Making a bold neighborhood experience is the work of many hands
- Real Estate & Hospitality
After a 10 year hiatus, Related Companies was returning to the Bay Area to make a mark on San Francisco’s urban landscape with a new luxury high-rise, The Avery.
Related is known as the standard of excellence in real estate development, and in typical fashion they had the foresight to plant a flag in the East Cut—a burgeoning neighborhood that had resisted definition and a residential lifestyle for decades, and just now has begun attracting the next generation of San Francisco’s bold new tastemakers. We have several San Francisco natives in our office. We knew exactly how to build a compelling, relatable, and luxury lifestyle brand that would bring The Avery to life as the heart of the new downtown. But we also knew bringing in partners at the right time would make the execution of such a brand stand out even more.
We partnered with award-winning creative studio Territory and film company Even/Odd to execute on an elaborate brand video that captured the insights of the visionaries behind The Avery—Clodagh from Clodagh Design, a leading interior design agency, and Shohei and Jason of OMA, world renowned architects. We also had one of our favorite printers, Kingsbury Press out of London, to deliver elevated keepsakes to all The Avery’s prospective buyers.
The Avery’s sales gallery looked the part with help from our friends at Territory Studio, who brought the most iconic branded element (the geodrop) to life, animating it to move like the dynamic people of our city.
The Avery stands tall in the heart of the new downtown. A dependable, highly-talented partner network helped get it there.