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Super-cute studio in Art Deco, amenity-filled downtown building was last week’s least-expensive sale

Coming in at $530,000, a corner studio unit on the eleventh floor of the Hamilton Building on O’Farrell Street was last week’s lowest priced S.F. sale—though certainly not its lowest price per square foot. The condo cost just over $1,000 for each of its 520 square feet. Several other studios in the grand Art Deco
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