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  • Address:
    1000 Union Street, San Francisco, CA, 94133
  • Neighborhood:
    Russian Hill,
    San Francisco
  • Sq. Ft.
    24,535
    Sq. Ft.
  • Info:
    Parking: 3
  • Price:
    $16,500,000
    $673 / Sq. Ft.

Property Description

Meticulously maintained, thirty (30) unit, Edwardian-style, apt bldg occupying the northwest corner of Union St and Jones St, in the heart of prestigious Russian Hill. Unit mix 16 studio/1bath; 13 one bedroom/1bath, and an owner's 2-bedroom/2.25 bath penthouse apt. Owner's apartment has outstanding views from every room and comes with a private deck. 3 parking spaces in the bldg (owner controlled). The apts are well designed, efficiently planned and benefit from an abundance of natural light, due to its corner location. Large community deck, a gated bike storage area and laundry facilities. Compliant with the fire alarm frequency ordinance and has been seismically upgraded in adherence with the SF soft-story ordinance. Rare opportunity for an owner/user or investor to purchase a Trophy'' asset, excellent accessory dwelling unit (ADU) potential and income upside through unit turnover.

Price Insights

Estimate $16,500,000
Price per Square Foot $673 / Sq. ft.

Home Facts

Interior Area (Sq. Ft.) 24,535
Bedrooms
Bathrooms 0
Year Built 1913
View City, City Lights, Bay, Water, Bridges
Parking 3
Status active
Days on Market 20
MLS (active) 421590940
Property Type 5 or More Unit

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  • * Listing Courtesy of: Colliers International
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