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Stanley Saitowitz-Spruced iPad Nabs $9.75M in Cow Hollow


2555 Union has been on the market since September, giving the seller ample time to waffle on the price, and us ample time to figure out whether it looks more like an iPad or an especially high-end Apple Store. As much as the metallic border around the patio doors reminds us of an early tablet, we must admit that that sliding glass is an awfully good premonition of the mega-doors going in at the new Union Square Apple Store. (The house, which was built as a spec home in the 1970s, got a sprucing in 2008 from Saitowitz, who configured it around the contemporary art collection of his clients.) After taking a price chop from $10.5 million down to $9.895 million, the home officially sold yesterday for $9.75 million. Perhaps disappointing—then again, the resale values on iPads just aren't keeping up with the times.
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· Saitowitz-Designed Apple Store Four-Bedroom Deletes $605K [Curbed SF]
· 2555 Union [Official Site]