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One Bedroom at the Southend Warehouse Lists for $1.15M

This year marks the first year of Curbed SF's obsession with the extremely niche residential real estate trend of one bedroom condos being listed and sold for over a million bucks. It's happening so regularly that we can map the ten most expensive one bedrooms on the market that are currently asking more than one million bucks. The newest edition to the club is a 1-bed, 1-bath condo at the Southend Warehouse in South Beach. It clocks in at 1,284 square feet and is asking $1.15M, or $896 a square foot. That's $250 less than the neighborhood median list price per square, so enjoy that math if you're trying to act like this condo's a screamin' deal. The open plan loft has gorgeous architectural elements like exposed brick and timber paired with sleek white walls and hardwood flooring. This unit also has a rare feature for the development: a private patio. Monthly HOA dues are $472 and there's 1-car parking in the garage. · Mapping the Crazy World of $1M+ One Bedroom Condo Sales [Curbed SF]
· Four $1M+ One Bedrooms That Just Came Onto the Market [Curbed SF]
· Will This One Bedroom Condo in Pacific Heights Fetch $1M? [Curbed SF]
· Beautiful, Historic Live-Work Loft [Rob Levy]

Southend Warehouse

540 Delancey Street, San Francisco, CA