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City Ventures is about to make “green” living in South San Francisco a breeze with South City Place. Currently under construction, the development will house the city’s first solar-powered townhomes, 20 percent of which have already been sold ahead of the grand opening.

Powered by SunPower solar panels, all 31 townhomes at South City Place will also include numerous other environmentally friendly features, such as high-efficiency lighting, water-wise appliances and dual-glazed windows with ultraviolet coating. By exceeding state energy efficiency standards by 15 percent, the townhomes may be able to reduce homeowners’ electricity bills by as much as 80 percent.

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In addition to being energy efficient, the townhomes at South City Place will be incredibly stylish and spacious, with up to four bedrooms and four bathrooms. Inviting kitchens will feature granite countertops, Kohler faucets and fixtures and cabinetry with quiet-closing drawers and doors. Equally modern master bathrooms will include wood-framed mirrors, solid-surface countertops and cabinets with either wood or white finish.

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Residents of South City Place will also benefit from living close to many amenities. The development will be located across the street from the South San Francisco BART station, and will also offer easy access to the ferry, Caltrain and San Francisco International Airport. Those in tune with the great outdoors will also enjoy visiting beautiful San Bruno Mountain State & County Park.

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More information on South City Place is coming soon, and to stay in the loop City Ventures recommends registering for updates here. Prospective buyers are also encouraged to contact Sales Manager Ann Dykstra for current pricing details — she can be reached at 415 366 6660 or at SouthCityPlace@CityVentures.com.

For more information visit the website here. To learn about the seven below-market-rate units at South City Place email SouthCityPlaceBMR@CityVentures.com.

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