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Museum Parc
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About Museum Parc

ContactMuseum Parc is a 15 story, 233 unit, luxury condominium building built in 1988 which includes retail space and a public parking garage. It’s desirable location is in the vibrant SOMA area of San Francisco, adjacent to Moscone Center , walking distance to museums, restaurants, theater, shopping, transportation and more.

The building incorporates ground level retail space comprising of a Crunch Fitness, Chaam Thai Restaurant, Chaat Indian Restaurant, Museum Parc Dry Cleaners and Enterprise Car Rental.

Location

Museum Parc is located at 300 3rd Street in San Francisco (at the corner of 3rd Street and Folsom)

 

Recent Activity

What’s Happening In The Market? September Update

Please note: this SFAR data is for August 2022

Summer 2022 has been a season of change for the U.S. real estate market. With housing affordability at a 33-year low, existing-home sales have continued to soften nationwide, falling 5.9% month-to-month and 20.9% year-over-year as of last measure, according to the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). Pending home sales have also continued to decline, while new listings have steadily increased, with unsold inventory reaching 3.3 months’ supply at the start of August. The pullback in demand has been particularly hard on homebuilders, causing new-home sales and construction to slow.

New Listings were down 13.7 percent for single family homes and 20.4 percent for Condo/TIC/Coop properties. Pending Sales decreased 25.2 percent for single family homes and 29.1 percent for Condo/TIC/Coop properties.

The Median Sales Price was down 12.0 percent to $1,625,000 for single family homes and 14.1 percent to $987,500 for Condo/TIC/Coop properties. Months Supply of Inventory decreased 5.9 percent for single family units but was up 3.6 percent for Condo/TIC/Coop units.

Inflation, higher interest rates, and fears of a potential recession have taken a toll on buyers and sellers this summer, leading many people to stay on the sidelines to see what will happen with the market. But some experts, including NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun, believe the worst of inflation may be over. Although sales prices remain up from this time last year, price growth is expected to moderate in the months ahead as the market continues to shift in a more buyer-friendly direction.

 

Parking

Museum Parc has a large underground garage that is accessible from 3rd Street and Folsom Street. Monthly and daily parking is available.

Please contact ImPark if you have any questions: 415.284.9553 or visit http://www2.impark.com

Public Transportation

Museum Parc is very accessible via public transportation.

Via BART, MUNI Metro

Disembark at the Montgomery Street Station. Exit to New Montgomery and Market Streets. Continue on Market for 1 block and turn left on 3rd Street. Walk three blocks south to Third and Folsom.

Via CalTrain

From the Caltrain Station (Fourth & Townsend). Across Fourth street from the train station, catch either the #15, #30, or #45 lines. Get off at Third and Folsom.

For all Bay Area transit agencies, and traveler information including weather, traffic conditions, and parking, visit 511: The Bay Area Travel Guide.