Hayes Valley has been home to an influx of fancy new condo projects in recent years, and the latest to hit the neighborhood is Fulton 555. The 139-unit complex, designed by Ian Birchall & Associates, is getting ready to start sales, and pricing has just been announced for the units, which are being described on the official website as "blank canvases." Condos, which appear overwhelmingly white and glossy, will have Bosch appliances and hardwood floors throughout.
A shot of the kitchen in the Fulton 555 model unit.
Junior one-bedrooms will start in the mid-$500,000s, while pricing for one-bedrooms will range from the low $600,000s to the high $800,000s. Two-bedrooms begin in the low $1,000,000s and top out in the mid-$1,000,000s, according to the Mark Company, which is handling sales.
Building amenities will include the requisite rooftop terrace, a dog park, a lounge, and one amenity that will benefit the entire neighborhood: an on-site grocery. The Hayes Valley ban on formula retail was lifted just for Fulton 555's grocery store thanks to a vote from the Board of Supervisors last year that approved a "neighborhood-serving grocery store of moderate size." There's still no official word on what that grocery store will be, but it will likely all be decided by this fall, when construction is set to wrap up and move-ins into the new building will begin.
· Formula Retail Ban to Be Lifted for 555 Fulton Site [Curbed SF]
· Fulton 555 [Official Site]