Two Boutique Projects + Two Downtown Ones

I’m back from Maui!

While I was gone the New York Times had two articles you may find interesting. The first is And Do I Hear 2 Million for That Condo? No? 1 Million? Sold! and the second is Apartment Buyers Abandoning 6-Figure Deposits.

And the Marlborough officially went into foreclosure. Poor Live Historic.

And here’s a few new listings that caught my eye…

Lakeview Lofts

2354 Minor Ave E (Eastlake) looks promising:

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Cristalla

Unit 1909 at Cristalla looks nice:

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Though pricey at close to $1.9 mil.

Cosmo

Unit 3102 (plan B) has been on the market for over 600 days! In an effort to move it looks like they dropped the price $200k down to $699k. Back in June this thing was listed for over a million. I wonder what it was originally listed at?

744 Harvard

744 Harvard is a 4 unit development on north Capitol Hill (more photos on Vicaso). Here’s unit #101 on Redfin.

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About Matt

Matt , Urbnlivn's publisher, has a love for lofts with industrial features and new construction condos that is only eclipsed by his passion for outdoor sports and urban living. Phrases such as “polished concrete” and “exposed brick” are music to his ears. You can also find Matt on Twitter or skiing.

  • EconE

    Well…at least my meds haven't completely killed my memory.

    http://www.urbnlivn.com/2007/10/01/buy-unit-310

  • EconE

    Well…at least my meds haven't completely killed my memory.

    http://www.urbnlivn.com/2007/10/01/buy-unit-310

  • klt

    This unit closed in May 2007 for $884K. Looks like a case of riding the pricing down $20K to $40K at a time. This $200K drop looks like a serious effort to move the unit. If it is a northeast corner it is a good location for that building.

  • klt

    This unit closed in May 2007 for $884K. Looks like a case of riding the pricing down $20K to $40K at a time. This $200K drop looks like a serious effort to move the unit. If it is a northeast corner it is a good location for that building.

  • klt

    This unit closed in May 2007 for $884K. Looks like a case of riding the pricing down $20K to $40K at a time. This $200K drop looks like a serious effort to move the unit. If it is a northeast corner it is a good location for that building.