La Maison

The Building

The building has 28 units in the 5 floors developed by JS Sullivan Development and designed by Architect Alan Tse.

Amenities

La Maison has a collection of amenities that offer all of the modern essentials matched by a location that puts absolutely everything at your door including rooftop deck + unobstructed views, open-air grill + outdoor dining area, organic gardens, lobby lounge + reception area, secured keyless entry, video security cameras by Nest, and on-demand home manager by Hello Alfred.

Parking
There will be assigned parking and only the two-bedroom units will have parking.
Requirements
Pre-approval required, and Realtor required for showing appointments. For appointments, 
call (415) 735-5867.
Price Range
One-bedroom and two-bedroom units range from $779k-$1.2m. Contact (415) 735-5867 for the most recent release prices.
Units
There are 1bed/1bath and 2bed/2baths with central heat and air conditioning. One-bedroom units on the 2nd floor have access to outdoor space. Two-bedroom units range from 935-972 sqft.
Availability
As of July 2017, are available for purchase with an anticipated Fall 2017 move in.
Location

241 10th St.,

San Francisco, CA 94103

Neighborhood
SOMA

SOMA

An energetic fusion of high-end modern living and industrial charm, SOMA (South of Market) stretches from Market Street to the waterfront. It has become a cultural epicenter over the past several decades, home to the Moscone Center, Contemporary Jewish Museum, Cartoon Art Museum, Museum of African Diaspora, SF MOMA, and more. Yerba Buena Gardens is twelve square blocks of nature, art, and fun for both kids and adults, with landscaped lawns, waterfalls, a sculpture court, playground, ice rink, carousel, bowling alley, and an excellent interactive children’s museum. Salesforce Park offers plenty of daytime diversion as well, filling 5.4 acres with botanical gardens, public art, and a daily schedule of free events. For beautiful views of the bay with a side of baseball, check out a game at Oracle Park, home of the SF Giants. If retail is your sport of choice, head to Westfield Center or one of SOMA’s many one-of-a-kind boutiques. Feel free to shop until your blood sugar drops – the eclectic neighborhood is well-known for its diverse dining scene, ranging from casual to destination to deliciously kitschy. The neighborhood's grocery stores have everything you need for dinners at home, and you can always grab a quick bite at SOMA StrEat Food Park or the Heart of the City Farmers’ Market. There are plenty of speakeasies, cocktail lounges, and sports bars to keep you busy from happy hour on.
learn more about this neighborhood

Schedule a showing

Contact us to learn how we can make a difference.
CalBRE# 01862279
Please enter valid full name.
Please enter valid email address.
Please enter valid phone number.
Please enter valid property.
Please enter valid address.