While Arterra starts to strip, according to a plugged-in tipster The Hayes has started closing (“as of yesterday”) and “[a] grand opening (with the sales office on site) is scheduled for Wednesday, March 26.” Let’s not forget those invitations to the housewarming(s).
Arterra (300 Berry) Selectively Starts To Shed Its Bovis Blue Wrapper [SocketSite]
The Hayes (55 Page) Strips Off (And Reveals) A Little Bit More [SocketSite]

5 thoughts on “While Arterra Starts To Strip, The Hayes Starts To Close (And Open)”
  1. As a fan of bay-area architecture, and architecture in general,I think its cool that they built on a former “brown field” and that the building will probably end up as SF first high-rise condo building to earn LEED certification. Thanks for the updates.

  2. I’m moving in next week! I like it (much better now, with the exterior paint/stone completed)…while it’s not mind-blowing architecture, it fits very well with the neighborhood (which I think is a key issue in the development process, especially in this neighborhood). For those that would say it’s not part of Hayes Valley, as long as the neighborhood association considers it a part of their ‘hood, I’m good 🙂

  3. We got our keys yesterday. Was told we were the first to close (two units closed yesterday). really excited to start moving stuff in. Building still has a long way to go…(walked around the building…lots of unfinished condos).

  4. Congrats, Jonathan! I’m really excited too – can’t wait to see what/who moves into the retail downstairs…

  5. Congrats Jonathan and Moving Soon. Enjoy your beautiful new homes!
    I move in to 55 Page in April. My inspection walkthrough was last week – some very minor flaws, but no big deal issues. Everything was completed and ready for my review in my unit. I love the lobby – it feels like you are entering a Four Seasons hotel. The roof deck is huge, but will probably get kind of windy.
    I asked about the downstairs restauranteurs in my walkthrough but no one had any detail. I’m sure they will be more great SF foodie stops and I like all the windows out on to Gough.

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