A sleek combination of two 12-story buildings that front both Oak and Market St, providing 109 new homes in the heart of San Francisco's transit-rich and incredibly walkable mid-market area. Delivery is projected for the 2018 timeframe.
SFAR MLS Subdistrict: Van Ness/Civic Center – 8F
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As proposed, when complete the building will offer 109 homes in a 12 story building with ground-floor retail and 28 new parking spaces in a below-ground parking garage as well as 110 bicycle parking spaces. The development has two buildings, one that fronts Oak and one on Market St. The two buildings are separated by an interior courtyard and a narrow pedestrian walkway connecting at each of level above the ground floor. Ground-floor retail will front from Market and Oak streets, while homes will have a lobby on Oak Street.
As proposed, the building will have:
Between the two buildings, there will roughly 9 to 11 homes per floor, with home sizes that are approximately:
Delivery is projected for approximately 2018.
Unannounced at this time. Pricing is typically the very last item that a developer decides upon, so we don’t expect to have this information until the sales office opens.
Limited parking will be built, and about 28 parking spaces will be created using mechanical stackers in a below-ground garage accessed from Oak St. 110 bicycle parking spots will also be provided. 28 spaces roughs out to about one car parking spot for every four homes built.
Unannounced at this time, look for updates as we learn more.
The developer has elected on-site homes, and 13 of the condos will be offered with deed restrictions through the Mayor’s Office of Housing program to qualified and eligible program participants.
Unknown at this time, although based on historical relationships with the developer we expect to see Polaris Pacific as the developer’s exclusive representative.