One Oak won’t be built for a long time, if neighbors and city leaders allow it to be built at all. We have access to a variety of non-public professional listing networks and may know of upcoming or off-MLS opportunities, but 1 Oak isn’t for sale (and probably won’t be until about 2020). But if you love the area and can’t wait until there, take a look at what’s available now in the vicinity:
As we understand it, they will be sold as condo homes. This is unconfirmed and subject to change.
From SF Planning:
“The proposed project entails demolition of an existing four‐story building and parking lot located at 1510‐1540 Market Street and construction of a residential tower with 258 dwelling units over ground‐floor retail use. The height of the proposed tower would be 435 feet above street grade to its roof; mechanical equipment and a parapet would extend an additional 20 feet above the roof line. The project would comprise a total of 330,986 gross square feet (gsf) in 37 above‐ground levels and two below‐ground levels. The project would accommodate 69 off‐street parking spaces and 82 bicycle storage units in its basement levels.”
The site was originally going to be home to a building designed by Richard Meier, but the current (April 2015) site owner has engaged Snøhetta/SCB for a new/updated site design.
The project has been through the hands of several developers. It is currently owned by Build, Inc. and completed the initial permitting and approval stages in June of 2017. It is anticipated that shovels will break ground in late 2018 and the building will open in the second quarter of 2021.
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.
Still being determined, but the building will have a variety of outdoor spaces for residents and some of the homes will offer incredible views.
BMR homes will be built off-site. Parcels R & S in Hayes Valley are one potential site.
Unknown at this time.
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