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Lovers of Steel and Minimalism and Stanley Saitowitz Rejoice: a Condo at 1234 Howard just Landed on the Market

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Looks like another unit is up for grabs in the Saitowitz-designed metal box in SoMa known as 1234 Howard. The building, which has been featured in magazines like Dwell and Architectural Record, is only for those interested in living a minimalist life, devoid of any kitsch and definitely no bed skirts. Unit 1A4 last sold in in 2007 for $899,000, and is now back on the market asking $1,080,000. That's the highest asking price thus far for one of the condos in this sleek and steel building, and the only one to go above a million bucks. Readers, think it'll sell for asking? The 2-bed, 2-bath unit has walls of glass, customized oak flooring, an austere kitchen, and monthly HOA dues of $500. There's 1-car parking in the garage.
· 1234 Howard, #1A4 [Redfin]

1234 Howard St

1234 Howard, San Francisco, CA