La Maison Luxury Condominium in SF’s SoMaFeb 14 2018 · 0 comments · Mixed-Use, NISHKIAN MONKS, Podium, Residential, Wood Frame ·0
A great deal of hubbub has surrounded the luxury real estate market in Downtown San Francisco in recent months. Newly completed is La Maison, a 28-unit luxury condominium building located at 241 10th Street between Howard and Folsom. Epitomizing comfort and sophistication, this 23,570 square-foot mixed-use residential structure offers a variety of one- and two-bedroom contemporary floorplans ranging from 518 square feet to 992 square feet, each individually custom designed to offer a unique living experience. Structural design was performed by Nishkian Monks. The structure is four stories of wood framing over one story of concrete construction (Type VA over Type IA). The wood framing consists of I-joist and glulam floor/roof framing with wood shear walls. The above grade post-tensioned concrete podium separates the residential units from the office/retail and parking spaces below. The structural foundation is an at-grade mat foundation.
The 28 residences include full upgrades with all available options, high-end appliances and finishes, custom closets, designer window coverings, custom designed interior kitchen, smart home technology throughout, including video security cameras by Nest, smart wiring and USB plugs, keyless entry and an on-demand home manager by Hello Alfred. But the amenities are what truly set this development apart. Residents enjoy a rooftop deck with unobstructed views, open-air outdoor dining area with grill and organic gardens, lobby lounge, and enclosed parking garage accessed on 10th Street. Additionally, La Maison puts SoMa or South of Market neighborhood, and the best of San Francisco at your door. It’s also incredibly connected with neighborhoods like Hayes Valley and The Mission, just a few walkable blocks away. And nearby transit hubs quickly connect you to the rest of the city and greater Bay Area.
Nishkian Monks proudly worked with developer/builder JS Sullivan Development and award-winning architect Alan Tse of TC Architectural Studio on this challenging urban infill project. To learn more about La Maison, click here. If you have any questions about an upcoming residential project, do not hesitate to contact any of our offices. We’d be happy to assist you.
Photo Collage Credit: Bruce Damonte