Serif | 950 Market St.

Under development, when complete Serif at 950 Market St. will be home to about 240 residences on Market St. between Taylor and Turk, on the edge of the Tenderloin and near Downtown.  Notable features of the building include the unique design by Handel architects, and the mixed-use nature of the design slated to include a hotel.

Home sizes have yet been announced but expect them to follow trends like 1075 Stage or 388 Fulton and be on the more affordable side.  Building features will include a home for non-profit Magic Theatre, a community open space on Turk St., an outdoor food/beverage “garden,” retail shops, and a landscaped roof deck.

Developer: Group i | Architect: Handel Architects

 

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    In the Heart of The City

    Rendering of Market St. Facade

    Another Rendering from Market St.

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    More About the Building

    Delayed by several years while the developer refused to yield to the planners dream for the building, the 242 residence development broke ground in October of 2018. When complete, the 12-story building will span 1/2 a block of Market St. as well as a block of Turk St. from Market to Taylor. It’s a large and interestingly shaped development. The building sports a distinctive facade designed by Handel Architects. The ground floor will feature retail shops, a community space, a non-profit neighborhood theatre, and a food/beverage “community garden.”

     

    Number of Homes
    242 homes

     

    Construction Schedule
    Construction broke ground in October of 2018.

     

    Parking
    We don’t expect the homes to be offered with parking.

     

    Amenities and Original Finishes
    Not yet announced.

     

    Below Market Rate Homes
    The developer made possible the construction of an affordable home project at 180 Jones that will meet the requirement for this development.

     

    Listing Agent
    Polaris Pacific represents the developer exclusively. We provide buyers interested in new construction with independent buyer representation across the city of San Francisco.

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