To Rise West SoMa Development Watch: 99 Rausch Refined Environmental Review Of Warriors Mission Bay Arena Plan Underway Swedish American Hall Should Be A Landmark, Ja?