With 9 To Go, Escala Cuts Prices


Escala is down to 9 units to go. 6 of the 9 are shells. The remaining three are the E plan. While we’ve long chronicled Escala’s price increases, two of those E plans had their price reduced yesterday.

#2605 was $1.299m and is now $1.199m.

#2705 was $1.324m and is now $1.224m.

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