It’s time for your weekend! How about spending it somewhere exciting, like the big city? (Noooo, we do not mean San Jose.) We’re willing to go toe to toe with the San Francisco real estate blogs when we have to, and when we have to is when it comes to listing fail. Here’s an Unhappy Hipsters-inspired example of Better Living Through Concrete, courtesy of Burbed reader Petsmart Groomer. Thanks very much for this snug single in SF!
766 Harrison St
San Francisco, CA 94107
HOA Dues: $265/mo.
292 Sq. Ft.
$1,195 / Sq. Ft.
Lot Size: —
On Redfin: 1 day
HOA Dues: $265/month
Style: Contemporary, Modern/High Tech
County: San Francisco
Property Type: Condominium, Studio
Community: Yerba Buena
Architec-designed living in the heart of SOMA. Cubix is a contemporary community located in th Yerba Buena Arts District. George Hauser designed this modern studio resindence which faces Northwest. Stylishly appointed home with concrete radient heat floors, newly upgraded full kitchen with Bosch appliances and cabinetry, and a balcony. Rare storage is included. Green building features lansdcaped roof deck, BBQ, glass-enclosed outdoor picnic area for private parties, succulent garden. Epicenter Cafe is conveniently located on the first floor. Great location next to Whole Foods, SFMOMA, Metreon.
Not only is it architec-designed, it looks like it was architec-spellchecked as well. This resindence features radient heat floors and a lansdcaped roof deck. It also features architec-design suggestive of The Stacks.
One way you know there was an architec involved: lots and lots and lots of pictures of a 292 square foot condo. Bunus: a price per square foot that gives Palo Alto a shove in the shoulder and says, “Can you beat that? Huh? Huh? Can you?”