If you’re one of those people who just won’t settle for anything less than Four Seasons-level accommodations, then have we got a deal for you.
Granted, $6.45 million for a three bedroom condo is a just a wee bit on the steep side for most of us. But similar digs (2,600 feet) on the hotel side of the building can run about $14,000 per night. So, from a certain point of view, you could say that this place pays for itself after about 460 days.
Well, nobody expects a pad in a building like this to run cheap. Last time this unit came up in 2012, it went for $5.1 million. That was a pretty penny, but it doesn’t push this particular residence (#36F) quite into the highest strata in the history of the building, so it looks like this new offer is fixing to do something about that.
Inside, a Four Seasons residence almost counts as something of a throwback these days. New multi-million dollar condos (of the sort being built south of Market instead of right on it) go for the minimal, light-touch look, but a place like this rolls around in padding and ornament in multiple layers, particularly in the common areas. Although the building is less than 30 years old, it’s become a somewhat old-fashioned perspective on luxury and status-symbol wealth in the city.