This study is supposed to clarify the relationship among factors on sale price depending on architectural size of commercial residential complexes using Path Analysis. Spatial scope of this study covers 193 commercial residential complexes located in the city of Seoul, and temporal scope covers commercial residential complexes having been completed by September 2008. In order to classify patterns pursuant to architectural size, K-means Cluster Analysis was performed using building area, total area and site area, and patterns were classified into two kinds such as big groups and small groups in architectural size, showing that there is about 1.4 million won difference in average sale price per ㎡ through T-test verification. In order to take a look at price determinants by architectural size patterns and grasp the relationship between them, analysis using Path Analysis to analyze the theoretical relation between configuration concepts and the relationship with measurement indices was performed, thereby developing each route model. Analysis results showed that big groups in architectural size were affected by the order of complex size, housing size, constructor brands, surrounding environments, composite facility size, complex access facilities, life convenience facilities and use zoning, and that small groups in architectural size were affected by the order of housing size, constructor brands, surrounding environments, complex access facilities, composite facility size, use zoning, complex size and life convenience facilities.