Complete with a new name and a space on our 40 Most Notable Developments list, 38 Dolores Street is nearly ready to release their rental condos to the public. The project formerly known as 2001 Market will feature 81 units and a 30,000 sq. ft. Whole Foods on the ground floor. The building is being touted as "the place for your urban lifestyle" with features like a green roof, on-site car share and bicycle parking. With respective walk and transit scores of 97 and 100, the building is close or accessible to nearly every possible amenity an urban-dweller could desire, including restaurants, cafes, shopping, and parks. Its location close to the nexus of Hayes Valley, Mission Dolores, Upper Market, and the Castro should help it appeal to a broad range of people (who can afford a brand new rental in the city). A new website has popped up with more info and registration ability.
·38 Dolores [Homepage]
·2001 Market is Ready for its Close Up [Curbed SF]
·The 40 Most Notable New Developments Currently Under Construction [Curbed SF]