Symphony Towers | 750 Van Ness

Built in 2007, Symphony Towers is home to 130 residences at 750 Van Ness Ave. & 650 Turk St. in the Civic Center neighborhood. Notable features in the building include a secure lobby, elevator service, and an interior courtyard

Home sizes at Symphony Towers range from about 370 square feet up to about 1,730 square feet. Homes are available in studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include elevator service, parking and storage for most homes, secure bike parking, and a roof deck with BBQ.


Architect: Christiani Johnson Architects



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    Two Blocks to the Opera House and City Hall

    Van Ness Ave. View of Symphony Towers

    Civic Center - Van Ness Corridor


    MLS Listed Homes in the Building

    $615,000 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 421599681
    Chic and sleek one bedroom, one bath condominium located at the recently constructed Symphony Towers. This quiet back unit overlooks a court yard and also offers a custom kitchen featuring granite counter tops and all stainless appliances including gas range...
    $420,000 | 0, 1, 1
    MLS# 421596244
    Improved Price! Motivated seller! Welcome to the 11th Floor of Symphony Towers, your new home in the San Francisco skies! With secure, deeded parking in the building, new floors, a new washer/dryer, updated paint, Miele and Bosch appliances, and views...
    $440,000 | 0, 1, 1
    MLS# 421572942
    3 Months HOA Dues PAID BY SELLER! Unit 302 is a sun-filled studio and is one of the quietest units in Symphony Towers, with a courtyard view to enjoy whether working from home or winding down in the evening. This...
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    More About the Building

    Centrally located along the Van Ness Ave./Civic Center corridor, the building features ground-floor retail and a phenomenally walkable and culturally interesting location.


    Number of Homes


    Construction Schedule
    Completed in 2008.


    Most homes have one car parking, but not all do. A few have two spots.


    Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes