“The Heart of Hayes Valley.” – Britton
2016 construction, home to 41 residences at 450 Hayes in the Hayes Valley neighborhood of San Francisco.
Home sizes at 450 Hayes are primarily one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes. Building amenities include a central courtyard with seating, concrete planters, and wood fences.
Developer: DM Development | Architect: Handel Architects
450 Hayes used to be part of the Central Freeway, which was torn down in 1992 following the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake. DM Development and DDG Partners built a 41-unit condominium development that filled this mid-block lot between Hayes and Ivy Streets. There are two low-rise buildings surrounding a central courtyard, with a mix of retail and residential spaces on the ground floor of Hayes St.
Of the 41 homes in the development, 24 are one bedroom, 16 are two bedrooms and one is a three bedroom.
Number of Homes
Construction was completed in 2016.
There are 20 parking spaces in the garage; they were unbundled from the condos and were sold to original purchasers with select homes. In addition, there are 48 bicycle parking spots.
Amenities and Original Finishes
450 Hayes will comprise two buildings surrounding a common courtyard with birch trees, seating, wood fences, and concrete planters. A series of bridges will connect the two buildings. The homes will be finished with features such as built-in banquette seating, skylights, 36” built-in refrigerators and private terraces (available in some homes).
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
There are five BMR home on-site.