300 Beale #406
Featuring fixtures and finishes by Boffi, Miele, Porro and Agape and listed for $1,595,000 in late 2008, in 2009 the list price for 300 Beale #406 had dropped to $1,395,000 and then to $1,299,000 before being withdrawn from the market at the end of that year.
300 Beale #406 Bath
Today, the modern 1,700 square foot Embarcadero Lofts two-bedroom condo is back on the market newly repainted and asking $1,450,000. And as the bath looked in 2009:
300 Beale #406: Bath
∙ Listing: 300 Beale #406 (2/2) – $1,450,000 [300beale.com] [MLS]
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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by mikey woodz

    Isnt this the guy behind surface magazines pad?

  2. Posted by Dan Clark

    I toured this back in 2008. I like the unit and building a lot, but I think the price is too high. IIRC, the kitchen counters have some noticeable wear. The very nice corner view will lose a lot when all the construction is done across Beale and Folsom (and it’ll be more shaded, too ;-). Should sell at $1.15M or so.

  3. Posted by lolcat_94123

    Nice place, agreed it’s over priced. Those giant white flower pictures are cool especially when lit up – I’ve always like the one at Circa.

  4. Posted by kthnxybe

    Gray is the new brown.

  5. Posted by mikey woodz

    Whats gray have to do with brown

  6. Posted by Pffft

    Eh. Still overpriced at $1M+. I toured it as well. Nothing impressive, zero-amenities building.

  7. Posted by Kathleen

    Great unit nicely done. Love the zero amenities, keeps HOA dues low.

  8. Posted by tipster

    $700/mo is low?
    The original idea behind a shared living arrangement like a condo was that, sure you had to put up with more noise, a HOA that dictated when you could sneeze, etc., but you got to spread out the costs of amenities 150 ways so that you got to enjoy a pool, spa, etc and yet only paid a fraction of one percent of the upkeep. Zero amenities buildings defeat the whole point of a condo. All the downsides with none of the upsides. If you are going to put up with the hassle, the least you can do is to get a pool for $20 per month. Seems like a wasted opportunity.

  9. Posted by eskimo girl

    HOAs cover building maintenance, insurance, and other non-amenity components, which hopefully sustain a healthy reserve.

  10. Posted by sf Reader

    Doesn’t the HOA’S also cover ELECTRIC & GAS, as well as water, grounds maint. & insurance? I think they have radiant heated concrete floors in this unit. That’s a big plus to have those bills covered I would think.

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