99 Rausch

San Francisco, CA
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Located at the corner of Rausch and Folsom, the complex’s six stories along Folsom Street are defined by large windows and brick material, reminiscent of several brick buildings in the area, while on Rausch a four-story rhythm of smaller scaled units adds contextually to the charming nature of the neighborhood. At the ground level a clearly defined base of neighborhood-serving retail, landscaping and trees enhance the pedestrian experience, lowering the façade’s scale and integrating the development into the surrounding neighborhood.

Inside, 99 Rausch brings 112 chic, vintage-meets-modern-design condominiums to South of Market. Units offer open floor plans with spacious living areas, ultra-modern kitchens and state of the art appliances. Expansive windows create a sense of openness, maximizing views of the city and providing natural southern light. Building amenities include a rooftop terrace, landscaped garden, gym, lounge, dog washing station, and more - fostering community within the building, and providing a variety of opportunities for residents to meet and socialize.

The design of this GreenPoint Rated project reduces energy usage and improves on CA Energy code requirements by 12%, incorporating healthy building materials, fly ash concrete and a rain-screen wall system. With a walk score of 92, Transit Score of 100, and Bike Score of 98, 99 Rausch’s South of Market location is the perfect balance of sanctuary and sophistication, providing easy access to major employment centers (including a variety of major tech companies), art galleries, grocery stores, and restaurants. Combining below-grade parking, 104 bicycle spaces in the ground floor lobby and nearby access to Caltrain, the complex offers easy access to both the local neighborhood and beyond.