V20 | 3590 20th St.

“Tricked Out Townhomes and Flats.” – Matt

V20 was built in 2015 and is home to 18 residences at 3590 20th St. in the Mission neighborhood of San Francisco.

Home sizes at V20 begin at 1,100 square feet and range up to about 1,900 square feet. Homes are available in two-bedroom and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a shared roof deck.

 

Developer: Brown & Co. | Architect: Kerman Morris Architects

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View From Rooftop Deck

V20 at 3590 20th St.

Vibrant Mission Street

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More About the Building

V20 was built on the site of a former gas station; this one closed in 2004 and the lot was used as a parking lot for several years after that. Located at the corner of 20th St. & Valencia, the building is home to 18 luxury condos — 10 single-story flats and eight townhouse-style homes — over three ground-floor retail spaces.

The second and third floors house the flats, which range in size from about 1,100 square feet to 1,450 square feet. Flats will have two or three bedrooms and two or two and a half bathrooms. The townhomes are located on the fourth and fifth floors and range in size from about 1,400 square feet to almost 1,800 square feet. All townhomes have three bedrooms, two and a half or three bathrooms, and a private roof deck.

 

Number of Homes
18

Construction Schedule
Construction was completed in 2015.

Parking
There are 18 parking spaces: 14 for the residential units and four for the retail units. There are 12 parking spots for bicycles

Amenities and Finishes
Original finishes included Miele appliances, Italian white oak flooring, Studio Becker cabinetry, and porcelain tile.

Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
There are no BMR homes at V20, the developer paid the city a fee to support affordable housing developments.

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