250 Square-Feet of Heaven in San Francisco

250 Square-Feet of Heaven in San Francisco

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Stephanie Kinnear
Jun 25, 2009

We think we live in a pretty small apartment, and we were recently impressed by a couple looking to move into a 400 square-foot space. But what about 250 square-feet? Could you do it? (Do you do it?)

According to an article in the SF Chronicle, that's the size of some brand new condominiums that are about to be sold in San Francisco's SoMa neighborhood. They're starting at $279,000 and they're being marketed to young people, particularly singles, who don't have "too much stuff."

The name of the building is, appropriately, Cubix.

They're pretty stylish, but even the architect admits they're a bit too small for a family. We think, given the smart floor plan, they provide more than enough space for one person, possibly two.

What do you think?

The condos have some other green features besides their tiny sq-footage. Get more information here.

Images via SFGate.com; Paul Chinn

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