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An Empty Shell at the Ritz-Carlton Residences Wants $2.4M


The price isn't the craziest part: the unit last sold in mid-2012 for $1.13M. Shoot forward two years and it's asking $1.27M more, even though not a single nail has been hit with a hammer in the place. $2.4M gets you a 1,900 square foot condo on the 17th floor, and is spaced out to have two bedrooms and three bathrooms. The price per square foot is $1,263, which is the exact median price per square for the neighborhood. The advantage to buying a shell like this is that you, the very wealthy homeowner, gets a chance to finish out the condo with your own specs. Monthly HOA dues are an ungodly $2,824 and grants you access to building amenities like valet parking and someone to hold the front door to the building open for you. 1-car parking is included. · 690 Market St #1704 [Pacific Union]

Ritz Carlton Residence and Club

690 Market, San Francisco, California