The Hayes Floor Plans
And speaking of Intracorp, The Hayes has launched a new website since we first alerted you to New Condos Starting In The $400,000s. (And yes, the new site is complete with the requisite floor plan porn, their own inside scoop, and a nice little neighborhood map.)
The Hayes [55 Page Street]
The Arterra: “Clean Design, Pure Living” At 300 Berry Street [SocketSite]
New Condos Starting In The $400,000s? [SocketSite]

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Comments from “Plugged-In” Readers

  1. Posted by Anthonysf

    The Hayes is offering “leased parking” and not deeded parking and in their disclosure documents they require “ventless dryers”.

  2. Posted by anonymous

    Does anyone know pricing on these units? I wonder how they are selling.

  3. Posted by anonymous

    the condos seem to be going for about 750-850 per square ft for the 1 and 2 bedrooms on the lower and mid floors. The larger prime ones are upwards of 1.2mil Parking is not included and must be leased. I think that’s way too much for hayes valley. I don’t care how “chic” it is. If I’m putting down that much money, I want parking.

  4. Posted by annon

    Electric ranges?! You’ve gotta be kidding! Does anyone know what the downsides of ventless dryers are? I’d rather have my neighbors clothes lines obscuring my view than the intractable smell of burned polyester. I was hopeful for The Hayes, but I’m not liking what I’m seeing so far.

  5. Posted by Anonymous

    Not all ventless dryers are bad, champ. Just have to get a good one — heard of Bosch??
    [Editor’s Note: If you’re looking for some additional reader insight into ventless dryers, try doing a SocketSite search on “ventless” or simply skim through these reader comments.]

  6. Posted by A Hayes Renter

    FYI – Something needs to be done about the noise around the building on the Rose Street side. If you don’t mind hearing all the garbage trucks emptying the restaurant’s trash bins at 4:30am in the morning, or the loud noise from the wine bar customers who use the alleyway for a patio until 3am. Also, the glass recycler, who loads his pickup truck between 11pm and 1am with the empty wine bottles with a thunderous clashing of breaking glass, or the homeless pushing shopping carts down the alleyways. Not to mention the usual other noises from the nearby businesses, and their inconsiderate staff who thinking nothing of playing the car stereo and blasting the neighborhood with marchi music.

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