Way back in May, Apartment #1 at 2000 Washington, a grand building across the street from Lafayette Park, hit the market asking $8.2 million. Each of 2000 Washington's seven co-op apartments, including #1, take up an entire floor, but several have struggled on the market over the past few years, taking price cuts or languishing for months without selling. Apartment #1 joined their ranks late last week as it took a $450,000 price cut to land at $7.75 million. The apartment has also undergone a major staging and styling overhaul and been rephotographed. Gone are the zebra-print pillows, foyer-lining trees, and turquoise paint in the bedrooms, replaced by more muted decorating choices. Even the kitchen counter looks to have been replaced. The three-bedroom apartment comes with a balcony with bay views and three parking spots.
· Full-Floor Apartment Across From Lafayette Park Asks $8.2M [Curbed SF]
· 2000 Washington Street #1 [Sotheby's]
· Pacific Heights: Trouble at the Top of the Food Chain? [Curbed SF]