Trumark Urban Sells Out The Knox In San Francisco
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Trumark Urban has sold out its condo complex in Dogpatch. The Knox, a 91-unit condo complex, hit the market 10 months ago. The developer also has sold 90% of its residencies at The Pacific, which launched sales in summer 2016 and has sold out its project in The Mission District, Rowan.
The Pacific has 76 units in Pacific Heights. It broke a price record earlier this year at $3,921/SF. Rowan is a 70-unit complex in the Mission District and offers a rooftop deck.
The Knox, which is at the corner of 22nd and Mississippi streets, is made up of one-, two- and three-bedroom units. The project was designed by BDE Architecture while landscaping was designed by Miller Co.
Community amenities include a butterfly habitat, a fitness center, a community lounge, a green roof and a central courtyard with barbecues, fire pits, a water feature, on-site car and motorcycle parking, personal storage, designated car-share spaces and bike storage with a bike repair shop. Polaris Pacific was in charge of marketing and sales at The Knox.