Constructions Begins on 400 Grove in SF’s Hayes Valley
DDG and DM Development have announced the groundbreaking of the 34-unit, 400 Grove in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood. The building will be the development team’s second of three that are planned for Hayes Valley.
By Joshua Ayers, Senior Editor
San Francisco—DDG and DM Development have announced the groundbreaking of the 34-unit, 400 Grove in San Francisco’s Hayes Valley neighborhood. The building will be the development team’s second of three that are planned for Hayes Valley.
400 Grove, located at the corner of Grove and Gough Streets, was designed by award-winner Fougeron Architecture.
“Hayes Valley is already one of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods thanks to its human scale and eclectic mix of businesses,” says Mark McDonald, co-founder of DM Development. “400 Grove extends that intimacy and energy northward, further fulfilling the city’s vision for the Market-Octavia area.”
The community will feature angled windows that allow for resident views of the lively Hayes Valley neighborhood and the hillsides of surrounding neighborhoods. 400 Grove’s entire studio, one- and two-bedroom residences will open to a landscaped central common area and social space that can be shared by residents.”
“The culture of Hayes Valley reflects San Francisco’s rich history and exciting future,” says Joe McMillan, Chairman and CEO of DDG. “400 Grove’s contemporary yet familiar design beautifully unifies these influences.”
400 Grove, which is expected to open in late 2014, will follow on the heels of DDG and DM Development’s 47-unit 8 Octavia, which is designed by Stanley Saitowitz │ Natoma Architects and is expected to open in the summer of 2014. The partnership’s third residence in the Hayes Valley is the 41-unit 450 Hayes, which has a targeted completion of 2015.