Brilliant Parody of SF's Real Estate Ads
LA’s housing market is certainly hot, but it’s nothing compared to San Francisco’s, where the price per square foot is through the roof (second only to NYC) and inventory is nil.
Things have reached what many see as a crisis point and a project by San Fran photographer Scott Hampton has tapped right into the housing-hysteria zeitgeist to become quite a phenomenon.
Posted to Craigslist, these ads are too good not to share!
BASEMENT 1 BR – $3500
Spacious basement apartment. Classic architecture; very Romanesque and gothic! Arched interiors! Close to public transportation. PG&E not included. Not ADA-compliant; requires the use of a ladder for entry.
WATERFRONT CONDO – $5000
Waterfront condo in the highly desirable, up-and-coming Mid-Market area. Luxurious living at its finest! Enjoy the sounds and smells of the UN Plaza fountain as you relax in your condo after a hard day of complaining about the homeless. Close to public transportation, Civic Center Farmers Market, @Twitter, the @Tenderloin and several aggressive seagulls. 33 SQ. FT. Utilities not included, nor available.
COZY “STUDIO” – $4100
Cozy “studio” with skylights right in the heart of the rapidly redeveloping Mid-Market area. Daily housekeeping included! Right on several major Muni lines, and close to BART. Perfect for the daily commuter. Utilities not included. .83 SQ. FT.
STUDIO LOFT – $3000
Government housing. Section 8 OK! Studio loft with vaulted ceiling! Located in Financial District, near Market street. Close to shops, food and public transportation. 2.17 SQ. FT. Utilities not included.