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The House That Limn (and Dan Friedlander) Built

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Was: $2,500,000
Now: $2,390,000
You Save: $110,000 In 1996 architect and Limn founder Dan Friedlander designed three extremely contemporary and badass buildings behind the very fancy and very contemporary furniture store Limn on Townsend Street. One of the buildings housed the Limn Art Gallery, and the two others were private residences, one of which was occupied by Friendlander and his family up until Limn shut its doors. 294 Townsend is "tucked behind Townsend Street and just beyond the private gallery and dramatic courtyard." This is the home where the creative visionary behind Limn rested his head at night. The 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,500-square-foot condo has been on and off the market for quite some time now and today it took a $110,000 price cut. Readers, what'll it take for this concrete contemporary manse to find a buyer?
· 294 Townsend [Redfin]