Located at 1075 Market St in the heart of the mid-Market neighborhood which has seen a recent revitalization of this area. Neighboring tech companies and transit options put this development in conveniently located and ideal location. Stage 1075 features 13 homes per floor with 8 stories of residences offering a mix of studios, 1-bedrooms and 2-bedrooms with ground floor retail. The completion date for the project is tentatively February 2018, but sales are rumored to start in the fall of 2017.
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The South of Market Area (SOMA) was once a gritty and industrial neighborhood. Like it’s neighbors to the east, though, the SOMA neighborhood has been transformed over the past 30 years into a dynamic and bustling neighborhood. A bit more eclectic and bohemian than either South Beach or Yerba Buena, you’re just as likely to find a tech startup adjacent to a neighborhood non-profit as you are a historic warehouse building adjacent to a modern luxury building.
There are very few free standing single-family homes in SOMA, with the overwhelming majority of homes being South of Market condos or live/work or conversion lofts, with a smattering of tenancy-in-common buildings as well.
Stage 1075 is located at 1075 Market Street in San Francisco’s Mid-Market area AKA San Francisco’s Theater District.
Originally built in 1912 as Grauman’s Imperial Theater which was a popular Vaudeville theater in the SF theater district, it would go on to be a movie theater and then, well, mid-market had some rough decades. Here we are in 2017 and the building is being redeveloped into modern luxury condos in a pedestrian’s dream location, with easy access to BART, Muni, the 101 and 280 freeways, and all the businesses located in the midmarket and SoMa area (Twitter, Uber, Dolby…).
The stained glass windows at the property not only have historical significance but gives owners a glimpse into the buildings historic past. The building facade features a large public art piece inspired by the original building marquee, created by local artist, Daniel Hopper. The building was designed by Levy Design Partners and landscape design by Chris Ford Landscape Architecture.
1075 Stage is designed for LEED Gold Certification and features an electric vehicle parking station, energy efficient lighting, secure bicycle parking, water & energy efficient appliances, cool roof system to minimize heat gain within the building and low VOC paint.
Level Four Advisors are doing the sales and marketing for the project