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April 17, 2015
Units in the north tower of Bosa Development's Insignia complex in the Denny Triangle hit the market about a month ago, and already more than 100 have been pre-sold.
The complex at 2301 Sixth Ave. has two 41-story towers with a total of 707 condo units.
Bemi Jauhal, Bosa's director of marketing and sales, said prices for the north tower units start in the $500,000s.
Bosa began marketing the south tower in September 2013, and more than 70 percent of the units have been pre-sold. Jauhal said some units priced in the $600,000s still are available; the rest are priced above $700,000.
The south tower is set to open this summer, and the north tower will open next summer.
Perkins & Co. Architecture and Urban Design designed Insignia. Bosa is the contractor and Mitchell Freedland is doing the interiors. The Mark Co. of San Francisco is the broker.
The south tower will have a top-floor deck and lounge; a terrace with outdoor grilling area and fireplaces; a fitness atrium with a yoga and Pilates studio; and a screening room with a bar. An outdoor area will be available for washing and grooming dogs, and there will be electric car-charging stations, a car-wash bay and bike storage with work space.
The north tower will have an indoor lap pool and spa, steam room and sauna.