San Francisco Real Estate Blog


The Marlow | 1788 Clay

Built in 2014, The Marlow is home to 98 residences at 1788 Clay in the Nob Hill neighborhood. Notable features in the building include air-conditioning in the units and parking for each home. Home sizes at The Marlow range from just under 700 square feet up to about 1,300 square…

1 Federal

“A welcome respite” – Matt Converted from a warehouse in 2003, 1 Federal is home to 49 residences in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. It is a converted warehouse building that contains loft style homes with open floor plans. Home sizes at 1 Federal include studios and one-bedroom lofts.…

Cape Horn Lofts | 540 Delancey St.

Originally built as the SouthEnd Warehouse and converted in 1997 to the Cape Horn Loft Building. The building is home to 14 live/work loft homes at 540 Delancey in the Historic South End neighborhood of South Beach in San Francisco. It is a converted warehouse building which contains loft style homes…

Vida

“It’s The Mission. Really.” – Matt   Built in 2015, Vida is home to 114 residences at 45 Bartlett St in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco. Home sizes at Vida include studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include an attended front desk, secure building, roof-deck with BBQ, and resident’s lounge.…

The Watermark

“One of the few condo towers in San Francisco still surrounded by parking lots.” – Matt 2006 construction, home to 136 residences at 501 Beale in the South Beach neighborhood of San Francisco. The Watermark SF is a twenty-two story building known for the panoramic views from its residences. Home sizes at The Watermark…

The Rockwell | 1688 Pine St.

“Full Stack Luxury Living.” – Matt Completed in 2016, The Rockwell is the result of merging six existing lots and demolishing most of the existing buildings, although most of their historic facades have been preserved. Located in the Van Ness Avenue Corridor, The Rockwell is home to 260 residences. The…

Arterra

“San Francisco’s first LEED certified residential development.” – Britton   The Arterra was the first LEED-Certified condo building developed in San Francisco. Completed in 2009, it is home to about 275 residences at 300 Berry St. in the Mission Bay neighborhood. The Arterra consists of three unique buildings: the Sky Tower, the City…