1355 Pacific: Bath
Two one-bedrooms at 1355 Pacific have been listed with prices of $749,000 for the 879 square foot #103 ($852 per square) and $849,000 for the 880 square foot #403 three floors above (and $964 per square).
In addition, the website for 1355 Pacific has been updated to include interior photos for three of the twenty-three units (but still notes “prices from $799,000”).
∙ Listing: 1355 Pacific Avenue #103 (1/1.5) 879 sqft – $749,000 [MLS]
∙ Listing: 1355 Pacific Avenue #403 (1/1.5) 880 sqft – $849,000 [MLS]
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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by chguy

    These places are just depressingly predictable.

  2. Posted by SFRE

    How can you fit 2/2 into 880sqft comfortably?
    In either case, given the lack of inventory, these will sell. The properties over at 1635 California have sold, and I imagine that these at 1355 Pacific are much nicer (in addition to being in a better location).
    [Editor’s Note: That “2/2” should have been “1/1.5” above (and since corrected). Regardless, you’d be surprised what you can do with 880 well designed square feet.]

  3. Posted by tj

    “How can you fit 2/2 into 880sqft comfortably?”
    What are you talking about? Most 2 beds in new construction are around the 900-1000 range. That’s why I typically hate new construction. My 1 bedroom in a 1920’s high rise is 1200 glorious square feet. I wouldn’t trade it for one of these rat traps for anything.

  4. Posted by FAA

    Why the photo of the washroom for unit #203 when linking up units #103 and #403?
    [Editor’s Note: It was simply a matter of aesthetics. But good point, and since changed to an image of the bath in #103.]

  5. Posted by sunnyvalesteve

    Has anyone lived with those glass panel doors? I like the light transmission, but I’m wondering if they provide enough privacy for a small bathroom and a bedroom.

  6. Posted by Wendy Hoechstetter

    FAA, it’s a matter of taste. Some love having the bathroom open like that; others hate it. It’s a simple matter to change them out for solid doors if you want – or to just install an operable window treatment on them so you can decide when you want the privacy or not.

  7. Posted by nottimhawko

    I’m not sure if $852/sqft for 103 is the right price but, it has a great layout for a 1 bedroom. The doors off the bedroom and living room to the patio are really. Absolutely no closet space.
    Bachelor pad or pied-a-terre only.
    Also pretty sweet photoshop job on that fireplace.

  8. Posted by Charlotte

    The bathroom seriously creeps me out. It looks like it could be a bathroom in a parking garage or subway.

  9. Posted by Troy

    or a prison cell

  10. Posted by Frederico

    I think the bathroom is really cool. I’ve been to prison and the bathrooms have steel toilet bowls, large shared showers, and no porcelain tile…
    Regardless, I went to see the open house and this is well done project.
    Plenty of closet space in the 1 bedroom, beautiful patio, and access to the roof deck. Too many haters on this site.
    Kudos to the developer and I see that #403 has gone Act. Cond. in the MLS and that one was the more expensive…

  11. Posted by luc

    Is everything in that bathroom made of plastic. That’s what it looks like anyway.

  12. Posted by SocketSite

    The sale of 1355 Pacific #403 closed escrow on 6/5 with a reported contract price of $849,000 ($965 per square foot).

  13. Posted by al

    Overpriced especially in a deflationary period

  14. Posted by Boo

    Property website now says “from $749,000” instead of $799,000 as it did in May. Anyone know if there have been any other units sold?

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