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Wood Burning Fireplaces
SF's #1 rate gym...Fitness SF (Fee Applies)
BBQ/Picnic Areas and tranquil waterfalls
Gated.Controlled Access Parking available
Patio or Balcony
Short Term Lease
Walk In Closets
Washer Dryer In Unit
From the Bay Bridge, take Highway 1. Take the Ninth Street / Civic Center Exit. At the base of the exit is a stop light. You will drive through the light (veering left) on Harrison Street (follow the signs that say Civic Center/ Fell Street/ Golden gate Bridge). Make a right on 9th Street and cross Market Street. Make a left on Hayes Street (you will see a large Post Office to your left). Follow Hayes Street past Van Ness Blvd and the San Francisco Symphony Hall. Make a right on Fillmore Street. You will begin to see the property once you reach Turk Street. Pass Eddy Street and you will reach our Public Parking Entrance on Ellis Alley on the left.
At the heart of the renaissance in the Civic Center and Mid-Market neighborhoods of downtown San Francisco, Hayes Valley is a cultural haven for artisan boutiques, beer gardens, pop-up restaurants, local coffee shops, design studios, organic bakeries, food trucks, art galleries and small bookstores.
Music City SF is a unique network of services for musicians, that are designed to foster creativity and create support within the community while paying homage to San Francisco's rich musical history.
Located in the heart of San Francisco, Music CIty SF already houses musicians through its affordable living quarters and gives musicians access to hourly rehearsal studios. Construction is now underway for music education services, a live performance space, café and bar, music history museum and more.
Rudy Colombini's dream to honor the musical history of The City while offering a space to unite and educate musicians of the present and future is coming alive at Music City San Francisco.
Welcome to San Francisco Towers. World-class living, with a heart. It’s true, our city steals many a heart. But our residents say it’s their neighbors who make it so special. Convivial, sophisticated people who appreciate the elegant, and engaging lifestyle that city life offers—just as you do.
For more information or to schedule a personal visit, please call Cynthia Sirkin, Director of Sales and Marketing, at 415.447.5527.
Ava is a living space where people who crave the energy of a neighborhood, social engagement and self expression can be at home in their lives. We’re driven with the sights, sounds, smells and feel of the neighborhood – turned on by the city, alive by the people.
Oh yeah, and we’ve got some pretty sick apartments too. Live like you want with new flooring, chalkboard paint and sleek countertops. There’s a fit to be found at the awesome new fitness center. The podium level deck is stocked with furniture, grills, a dog-run area – and what’s life without WIFI?! All situated right in the heart of your life, day and night.
Argenta is prominently located in the heart of San Francisco's Civic Center district. Argenta offers renters modern apartment living. Located in the cultural heart of the city, it is within two blocks of City Hall, UN Plaza, Symphony Hall, the Opera House and City Auditorium.
San Francisco's integrated transport network is steps away from each doorstep. This architecturally significant new development consists of three parking levels, ground floor retail / commercial space and 179 high quality apartments over 20 levels.
With a mix of one and two bedroom dwellings, Argenta provides an exciting new addition to downtown San Francisco.
Rob & Danny's Cathedral Hill Tower PenthouseDistance: 0.1 miCompetitive Analysis Penthouse 24 E San Francisco San Francisco, CA 94109
San Francisco is the nation’s epicenter for high technology, great food and eco-friendly living. Like a brand new Tesla zipping through town or a nearby farmer’s market serving locally sourced meats, the lifestyle in the city is both stylish and environmentally conscious. Drawing from this core belief is Etta Apartments, an ultra-modern, LEED Gold-certified community of apartments in San Francisco’s Lower Nob Hill. Constructed from locally sourced, recycled materials, these studio, one, two and three bedroom apartments feature radiant European-style kitchens, sweeping panoramic views and easy access to the best foodie finds in all of the Bay Area.
Open the doors to your new home and revel in the floor-to-ceiling windows that give front row seats to San Francisco’s beautiful skyline. The European-style kitchens feature custom cabinetry with under-mount lighting, stainless steel Energy Star-rated appliances and sleek white tile backsplashes behind the electric ranges. Enjoy your Sunday brunch while you dine at your own kitchen island finished in polished quartz. In addition to bike storage and garage parking, residents can indulge in a barbecue dinner on the rooftop garden, tone up in the fitness studio or host a business meeting in the conference room. When you get hungry or need to pick up groceries, you can access everything you need within a few minutes of your front door.
Experience living at the nexus of San Francisco’s most authentic neighborhoods – Hayes Valley, The Mission, Lower Haight, the Castro and SoMa.
Venn on Market is a new, thoughtfully designed apartment community in the heart of San Francisco where eating local, playing local and even working local means simply walking a few blocks in any direction.
Walk Score 98, Transit Score 100, Bike Score 89
McAllister Tower Apartments is a 28-story, 94m residential apartment skyscraper at 100 McAllister Street in San Francisco, California. The property is owned and operated by the University of California, Hastings College of the Law. The tower includes mixed-use offices on various floors, and the Art Deco-styled "Sky Room" with a panoramic view on the 24th floor.Conceived as an unusual combination of a large church surmounted by a hotel, construction of the building brought architectural dispute. Initially designed by Timothy L. Pflueger in the style of Gothic Revival, the investors fired his firm and hired Lewis P. Hobart, who changed little of Pflueger's design. In a resulting lawsuit, Pflueger won nearly half the damages he asked for. The building opened in 1930 as the William Taylor Hotel and Temple Methodist Episcopal Church. However, extra construction expenses had put the congregation at greater financial risk, and the church-hotel concept did not prove popular. No profit was made in six years, and the church left, losing their investment. In the late 1930s the building housed the Empire Hotel, known for its Sky Room lounge, then from World War II to the 1970s, 100 McAllister served as U.S. government offices.Reopening as university housing and offices in 1981, McAllister Tower is home to some 300 law students and their families. "The Tower" is sited one block from the administrative and scholastic center of Hastings College of the Law, and is the most prominent building in the district.
We are a franchise dealership representing Bentley, Lamborghini and Pagani serving the San Francisco Bay Area. We are part of the Qvale Auto Group and have represented some of the finest auto brands in the world for over 60 years.
Our Certified Nurse's Aides, companions and in home care assistants help seniors with a wide range of activities, as well as assistance with personal hygiene and bathing to meal preparation, running errands, providing escorts to doctor's appointments, encouragement with prescribed and recommended exercises, light housekeeping and general companionship. We also have aides who are experienced with non-ambulatory care patients, such as patients with advanced Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Dementia, and hospice care needs.