Santa Fe Partners Projects
310 Townsend, a former commercial building, is being converted into “45 one and two bedroom residences.” While One South Park, at one time a tobacco warehouse, is being transformed into a collection of 35 residences with “retail and/or a restaurant on the ground floor.” A tipster provides a great overview of both conversions:

310 Townsend (fka Santa Fe Place), while not a spectacular location directly facing CalTrain station, is nonetheless quite nice. There was some indication that it was fully reserved but actually there are units still available. Like [One South Park], it’s a slightly different concept from many of the other projects: condos, not lofts, in a renovated building. Finishes are highish-end: Studio Becker, Kohler, gas ranges, etc. Pricing is around $750/sf.
[One South Park] looks very promising. A very nice location on 2nd street, touching SouthPark on one corner. Like 310 Townsend, they will be condo’s, not lofts, but with many of the original building’s attributes (concrete walls, arced windows, etc.). Highish-end finishes (Studio Becker, Grohe, gas ranges). The penthouses will be extraordinary: 2 level townhouses with great views and great decks. 4 3BRs will dot the corners. General pricing around $900/sf (penthouses more).

Both developments by Santa Fe Partners (the group behind the five new units in the Glassworks).
310 Townsend [Santa Fe Partners]
One South Park [Santa Fe Partners]
The Glassworks (207 King Street) [SocketSite]

One thought on “310 Townsend, One South Park, And A Tipster”
  1. I’m just curious why all of a sudden every new building is using studio becker cabinets? WTF? I never heard of it 3 months ago and now every single building has it! Strange.

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