Trumark Urban announced on Monday the sellout of Rowan, a 70-residence, mixed-use residential building in San Francisco’s Mission District.

This news comes on the heels of Trumark Urban announcing a rapid sellout at Knox, its project in San Francisco’s Dogpatch neighborhood just last week. Sales for Rowan launched in October 2016, led by West Coast condominium sales and marketing firm Polaris Pacific.

“The Mission is one of the most exciting, vibrant and desirable neighborhoods in the City,” said Arden Hearing, Managing Director of Trumark Urban. “Rowan was extremely well-received from the start and we are thrilled to celebrate this momentous milestone with a sellout in such a short amount of time which speaks to the urgent need for additional residential housing in San Francisco.”

The nine-story building is comprised of one- to three-bedroom residences ranging from approximately 656 to 1,300 square feet. Designed by Handel Architects, Rowan embodies a bold aesthetic, featuring an external, cast-in-place concrete structure in a diagonal grid showcasing a striking design in keeping with the neighborhood’s historic “art” of industrial construction.

In-residence amenities include high-speed fiber-connections as well as Nest Learning Thermostats, along with Domus & Domus Italian cabinetry, hardwood flooring in living and kitchen areas, and appliances by Bertazzoni and Bosch. Every residence features a column-free interior due to the unique zig-zag exterior structure. A landscaped Zen Garden on the second floor allows space for reflection and reconnection with a sculptural water feature and wood decking. The landscaped roof terrace offers a vibrant approximately 3,200-square-foot communal space with gas barbecues, vertical gardens, ample lounge seating and stunning views of the downtown skyline and Twin Peaks. There is also ample bike storage, bike repair space, and parking is available in the fully-automated garage.

“Rowan marks our second Trumark Urban project to reach a sellout this year and we have two other high-profile projects in our portfolio – The Pacific in San Francisco and TEN50 in Los Angeles – that have each reached over 90 percent sold,” said Gregg Nelson,  Co-founder and Principal of Trumark Companies. “It’s been a very encouraging few months for our team and we are grateful to everyone  involved in the entire Trumark Urban portfolio.”