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The Most and Least Expensive Downtown Lofts of 2012

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Loftway has released its annual condo report for 2012--the data covers 30 Downtown buildings and breaks down all the hot, hot sales data. Standard sale units (i.e. not short sales or bank-owned properties) spent just under three months on the market in 2012, so the market looks to be relatively healthy. The highest-priced condo last year went for $4 million and the lowest for $120,000. The Ritz-Carlton Residences had the highest average sales price per square foot ($858.33 for one square foot of those babies); the Little Tokyo Lofts had the lowest ($200.29). There were 293 leases averaging $1.99 per square foot. All the rest of the juicy numbers are below.