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Sean Sullivan reports on his recent walkthrough of the new condominium development at 300 Ivy in Hayes Valley, San Francisco, which is designed by architect David Baker and Partners. Construction began in Spring of 2012, and pre-construction sales are expected to begin in Feburary-March of 2013.
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 17, 2013
Sean Sullivan San Francisco real estate new construction expert, visited and walked through almost all of the floor plans of the 300 Ivy condominium development, designed by architect David Baker and Partners. He is impressed by the well-designed layouts and the sense of volume. The crew is finishing up the framing of the 5 townhouses fronting Ivy Street and has started work on the roofs. In the main building, all the concrete work is done as is most of the framing for the third floor. We've had a chance to walk through almost all of the floor plans and are really excited by the well-designed layouts and the sense of volume. Fourth floor walls will be set next, keeping us on track for completion this fall. The Unit mix will include: 23 1 Bedroom, 34 2 Bedrooms and 5 3 Bedroom Bi-level townhomes. Sales are scheduled to be launched this Spring.
According to SFGate, the success of Hayes Valley's current commercial district ultimately benefited from the removal of the Central Freeway which was destroyed by the 1989 earthquake. Shortly after the the freeway was dismantled, commerce began moving into the area, which helped change the community for the better. Hayes Valley retains a sense of community and a universal appeal, making it an inviting destination for tourists and residents alike for a unique shopping and dining experience from the higher-end Absinthe, to the family and budget friendly Flipper’s.
The new development at 300 Ivy is from architect David Baker and Partners. The project will have 62 units consisting of market rate residential townhomes and flats plus retail at street level. The homes will surround a shared-space courtyard, with decks and terraces. The project will also be very “green” with photo-voltaic solar-thermal-panel roof, a living roof community garden and will encourage use of public transportation with one automobile space for every two units. The building will have 23 1-bedroom units, 34 2-bedroom units, and 5 3-bedroom bi-level units. Construction began in the Spring of 2012, and pre-construction sales are likely to start in February or March of 2013. Pricing has not been released.
Sean Sullivan, Senior Sales Leader at Climb Real Estate comments that “New construction in Hayes Valley is rare and I've seen a broad spectrum of buyer profiles interested in this building.” More prospects also work in the city or neighborhood and are attracted to being able to live in a true neighborhood and be able to walk or take a short transit ride to work. That scenario is the considered the ultimate luxury for these buyers. Sullivan says, “I have 2 people ready to jump on 300 Ivy and both currently own in the neighborhood and are looking to trade up to larger homes that will accommodate the next phase of their lives. They intend to couple up, start families and stay in the city.”
About Sean Sullivan San Francisco Real Estate Agent
Sean Sullivan, real estate agent and senior sales leader at broker Climb Real Estate Group, is known for his expertise in the complex San Francisco market, including new construction, where he got his start in 2000. He has seen several different selling cycles and their outcomes, which helps him refine how he assists different types of clients.
Sean Sullivan, Senior Sales Leader
Climb Real Estate Group
San Francisco, CA
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