Enso “Special Pricing”

As we wait for Rollin to go apartment (or has it already?) Vulcan is still pushing Enso:

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  • Chris

    Enso has dues of $.72/sqft. That's a lot. If you assume 18 months of no dues, the “savings” on some of these units are ridiculous:

    #1304 is $157k (Was 525,000 + dues + 8500)
    #710 is nearly $170k (Was 585,000! + dues + 8500)

  • me

    not to mention dues can not be collected until 70% of the building has been bought and turned over to the HOA. enso is nowhere near that 70% and won't be for a long time.

  • Orangetown

    As far as I know Rollin St. hasn't gone apartment yet, it's in limbo right now.

  • EconE

    My “market meter” tells me that those aren't really very “special” prices.

    Who would want an 04 line with no outside space?

    The 10 line has too much wasted space with that long hallway and the 09 is nothing special.

    I'm also wary of any unit that ever has the potential to ultimately end up like the XX07 & XX09 1Br's and the XX08 studios in the Cosmo. The 01, 02 and 03 lines look like the only worthy ones IMHO…especially floor 15 & up.

    $585k originally for 710? That's fantasy pricing. $435k is still dream pricing.

    It will be interesting to see how the Vulcan vs. Flipper (if there are any) thing plays out once again.

    I'm certainly not rooting for Vulcan to fail. In fact, with all the money the banks are getting via all the different “acronyms” (TARP etc.), shouldn't the builders get some bailout love from above also?

    Shit…give flippers and every freakin homeowner a damn bailout also (debt forgiveness)….just so we can lower prices and get the party started again.

  • Chris

    The new (Veer/Rollin/Enso) Vulcan contracts have clauses that limit your ability to sell the unit for 6 or 9 months (I forget and don't feel like pulling mine out) after possession or until the developer sells their last unit.

    They learned from 2200.

  • Orangetown

    Too bad there isn't a way to short sell condos. I'd buy at Enso and Rollin today if that were possible.

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