One reader wonders about the demolition and development at the corner of 10th and Market, a few other readers nail the answer, and now SFcondo.org shares some renderings of the Heller Manus designed Crescent Heights development.
In summary, the development will consist of “four buildings and four retail spaces. The largest will be 35 stories on the market street side and the other three will be 9, 18, and 19 stories.” In total, “approximately 719 dwelling units, approximately 19,000 square feet of commercial space, and a garage with up to 668 parking spaces. The…north tower will be 35 stories and approximately 352 feet high, and the…south tower will be 19 stories and approximately 220 feet high.”
And according to J.K. Dineen, “The project will be more affordable than the Metropolitan, the Rincon Hill development Crescent Heights built three years ago. [Crescent Heights Vice President] Della Salla said he hoped the project would appeal to workers from the nearby City Hall and federal building, as well as current Hayes Valley renters across Market Street. Many of the units will be in the $500,000 to $600,000 range and some under $400,000.”
∙ Readers’ Questions: What’s Happening Here? [SocketSite]
∙ Renderings Of 10th And Market [SFcondo.org]
∙ Crescent Heights to start big Mid-Market project [SF Business Times]