Park Hill | 351-355 Buena Vista

Built in 1926 as St. Joseph’s Hospital and converted to condominiums in 1987, Park Hill is home to 136 residences in the Buena Vista Heights neighborhood.

Notable features of the building include a cameo in Vertigo, the 1958 Alfred Hitchcock thriller.

Home sizes at Park Hill range from about 500 square feet up to about 1,400 square feet for the largest plans. Studio, one, and two-bedroom plans are available.




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    Courtyard at Park Hill Condominiums

    Steps to Buena Vista Park


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    More About the Building

    Perched high above the city, Park Hill represents elegant San Francisco living. Dating from 1926, this Spanish Revival landmark is perched on 3.5 acres of hillside and was added to the National Register of Historic Buildings in 1985. Many homes offer sweeping city views or look out over the bucolic Buena Vista Park, directly across the street.


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    Originally built in 1926 as St. Joseph’s hospital, it was featured in the 1958 Alfred Hitchcock movie, Vertigo. The hospital closed in 1979 and the building was renovated into condominium homes in 1987.


    Most homes have 1 car parking in an enclosed area.

    Amenities and Original Finishes

    Building amenities include a full-time front desk attendant, extra storage, common view roof deck and a magnificent multi-purpose room in the restored chapel. Park Hill condos are also directly across the street from Buena Vista Park, one of the city’s most beautiful parks.

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