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Bound by San Francisco’s Distinguished Neighborhoods.

Chorus luxury apartments mark a culmination within San Francisco’s evolution, providing a central point to access to all of Hayes Valley, the Mission, Castro, and SoMa.

Aerial view of neighborhoods with skyscrapers in the background.
Corner of building with neon signs.
Black and white abstract view of skyscrapers.
Black and white abstract view of skyscrapers.

With new apartment residences anchoring the neighborhood, the region is now home to local shops, cafes, and celebrated restaurants.

Front desk of coffee shop with customers standing.
Front view of Market Street Cycles with cyclist biking past.
Racks of clothing in a shop.
Racks of clothing in a shop.
Red scooter parked on the curb.
Red scooter parked on the curb.
Colorful houses on a city street.

At the doorstep of the most dynamic areas in the city, the SoMa apartment residences are a retreat amidst the neighborhood bustle.

Three palm trees in front of a blue sky.
Three palm trees in front of a blue sky.
SF Jazz banner on a light pole in front of a brick building.
Door painted with rainbow stripes.
Door painted with rainbow stripes.

Home to San Francisco’s Performing Arts District.

Once a vibrant community, the area draws on a history of arts and culture. With the addition of a performing arts theater, Chorus apartment building is the heart of San Francisco’s developing performing arts district.

Adjacent to Chorus Hall is a multi-use plaza designed by architect Frida Escobedo. Devised for public activation, it provides a performance space, fountain, and directional wayfare for the bustling intersection.

plaza designed by architect Frida Escobedo
Orange street car with large city building in the background.

Steps away from
muni station.

Chorus apartments in SoMa near the Mission district are close to the MUNI station, giving residents easy access to all of San Francisco and beyond, from Silicon Valley to the East bay.

1 – Apartments


Living and event space.

2 – Dining, Drinks, Coffee

Zuni Café

Bustling, bi-level bistro serving famous roast chicken & other seasonal wood-fired eats.

3 – Dining, Drinks, Coffee

Rich Table

Californian fare from local ingredients, served in a salvaged-barn-wood space with an open kitchen.

4 – Dining, Drinks, Coffee

Nakama Sushi

A petite destination that serves sushi, sashimi & Japanese bites in simple, woodsy surrounds.

5 – Dining, Drinks, Coffee

Taqueria Cazadores

Stationary taco truck with creative fillings like BBQ pork & seafood, plus some picnic tables.

6 – Dining, Drinks, Coffee

Blue Bottle Coffee

Specialty coffee roaster.

7 – Dining, Drinks, Coffee

Standard Deviant Brewing

House-brewed beer, food-truck fare & pinball in a low-key setting with an indoor beer garden vibe.

8 – Dining, Drinks, Coffee

Mercury Café

Airy daytime spot with an arty vibe serving fair-trade coffee, organic light food & baked goods.

9 – Parks & Culture

SF Jazz

All-ages music venue.

10 – Parks & Culture

Immersive Van Gogh

Experience Van Gogh’s art.

11 – Parks & Culture

Mazzola Gardens

Coming soon!

12 – Shopping/Market

The Market

Local market with focus on community.

13 – Shopping/Market


Hand-sewn products made in SF.

14 – Shopping/Market

Market Street Cycles

Small space selling bicycles, gear & accessories, plus full-service tune-ups & repairs.

15 – Transportation

Van Ness Muni Station

Light rail station.

16 – Transportation

F Line Streetcar Station

Historic streetcar line.



Living and event space.

Aerial view of San Francisco with bay during a sunset