SAN FRANCISCO, CA, August 20, 2021 – JS Sullivan Development is pleased to unveil its latest collaboration with Creative Director Alan Tse, Maison a SOMA.

Maison a SOMA is a bold statement of design, a uniquely crafted building ideally positioned for visionary living. A connective, enviable location, you’ll find the best of San Francisco’s SOMA culture with a vibrant scene of eateries, cafes, galleries, and nightspots within close range.


Visionary living begins with flexible design. Offering a decisive range of one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations, and a limited edition of 2-level garden townhomes, the intelligently crafted residences of Maison a SOMA make home a place where full range activities are easily integrated.

“Maison a SOMA is a true reflection of today’s lifestyle — bold, progressive, flexible,” says Creative Director Alan Tse, named a Design Vanguard in 2017 by Architectural Record Magazine. “The building advances JS Sullivan’s commitment to transcend functional construction with innovative design. The concept of the project is deeply rooted in aesthetics, efficiency, and lifestyle, and it shows in every detail.”

Building upon these ideas, Maison a SOMA’s primary facade is expressed as a deep-set architectural framework of generous floor-to-ceiling windows carved into faceted metallic panels. “The façade sets the tone for the building and evokes a progressive connection to SOMA’s industrial history,” says Tse, the creative mind behind the project design.

The secondary garden-façade facing Langton Street is defined by its historic masonry shell. Supported by an assertive steel framework, the exterior walls of the original structure are preserved, serving as a backdrop for a unique, contemporary private garden space to the rear of the building.

Maison a SOMA comprises six levels, each with its own unique perspective. Units engage a range of views, from the cosmopolitan: Salesforce Tower and the bold skyline of the surrounding Financial District to the East, to the romantic: the hills of Buena Vista, Duboce Triangle, and Corona Heights to the West, to the urban: the bright blue skies and unique architectural mix of SOMA as viewed through a generous South-facing 25’x25’ light court.


In every unit, a refined palette of rich materials and modern aesthetics invites residents to make their own distinctive mark on the space. A state-of-the-art, open plan kitchen featuring custom cabinetry and expansive countertops are complemented by engineered hardwood floors, designer ceramic tiles, and energy-efficient architectural lighting throughout to complete the backdrop for your unique expression of city living.

The onsite Sales Office will launch in October for the development’s condominium homes. For more information about Maison a SOMA, visit JS Sullivan is a real estate development and construction firm focused on modern, urban-infill projects.

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