Live above it all – including the fog – at one of the highest residences in all of San Francisco.
Address: 425 1st. St. #6001
City: San Francisco
Square Feet: 1,639 per tax
Sweeping views of the Bay Bridge, Alcatraz, the hills of Napa and city landmarks like the Ferry Building, and AT&T Park, await at this breathtaking East & South facing Penthouse.
One Rincon is a fully service and amenity building with a concierge, gym, pool, valet parking and access to the exclusive private Uncle Harry’s. Located in the The East Cut, a neighborhood that is surging as it begins to retake its historical place of prominence. The Transbay Terminal and elevated park, several new condo and apartment buildings with ground floor retail, and the future development of temporary bus terminal into a park, shops and housing are just a few of the changes making this neighborhood more alive and desirable by the day.
ABOUT THE NEIGHBORHOOD
One Rincon is on Rincon Hill in The East Cut, which is currently undergoing an amazing transformation. Several new commercial and residential buildings have brought more people to this once sleepy part of town. The vacant lots have come alive and new business are opening. Furthermore when the Transbay Terminal is finished and the Temporary Bus Terminal is redeveloped One Rincon will be steps from one of San Francisco’s newest attraction being the Transbay terminal park. Also, you will be Two blocks from SF’s transit center and the temporary bus terminal will become a park, shops, and residential buildings. This will make the neighborhood more sought after, valuable and alive. And the East Cut now even has its very own Philz Coffee!
Here is a LINK to the website for the transbay terminal with a video and picture of the project which is slated to open this August.
Lastly, Leo Villareal’s art installation on the Bay Bridge lights is not only visible for the surrounding neighborhood but also from the condo.
Here are a few additional articles about the East Cut and changes/ development in the neighborhood:
SF’s Fastest-Growing Neighborhood—That You’ve Never Heard Of | The Bold Atlantic
Building a neighborhood: Transbay amenities will enliven area | SF Business Times
Neighborhood on the rise | SF Chronicle