1868 Van Ness offers 35 new condominium homes in a boutique mid-rise building at the intersection of Washington and Van Ness. Homes have one or two bedrooms, with outdoor terraces available in some plans. The building offers clean, modern, and understated materials and finishes with lots of light. All homes have car parking.
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Once a parking lot, 1868 Van Ness rises to 8 stories at the southeast corner of Washington and Van Ness Avenue. The Marlow is just to the south along Van Ness. The ground floor offers about 3,000 square feet of retail space, while floors 2, 3, and 4 have six homes per floor and floors 5, 6, and 7 each offer four homes. The building was designed to take maximum advantage of the light offered along the southern exposure of the building.
Across the street and abutting the intersection of Van Ness and Washington you’ll find an Academy of Art campus building, a large residential condo development – Pacific Place, and a 3 story mixed use building.
Completed in 2017. As of January 2018 they project was 75% sold and owners have already moved in.
All of the one bedrooms have been sold
It was entitled under earlier 1:1 parking rules (much like 1450 Franklin) so all homes will have a parking space.
The building has ground-floor commercial space and the residents will have access to a shared rooftop terrace area. The Rooftop common area has amazing Bay Views.
Unknown at this time, floor plans do not indicate any on-site BMR homes.
The developer (JS Sullivan & WVN Assoc) has selected the fine team at The Mark Company to provide them with exclusive representation. We don’t represent developers in new construction but provide independent representation at new and modern homes throughout San Francisco.