38 Dolores St./ 2001 Market Street
San Francisco, California  
Planned Mixed-Use Retail and Residential Development
Mission Dolores, San Francisco

Winner- 2014 PCBC Grand Award for Residential Project of the Year
Winner- 2014
PCBC Grand Award for Best Multifamily Housing Project over 60+ du/acre 
Finalist- 2014 SF Business Times Real Estate Deals of the Year

Located at the prominent corner of Market and Dolores Streets, 38 Dolores transforms the site of a vacated auto showroom into a sustainable, 8-story, high-density retail and residential destination at the confluence of San Francisco’s most vibrant neighborhoods. The project features a 30,000 square foot Whole Foods Market along with 81 luxury rental condos and associated parking. 

Spanning a city block, the iconic flatiron building respectfully breaks down its scale along each of the three adjacent streets and reflects the unique personality of each street frontage.

Building materials are elegant, and reflect the texture and warmth of the adjacent historic neighborhoods: brick, horizontal bevel siding, cement plaster, cast stone, and ceramic panels.

LEED Gold and SITES certified, 38 Dolores incorporates single loaded open-air circulation providing fully passive ventilation and enhanced day-lighting. Other sustainable initiatives include a green roof, rainwater filtration and re-use, an on-site community garden, public car share and e-vehicle charging.

Providing quality housing, community serving retail and a new “urban parklet ” to serve San Francisco’s diverse market, 38 Dolores was dubbed “all of the city’s planning goals made manifest on one street corner ” by San Francisco Magazine, providing a catalyst in the revitalization of the neighborhood.

38 Dolores was awarded 2014 Residential Project of the Year and Best Multifamily Housing Project over 60 units per acre at the Pacific Coast Builder’s Conference Gold Nugget Awards. Judges commended the the development for being at the forefront of San Francisco’s new round of housing. 

“While the cityscape is dotted with cranes, San Francisco can barely keep up with the increased demand for convenient, dynamic urban housing. This project starts to fill the bill,” judges said. “The dense and efficient housing replaces a disused auto showroom and brings life to the corner.” 

Rounding out the list of honors for 38 Dolores, the San Francisco Business Times named the project among its finalists for the coveted Bay Area Real Estate Deals of the Year.

For residential rental information, please visit www.38DoloresSF.com