Construction has wrapped up on Prism, a 13-story apartment building at 1028 Market Street in Mid-Market, San Francisco. The project has added 185 new homes to the city’s market, with interiors by IwamotoScott Architecture. The Olympic Residential Group and Tidewater Capital are responsible for the development.
The project was first filed in early 2014, with approval received in 2017. Demolition and construction started in 2019, and the structure topped out in 2021. The project crane was dismantled last summer, with completion achieved earlier this year.
Unit sizes vary with studios, one-bedrooms, two-bedrooms, and three-bedrooms all on the market. Prices range with the cheapest monthly rent starting around $2,100 per month for a studio, with the most expensive three-bedroom units renting for between $5,860 to $6,900 per month. The ground level includes around 5,000 square feet for retail.
Solomon Cordwell Buenz is the project architect, with interior architecture by the IwamotoScott Architecture and interior design by Parisa O’Connell. RHAA is the project landscape architect, responsible for the rooftop deck and rear yard.
The joint venture between Olympic Residential Group and Tidewater Capital with help from J.P. Morgan Global Alternatives. Residents have begun moving in.