Oct 10th 2006 12:27PM No further comments on this post...surprising!
Oct 9th 2006 8:35AM Yes, yes...we have all heard about the Folio auction...we actually tried to get in there with some cameras on Saturday and didnt make it too far. In any case it was a great turnout with great results. Units sold for approx 20% below last listing prices (which did not include parking valued at $75,000). This may set a new price for the downtown market...HOWEVER, remember these 30 units didnt sell in record breaking years 2004 & 2005...what would make them sell in 2006. A project specific problem or market problem...most likely a project specific problem. We will keep our eye out as things progress the next few weeks with some other projects. Visit our Folio Auction blog here: http://www.condodomain.com/blog/status-on-folio-auction-boston/
Oct 5th 2006 9:25AM The ultimate in luxury living. We love the St. Regis...there is a new conod with hotel component being built here in Boston with an undecided hotel tenent. We are hopeing for the St. Regis!
Sep 29th 2006 3:02PM Ok we love luxist. However, we want to see more urban real estate and luxury condo / apartment homes. How can we help provide content to this section?
Sep 28th 2006 7:59PM And worth every penny!!! Dutton, pretty cool website too!!!
Sep 26th 2006 4:07PM another branded property! we have seen some of these highly successful and some fail miserably. this one will be one to keep an eye on. we are all fans of agassi!
Sep 24th 2006 4:18PM Cool concept! Perfect for small condo units or loft studios!!! May pick some up for myself...
Sep 20th 2006 11:36AM Phucket, Thailand is a beautiful place. I believe world renown designer Philippe Starck has a development going in over there. He has designed some beautiful properties here in the US.
Sep 20th 2006 11:30AM It is a Beautiful home! I think most just try to match up the Metallica look with what the home is supposed to look like.
Sep 19th 2006 11:17AM NYLO in Rhode Island...I am liking that! Great concept, great idea...interesting to see how well these hotels perform.