300 Ivy

“The next generation of Hayes Valley.” – Britton

Built in 2013, 300 Ivy is home to 63 residences at 300 Ivy @ Grove Street in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco.

Home sizes at 300 Ivy include one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and five three-bedroom townhome-style homes. Building amenities include a roof deck with panoramic views & BBQ area, bike parking, landscaped courtyard, and package delivery service.

 

Developer: Ivy Grove Partners, LLC | Architect: David Baker Architects, Landscape Architect: Fletcher Studio

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    Entry Courtyard with Bike Parking Along Right

    Roof Deck at 300 Ivy

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    More About the Building

    300 Ivy is a LEED-Certified condominium building located at the south-west corner of Grove and Gough in Hayes Valley. 300 Ivy offers condo homes with stoops offering direct street access along the south side of Grove Street, ground-floor retail along the Gough street frontage, and town-homes along the “back” side of the development on Ivy Street. The mid-rise building is about five stories high with a landscaped roof deck, and a feng-shui inspired courtyard and building entry along Ivy street.

     

    Number of Homes
    63

    Construction Schedule
    Built in 2013

    Parking
    Independent garage parking, about half the homes have parking

    Amenities and Original Finishes

    • Lobby features a “K door” made by Paco Prieto.
    • Town-homes have private roof decks
    • Roof deck with outdoor kitchen and dining space, a sunbathing area, and planters for urban agriculture. Deck furniture was designed and fabricated locally by OHIO Design

    Original homes were delivered to buyers with:

    • Wide-plank, sustainably sourced oak floors in the kitchen, dining, and living areas
    • Forced-air heating and cooling system with air conditioning in every residence
    • Caesarstone counters in the kitchen and bath
    • Kitchens with Studio Becker cabinetry, Kohler Purist pull-down faucets, Franke under-mounted stainless steel sink, Stainless steel Bosch appliances, including a dishwasher, wall oven, gas cooktop, and Liebherr refrigerator
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