Each residence has a balcony and specific units have solar shades as well.
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Sol Lux Alpha

Sol Lux Alpha

685 Florida St

Forward thinking and dreams for the future are what have allowed humanity to come as far as it has over the course of history. Every day, there are individuals who dedicate themselves to thinking of new, innovative ways in which life can be made easier, work can become more efficient, and the environment can be better protected. Sol Lux Alpha is a four-residence condominium that is both forward thinking and environmentally conscious. Each unit has three Tesla powerwalls that store 2-3 days of energy and are recharged daily. The project is Passive House Certified, which indicates that it is fully energy modeled to reduce thermal energy requirements. Other amenities included in addition to the EV charging stations are a balcony, roof deck, wine fridge, and a washer and dryer. 

In the interior of the residences, one finds that the design of the home is as high quality as the design of the energy model. It is breathable and spacious in design, with white oak flooring that makes the residence feel light and airy. Just some of the features included in the home interiors are built-in speakers, LED recessed lighting, ring doorbells, nest thermostats, and automated Lutron solar shades in select rooms. In arrangement and composition, Sol Lux Alpha is immaculate. It has both designer trim and baseboards as well as European “Tilt and Turn” windows that boast an elegant and contemporary model. 

Looking next to the kitchen and bathrooms, they tell the story of cleanliness, modernism, and luxury. The kitchen is centered around a waterfall island and covered by Calacatta marble countertops. Its high efficiency appliances and state-of-the-art wine fridge pair marvelously with its custom grain-matched walnut cabinetry. When it comes to the lavatories, each unit has two: a master and a second. These bathrooms have porcelain field tiles, oversized curb-less showers with rain showerheads, and custom grain-matched walnut vanities that all come together to provide a luxurious and relaxing atmosphere. 

Details & Fees

  • Built in 2018
  • Developers: Off The Grid Design
  • 4 Units / 5 Floors

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San Francisco’s first Passive House apartment complex produces so much energy it powers its own Microgrid

Neighborhood

Mission District, named after one of the oldest buildings in San Mission District, named after one of the oldest buildings in San Francisco, Mission Dolores Basilica, is a wonderful district filled with culture and liveliness. With clubs and lounges featuring live music, a plethora of delicious dining options ranging from Mexican to Thai to Californian, the Mission is a colorful area that is as diverse and full of life as the millions who make San Francisco their home.

Mission District is considered the 15th most walkable neighborhood in San Francisco, with a Walk Score of 99. It has a Transit score of 86 and a Bike Score of 97. Crime rates are 67% higher in the area than the San Francisco average. Its Livability Score is 62 out of 100, which could be considered below average. Cost of living is equal to the San Francisco average and real estate prices are only 1% higher than the average.

The district is energetic in nature and vivid in appearance, as seen through the many street art attractions discoverable throughout the area such as Clarion Alley, the Intersectionality Mural, and the El Capitan Murals. Mission District is a fantastic place to have fun, eat delicious food, and see beautiful culture, music, and art.