Condo of the Day: 925 Pacific Street, #204


We like the looks of this modern condo at 925 Pacific Street aka Hello Living Madison (remember that building?). The one-bedroom unit has 18-foot ceilings, an attractive open kitchen and a private terrace. Our main criticism is that the main living area, at less than 11 feet wide, is a bit on the skinny side. (Floorplan here.) Asking price is $439,000.
925 Pacific Street, #204 [Warren Lewis] GMAP P*Shark

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  • Went to the open house for this a few weekends ago. The place is cramped, but apparently the high ceilings can accommodate a loft addition above. The finishes are not my style. WHITE galore on the counters (Hello you better not cook a lot!) and the side cabinets are grey metal like an office filing cabinet! Oh, and you have the privilege of staring out to your bottom floor neighbor’s giant backyard, which your bedroom would overlook. Of course the broker will tell you that “they never use the yard,” like he did to us. Honestly, not a terrible place, but if you’re anything other than a single grad student or young working professional, don’t waste your time. It’s not very suitable for a couple with “stuff”

  • I also went to the open house and everything h4mc wrote is generally true, although I liked it more than “not a terrible place.”

    “Cramped” is a reflection of lifestyle and amount of possessions. The apartment is small. I calculated it (enter disclaimer here) at 485 square feet, which is not enough for me and my things, not to mention comparable on a per square foot basis with considerably tonier locations.

  • I also went to the open house and everything h4mc wrote is generally true, although I liked it more than “not a terrible place.”

    “Cramped” is a reflection of lifestyle and amount of possessions. The apartment is small. I calculated it (enter disclaimer here) at 485 square feet, which is not enough for me and my things, not to mention comparable on a per square foot basis with considerably tonier locations.

  • Reason #239 why I will never willfully live in a new construction: no hallway or separation between living room and chambers–

    Not a good location either–east of Washington=Crown Heights, as we all know. Has the FCC banned the use of the name Crown Heights in real estate advertisements?

  • Havemeyer

    Wow, prices over there have gone up.

  • Washington and Atlantic? That is a god-awful location in my opinion. And from the exterior shot, it looks like a building on the outskirts near an airport in a second-rate city. Yuck.