Prime San Francisco Real Estate
6-UNIT MULTI IN NOE VALLEY
Officially known as the SOMA MLS District, this area is better described as West Soma. Bounded by Market, the 101 & 80 freeways, and almost 5th St, the personality has changed since Twitter moved in. Some very large residential developments under construction. The character of this gritty urban area is transitioning up.
SEA CLIFF PENTHOUSE w/VIEWS
Elegant penthouse condominium in classic Beaux Arts building has expansive ocean and bridge views. Located just inside the Sea Cliff Gate, the six-unit building was constructed in 1922, and the full-floor apartment flat has not come to market in 25 years. Nestled between Baker Beach and China Beach, and north of El Camino Del Mar, the home is located in the best part of one of San Francisco’s premier neighborhoods. www.SeaCliffCondo.com
Not having it’s own MLS District, Rincon Hill is the elevated portion of South Beach. Unofficially bounded by Folsom, 1st, the 80 freeway, and Fremont St, Rincon Hill boasts the city’s tallest residential buildings perched on the city’s highest elevations. ORH, the city’s tallest building is already here, it will be joined shortly by three other 40-story giants.
Infinity is a premier community with two tall towers at 301 Main & 338 Spear, and two 8-story tree-top buildings at 333 Main & 318 Spear. Built by Tishman Speyer in 2008, the 655-condominium complex has a great ‘almost’ waterfront location; close to the headquarters of Salesforce, The Gap, Bechtel, and a 1000-person Google sales Office. The Federal Reserve Bank is also close.
In sunny South Beach, the triangle below the Bay Bridge includes some great larger (200+ units) condominium complexes, including The Brannan, 200 Brannan, The Watermark, 88 King, Portside II, 200 Brannan, The Watermark, 88 King, Portside II, and a few really well done loft buildings. Less busy than Upper South Beach, Lower South Beach has less density and is closer to freeway access. AT&T Ballpark is an accepted neighbor here.
The Financial District has several 35+ unit buildings, some having views from forty stories up. If corporate is not your style, you don’t belong here. Since San Franciso adheres to east coast market hours, this area may be quiet early evening and during the weekends. The area close to Union Square is the exception and provides a vibrant (albeit touristy) ambiance.