May 22, 2015
Trumark Urban has broken ground on two San Francisco condo buildings at a combined price of $100 million. The developer’s goal is to build $1 billion of assets in both San Francisco and Los Angeles over the next few years, and it has the goal of construction more than 700 new condos in San Francisco.
The two latest projects are the 91-unit Knox, in the Dogpatch neighborhood, and the 70-unit Rowan in the Inner Mission. The buildings are set for completion in the fall of next year, and sales of the condos will begin next spring.
Trademark is currently building 76 new condos in the former University of the Pacific Dugoni School of Dentistry and recently completed 27 condos in Cow Hollow.