Move into a brand new condominium that fits your personal style at The Linden, debuting in spring 2021. These 97 light-filled homes come in one-, two- and three-bedroom configurations with open-concept kitchen, living and dining areas, generously-sized bedrooms, serene bathrooms, and private balconies or patios (as per plan). 

Located in South San Francisco, The Linden is commencing pre-sales later this month. Prospective buyers are encouraged to join the priority interest list to be among the first to know about sales events, tours and purchasing opportunities. 

The homes feature custom looks with pre-designated designer finish palettes that suit a variety of aesthetics. There are three expertly-curated packages: Eucalyptus, Magnolia and Spruce.

All residences come appointed with natural quartz countertops, quality, handcrafted Lanz cabinetry, and a stainless steel appliance package that includes a Hisense refrigerator with French doors, a Samsung gas range, Zephyr concealed exhaust hood and a Samsung dishwasher.

Eucalyptus offers a contemporary edge with Silestone ‘Gris Expo’ quartz counters, a full-height Emser Tile ‘Motif’ backsplash in taupe, and Lanz white matte cabinets throughout. 

The rejuvenating bathroom features an elongated white tile tub/shower surround in ‘Prescott’ by Tilebar, paired with Crossville’s Moonstruck large-format porcelain tile flooring in ‘Juno.’ To heighten the contrast, a charcoal-hued, vertical-grain vanity cabinet from Lanz is topped with Silestone ‘Gris Expo’ quartz countertops.

If your style leans toward richer and darker cabinet finishes, the Magnolia package might be the perfect choice. Expect Silestone ‘Gris Expo’ quartz countertops, a full-height, EuroWest ‘Iris Ceramica Slide’ white tile backsplash, and dark woodgrain Lanz ‘Wenge’ base cabinets coupled with dark grey matte uppers. 

The bathroom is all about sophisticated neutrals, incorporating a Daltile large-format tub/shower surround in an earthy brown hue, Crossville’s Moonstruck large-format porcelain tile flooring in ‘Juno,’ and Silestone ‘Gris Expo’ quartz vanity countertops, complemented by a Lanz ‘Wenge’ cabinet.

Last but not least, the chic Spruce package features Silestone ‘Miami White’ quartz countertops, a full-height, Daltile ‘Color Wheel’ herringbone backsplash, and Lanz ‘Summer Breeze’ light woodgrain base cabinets accompanied by white, high-gloss uppers. 

The bathroom feels light and airy thanks to an elongated white tile tub/shower surround in ‘Prescott’ by Tilebar, matched with Crossville’s Moonstruck large-format porcelain tile flooring in ‘Juno.’ Lanz ‘North Sea’ high-gloss gray cabinets are accented with Silestone ‘Miami White’ quartz countertops for a fresh finish. 

The design center offers a variety of stylish upgrades — think hardwood flooring, premium carpet, closet organizing systems, custom window treatments, glass bathtub enclosures, and top-of-the-line washers and dryers. Financing options are also available to eligible buyers.

Residents of The Linden will enjoy a coveted selection of onsite amenities, including a designer-decorated lobby, lushly landscaped courtyard, community clubhouse, bike parking, bike repair station and adjacent EV bike charging outlet, and an indoor/outdoor sky lounge. The building boasts a Butterfly MX smart video touchscreen entry system with Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone integration, as well as optional EV parking stalls. 

The Linden is located in the heart of downtown South San Francisco, near the corner of Grand and Linden Avenue. Residents will benefit from easy access to Highway 101 and the new and improved Caltrain Station, featuring a pedestrian and bike underpass from the platform to Grand Avenue (projected completion fall 2020). The neighborhood touts diverse eateries, fitness studios, specialty shops and a weekly farmers’ market. Plus, the beloved, 30-acre Sign Hill Park is only minutes away. 

Join the priority interest list today to stay informed about the launch of pre-sales in October. 

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