It’s the first resale of the 3,640 square foot full-floor 1001 California #3 since its complete overhaul by architect Andrew Skurman and designer Suzanne Tucker in the late 90’s.
From its Architectural Digest “before and after” feature in 1999 with regard to its pre-overhauled state: “The apartment was trying to be French, but it wasn’t doing a very good job. The quality wasn’t there.” Not unlike many a “luxury” property about town.
If you have to ask monthly HOA dues of $5,886 which doesn’t include the $325 a month for leased (but at least valet) parking nearby. And Friia if you have to ask that as well.
With regard to 1001 California‘s long vacant ground floor, a plugged-in reader reports:
Plans are afoot to convert the empty ground floor restaurant space, which has had multiple failed attempts, most recently Beaucoup in 2002, into two multi-level condos. Design by noted Pac Heights architect Butler-Armsden.
∙ Listing: 1001 California #3 (2/2.5) – $7,250,000 [1001california.com] [MLS]
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