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Creators of 8 Octavia, 400 Grove and 450 Hayes, DM Development collaborates with visionary architects and interior designers to create remarkable new homes that push the boundaries of design. Their projects offer distinctive living experiences for the most discriminating tastes, combining luxury and style with progressive sustainable features. With each project, they aspire to enrich and enliven communities by enhancing the built environment in a way that is sensitive and responsive to its surroundings.
THE MARK COMPANY
The Mark Company is one of the nation’s premier urban residential marketing and sales firms. Founded by Alan Mark, The Mark Company is headquartered in San Francisco and provides a full range of core consulting services, including analytics, design, marketing and sales for urban high-rises and suburban attached properties throughout the western United States.
EDMONDS + LEE
Edmonds + Lee is an award-winning San Francisco-based design firm specializing in contemporary, modern architecture for commercial, institutional and residential commissions, as well as furniture and interior design.
Since 1988, BDE Architecture has specialized in the design of projects distinguished by complexity, challenging site locations and demanding aesthetic goals. From high-rise multifamily residences, to hotels and retail spaces, they give form to their clients’ vision by balancing artistic inspiration with technical knowledge. Their reputation and award-winning projects exemplify this commitment.
Lauren Geremia is the founder and principal designer of Geremia Design. She has been acclaimed by Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30” and Architectural Digest’s “Ones to Watch.” Lauren leads her team from ideation to completion while maintaining her long-formed relationships with artists, galleries and vendors.
Travis Jensen is a San Francisco / Los Angeles based photographer. While his personal work focuses on candid street scenes, street portraits and urban landscapes, he makes a living as a commercial, branding, lifestyle and editorial photographer.
Jensen has published several photography books to-date, with all proceeds after printing costs going to help at-risk youth in San Francisco’s Tenderloin community, a neighborhood where Jensen once called home. His new book, “Barbary Coast Now,” a collection of photos made on the streets of San Francisco over the course of nearly ten years, is scheduled for release in late 2017.