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The most expensive building in the city is located in the heart of the city, but not all of the money is spent there.
In fact, it’s the city’s third most expensive complex in terms of market value.
According to real estate site Zedbuild, the three most expensive units in the $1.3 million price range in San Fran are in the building’s “Central Station” at 2105 Telegraph Ave., in the West Oakland neighborhood, and the $900,000 building at 1201 Broadway, in the Mission District.
The building on Telegraph Avenue is the highest priced in the entire complex, at $1,095,000.
The cheapest is at 1055 Telegraph Ave.
The second cheapest is just north of the Central Station complex, just south of the 1201/13th street intersection, at 816 Broadway.
The third most affordable is on Broadway between 1201 and 12th streets, just north, at 1023 Broadway.
In all, Zed builds a database of some 3,400 apartment buildings in the San Francisco Bay Area.
The buildings they looked at are mostly located in or around downtown San Francisco.
The three most costlier units in San Franciso are located on Telegraph at $972,000; 1201 between 12th and 14th streets at $621,000 and 816 on Broadway at $541,000—just a little more than a third of the median rent in the neighborhood.
However, those prices do not include any taxes or fees.
The most affordable units in this building are located at 817 Broadway, just east of the Mission, and 1201-13th streets in the Mid-Market neighborhood.
For the third most pricey unit, the Central station complex at 2106 Telegraph Ave, ZED found the median cost was $1 to $1 million.
The median rent is $1 per square foot in San Franciscos housing market.
The least expensive unit is at 730 Broadway between 14th and 15th streets.
In terms of units per square feet, the most affordable building in this complex is the Central complex at $827.