Yesterday we told you that the Lofts at Seven is already over 70 percent leased, and today you get your first look at the very tiny units. The building has 88 apartments that range from 275 square foot studios to 860 square foot lofts. Pricing depends on the square footage and floor, but we can tell you that studios start at $1,550 per month and lofts start at $2,350 per month. The units are ADA compliant and have highlights like stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops in the kitchen. Some of the units have balconies, while others have floor-to-ceiling windows (complete with blackout shades). What's lacking in the units is storage space, though extra storage is available in the garage for an additional fee. We also think that the industrial hallways are a bit bleak, but that could change once folks are moved in. The roof deck is divided into a variety of different entertaining areas, including a BBQ area, outdoor cinema space, and fire pit. The gym is also on the roof, and is essentially a glass cube. We should mention that there was some tension outside the building as we approached it. A man who has lived in the neighborhood for years told us he was worried about being pushed out by the gentrification of the neighborhood. We told him that the apartments were geared towards tech folks who work nearby and college students, and he said he hopes that the building management does some community outreach so that neighbors have the opportunity to get to know each other.
· There's a Leasing Frenzy at the Lofts at Seven in the Tenderloin [Curbed SF]
· Pricing Released for Lofts at Seven, Plus New Renderings [Curbed SF]
· Mid-Market Map Update: 40 Projects Revitalizing the Area [Curbed SF]