1554 Market

Currently under development, 1554 Market will be home to about 109 new residences in the Hayes Valley/The Hub/Civic Center neighborhood of San Francisco. Two towers are planned for the site, one fronting Market St. and the other fronting Oak St., with a central courtyard between them.

Between the two buildings at 1554 Market St., there will roughly 9 to 11 homes per floor, with home sizes that start at less than 500 square feet for a studio, and range between 1,200 – 1,500 square feet for the largest two-bedroom homes.

Building amenities include a roof deck.

 

Developer: TruMark Urban | Architect: Handel Architects

 

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Market St. Facade with 100 Van Ness in Background

Additional Rendering

Centrally Located and Transit Rich

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Nearby MLS Listed Condo Homes for Sale

Condominium
$1,210,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 481318
99 Rausch is a NEW 6-story, 112-residence community with state-of-the-art amenities & environmentally sustainable features. Inspired Modern living at the heart of everything. Featuring : 7 days a week concierge, Gym, Yoga Area, Owners Lounge with TV & wet bar,...
Condominium
$695,000 | 1, 1
MLS# 481076
Modern corner unit with private balcony/deck in this 2 year young building. Lots of modern quality features. Strategic location for city living. Walk to transportation, shopping restaurants, Brooks Hall, Davies Hall, etc. Featuring Grohe plumbing fixtures, fully equipped kitchen with...
Condominium
$1,195,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 481065
VIEWS VIEWS and MORE VIEWS! If you are looking for a 180 degree, unobstructed, panoramic view of the Golden Gate Bridge, Alcatraz, Marin Headlands, Bay and Downtown SF, Look no further! HUGE 1500 sqft unit with walls of glass!! Amazing...
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More About 1554 Market

Construction

Under construction

 

Listing Agent
We do not represent the developer of 1554 Market St. The fine sales team at Polaris Pacific represents the developer exclusively, and we provide buyers with independent representation across the city of San Francisco.

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