Property in San Francisco’s posh South of Market neighborhood is some of the most expensive in the world. Cubix Yerba Buena, a new South of Market condominium development, is hoping the adages "location is everything" and "size doesn’t matter" will attract customers to their tiny, 250-350 square foot, but less expensive condos.
Cubix Yerba Buena offers condos ranging from $279,000 to $330,000 which, compared to the San Francisco median home average of $749,000, is a good price. Customers get what they pay for however; the 98 condos range from 250-350 square feet, don’t have closets and struggle to fit a kitchen, bathroom, bedroom, dining room, living room and study into an area about the size of seven ping-pong tables. Obviously, this struggle is more like an impossibility. The Condos are staged with a sofa-bed, half fridge, mini-sink and a two-burner stove top and real estate agents are stressing community amenities like the roof deck and outdoor tables. As their slogan states, Cubix provides people with a "small piece of the BIG city."
Cubix Yerba Buena is marketing singles who are looking for a functional space in the heart of a big city without having to break the bank. The small units also appeal to middle-income folks who would like to own property without a subsidy.
To learn more about Cubix Yerba Buena, visit cubixsf.com or call (877)-282-4973.