Stanley Saitowitz is best known for his sleek, pricey new condo buildings in San Francisco. But back in 2008, he remodeled a four-bedroom home on Cow Hollow's Union Street that showcased all of his usual modern touches. There is exposed concrete, aluminum paneling on the outside, and ultraclear glazing. The end result is something that feels rather like a very high-end Apple store. The house, which was originally built as a spec home back in the 1970s, was reimagined by Saitowitz to feature the contemporary art collection of his clients.
In 2012 they sold the home for $7.95 million after seeing it languish on the market for nearly a year—and dropping the price from the original $9.25 million ask. Less than two years later, the property is back on the market in nearly untouched form (but with better staging than last time!) for $10.5 million. With 6,024 square feet of space, that ask comes in at $1,743 per square, even higher than the much-discussed record condo pricing at Saitowitz's 8 Octavia.
· 2555 Union [Official Site]
· 2555 Union Finally Lands a Buyer [Curbed SF]
· 8 Octavia Lands, Sets Price Per Square Foot Record [Curbed SF]