According to a plugged-in tipster over at the St. Regis, a buyer has emerged for the $35 million bank-owned two-floor penthouse atop the building at 188 Minna, the most expensive bank-owned residential property in the U.S.
We’re working on details, but “no comments” and apparent non-disclosure agreements keep getting in the way. That being said, according to our tipster, the buyer isn’t Mark Pincus unless he was wearing one hell of a disguise.
A sale within two million dollars of asking would make it the most expensive residential sale in San Francisco history, with 2840 Broadway relegated to runner up we do believe. Oh, and remember that uberexpensive staging job we first reported? It’s now on display, so grab some popcorn and take a peek inside while you can.
Full Disclosure: The co-listing agent for the penthouse atop the San Francisco St. Regis advertises on SocketSite but couldn’t comment on the sale.
∙ $70M St. Regis Penthouse Goes Back To The Bank And Drops To $35M [SocketSite]
∙ The Confidential Sale Price For 2840 Broadway On Billionaire’s Row [SocketSite]
∙ A Half-Million Reasons To Start A Staging Company [SocketSite]
∙ Listing: The Penthouse atop the St. Regis Hotel [museumtowerpenthouse.com]