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801 Brannan & 1 Henry Adams

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801 Brannan &
One Henry Adams Street

San Francisco, CA
1.2M SQF
Mixed Use

The proposed project is comprised of three components: (1) a residential development with ground floor retail located within two new buildings to be constructed on a portion of the parcel located at 801 Brannan Street, between 7th and 8th Streets (the ("801 Brannan Development"), (2) a residential development with ground floor retail located within two new buildings to be constructed at Henry Adams Street, and (3) a below market residential development located in a new building to be constructed on the easternmost portion of the 801 Brannan Street parcel (the "BMR Parcel").

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Total development would include five six-story, 68-foot-tall residential buildings with ground floor retail (two buildings in the 801 Brannan development, two buildings at One Henry Adams and one building on the BMR Parcel). They would total approximately 1,149,134 square feet and include up to approximately 819 dwelling units, 50,087 square feet of retail space, and 798 parking spaces. There would be 455 one-bedroom units, 315 two-bedroom units, 20 three-bedroom units, and 29 loft units.

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Yerba Buena Lofts

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Yerba Buena Lofts

San Francisco, CA
X,000 SQF
Residential

Bay West purchased this unique, vacant, 33,000 SF warehouse building as failed a condominium conversion. Bay West processed both a change in use and entitlement for an additional 27,000 SF of office space. Initially purchased to suit a local tenant on a long-term lease, the property was purchased outright by another user who valued its unique nature and the value of the entitlements.

One South Park Condos

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One South Park Condos

San Francisco, CA
X,000 SQF
Residential

Prior to joining Bay West, Mr. Murphy was responsible for the development of 35 condominium units at One South Park in San Francisco. This 50,000sf asset was the last developable parcels which is located on San Francisco’s first urban park – South Park. One South Park is a historic tobacco warehouse that was renovated into 35 high-end residential units along with ground floor retail and restaurant on the first floor. This project set condominium sales records which was due in large part to the projects superior location and luxury design finishes.

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St. Regis Hotel

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St. Regis Hotel

San Francisco, CA
X,000 SQF
Residential

The San Francisco St. Regis Residences & Hotel is a landmark architectural bravura – a stunning tapestry of chamfered corner planes and multi-hued textures cloaking a crystalline tower. An architectural masterpiece that reflects a magnificent mode of living.

Mr. Murphy was instrumental in the planning, design process on behalf of S.O.M for this mixed use 102 residential project and full service St. Regis luxury hotel in San Francisco.

Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP (S.O.M) the architects behind San Francisco Bank of America headquarters as well as Chicago’s Hancock Tower, have created a new landmark residential project as unique as its faceted design.

3rd Street Lofts

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3rd Street Lofts

San Francisco, CA
X,000 SQF
Residential

This residential loft style project was developed on Third Street, located on San Francisco’s Central Waterfront adjacent to Potrero Hill. The project consists of 38-units with 1 parking space per unit.

Mr. Murphy was instrumental in the planning, design and entitlement, development of this unique project on behalf of Stanley Saitowitz.

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The Beacon

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The Beacon
Commercial Office Condominiums

San Francisco, CA
X,000 SQF
Residential

290 King Street in Mission Bay’s was the first office condominium project in the area. Mr. Murphy converted 29,000sf of vacant office space into five separate office condominiums which were sold to individual buyers. The project is located one block from the SF Giants AT&T Ballpark and is directly above the urban Safeway which is located inside the larger mixed use project known as The Beacon.

This overall project consists of 595 apartment units above 85,000sf of premium retail. A gourmet Safeway, (formerly) Borders Books, Starbucks, and other retailers create an oasis of luxury and convenience. Mr. Murphy was also integral to the design on behalf of S.O.M Architects for this 1.2M square-foot urban mixed-use residential project in San Francisco.

Musto Plaza

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Musto Plaza

San Francisco, CA
33,000 sqf
Office

Bay West purchased this unique, vacant, 33,000 SF warehouse building as failed a condominium conversion. Bay West processed both a change in use and entitlement for an additional 27,000 SF of office space. Initially purchased to suit a local tenant on a long-term lease, the property was purchased outright by another user who valued its unique nature and the value of the entitlements.

East Main Street

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East Main Street

Los Gatos, CA
33,000 SQF
Mixed Use

Bay West purchased this irreplaceable, mixed-use asset which was under performing and under managed. Successfully executed a full scale interior and exterior renovation and executed a re-tenanting plan resulting in increasing retail occupancy from 40% to 100% and achieving full occupancy of the apartment units with rents 50% higher than those in-place at acquisition.

South Road

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East Main Street

Belmont, CA
X,000 SQF
Mixed Use

BWRC purchased this pre-foreclosure property, restructured the existing debt with lender and provided capital to fund major rehabilitation to bring an abandoned apartment complex to Class-A standards.
Exterior renovation completed within 90 days of close of escrow and property opened for lease 120 days after close.

Whisman Apartments

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Whisman Apartments

Mountain View, CA
X,000 SQF
Mixed Use

Bay West purchased a defaulted loan from a large national lender, negotiated a deed-in-lieu with the borrower and took title to the property consisting of 64 abandoned apartments.

The development process included design review, approvals and permits with the City to rebuild the existing apartments to Class A standards.

Recognizing a lack of supply for new luxury apartments in the area Bay West executed a full-scale redevelopment including all new interiors, exteriors, roofing, siding and a magnificent common area. The first units were brought on line ahead of schedule in August 2010 and the property reached stabilized operations in January 2011.