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Marlow Reveals its Facade, Nearly Sells Out in Nob Hill

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The highly anticipated Marlow development has removed its shroud and revealed its facade to be true to the renderings released last May. This is a complement to the modern, contemporary skin of the insanely popular building, which fits in well along the predominantly commercial Van Ness corridor. Inside the building is even better, with units being outfitted with private balconies, walnut cabinets, quartz countertops, and porcelain tiles, while a private park and attended lobby round out the common features. For those interested in purchasing you had better act fast—only three units remain of the original 98, and the building isn't even open yet. All three are 2-bed, 2-bath units on the lower half of the building. Units in the main structure are expected to be occupied later in March, while the adjacent townhomes still have a few months of construction remaining.
·New Renderings Revealed for Van Ness Boutique Building [Curbed SF]
·The Marlow [homepage]

The Marlow

1800 Van Ness Avenue, San Francisco, CA