288 Pacific

288 Pacific is home to 33 residences with a seventh-floor rooftop terrace in the Financial District/Barbary Coast neighborhood. The building was completed in 2018.

Home sizes at 288 Pacific begin at about 400 square feet for a studio, with the largest homes measuring around 2,600 square feet. Homes are available in studio, one-, and two-bedroom layouts. Building amenities of note include an attended lobby and a seventh-floor roof terrace with a fire pit, outdoor kitchen, wet bar, and dining area.


Developer: Grosvenor | Builder: Swinerton | Architect: Handel Architects


Prior to Development

Under Construction

Architectural Rendering


MLS Listed Homes in the building

$13,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 510008
FULLY FURNISHED w/large terrace in San Francisco's brick and timber neighborhood, Jackson Square. Situated on the edge of Financial District, Embarcadero and just beneath Telegraph Hill. This Grosvenor development completed 1.5 years ago is one of the finest there is....
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More About 288 Pacific

Located along the historic Barbary Coast of San Francisco, the building shape preserves one of the city’s oldest bars, the Old Ship Saloon. How historic is the area? Excavation for the building also revealed jettisoned ships from the Gold Rush and other artifacts. But while the location may be historic, it’s also a 9-5 area that quiets down quickly on weekends and evenings, unlike some other city neighborhoods that have a more active night-time vibe.


Number of Homes


Construction Schedule
Completed in 2018.


Every home has parking, the garage dose use mechanical stackers and have electric vehicle charging stations.


Amenities and Original Finishes
Homes feature 11′ ceilings, the building has two roof terraces, including the seventh-floor terrace with fire pit, outdoor kitchen, wet bar, and dining table for outdoor entertaining, as well as a beautifully appointed and attended lobby.


Below Market Rate Homes


Other Buildings to Consider

733 Front is right around the corner, but you may also want to think about 1598 Bay, new construction in the Marina neighborhood. 1868 Van Ness in Nob Hill or The Pacific in Pacific Heights may also be worth exploring.