“Maximum Minamalism.” – Matt
Built in 2017, La Maison is home to 28 residences at 241 10th St. between Howard and Folsom in the South of Market neighborhood of San Francisco.
Home sizes at La Maison include one-bedroom and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a rooftop deck and lounge on the 2nd floor.
Developer: JS Sullivan Development | Architect: Alan Tse
La Maison at 241 10th Street is a boutique luxury development of 28 homes. It is designed by award-winning architect Alan Tse who has worked on such past projects as the W Hotel in San Francisco. The five-story mid-rise building with ground floor retail space is home to 16 one-bedroom residences and 12 two-bedroom residences including a penthouse.
Resident amenities include a lounge located on the 2nd floor as well as a rooftop deck.
Number of Homes
Built in 2017
Two-bedroom homes come with a parking space.
Amenities and Finishes
Building amenities include a rooftop deck and lounge on the 2nd floor.
Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
There are three BMR units at La Maison: two one-bedroom homes and one two-bedroom home.
You’ll probably also be interested in anything by architect Stanley Saitowitz, including the not-too-far-away 8 Octavia and 1515 15th St. Another SOMA building that’s nearby is 99 Rausch, as well as the Mullen Buildings at 52 Rausch, 60 Rausch, and 73 Sumner.