Buildings pay homage to the past.
After a slow summer in San Francisco, the fall has started with condo inventory down a bit, too. But according to a recent report from Paragon Real Estate there’s likely to be an increase in luxury resale apartments and houses coming to the market in the coming months.
And for both new and resale condos, buyers can expect to pay top dollar. As Paragon reported this month, the three-month rolling median sales price for a condo in the city was $1.16 million for condos, with the average price per square foot value $1,056, as of Sept. 1.
The crop of new developments hitting the market this fall found certain architectural design elements from former buildings that stood on the land to conserve. At 815 Tennessee, the developers maintained an original brick façade as a departure from the more common sight of an all-glass exterior. Meanwhile, stained-glass windows give Stage 1075 a unique look that sets it apart from neighboring developments. While the two developments are modern and full of the amenities that discerning city dwellers have come to expect, there still exists nods to the city’s heritage.
Here is a look at some of the developments to look for in the upcoming months.