Anybody looking for a place in San Francisco at the moment knows that inventory is low and that options are limited, and will no doubt be glad to hear that a slew of new units are about to come on the market. Whether you're looking to rent or to buy, over a dozen new buildings from Mission Bay to Nob Hill will be opening their doors within the next six months. Don't know exactly where to find the new construction unit of your dreams? This handy map featuring 17 properties that are move-in ready now or will be within the next six months. Notice any projects that have just opened their doors, or will shortly, that you think should've been featured on the map? Drop a line or let us know in the comments. Now, without further ado, a map of 17 residential buildings on track to hit the market soon.Read More
Mapping 17 New Additions to San Francisco's Housing Inventory
The massive glass apartment building known as NEMA is nearly finished. The facade is just one floor away from being completed, and the designs for building's interiors have been finalized. The 754-unit apartment complex in the evolving Mid-Market area will allow renters to start moving in on October 1. Pricing starts at $2300 per month.
Though not quite as far along as nearby NEMA, leasing will begin this fall at AVA. The project will bring new rentals and retail space to a previously desolate stretch of 9th street in the city's Mid-Market neighborhood by 2014. Amenities include a bike repair room and even a pet washing area.
Brian Spiers Development is in the process of building new Below Market Rate units at 1600 Market. Completion is set for early 2014 with sales commencing before the end of this year.
Move-ins are set to happen before the end of the year at Onyx Phase 1, a collection of 20 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom homes in the heart of Potrero Hill.
The Linea residential development on Market street is rapidly rising and will be finished by January if all goes according to plan. The cheapest units in the building will be studios priced at $479,000.
Rene Cazenave Apartments
Designed by Leddy Maytum Stacey Architects, the 120 supportive housing units in Rincon Hill are just weeks away from being move-in ready. The building includes programming space and a private courtyard.
The Stanley Saitowitz Dogpatch residential development's exterior is finished, and the building will soon be filled to the brim with buyers with a penchant for modern design. The transit-friendly building has sixteen units but parking spaces for only twelve cars.
Cladding is already up on the future Mosso SF development, which, according the project's newly redesigned website, is scheduled to open in Spring of 2014. Pricing and floor plans aren't yet available to the general public. The Building will have a roof deck with sweeping views of the San Francisco skyline.
The 300 Ivy residential development in oh-so popular Hayes Valley is unwrapped and will be ready for occupancy by the end of the year. The project's 62 units are centered around a lush courtyard.
Prado Group's luxury rentals at 38 Dolores (previously known as 2001 Market) are very close to being move-in ready. The building's exterior is complete and the Whole Foods on the ground floor is being built out. The project also features a green roof and on-site car share and bike parking. Pricing and floor plans are available by registering on the project's website.
333 Fremont's pricing and interiors have not yet been released, however, the development should be move-in ready by December.
1844 market will yield 113 units, 14 of which will be affordable. Currently in the final stages of construction, the building should be ready for occupancy by January 2014.
The Marlow will be move-in ready by early 2014. Pricing, floor plans and interior renderings have been released, which means potential buyers have time to get informed before snatching up any of the remaining units. Prices range from the mid-$700,000s to upwards of a million dollars.
Channel Mission Bay
According to Channel Mission Bay's general contractor, the project should be finished by November of this year. The development features a "resort-style" pool and a bocce ball court.
Etta is now move-in ready and may house a CVS on the ground floor. The 107-unit tower is anticipating LEED gold certification and features a roof garden.
Urban Housing Group's 147-unit "Venue" is on track to be completed and ready for move-ins before the start of winter. The building will feature a waterfall, a car wash and a dog wash.
Blanc's 35 residences over ground-floor retail on Sutter Street should be move-in ready before the end of the year. Details and snazzy interior renderings are available on the project's website. Units start at 680K.