Several new condominium developments under construction in San Francisco are slated for 2014 to provide added relief to the city’s inventory crunch. This new wave of building is distinguished by its smaller size, with a dozen of the 15 projects having fewer than 100 units, and are dispersed in a variety of neighborhoods that accommodate new needs of residents, according to Alan Mark, founder and president of The Mark Company, an urban residential marketing and sales firm.

“Pre-crisis, developers were focused on bigger projects of 200 units or more, specifically clustered South of Market and East of 5th. But then, like in most cities, nothing had been built in San Francisco after 2007-08,”....

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