HQ Opens This Spring in SoMa Offering 136 Units

Rents start in the low $2,000s and top out in the high $4,000s with units ranging from 357 to 1,188 square feet
HQ Opens This Spring in West Soma Offering 136 Units
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Residental community HQ will soon start leasing its 136 apartments across its three, seven-story buildings in the SoMa neighborhood, according to an announcement Tuesday.

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Floor plans include studio, one-, two-, and two-bedroom plus den options ranging from 357 to 1,188 square feet with interiors featuring floor-to-ceiling windows. Rents range from the low $2,000s to the high $4,000s.

“Our extensive urban amenities have the building feeling like a ‘base camp’ for residents,” Scott Eschelman, managing director of BUILD, the project’s developer, said in the announcement. “These include bicycle parking, on-site car sharing, and a Hello Alfred digital concierge which extends to services like community interfacing, a growing list of social events, and package retrieval. The building also strives to be a leader in sustainability through energy/water conservation and 100% eco-friendly cleaning supplies. It’s exciting to know that with a variety of home sizes, coupled with competitively priced rental rates from the low $2,000s to the high $4,000s, the building offers a place to call home for renters at all stages of life.”

HQ’s major common areas, such as the rooftop deck and fitness center, are Wi-Fi-enabled with gigabyte high-speed internet connectivity available onsite through ISPs AT&T Fiber, Monkeybrains, and Xfinity.

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak is the Founder of What Now Media Group, Inc. Check out our publications in your city: Atlanta, Denver, Las Vegas., Los Angeles, Orlando, Phoenix, San Diego, and San Francisco.
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