While there are certainly deals to be found when purchasing pre-construction, sometimes life gets in the way and you need to move into a new place right now, not in three years. Maybe your current home sold faster than expected or you scored a new job in a different city. Whatever the reason, there are plenty of options if you’re in the market for a newly built condo in San Francisco. Here we’ve rounded up 10 enticing options priced from the mid-$600,000s.
1. The Avery
Developer: Related California
Neighborhood: Rincon Hill
Priced from: $1,845,000
The Avery offers luxury living high above the clouds. The soaring 55-story tower was completed last year, but a limited number of residences and penthouses are still available for purchase. The development offers a host of wellness amenities, including an Equinox®-curated fitness center, indoor lap pool, meditation room and yoga studio.
Developer: Leap Development
Priced from: $664,000
Old meets new at 950 Tennessee Street, a mid-rise condominium inspired by the industrial heritage of Dogpatch. If a walkable, laid-back neighborhood is what you’re after, don’t miss out on the development’s few remaining units. The interiors are distinctly Danish, balancing minimalism and warmth with wide-plank hardwood flooring, Domus & Domus wood cabinetry, Caesarstone countertops and matte black fixtures.
3. 181 Fremont
Developer: Jay Paul Company
Priced from: $3,715,000
If money is no object, consider a sprawling luxury condominium at 181 Fremont. The bespoke interiors were conceived of by a team of talented designers who sourced the finishes and materials from around the world. The grand penthouse — the highest residence in San Francisco — is still up for grabs, featuring four bedrooms plus a den, six-and-a-half-bathrooms, and custom interiors and furnishings by MASS Beverly.
Developer: Tishman Speyer
Neighborhood: The East Cut
Priced from: the $900,000s
MIRA is an architectural marvel by the award-winning firm, Studio Gang. The iconic high-rise offers studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom condominiums with 180-degree views of the water and city skyline. If that simply will not do, upgrade to The Panorama Collection, whose residences offer spectacular 270-degree vistas of San Francisco and the Bay.
5. 99 Rausch
Developer: Belrich Partners, LLC
Priced from: $1,357,000
Now ninety percent sold out, time is running out to purchase a new home at 99 Rausch in well-connected SoMa. Walk to tech company headquarters, art galleries and museums, craft cocktail lounges and high-end department stores. The building offers exceptional outdoor amenities, such as a rooftop terrace, barbecue area and fire pit, media area, yoga platform and landscaped garden.
6. Sutter North
Developer: Celtic Development
Neighborhood: Polk Gulch
Priced from: $965,000
Sutter North is a close-knit community of 37 condominiums, ranging from studios to two-bedroom units. Situated directly off Polk Street, the building is close to daily conveniences like Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods Market, BevMo!, 24 Hour Fitness and Walgreens. The homes boast open-concept layouts, chef-worthy kitchens with Italian cabinetry, Duravit soaking tubs and wide-plank walnut flooring throughout.
Limited inventory remains at ONE Mission Bay, a channelside residence that puts nature at your doorstep. Ride your bike along the water’s edge, take a kayak excursion around the Bay, or enjoy a picnic at China Basin Park. The development is now 97 percent sold out and immediate closings are taking place.
8. The Harrison
Neighborhood: Rincon Hill
Priced from: $1,600,000
Perched atop Rincon Hill is The Harrison, a collection of 281 lavish residences and 17 penthouses. These one-, two- and three-bedroom homes feature custom, high-end details and unrivaled views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and SoMa. The Harrison boasts plenty of party-ready amenity spaces, including Uncle Harry’s, a private penthouse lounge with a dining room, speakeasy and catering kitchen.
Developer: Local Capital Group
Priced from: $729,000
If your budget is under $1 million, consider a studio or one-bedroom unit at 901 Tennessee, an intimate community with 40 modern residences, a communal lobby, landscaped courtyard and rooftop terrace. Located in Dogpatch, which was recently named San Francisco’s coolest neighborhood by Time Out, the development is a stone’s throw from breweries, restaurants, coffee shops, parks and public transit.
10. Fulton 555
Developer: Fulton Street Ventures LLC
Neighborhood: Hayes Valley
Priced from: $1,199,000
Put Fulton 555 at the top of your home shopping list if your aesthetic is best described as ‘bright and modern.’ These blank canvases are awaiting personalization, but come complete with Bosch appliances, premium finishes and hardwood floors. The surrounding neighborhood of Hayes Valley puts residents within reach of performing arts venues, trendy boutiques, brasserie-bars and raved-about restaurants. With a ban on business chains, the vibe is undeniably authentic.