Launched in late 2017, sales at Stage 1075 in San Francisco’s Mid-Market neighborhood have already surpassed the 70 percent mark and is home to many happy homeowners. The highly anticipated development by Encore Capital Management has been a success with homebuyers in search of contemporary design, modern amenities and an enviable location.

“Savvy homebuyers who love real urban living are loving this building,” said Eddy Skees, Sales Director at Stage 1075. “They see the huge upside potential in this fast-improving neighborhood that has everything a true city-dweller wants. That’s why we’re over 70 percent sold in only seven months!”


Located at 1075 Market Street, Stage 1075 is ideally situated in San Francisco’s vibrant Mid-Market neighborhood and boasts an incredible Walk Score of 99. The area is dotted with restaurants, cafés, theaters, music venues, and shopping, offering easy access to public transit. Residents can enjoy the Proper Hotel across the street, which features the Villon restaurant and Charmaine’s — a rooftop bar and lounge offering beautiful views of the city. More amenities are just steps away including culinary hotspots 54 Mint, The Cavalier and Farmer Brown. The Market is also down the street, packed with locally-sourced and sustainable food. And residents will have even more options for groceries when Whole Foods opens a new location in the Market and 8th area.

“There is so much of what we love to do within blocks of our new home – dining and theater and nights out with friends,” said Ryan Guinan and Cecilia Romero, Stage 1075’s newest homeowners. “We can walk to the mall in five minutes. And our little Bandit loves the rooftop dog park. I think he likes it here as much as we do!”


Designed by architect Levy Design Partners, the eight-story residence pays homage to the building’s past with a restored stained-glass window from the former Grauman’s Imperial Theater, which has been incorporated into the lobby design. Outside, the building’s facade also reflects the site’s history with a public art piece created by local blacksmith Daniel Hopper. The large-scale piece extends between the fourth and eighth floors and consists of forged, hollow steel rings surrounded by bright lights intended to mimic the theater marquee.


Inside, Stage 1075 features 90 homes and offers a beautiful collection of studios, one- and two-bedroom homes with functional, open-concept layouts. The homes feature three designer finish packages with sophisticated color palettes to suit a variety of styles and tastes.


Standard features and finishes include hardwood flooring in the kitchen, Sequel quartz countertops and Nobilia German kitchen cabinets. Each home also comes with a premium stainless steel appliance package complete with a Smeg gas cooktop, under counter convection oven, dishwasher, and Summit European exterior exhaust hood.


Amenities include a sleek and sophisticated lobby with an attendant and virtual doorman, Luxer One package lockers, a landscaped courtyard, ground floor retail space, bike storage and bike maintenance station. On the rooftop deck, residents can unwind and enjoy the views while lounging around a firepit, or host a barbecue with friends and family. For dog owners, the building also has a convenient dog run and washing station.


To learn more about Stage 1075, visit and call 415 533 0435 to schedule a tour.

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