More than 35 percent sold, modern condos at Stage 1075 are selling quickly in the heart of San Francisco’s new tech hub, Mid-Market. Homeowners have started to move into the boutique building, by Encore Capital Management, which will be one of a few condo buildings in the bustling neighborhood. Stage 1075 features studios, one- and two-bedroom homes, and there are only 13 homes per floor to maximize space and privacy.
Designed by architect Levy Design Partners, Stage 1075 was thoughtfully created with urban pioneers in mind and includes intricate details to reflect the neighborhood’s past. To honor the building’s history, the development’s facade displays a large-scale public art piece created by local blacksmith artist Daniel Hopper. One of the main focal points of the building is a beautifully restored, original stained glass window from the former Grauman’s Imperial Theater, which has been incorporated into the lobby design.
Condos range in size from 400 square feet to 1,100 square feet, providing open and functional layouts for residents. Built to LEED silver certification, the homes boast energy-efficient lighting, appliances and water-efficient plumbing fixtures. The green building also includes secure bicycle parking and a bike maintenance station.
The interiors feature designer finish packages in sophisticated color palettes. The chef-worthy kitchens are complete with a porcelain tile backsplash, Sequel quartz counters and Nobilia German cabinets. Perfect for everyday cooking, the kitchens include Smeg stainless steel gas cooktops and under counter convection ovens. The bathrooms boast Sequel quartz counters, Nobilia German cabinets and Kohler chrome faucets and undermount sinks.
Exclusive to residents, Stage 1075 offers a lobby attendant and virtual doorman. Residents can unwind and enjoy the views from the rooftop deck, equipped with barbecues, lounge seating and fire pits. For dog owners, the building also has a convenient dog run and washing station.
Set in the newly revitalized Mid-Market area, Stage 1075 boasts a walk and bike score of 99 and a transit score of 100. Residents can enjoy the Proper Hotel across the street, which features Villon restaurant and Charmaine’s — a rooftop bar and lounge offering beautiful views of the city. Around the corner, homeowners can take their pick from a variety of great restaurants, including 54 Mint, The Cavalier and Farmer Brown. The Market is also down the street, offering locally-sourced and sustainable food.