Open House Obsession: Chic New Condos in the Historic Mission Dolores Neighborhood
Where: 200 Dolores Street, Mission Dolores
When: Saturday and Sunday, July 20 and 21 from 2:00PM to 4:00PM
What: Replacing a c.1903 church that burned down in the '90s and incorporating the ruined (but salvageable) parsonage next door, these thirteen new condominiums on the corner of Dolores Street and 15th Street are just being completed. While the exterior is bland at best, the interiors shine– spare but handsome, with high ceilings and crisp details. Watch this this video walk-through with Sotheby's agent Anne Herrera.
Below, the open kitchen in the most expensive unit, a $2.1M two-level 3-bed, 3.5-bath in the renovated parsonage. While most of the units are priced between $1.1M and $1.6M– around $1K per square foot– the high level of detailing and finishes are the same throughout the project, with wide plank hardwood floors, radiant heat, gas fireplaces and Anne Sacks tile.
From its corner bay window, a look at the open-plan living space in Unit No. 9. Priced at $1.4M, the three-level condo has interior stairs up to a private, deeded roof deck and down to the bedrooms:
Three other units have private rooftop spaces overlooking 15th Street, all thirteen have elevator access to the garage, plus there's a shared central courtyard. The view from Unit No. 9's private rooftop deck:
More: Have a look at the property's dedicated site, which includes floor plans. Interiors by designer Rusty Wadatz Design. We love the quiet location– on an historic street lined with palm trees, a few minutes walk to the Metro station and not far from Mid-Market's tech offices. Plus a Whole Foods is soon to open two blocks away.