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Veer Lofts price adjustment

Veer Lofts has adjusted prices of its full-loft homes located on the 1st and top floors. The full-loft homes have 16′ ceiling heights with either private patios or decks.

The first floor lofts that include interior as well as street-side entrances now start in the very low $400,000s while the top floor homes, depending on floor plan, now begin in the high-$400,000s to low-$500,000s.

The flexi-loft prices were not adjusted though I’m sure they’ll be flexible with those units as well.

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  1. ohgoodness says:

    Now only if they’d get realistic about Rollin’s pricing–especially those units facing the alley.

  2. Jason says:

    From what levels were these prices adjusted? What was Vulcan asking before?

  3. Leo says:

    You can call them anything you want but the bottom-line is these are ONE bedroom condos for $400,000 !! No amenities, noisy streets, no privacy. There’s no way!

  4. Ben Kakimoto says:

    In pre-sale the full-lofts (1st & 6th flrs) ranged from the mid-$500,000s to mid-$600,000s. When the building completed in Oct 08, the 1st floor lofts started in the mid/high-$400s and the 6th floor lofts started in the mid-$500s.

  5. ADS says:

    Prices need to come down quite a bit more.

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