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The long last

The admirable few who waited out the nearly-two-years of problems stemming mainly from Robert Scarano have been rewarded with a much-better-than-expected product at the Washington Condos.

A few minor, but appreciated, touches at this building include
>sleek video intercom systems
>large storage cages, included as part of monthly maintenance charges (which are quite low by the way)
>solid core wood doors
>quality fixtures and appliances

Meanwhile, when are the rest of the units coming to market and at what prices? The early consensus is that the incoming Atlantic Yards projects and the Pacific Blue Condos nearby will surely make the Washington Condos a surefire bet for value and yield-enhancement. And don't forget that the nearby Firehouse Condos had a recent sale which closed at $700psf.


At January 09, 2007 12:34 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

enjoy trying to resell those...good luck with that. Did you wait it out LT or did you get out long ago? Also, how did the mezzanine issue get resolved? They lost all the upstairs? or is it a "wink, wink, nod, nod" and they will be able to restore the whole second floor simply?

At January 09, 2007 9:25 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is great to hear, getting this building occupied will help to make this section of Washington more active. Once PacBlue, 647 Washington, and St. Mark's Lofts, come online there will be many more people in the area and amenities will follow.

Any word on the ground floor retail in the Washington?

At January 09, 2007 9:46 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

what a bitter guy 12:34, too bad.
that building will be a breeze to resell. Compare it to the paper thin Pacific Blue buildings on Pacific.
this is old school construction and the mezzanine units are now legal. people will figure out how to use that space. also, it's not often that a building has three bedroom units. if's a no-brainer for resale.

At January 10, 2007 12:34 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hooray for criminals

At January 10, 2007 9:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

How about construction delays and DOB policy changes slowed it down and not the architect, JERKOFF.

At January 10, 2007 10:07 PM, Blogger ltjbukem said...

no, i think it was due to that poor excuse for an architect, robert scarano. everyone knows it's him, so stop defending him JERKOFF


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