776 Tehama 17

776 Tehama/1277 Howard is now open. Decent views from the upper floors, and relatively spacious, but we’re not so sure about that “luxury” moniker. Overall, we weren’t terribly impressed, but then again we’re probably too damn picky.
One interesting note: as far as we know, the first residential new development to employ car lifts in the garage.
∙ 1277 Howard #1 (1/1) – $519,000
∙ 1277 Howard #2 (1/1) – $499,000
∙ 1277 Howard #3 (2/2) – $749,000
∙ 1277 Howard #4 (2/2) – $769,000
∙ 1277 Howard #5 (2/2) – $789,000
∙ 776 Tehama #6 (1/1) – $519,000
∙ 776 Tehama #7 (1/1) – $549,000
∙ 776 Tehama #8 (2/2) – BMR (“SOLD”)
∙ 776 Tehama #9 (1/1) – BMR (“SOLD”)
∙ 776 Tehama #10 (1/1) – $559,000
∙ 776 Tehama #11 (2/2) – $739,000
∙ 776 Tehama #12 (1/1) – $529,000
∙ 776 Tehama #13 (1/1) – $569,000
∙ 776 Tehama #14 (2/2) – $759,000
∙ 776 Tehama #15 (1/1) – $549,000
∙ 776 Tehama #16 (1/1) – $579,000
∙ 776 Tehama #17 (2/2) – $775,000

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by Binkomonster

    So, curious to understand the quibble on the term ‘luxury’. We went to check out the units yesterday (as we live in another building done by Richie and Ammon/and are very happy with it)… overall impression = nice! Only complaint is space (2bd 2bth feels a bit small). But courtyard is a nice touch, floors/finishes/layout/bathrooms…. all well done. And the price points aren’t outrageous.

  2. Posted by SocketSite

    Blinkomonster,
    It’s tough; ‘luxury’ is so damn subjective.
    As you observed, the design and finishes on these units are ‘well done’ or ‘nice’, but not Wolf/Viking ranges, Sub-Zero refrigerators, walk-in showers, and full marble baths ‘luxury’ nice. More like ‘good value’ nice.
    Perhaps that’s why we quibble. It’s just a matter of setting expectations. And opinion.

  3. Posted by Anonymous

    We saw this building on sunday and were very impressed. Maybe not “four seasons luxury” but way better than the usual SOMA fare. Really great lobby with nice courtyard and a good mix of floorplans. Well finished overall and well worth a look. Cath.

  4. Posted by Anonymous

    I was in this building today and was very impressed. Good mix of units and very well finished I thought. Much better value than 1635 California and some other buildings out there with a better feel overall.

  5. Posted by Joe Moore

    Most units have good natural light provided by a large interior court and open street space at two sides — several feature L-shaped plans that give strong diagonal sight lines and seem larger than stated square footages.
    Appropriate use of materials and clean detailing put the project squarely in the category of excellent value.
    Joe Moore

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