Housing In San Francisco Bay Area Still GrowingJul 01 2014 · 0 comments · NISHKIAN MENNINGER, Residential ·0
The Marlow, located at 1800 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco is the newest addition to the Van Ness corridor. With 98 units, all of which were sold before the building was opened, The Marlow is bringing new residents to a once predominantly commercial area. See pictures of the final product at the link below:
Avalon Hayes Valley is currently under construction on the site of a former freeway on-ramp. The 182 unit development at the corner of Octavia and Oak in San Francisco includes multiple courtyards, roof decks, and lots of private outdoor space. The majority of the wood framing has been constructed, with completion expected later this year.
Check out our past posting, “Construction Underway on the New Avalon Hayes Valley”, for more details.
For more renderings of the finished project, visit http://www.pyatok.com/portfolio/hayes.html
The structure at 2558 Mission has topped out in March at eight stories tall, making it the tallest condo project in the Mission. The building, named Vida, will hold 114 one and two bedroom units, as well as 89 parking spaces. The building is directly adjacent to the Mission Theater. It is a large part of the redevelopment of the Mission district in San Francisco. You can find construction photos and floor plans for the units at the link below.
The redevelopment of the tower at 100 Van Ness Avenue is nearing completion as the construction of the new building skin approaches completion. The old office tower will hold new luxury apartments with sweeping views of San Francisco. A roof top terrace and 399 residences will sit inside of a stunning glass façade, that brings a modern look to the tower. A tumblr page has been set up to chronicle the day by day progress of 100 Van Ness’ renovation. The page can be found at:
Indigo, at 525 Middlefield Road in Redwood City, has recently broken ground to bring 471 apartments in three towers over a common base. The 7 story towers will sit over a three-story mixed-use podium, containing parking, retail, and other amenities. The project is located between San Francisco and Silicon Valley, making it an attractive place to live for the growing Bay Area workforce. You can read more about the Indigo on The Registry’s page: