When the Kwan Henmi-designed Marlow came on the market back in 2013, buyers scooped up its units with breathless frenzy. The building was close to being a sellout before it ever opened its doors, and it commanded prices that averaged $1,060 per square foot. Now, the building's first resale has hit the market, and it's asking a breathtaking $1.89 million for its two bedrooms and 1,120 square feet of space. There's no exact price available from the unit's first sale, but given that the price per square is now set at $1,687, the new ask is likely a big jump up.
The condo does boast floor-to-ceiling windows and a location on the highest floor, the eighth, plus a small balcony that overlooks busy Van Ness Avenue. There is parking for one car, and the $647-per-month HOA dues help pay for an attended lobby and a communal garden with a bocce court. Given the feverish desire for units at Marlow when it was selling in 2013 and 2014, it wouldn't be a huge surprise to see this condo bring in its full big asking price.
· Marlow">Previous Coverage of Marlow [Curbed SF]
· Marlow Reveals Its Facade, Nearly Sells Out in Nob Hill [Curbed SF]
· SF Condo Market Passes Pre-Crash Peak [SFGate]
· 1788 Clay Street #807 [Redfin]