Construction Update! The Serif

Serif, a chic, urban condo residence has been making much construction progress!

Located in Mid- Market, 950 Market Street, San Francisco, this 12 story new construction is working to create a space that is more than just your home, but also your lifestyle combining theater, art, retail, dining, and nightlife in a up and coming dynamic area in the city.

Here are a few updates:

  • Mockups of the interior finishes and fixtures are in progress including countertops, cabinetry, some appliances, bathroom tile, shower enclosures, plumbing fixtures, and door hardware.
  • Cabinets are being installed in homes on the 3rd floor.
  • The final construction hoist will be removed and exterior paneling completed in February. 
  • The framing of the lobby has begun and the Market St. entry structural steel is installed.
  • The structural steel of the rooftop solarium is in place and undergoing fireproofing and painting.

Come Spring, the sales gallery will be ready to view and explore.

Head over to the property website to learn so much more about the personal residences available, building including amenities, exclusive features, and so much more about this new chic story building in San Francisco.

*information sourced from website and email updates

New Waterfront Development Coming to Pier 70

A major new development broke ground in May at Pier 70 with plans to rehabilitate several historic buildings and create thousands of new homes. This is an exciting project that brings to life an area of the waterfront that has been underutilized. Plans include commercial and residential development of the 35-acre site, and will bring new public waterfront parks, spaces for artists and plenty of new housing to the city’s east side. The project is said to cost $2 billion with the Port of San Francisco working in partnership with a private developer, Forest City, known for their innovative approach to building community. Forest City is the developer responsible for such adaptive reuse projects like the award winning Presidio Landmark and the 5M Project which will be transforming the iconic Chronicle Building.