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It’s no secret that Bay Area living is expensive, so much so that many people are leaving or coming up with some very creative solutions. If you’ve ever searched for a new apartment online, you’ve undoubtedly come across a place where the images make your jaw drop at the photos and price — and NOT in a good way. Welcome to the new series we’re calling, “Guess how much this rents for in San Francisco.”
If you’re in the market for a new penthouse apartment (who isn’t?), this two-story unit
For a music lover in search of the perfect backdrop for in-home DJ parties, we recommend this Miami penthouse with a DJ booth and dance floor.
In Miami, South Beach is the place to party. But in our current climate, parties have switched over to the virtual variety. If you’re looking for the South Beach lifestyle without the wall-to-wall people at the moment, we totally understand.
But how can you balance social distance with the need for a clubby vibe? For a music lover in search of the perfect backdrop for in-home DJ parties, we recommend a penthouse in Sunny Isles Beach, Apartment 4803 at 17121 Collins Ave.
On the market for $10.9 million, the unit is equipped for a full-on
The residential real estate market is still managing to close deals virtually, despite social distancing and quarantine measures. Last, Optima Kierland in Phoenix announced the sale of two condo units through virtual showings, and now The Agency has gone into escrow on two luxury homes in California, also accomplished by leveraging technology and showing properties virtually.
“In terms of doing showings, we have virtual showings and great video tools,” Mauricio Umansky, CEO and founder of The Agency, tells GlobeSt.com. “We have been able to display those videos through different channels and e-mail blasts. I have seen some real great creative things coming out through Facetime, Instagram Live and different social media channels from a marketing perspective. We have actually sold two properties this week through Facetime.” Umansky adds that ubiquitous video conferencing app Zoom has also played a critical roll in agents’ ability to transact in this market. “That