San Francisco Real Estate Blog


The Washington | 1840 Washington

Built in 2012, The Washington is home to 26 residences at 1840 Washington St. in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Home sizes at 1840 Washington include one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include a roof terrace with BBQ.   Developer: WorldCo  | Architect: Charles F. Blozies AIA/de Quesada Architects,…

LuXe | 1650 Broadway

“A Prestigious Address” – Britton Built in 2015, LuXe is home to 34 residences at 1650 Broadway in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Home sizes at LuXe begin around 816 square feet and range up to about 1,965 square feet. Homes are available in one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom layouts. The building…

2465 Van Ness

Construction is underway on 41 residences at 2465 Van Ness Ave. @ Union in the Cow Hollow/Marina neighborhood of San Francisco. The location of this development could not be more amazing as it sits several blocks from the northern waterfront at the intersection of the Marina, Cow Hollow, Russian Hill, and Pacific Heights.…

The Pacific | 2121 Webster

“You’d Never Believe How it Began…”  –  Matt Completed in 2016, The Pacific is home to 76 residences at 2121 Webster Street in the Pacific Heights neighborhood of San Francisco. Home sizes start at about 950 square feet for a one-bedroom home and increase to Penthouse homes that approach 4,000 square feet. Homes…

The Amero | 1501 Filbert St.

“Understated Elegance”  –  Britton Completed in 2015, the Amero is home to 27 residences at 1501 Filbert St. in the Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco. The Amero is known for amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge.   Home sizes range from about 1,000 square feet to about 2,500 square feet.…

1598 Bay

Completed in 2018, 1598 Bay offers 91 residences in the heart of the Marina neighborhood. Home sizes begin at about 600 square feet with the largest homes around 1,600 square feet. Homes are available in one-, two-, and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities of note include underground parking, bike parking, landscaped…

Cow Hollow

Once a dairy farm. Now it’s where global day-traders and future financiers in training come to rest their spreadsheet-weary eyes at night. Home to Union Street shops and restaurants, as well as classic north end style, served in slightly smaller sizes than the estates of Pacific Heights.

Marina

Where Biff met Buffy and they rented their first apartment so they could jog to Crossfit together. Marina Green, yacht clubs, Ft. Mason, and front-row views from the Golden Gate Bridge to Alcatraz and the East Bay. This is as north as San Francisco goes.

Pacific Heights

The grand estates of San Francisco. Commanding views. Lavishly large lots. Neighbors that you could name drop, but that’s not your style. Pacific Heights says it all, without saying a word.

Presidio Heights

Where palatial estates actually are palatial estates. Le Petit Trianon, to name just one. Notable homes by notable San Francisco architects like Bernard Maybeck, Ernest Coxhead, Julia Morgan, William F. Knowles, and Willis Polk. Walk north to the Presidio  & Golden Gate National Recreation Area. Shop a few blocks south in Laurel Village. Life is […]