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Purchased for $6,110,000 in 2008 having been listed for $6,250,000 at the time, the full-floor Pacific Heights unit #1 at 2000 Washington Street is back on the market and asking $8,200,000 for the 4,438 square foot three-bedroom which was renovated in a “loft-like contemporary design.”

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Having been listed for $11,500,000 last year, the 5,360 square foot unit #3 at 2000 Washington Street ended up selling for $9,400,000 last month in a more “elegant” state.

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by R

    Wow, I’ve partied there back in the day.
    That’s the one and only time I’ll ever get to say that about anything in the multi-million range. It’s not my normal crowd.

  2. Posted by Sausalito_res

    IMO, the “elegant” configuration is more appropriate for that building. But, regardless of the view, it’s bad Feng Shui to set-up the desk facing away from the main portion of the living room.

  3. Posted by Rob

    Decade after decade, shabby attempts to modernize without any apparent consideration, or nod to the original aesthetic choices, lead to the same cheap looking outcome.
    I wish I had more optimism for this process…

  4. Posted by Futurist

    That “elegant” version sure is full of dowdiness and boredom. Looks more like a funeral parlor than a place to “live”.
    And, honestly, who really falls for that Feng Shui anyway? Put your desk wherever you want it.

  5. Posted by loftlover

    @Futurist “who really falls for that Feng Shui anyway” lots of people with the money to purchase this type of home.
    Feng Shui aside, it’s unlikely you’ll be able to read the screen with this much direct light.

  6. Posted by Denis

    I’ve been in few of the units here and in 2006 Washington and I’ve never felt blown away by any of them, even though they’ve earned the rep as the best of the Pac Heights condo buildings. The lobbies are cramped and dated and the floor plans aren’t very flexible. 2006 has lamentably low ceilings. Views aside, I can see why younger zillionaires would eschew these units for some of the swanky, new construction in other parts of the city that offer many more amenities than you’d find here. Also, it’s not the most walkable area in D7. I wouldn’t be surprised if prices on these units remain flat for quite some time… at least until this type of look and lifestyle is on trend again.

  7. Posted by BobN

    Why are people putting the word “elegant” in quotation marks. It is elegant.
    Some might find it dowdy, but some folks like that style and, if you like it, it can be very, very comfortable.
    Facing a deck to the window isn’t good for your eyes, but with that view, screw looking at the living room.

  8. Posted by S

    “Wow, I’ve partied there back in the day.”- R
    Ha ha- that’s the first thing I thought when I saw the listing.

  9. Posted by Bruce

    I don’t like #1 at all. For me, this kind of apartment just doesn’t lend itself to a “loft-style” design. Needless to say, I prefer #3 by several miles. Interesting that the ground floor apt has over 900 square feet less than #3. Of course, I assume a lobby accounts for that loss, so I guess it’s pretty grand.
    I’m surprised that the apts at 2006 Wash have low ceilings. I’ve seen a number of units from that building online, and the ceiling height didn’t appear low to me, and in rooms that large I’d expect them to.

  10. Posted by zouaf

    I can’t be the only one who’s getting awfully tired of open-plan kitchens next to a sitting area. Don’t you want a little more separation when entertaining? Or will the hostess be preparing ants on a log while keeping up a witty patter with the Joneses?

  11. Posted by soccermom

    On a time-spent basis, a kitchen next to a family room is a logical choice for my family at least. Make the meal, let the kids play elsewhere.
    Also, the Joneses are interested in the cooking of the meal. People are all about the food these days, no?

  12. Posted by zouaf

    soccermom, you’re right that if the buyers have young kids a more open floor plan would be optimal.
    As for whether the owners of a $9 million flat would cook for guests, maybe you know better than I.

  13. Posted by SocketSite

    UPDATE: The list price for 2000 Washington #1 has been reduced $450,000, now asking $7,750,000 for the full-floor unit in Pacific Heights.

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