Haight Building


The Haight project was the complete redevelopment of an abandoned 1908, seven-story, concrete frame, terracotta-clad office building. The street level maintains 4,250 SF of retail space, while the upper six floors were converted to 42 one-bedroom apartments. Twenty percent of the residential units are subsidized and the remaining are moderate income apartments. All units feature ten-foot ceilings, full kitchens and large windows with downtown views. Key project values include: returning an abandoned structure to the life of the city, providing new, moderately priced housing within the downtown core and contributing to the revitalization of the Pine Street corridor. Of special note, the newly constructed lobby serves as the entrance to the 42 residential units. The lobby is designed to showcase elaborately carved oak panels, salvaged from a demolished building and refinished to blend with the new construction. 

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