Ten Museum Park – Pricing & Availability Update with Pictures & Video
I revisited Ten Museum Park yesterday with another client. I was able to take a few pictures and shoot a short video but our time was very limited. You can find a picture slideshow at the end of this post along with a short video clip of a unit at Ten Museum Park.
I discovered that there have been a total of seven closings so far at Ten Museum Park. I also received an update on which of the units left to close are problematic cases. They are considered problematic because the contract holder either keeps delaying their closing date and/or they have voiced a strong desire not to close. These represent opportunities as they afford the best pricing currently available at Ten Museum Park. Keep in mind that the prices below only represent the list price. They are not firm prices. Contract holders who are truly motivated or those looking to possibly walk from their deposit may be willing to take a significant loss. They were required to deposit 20 percent of the purchase price into escrow. These were originally placed under contract in January 2004.
First I will show you the 1 bedroom/1.5 bathroom units that are available at Ten Museum Park. As you can see from the floor plan above, the 08 line has a southern exposure while the 05 line has a northern exposure. The one bedrooms have 858 square feet of interior space, a 143 square foot terrace and 10-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass. The following were originally purchased in the $350,000 to $400,000 price range in January 2004.
Next, we have the smaller 2 bedroom/2.5 bathroom units at Ten Museum Park. The 07 line has a southwest exposure while the 06 line has a northwest exposure. These units have 1,239 square feet of interior space, a 122 square foot terrace and 10-foot ceilings with floor-to-ceiling glass. These were originally purchased in the $450,000 to $505,000 price range in January 2004.
Finally, we have the large 2 bedroom/2.5 bathroom units at Ten Museum Park. These units have the best water views. The view from the southeast corner is my favorite, which is the 01 line. The 02 and 03 lines have a direct east exposure while the 04 has a northeast exposure. These units have 1,949 square feet of interior space, a 192 square foot terrace and 20-foot ceilings with a split-level floor plan and floor-to-ceiling glass. These were originally purchased in the $825,000 to $995,000 price range in January 2004.
The one bedroom units at Ten Museum Park come with one parking space while all two bedroom units come with two parking spaces. There are a total of four elevators to service six units per floor. The maintenance fee is 55 cents per square foot. The Clinique La Prairie spa will be located on the 8th and 9th floors of Ten Museum Park. Other amenities found on those floors include a yoga room, cardio room and weight room. The swimming pool deck has a total of five pools and Jacuzzi, cabanas and aromatherapy stations. A total of ten percent is required at contract signing with the balance due at closing.
The picture slideshow and video clip below are from one of the large 2 bedroom floor plans at Ten Museum Park. It has 1,949 square feet of interior space, a 192 square foot terrace and a split-level floor plan with 20-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling glass windows.