The $25 million project already has a yoga studio, wellness center and hair salon on the ground floor of the former typewriter factory adjacent to Gateway Harbor Park after five years of planning and development.
Apartments on the upper floors range from about 1,000 square feet starting at $1,500 per month to others about twice that size.
All of the building’s apartments are designed double as a space to live and work, which is becoming increasingly popular in larger cities like New York.
Kissling also noted that the building includes a roof-top garden and 70 indoor parking spots.
"I expect it to be fully rented," he said. "People go in there and take a look and say, 'where do we sign.'"