This property’s representation is currently unknown.
The new developments along the Octavia Corridor, part of The Market and Octavia neighborhood plan, are continuing to make progress. San Francisco has long been excited about the city’s redevelopment plan for the area of Hayes Valley around Octavia Street and Market, which is one of the first places people see as they come off freeways into the city. Some gorgeous new buildings are going up along the Octavia corridor, offering residential and retail units as well as public improvements and green space.
The following Octavia Corridor projects are currently under construction:
2001 Market (at Dolores) – Currently pouring concrete and building the basement walls and pillars. Estimated completion in fall 2013.
1960-1998 Market (at Buchanan) – Construction began in July. Estimated completion unknown.
401 Grove / 300 Ivy – Construction began in August. Estimated completion unknown.
Octavia Gateway, at 8 Octavia Street (at Market) is expected to begin construction soon, having just received complete approval from the planning department in September.
The following Octavia Corridor new developments are awaiting approval from the planning department or are still being designed by the architects and developers:
Parcel P – Needs approval, expected breaking ground mid-2013, expected completion 2014 [emailed developer for update]
Parcels K & L (west side of Octavia between Fell and Oak)–The city’s idea was to fill these two spaces with temporary, container-based entertainment and dining destinations while long-term planning was done, but nothing seems to have come of it since the city signed leases with Envelope A+D. [UPDATE: see first comment below, from Envelope A+D]
Parcels M & N (east side of Octavia between Fell and Oak) – These cellular housing units by Envelope A+D are in the same situation as their counterparts across the street…they’ve got pretty designs, but no word as to whether they’re making any progress. [UPDATE: see first comment below, from Envelope A+D]
If you’re interested in purchasing in one of these buildings, contact neighborhood professional Kristen Stuecher at 415.948.4888 or firstname.lastname@example.org. She’ll keep you up-to-date on the building’s progress and ensure that you’ll be among the first buyers to access homes there once construction is completed.
Climb Real Estate provides this information to the public and our clients and does not guarantee its accuracy. Climb Real Estate does not necessarily represent the seller nor the marketing company in any way. For buyer representation, contact Climb or learn how to buy new developments.