SAN FRANCISCO (August 12, 2019) – The Landing, an urban full-service village with the largest offering of amenities in San Francisco, welcomes its first residents. The Landing is a mid-rise community built into the landscape of Potrero Hill at the corner of 22nd and Texas Street and is one of San Francisco’s longest buildings, capping out at over 600 feet.
With its very own café, reception, the social elevated experience offers a wide selection of locally crafted and sourced specialties featuring some of the brightest culinary and beverage artists committed to sustainable practices in California. The Landing features regularly hosted Social Hours, highlighting creatives who are masters of various mediums – sharing works of art that can both be seen and heard.
With a deep connection to one of San Francisco’s original neighborhoods, The Landing is committed to providing Dogpatch and Potrero pedestrians easy access to Potrero Hill Recreation Center, by building community steps spanning 181 steps total and connecting Texas Street and Missouri Street. The Landing is curating a custom mural along the steps, designed by 1amsf, to be painted to reflect the unique location to serve as an integral piece of the Potrero and Dogpatch neighborhoods.
The Landing offers residents a private, half-acre rooftop park along with an array of lavish amenities that add up to an elevated personal refuge. This includes 24-hour functional training gym with weekly instructed fitness classes, co-working space and a private coding room, and an interactive gaming and theatre lounge. Additional on-site services encompass fee-based daily housekeeping, personal training, dry cleaning, dog walking, pet grooming and more.
As an exclusive perk, The Landing has additionally partnered with Airbnb to allow residents the opportunity to rent their home out up to 90 days per year through the building’s own native app.
The Landing is now accepting tours for immediate occupancy and has nearly leased up its first phase of deliveries.