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It doesn't seem like there has been any real discussion for about 18 months now. Any new insights on this building?
After sifting through previous posts, it seems that over time concerns regarding the frat atmosphere has abated (the 25-yr olds are at least 26.5 now), Rockrose has split and changed its name (perhaps their conduct as well?), asking prices & sq footage on floor plans are still inflated as per industry standard...
So, is 99 John St. a good investment/place to live now?
I think it is one of the better options in the neighborhood. Beautiful building with good management and ever increasing ownership and tenancy by owners.
Apartments still available for under $1000 ppsf, though the closings are going up through the $900s lately.
99 John is a great investment. In fact, you can purchase units with renters already in a in place.
99 John is a solid building, especially with prices less than $1000 per. If its starts creeping into the $1K plus per then its almost not worth it as there are better located buildings with apts. at those prices. Some of the units have amazing balconies, but those are the ones above $1K. I lived there as a renter for many years and liked the building, but not at over the magic number.