New Developments in San Francisco | March 2019

901 Tenneesee San Francisco New Condos

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Welcome to the Krishnan Team San Francisco New Developments update for March 2019. We deliver the latest on new properties, construction schedules, hard hat tours, and more. Click through to read our blog post and see beautiful images of San Francisco’s finest new developments.

 

Read on to find out more about new development pricing trends, inventory, and what to expect going forward.

Welcome to the Krishnan Team San Francisco New Developments update for March. We deliver the latest on new properties, construction schedules, hard hat tours, and more.
901 Tennessee
Dogpatch Neighborhood

Four-story building with 40 residences in a mix of studios through 3-bedrooms. While having a modern design approach, the building’s materials and details reflect those found throughout the historic Dogpatch neighborhood including shiplap wood siding, rusted steel panels and ground level commercial-style entry stoops.

With an extensively landscaped sidewalk bulb-out and striking architectural form, the proposed project activates the corner of Tennessee and 20th Streets—a gateway to the Dogpatch Historic District. Both frontages have pedestrian-oriented features including lush plantings, numerous trees, bench seating, bike parking and sidewalk lighting.

Along Tennessee Street are flexible-occupancy residences each with an individual entry stoop. Although considered residences, these can accommodate a small business. Along 20th Street is another flexible-occupancy residence and a large breezeway opening into the building’s landscaped courtyard and residential lobby. Underground parking for 31 cars accessed at the building’s lowest corner along 20th Street.

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