Luxury is in the details
Level 10 builds market-rate, upscale residential and mixed-use projects for a range of clients and development partners. Our teams collaborate with project owners, architects and subcontractors to deliver highly-desirable homes within top-performing buildings that are livable, durable and attractive.
These projects invariably require fast schedules, exact budgets and strict quality objectives. They often also feature multiple funding sources, mandatory subcontractor and local hiring goals, and lengthy permitting and approval processes. We’re adept at navigating all of these potential challenges so housing gets built on budget and is ready to welcome occupants for move-in on schedule.
[Stanford University's Florence Moore Hall Renovation] was a tight 12-week summer project. We worked with Level 10 Construction, which used the Lean construction method and ordered five-month, long-lead items ahead of time for just-in-time delivery on the job site.Byron Wong, Architect, DES Architects + Engineers
- Apartment Structures
- Condominium Buildings
- Amenities Buildings or Elements
- Above-Grade and Below-Grade Parking Facilities
- Mixed-Use Structures
- Richman Group Development Corp.
- Stanford University
- Jay Paul Company
News & Press
- Articles October 2, 2019
San Francisco’s 181 Fremont Combines Stability and SustainabilitySource: Metropolis Magazine
- In The News August 23, 2018
NIST Report Offers Steps to Keep Buildings Operational After Natural DisastersSource: AZoBuild
- Articles August 9, 2018
$15 million penthouse sale in 181 Fremont breaks condo price record in San FranciscoSource: San Francisco Business Times
Featured Projects (Housing & Mixed-Use)
Jay Paul Company181 Fremont San Francisco, CA
New 683,868-sq.-ft. tower is the safest on the West Coast.
Stanford UniversityFlorence Moore Hall Renovation Stanford, CA
11-week renovation of full-service kitchen, seven dormitory wings and courtyards.
The Richman Group Development Corp.K1 330 13th Street San Diego, CA
New 23-story mixed-use high-rise in downtown San Diego.