Situated between Hayes Valley and Cathedral Hill, Konrad on the Park—a new mid-rise, 95-unit residence—"is an exciting and unique development inspired by the topography of the neighborhood, the incredible views of the city, and the greenery of Jefferson Park," says Glenn Rescalvo, principal at Handel Architects.
Residents here will have easy access to hundreds of restaurants, shops, and nightlife just minutes away in NoPa, Hayes Valley, Japantown, Polk Gulch, and beyond.
Custom European walnut cabinetry and Bosch appliances are among the luxurious kitchen amenities at the Konrad.(Courtesy of Konrad on the Park)
The intimate, boutique apartment building was meticulously designed by Handel Architects, the firm behind the coveted Four Seasons Residences and The Pacific; and the eight-story building is now leasing, with a full suite of bespoke amenities and services.
The homes at the Konrad all have generous floor plans with pristine, condominium-quality finishes. The interiors will feature Scandinavian-inspired minimalist design with generous floor-to-ceiling windows to shine light upon clean surfaces, custom European walnut cabinetry, and graceful hardwood floors throughout. Expect matte black fixtures in the kitchens and bathrooms, Bosch appliances, custom tiled backsplashes, marble bathroom floors and countertops, and blackout bedroom shades.
A curated environment from lobby to home, Konrad on the Park offers services focused on meeting the everyday needs of its residents, made even more accessible through its user-friendly resident app. This includes on-site services such as cold storage, package delivery, pet grooming and walking, housekeeping, car-sharing, dry-cleaning services, and access to a 24-hour high-performance fitness center.
Tuck in at the Konrad, where generous windows let in ample morning light.(Courtesy of Konrad on the Park)
Residents will also enjoy the convenience of four nearby parks, Lafayette Park Tennis Courts, and cultural gems including the San Francisco Opera, Ballet, and Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. The recent $26 million renovation to Margaret Hayward Park (directly adjacent to the property) has also officially opened, offering basketball, soccer, baseball fields, and a children's center with indoor recreation space, and more.
Whether indulging in the surrounding green space or taking in panoramic views of City Hall from the 6,000-square-foot rooftop terrace—complete with a central fire pit, barbecue, and dining area—life at Konrad on the Park evokes the culture and charm of SF's north side.
// Receive up to 12 weeks free rent by contacting the leasing office, 415.992.6936; 950 Gough St. (NoPa), rentkonrad.com.