Is the Crane the New SF Bird?
San Francisco is undergoing nearly $5Billion worth of new construction that will add as much as 8,000 new residential units to the city. Many of the projects we’ve been watching for quite some time now will be selling in no time. Some projects are selling before their time. Over at 300 Ivy Street, presales have started but delivery won’t be until September at the earliest. Not to be outdone, the Marlow over in Nob Hill is selling now but delivery will be next spring!
Finally, they’re here, well, just about done. When they come on in June they’ll be priced at $1,000 a square foot thereabouts. One – 1 bedroom, 1 bath, approx. 650 square feet; Two – 2 bedroom, 2 bath, approx 1015 and 1120 square feet (lower and middle units in the Victorian) Nine – 2 bedroom, 2.5 baths, approx 1095-1530 square feet, some with private roof decks. One – 3 bedroom, 3.5 baths, approximately 2200 square feet, (upper unit in the Victorian)
Already pre-selling for spring 2014 delivery in Nob Hill.
115 new residences due in 40 weeks designed by architect Bernardo Fort-Brescia at Market and Buchanan Streets. Complete with “elegant and expansive attended lobby finished with porcelain tile floors, natural white oak wood paneling and a wall-mounted Italian marble sculpture.” Also has an interior courtyard with, “lush plantings and greenery create a serene interior view,” and a rooftop terrace.
POTRERO, NORTH SLOPE
According to their marketing materials “modern elegance will meet urban vitality; upscale living,” that will ne comprised of “private havens of glass, style and high function.” Homes will be “well-appointed” one-, two- and three-bedroom residences. Sales center opens this summer with Phase 1, a collection of 20 residences, which will be complete in fall 2013.
LOWER PAC HEIGHTS
35 new condos from Stanley Saitowitz the noted architect at Sutter and Larkin that is described as “an urban boutique experience merging modern design and classic architecture.” A “limited collection” of 35 two- and three-bedroom residences with all the interior refinements starting sales in July.
With the sales office now open, this long-awaited 63-residence development is under construction scheduled to be completed this fall. The developers worked with local architect David Baker to strive to achieve a LEED Platinum certification when complete.
6 custom Homes at 300 Cornwall featuring exceptional living spaces and extraordinary design – designed by Owen Kennerly