One Franklin is a JS Sullivan development - his most recent city projects were 1515 15th St. and Blanc at 1080 Sutter. One Franklin fits a similar profile - a mid-size building with minimal amenities and comparatively low monthly HOA fees. The building has 35 residences - we expect to see five homes per floor over ground floor retail. The building features innovative partnerships with "sharing economy" companies, and it does not have any parking for any of the homes.
One Franklin offers 35 residences (31 market rate) spread over 7 stories above a ground floor of retail. The building does not have any parking for cars, but it does offer bicycle parking and additional storage areas.
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Located at the intersection of Franklin, Market St. and Page St., it is an in-fill building in a rapidly changing (gentrifying) neighborhood and area. To the east along Market street you will find the mid-market area that has become a bustling tech hub with the arrival of companies like Twitter, Dolby, Uber, and many others. To the west you will find the upper market area and the Castro. To the north lies Hayes Valley, now a bustling neighborhood undergoing a transition from a freeway on-ramp exchange to a more pedestrian-focused area.
The neighborhood and general area that One Franklin is located in will be changing a lot in the coming years. Plans call for numerous tall tower buildings to be built along the Market Street corridor near Van Ness.
While One Franklin doesn’t offer car parking, it is an incredibly walkable location, the access to bicycle lanes is incredibly good, and light-rail muni and BART access are both within a short walking distance of several blocks.
In addition to offering a second floor courtyard and a sixth-floor deck with barbeque area, the building has partnered with local businesses (their website features Uber, Hello Alfred, Market St. Cycles and Luke’s Local as of January 2016) to offer residents credits and discounts for items like ride sharing, concierge services, bicycle repair, and grocery delivery.
First move-ins happened in the fall of 2016.
No car parking in the building, bicycle parking is available.
Original finishes in homes at One Franklin feature: