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Marlow delivered award-winning modern design in the heart of restaurants, nightlife, shopping and culture at the juncture of three of San Francisco’s most desirable neighborhoods – Nob Hill, Russian Hill and Pacific Heights. The development featured 98 one-bed, two-bed and 3-bed homes in 4 and 8-story buildings arranged around Marlow Park which featured a grill, fire pits and a bocce ball court.
Purchased with existing entitlements, Oyster Development reentiteld and reenvisioned the project as more dense with better urban planning and a contextual modern design. Marlow’s unique multi-layered façade relates both to nearby buildings in the Van Ness Avenue historic as well as to the scale of its immediate neighbors.
Recipient of a 2015 AIA Merit Award, Marlow was completed in February 2014 and was sold-out in August 2014.themarlow.com ›
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Purchased with existing entitlements, Oyster Development reentiteld and reenvisioned Marlow as more dense with better urban planning and a contextual modern design.