Our San Francisco team identified and analyzed the 10 most expensive condos (er, well condos and one co-op, but who's counting?). These range in asking price from $5.5 million $14 million. And the only people to whom these numbers seem unremarkable are perhaps New Yorkers, where $60-100 million condos have stopped becoming headlines in the past few years.
How much space do these prices get you? The ten most expensive condos are surprisingly compact - they range from 1,882sq.ft. (181 Fremont St. #63A) to 3,814sq.ft. (301 Mission St. #401).
On a per-square-foot basis, these properties range from $1,571-4,376/sq.ft., with the most expensive property being 181 Fremont St. #69B.
That said, both the upper and lower end of the pricing are outliers. Excluding these two, the other properties are clustered between roughly $2000-$3,100 per square foot," said Constantine Valhouli, Director of Research for NeighborhoodX.
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