Construction is underway with sales projected to begin in early to mid-2019. When complete, this building will be home to 39 residences at 119 7th Street @ Minna in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco.
Home sizes at 119 7th St. begin at about 556 square feet and range up to about 1,412 square feet. Homes are available in one-bedroom, one-bedroom + den, and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a shared roof deck and a shared deck over the entry to the parking garage.
Developer: Fulton Street Ventures | Builder: Fullview Properties | Architect: Architecture International
Formerly the site of a small 27-car parking lot, 119 7th Street will soon be home to 39 new residential units with underground parking for 14 cars and ground-level retail/commercial space.
While an earlier proposal envisioned building two towers — one on the parking lot and one on the site of an existing hotel across the street — the current plan involves one eight-story building with 39 units — 22 one-bedroom homes (some with dens) and 17 two-bedroom homes. Square footage will range from 556 to 760 for the one-bedroom homes and 1,075 to 1,412 for the two-bedroom homes.
Number of Homes
Completion is expected in 2019. We will update this page with progress reports as construction continues.
Unannounced at this time. Pricing is typically the very last item that a developer decides upon, so we don’t expect to have this information until the sales office opens.
Early plans call for 14 off-street parking spaces for cars and 40 bicycle parking spaces
Amenities and Finishes
Unknown at this time. We’ll update this page as more details become available.
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
The developer has elected to pay an in-lieu fee of approximately $2.5 million to the city for development of affordable housing instead of providing on-site BMRs.
We do not represent the developer of 119 7th Street. The fine sales team at Compass Development represents the developer exclusively, and we provide buyers with independent representation across the city of San Francisco.