Stage 1075, a boutique collection of condo residences, is now selling in San Francisco’s new bustling tech hub, Mid-Market. The 90-unit condo building by Encore Capital Management offers studios, one- and two-bedroom homes ranging in size from 400 square feet to 1,100 square feet.
Designed by architect Levy Design Partners, Stage 1075 includes beautiful artwork and intricate details to reflect the neighborhood’s charming history. A restored original stained glass window will be one of the main focal points of the building and will be incorporated into the lobby design. The building’s modern facade also displays a large-scale public art piece designed by San Francisco-based blacksmith artist Daniel Hopper. As an homage to the building’s history, the art consists of forged hollow steel rings with bright round lights to represent theatre marquee lights.
Each floor consists of only 13 homes to maximize space and privacy. Designed for LEED silver certification, the homes offer energy-efficient lighting, appliances and water-efficient plumbing fixtures. The eco-friendly development is surrounded by a beautiful landscaped courtyard and offers secure bicycle parking and an electric vehicle parking station.
The homes exude elegance and feature three designer finish packages in sophisticated color palettes. Designed for style and functionality, the gourmet kitchens are replete with Sequel quartz countertops, Nobilia German cabinets and stainless steel appliances. Classic finishes continue in the bathrooms, complete with porcelain tile flooring and Kohler chrome faucets and undermount sinks.
Thoughtfully-designed for convenience, Stage 1075 includes private in-house amenities. A rooftop deck offers a spacious and inviting area for residents to entertain guests, and includes a barbecue, lounge seating and fire pits. The building offers a convenient dog run area and dog washing station for pet owners.
Centrally located in the newly revitalized Mid-Market neighborhood, Stage 1075 is in close proximity to amenities and recreational activities. The area boasts a walk score of 99, a bike score of 99 and a transit score of 100, making it the perfect urban package. Across the street is Proper Hotel, featuring Charmaine’s, a rooftop bar and lounge offering stunning city views. A variety of restaurants are just around the corner, including The Cavalier, Hashiri, 54 Mint and FarmerBrown. Conveniently located just down the street, The Market offers an array of locally and organically grown food, drinks and groceries.
Prices start from the mid-$500,000s and first move ins are expected February 2018. Prospective buyers are encouraged to visit the two new model homes by appointment only. To learn more, click here to register for details.