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Park at Sixth Condos
Last Post 01 Jan 1900 12:00 AM by Anonymous. 7 Replies.
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dchestney
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12 Jul 2012 02:08 PM
    According to a fellow-owner in The Del Prado:

    "Re: Park at Sixth, there is now a link to Wells Fargo Bank on their website to pre-qualify, so it certainly seems like it will open as a condo complex when completed."

    http://www.parkatsixth.com/
    realityczech
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    18 Jul 2012 12:55 PM
    Location sucks and the bldg design is uninspiring and bland, kinda reminds me of topassser and his sidekick bsx2. I predict a bust here.
    dchestney
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    18 Jul 2012 04:06 PM
    It is hard to know what the building will look like until the exterior finishing is done, but the location is quite desirable, especially those units that front on Sixth Avenue overlooking the Park. It won't appeal to folks who want rural, suburban, or single-family living, but many find Bankers Hill quite inviting, especially along Sixth. It is about one mile from University Avenue to the north and two miles from the start of he Gaslamp District. For those so-inclined, it has bus access on Fifth and Fourth Avenues.

    It will be interestng to see how the units get priced.
    dchestney
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    28 Jul 2012 11:23 AM
    Here are some artist renderings of the building:

    http://www.carmelvalleycontractors.com/park-at-sixth.html
    gtsdca
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    28 Apr 2013 07:26 PM
    Sales and marketing for this project is abysmal. Laser printed sales contact info stuck inside windows. Agents who do not respond to telephone calls or website inquiries. Reminiscent of the lack of service that plagued and ultimately doomed Mi Arbolito. If the developer is serious about selling these units, he needs to employ professional sales people.
    Topazzzer
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    29 Apr 2013 11:30 AM
    With the market in an uptrend with building completion over a year away, it might be understandable if they are intentionally not aggressive on marketing at this time. They might easily get better pricing leverage when they are closer to completion and have a model unit open.
    gtsdca
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    29 Apr 2013 01:15 PM
    Building is complete and already partially occupied.
    Topazzzer
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    29 Apr 2013 08:13 PM
    If it's partially occupied, it is well ahead of the pace of Mi Arbolito, isn't it? The floor plans for 2-bedroom units look like a good layout and they should sell easily if they are priced appropriately. I contacted them via their website and got an e-mail back the same day.
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