August 23, 2011

The Unreported Sale Price For 33 Prosper

33 Prosper 2011

As we wrote in January:

Purchased by Mr. Muhawieh for $920,000 in 2007, as plugged-in people know, a 33 Prospect in progress was taken back by the bank and resold for $770,000 this past April.
Having since been redesigned and rebuilt as "a modern showcase for urban living," the now 2,770 square foot home is back on the market and asking $2,350,000.
Wood, stone, and a few odd modern showcase angles abound.

Officially "withdrawn" from the MLS in May when last listed for $2,149,000, it’s a plugged-in reader that notes the sale of 33 Prosper closed escrow the next month with a recorded but unreported contract price of $2,040,000.

Once again, it’s a violation of MLS member rules to fail to report the sale and selling price of a recently listed property, even if said listing has been withdrawn from the MLS (within three months of a sale we believe).

UPDATE: Within a few hours of our post, the July sale price for 33 Prosper was reported on the MLS. Cheers.

A Rebuilt 33 Prosper Returns As A "Modern Showcase" [SocketSite]
Two More Muhawieh Comps Of Yore Head For The Courthouse Steps [SocketSite]
A Not So Prosperous At (And Under) Asking Sale For 33 Prosper [SocketSite]
An Ironic Address For Another Ex-Muhawieh Property (33 Prosper) [SocketSite]
The Unreported Sale Price For The Penthouse Atop One South Park [SocketSite]

First Published: August 23, 2011 10:00 AM

Comments from "Plugged In" Readers

Still ugly at that price.

Posted by: Marten at August 23, 2011 10:02 AM

UPDATE: At just after noon today, the July sale and contract price for 33 Prosper was reported on the MLS. Cheers.

Posted by: SocketSite at August 23, 2011 2:30 PM

Good thing the picture doesn't show the side of the building, viewed from the open lot on the north - it's even worse! Such a botched opportunity on an otherwise beautiful street.

Posted by: zzzzzz at August 23, 2011 2:49 PM

I actually rather like the interior of the place. Outside not so much.

Posted by: Mark F. at August 23, 2011 9:09 PM

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