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A prominent intersection in San Francsico’s Upper Market neighborhood is poised for a dramatic new landmark. Developers Brian Spiers and Canyon Johnson Urban Funds broke ground two weeks ago on the Arquitectonica designed 1998 Market Street. Formerly home to a gas station and auto repair shop, the site is across the street from The San Francisco branch of The United States Mint and a Safeway supermarket. Depending on preference, the neighborhood can be called Duboce Triangle, Mint Hill or Upper Market. By any name, the location is transit-rich and convenient to the Lower Haight, Hayes Valley, mid – Market and The Castro.
Designed to take advantage of the sloped lot at the corner of Market and Buchanan Streets, the building will rise to nine stories and feature 113 residential condominium homes above 5800 square feet of commercial space. The topography allows for spectacular views and two roof top decks will offer alternative vantage points for views and sun. The glass curtain wall construction offers contrast and modernity in a neighborhood defined by vintage residential and commercial buildings as well as the formidable hill top fortress of the US Mint.
Unit mix will include one, two and three bedroom homes and approximately 90 of the 113 units will have one car parking located in two levels of subterranean garage accessed from Buchanan Street. Pricing has not been finalized but expect a sales presence in the next 12 months.
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** Renderings Courtesy of Arquitectonica
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