49 & Market Street

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This multi-million dollar project was developed by San Francisco Bay area developer 49 & Market. The project provides state-of-the-art infrastructure for the growing workforce. The development will add to the already existing public housing and add to the city’s overall population increase. San Francisco is one of the most rapidly growing cities in the United States, with over 1 million people moving to the area every year. San Francisco’s affordable real estate market makes it an attractive place for young families and homebuyers to move in.

Why Need 49 & Market Street

The project is located on a large parcel of land on the eastern border of the Ferry building on Market Street, between the Embarcadero and the SOMA Pier. The original mixed-use buildings along the Embarcadero have been renovated to be an elegant public library, conference center, restaurant, and childcare facility. The new project includes two skylights and a three-story skywalk with escalators. The project offers exceptional views of the San Francisco skyline. It will offer San Francisco’s residents a first-class location to live, work, and play. The project has been designed to incorporate some of the most innovative technology available including world-class water views, environmentally-friendly architecture, state-of-the-art heating and cooling, and a spectacular view of the city and bay.

The project also includes cutting-edge technology that will allow residents to get connected right away to police, fire, and emergency medical services. Another remarkable element of the development is its commitment to making the waterfront experience as environmentally friendly as possible. Several environmental initiatives have been implemented throughout the project. These include building a green roof, an artificial pier to support environmentally sustainable projects, re-sodding the soil, and planting trees. In addition to its many unique features, the project will feature award-winning architecture and design, the finest technology, and the most sustainable design features.

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