Mid-Market Condos in San Francisco Now Selling

San Francisco, Level Four Advisors, Market Street, Gizmo Art Production, Encore Capital Management, Levy Design Partners, Chris Ford Landscape Architecture

First For-Sale Condo Product in Revitalized Mid-Market

San Francisco – November 16, 2017 – Level Four Advisors, a full-service real estate marketing and sales firm, announced today it is now selling Stage 1075, a new, 90-unit condo building at 1075 Market Street. The building is the first for-sale condo product in San Francisco’s newly revitalized Mid-Market neighborhood.

Two model homes are ready for viewing in this eight story modern building featuring studios, one- and two-bedroom homes ranging in size from approximately 400 to 1,100 square feet. Prices start from the mid-$500,000s for a studio, the mid-$600,000s for a one-bedroom, and the low $1 million range for a two-bedroom home. Projected completion is February 2018.

“We’re honored to represent Stage 1075 and contribute to the revitalization of Mid-Market,” said Michelle Antic, principal of Level Four Advisors. “Stage 1075 is designed with urban pioneers in mind, offering the opportunity to own a modern home in a dynamic neighborhood with a rich history. Its central location makes it ideal to live, work and play,” Antic said.

The building is centrally located in a bustling area of Market Street in close proximity to numerous employers, restaurants, theaters, museums, and shopping. Stage 1075 boasts high marks with a walk score of 99, bike score of 99 and transit score of 100.

Stage 1075 derives its name from its history, first as a vaudeville theater called Grauman’s Imperial Theater in 1912, and later as Premiere Theater in 1929, and United Artists Theater in 1931. In 1972, it became Market Street Cinema, a colorful dancing venue, until it closed in 2013.

Stage 1075 honors the history of the building with a restored original stained glass window, which will be incorporated into the lobby design. The modern façade of the building displays a large-scale public art piece designed by San Francisco-based blacksmith artist Daniel Hopper. The art consists of forged hollow steel rings with bright round lights to symbolize theater marquee lights, as a nod to the building’s history. Gizmo Art Production Inc. assisted with the fabrication and installed the piece, which runs vertical from the fourth to the eighth floor.

“We’ve just launched sales and have already sold a number of homes, which are perfect for a variety of buyers, from first time buyers who are tired of paying exorbitant rents, to those seeking a pied-à-terre,” added Antic.

Amenities include a lobby attendant, a virtual doorman, Luxer One package lockers, rooftop deck with BBQ, lounge seating and fire pits featuring beautiful city views, dog run and dog washing station, landscaped courtyard, ground floor retail space, bike storage and maintenance. The building also offers underground parking.

Stage 1075 was developed by Encore Capital Management and designed by architect Levy Design Partners with the landscape designed by Chris Ford Landscape Architecture.

About Level Four Advisors
Founded in 2015, Level Four Advisors is a premier provider of analysis, advisory services, marketing and sales to resort and urban real estate developers and their investors. Over the course of their careers, the firm’s principals have generated more than $4 billion combined in sales throughout the western United States. For more information, please visit www.level4advisors.com.

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