New Homes in San Francisco – Residential Homes (Under Construction) – 19/28
Marlow, 1800 Van Ness Ave.
Marlow is a new condo and townhouse project by Oyster Development Corp. currently under construction at 1800 Van Ness Avenue in San Francisco. The project is scheduled for completion in 2014. The project has a total of 98 units.
A highly anticipated new residential development at 1800 Van Ness is coming soon. The Marlow was designed by the esteemed architecture team of Kwan Henmi, who brought us landmark buildings 1 Federal, SOMA Grand, The Watermark and The Arterra–all located South of Market. Currently slated as a mixed-use 8-story building with 94 residential units above 4,900 sq. ft. of commercial space, sales are anticipated to begin in Spring 2013. The unit mix will include 1 and 2 bedroom floorplans and will feature meticulously designed modern interiors, parking and views.
In the heart of the thriving Van Ness corridor at the junction of Pacific Heights and Nob Hill, new residents at 1800 Van Ness will enjoy amenities such as easy public transit, world-class dining, thriving nightlife and renowned performing arts right outside their doorstep.
The Marlow at 1800 Van Ness has released pricing for some of its units. While the boutique building won’t be move-in ready until early 2014, that didn’t stop folks from buying up all the 18 pre-released units in just eight days about two months ago. The eight-story, 98-unit, mixed-used building with 4,900 square feet of commercial space has amenities like an attended lobby, common outdoor area, and secured parking for each home. The least expensive one bedroom currently available is a 1-bed, 1-bath, 746 square foot unit that’s asking $725K. It has monthly HOA dues of $551.29. The most expensive one bedroom currently available is a 1-bed, 1-bath, 754 square foot unit that’s asking $854K and has monthly HOA does of $553.03. There are floor plans here if you want to see what kind of layout that much cash gets you. The cheapest two bedroom is a 2-bed, 2-bath, 954 square foot unit on the 2nd floor that’s asking $994K. It’s got monthly HOA dues of $596.38. It’s also the only two bedroom so far that’s under one million bucks. The most expensive is a 2-bed, 2-bath unit that’s 1,231 square feet. It’s asking $1,223,000 and has monthly HOA dues of $656.42.