Venn, the 113-unit rental project at 1844 Market, should be ready for occupancy by January of next year. In the meantime, the development's given folks a tease of what's to come by releasing pricing and teeny-weeny floor plans for many of its units, which are one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, 14 of which have been earmarked as affordable. There isn't a butterfly habitat on the roof or a Whole Foods in the ground floor retail, so pricing is less expensive than nearby and brand spankin' new 38 Dolores. One bedrooms range from $2900 to $4500, two bedrooms range from 3625 to $4475, and three bedrooms range from $4950 to $5000. Security deposits are surprisingly low at $1000 for a one bedroom, and $1200 for a two or three bedroom.
Extra costs include $250/month parking in the garage, $500 pet deposit + $50 per month in "pet rent," and "on-site storage and bicycle storage is available," though no pricing details are provided.
· Venn [Official site]
· Mapping 17 New Additions to San Francisco's Housing Inventory [Curbed SF]
· Mapping 12 Big Changes to Hayes Valley's Housing Stock [Curbed SF]
· Floor Plans and Pricing for Luxury Rental Building 38 Dolores [Curbed SF]