How’s development going in SF?

The Mark Company has just released its January 2015 status report on new development projects. The following is the breakdown of projects that entail 20-plus market rate units on tap:

· 1645 Pacific. “Offers 39 boutique residences at the convergence of Nob Hill, Russian Hill and Pacific Heights.”

· 870 Harrison. “The urban mixed-use development will feature 26 homes rich with modern design and high-quality materials.”

· 8 Octavia. “Will offer 47 modern residences over retail space in Hayes Valley.”

· Amero. “Will offer modern new homes in San Francisco’s highly desirable Cow Hollow neighborhood.”

· Arden. “Will offer 267 sophisticated residences ideally located along Mission Creek.”

· Fifteen Fifteen. “Fifteen Fifteen offers clean lines and modern design in the heart of the walkable Mission District.”

· Linea. “Designed by world-renowned Bernardo Fort-Brescia of Arquitectonica, Linea offers 115 stylish residences at Market and Buchanan Streets.”

· Lumina. “Lumina is comprised of two towers, 42 and 37 stories high, and two eight-story buildings, all connected by a shared amenity podium.”

· Millwheel North. “Millwheel North features spacious one-, two- and three-bedroom residences in the up-and-coming Dogpatch neighborhood.”

· Mint Collection. “Select units in the Hales Warehouse and Sliver Building are now being released for sale.”

· Mission at 1875. “Features studio, one- and two-bedroom residences in the vibrant Mission District and Valencia corridor. Residents will enjoy a dog run, outdoor pool, rooftop deck and relaxing lounge area.”

· Onyx. Potrero Hill one- and two-bedroom residences with elegant, contemporary finishes, according to the project’s website.

· Park Lane. “Located in Nob Hill, Park Lane offers 33 ultra-luxury residences in two-, three- and four-bedroom plan configurations.”

· Summit 800. “Located in Park Merced, Summit 800 is a collection of new single-family homes and attached condominiums situated on individual lots.”

· The Century. “Located near the water with panoramic views of the Bay and downtown skyline, The San Francisco Shipyard recently launched its first phase of 88 homes in the Olympia and Merchant Buildings.”

· Thirty Five Dolores. “Featuring brand new one-, two- and three-bedroom homes, the development will also offer Class I bicycle racks, underground parking and over 3,300 square feet of usable common area space.”

· Vida. “Located in the energetic Mission District, Vida offers 114 condominium homes inspired by modern Latin culture.”

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