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Pacific Heights: The Lights Are On, No One's Home

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At some point in the past- possibly in 2007- 2288 Broadway #2, was offered for $3,995,000. Lo-fi, somewhat depressing, but with amazing views, the full-floor co-operative apartment then underwent an overwrought, no-surface-left-untouched renovations, very much in the style of a Presidential suite at a Four Seasons, which may or may not be an improvement over the previous Motel-6 look. With more recessed halogen fixtures than you can shake a martini at. The 3-bedroom, 3.5-bath, 2-car parking unit at the corner of Broadway and Fillmore Streets is now back on the market for $5,995,000 as of last Friday- although it's probably been quietly shopped a bit beforehand- and the HOAs are $2945 a month, which of course includes both 24-hour security and 24-hour light-bulb changing.

The co-op also owns an empty lot immediately to the east, a buffer from the Catholic school/wedding mill/catering hall/traffic clusterfuck in the same block. As per usual, candidates for admission to the all-cash, circa 1957 building must be approved by the board of directors- you'll own shares and get a proprietary lease. Click on the gallery for the before and after.
· 2288 Broadway #2 [Cynthia Woods]
· 2288 Broadway #2 [SF Properties]
· 2288 Broadway #2 [Redfin]
· James Flood Mansion [James Flood Mansion]