Arcane Tower : most expensive listing in $35 million Now

Arcane Tower

Arcane Tower : most expensive listing in $35 million Now

  • Currently the most expensive listing in San Francisco is this $35 million co-op in a well-known Pac Heights tower

Arcane Tower

Arcane Tower
Arcane Tower
  • According to a Sotheby’s International Realty representative who spoke with SFGATE, a floor-spanning apartment in a historic building in the affluent Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco went up for $35 million recently, making it the most expensive listing currently available in the city.
  • 2006 Washington St., Unit 10 is 5,700 square feet and has three bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and two half bathrooms.
  • With wraparound terraces, the house offers postcard-perfect views of the bay and other picturesque locales.
  • Conrad Meussdorffer is the architect behind the building, a striking pink tower.
  • Meussdorffer was a favorite architect of the city’s elite, and his work transformed Pacific Heights in the first half of the 20th century.

Arcane Tower

Arcane Tower
Arcane Tower
  1. One of his trophy projects is 2006 Washington. Built in 1924, the Renaissance Revival-style tower is listed with Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Gregg Lynn.
  2. In Pacific Heights, 2006 Washington is regarded as the most esteemed cooperative apartment complex.
  3. In an email to SFGATE, Lynn stated, “The address has long been the home of leaders of finance and industry since opening its doors 100 years ago.”

Arcane Tower

Arcane Tower
Arcane Tower
  • Unlike typical condos, this property is a cooperative.
  • In a co-op, the owner owns shares in the cooperative rather than the actual property; in a condo, the owner is the legal owner of the unit and a common portion of the property.
  • These sales can be complicated because the buyer may need to pay substantial homeowners association dues and possibly need to get board approval for the cooperative.
  • The monthly HOA dues for 2006 Washington St., Unit 10 are $10,838.
  • The award-winning team of architect Andrew Skurman and interior designer Suzanne Tucker, whose remodel of another unit in the 2006 Washington building was featured in Architectural Digest, worked on the interior renovation for several years.
  • “With every inch rebuilt, from the walnut floors to the plastered ceilings, the concept was to color the elegance of the residence with the welcoming ease of an English country house,” is how their work is described.
  • It is a complete remodel.
    Records show that the unit sold for $14 million in 2000, but the San Francisco Business Times revealed that it sold off-market in 2015 for $32 million and that it had been listed for $45 million back in 2021 but had not drawn any interest.

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