301 Bryant @ Delancey
Quick Facts about 301 Bryant
- Year Built: 1998
- Number of homes: 39
- Parking Type: Independent in shared garage
- Home Sizes: One- and two-bedroom homes
- Pets: Allowed, restrictions based on number
- Amenities: Two lobbies, one on Bryant Street and one on Delancey Street
Developer: Equity Community Builders, which created a separate entity, Rincon Point Development Company, to develop the site
Architect: Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects & TannerHecht Architects (formerly Tanner Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects, now two separate firms)
An 8,000-square-foot vacant lot with a bridge on-ramp on one side might not seem a particularly desirable place to build a new condominium project. In the 1990s the San Francisco Redevelopment Agency deemed the site at 301 Bryant to be of limited value, but the developer who won the right to develop the the project was not deterred. Despite the difficult size and topography of the parcel, Tanner Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects (now two firms: TannerHecht Architects and Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects) designed an 11-story, 39-unit building with two lobbies on two streets, separated by four levels. They also included a new public staircase connecting Delancey Street (at the bottom) with Bryant Street) at the top.
Many of the homes at 301 Bryant provide views of the Bay Bridge and San Francisco Bay. Ranging in size from one to two bedrooms, the 39 condos in the building were finished with maple floors and a choice of carpets when constructed in 1998. Each home comes with independent parking for one car in a shared garage. Some homes have decks and floor-to-ceiling windows.
Residents of 301 Bryant enjoy proximity to AT&T Park, home of the San Francisco Giants, as well as the Embarcadero, South Beach, and the Bay Bridge. Dog lovers in the building are a short walk away from the Rincon Hill Dog Park, at the corner of Beale and Bryant, which opened in early 2012.