The 32-unit development with a 98 Walk Score that fronts Hayes, Grove and Linden in the heart of Hayes Valley & its adjacent cultural playground is now officially known as LindenHayes. Floor plans and other details are online now.
The five-story building will feature one-, two-, and three-bedroom unit configurations with air conditioning and an elevator. Sternberg Benjamin Architects designed the project (they’re also behind developments like 3949 Sacramento, 798 Stanyan and Beulah and The Coliseum on Clement) and the look will be crisp, Euro-contemporary.
Finishes are high end, including cabinets by Studio Becker; Bertazoni ranges; Fisher Paykel refrigerators, and Brazilian hardwood floors. Residences will also be pre-wired for computer/entertainment needs.
Grove Cafe will be the commercial tenant, and I’m expecting that presence to really tie in the neighborhood. Locationwise, you’re in walking distance of pretty much everything, including public transportation, restaurants and the Opera, Symphony, and Asian Art Museum.
Pricing is still to be set, but occupancy is expected by February 2010. Agent-accompanied, hard hat tours are available now for serious buyers—give me a call and I’ll get you in anytime between 9:00-4:00PM, M-F.