Marina Chateau | 2701 Van Ness

Built in 1929, Marina Chateau is home to 65 residences at 2701 Van Ness in the Cow Hollow neighborhood. Located just blocks from Russian Hill, Fort Mason and the Maritime National Historic Park, notable features of this pre-war Art Deco building include the rooftop garden and stunning lobby. Located at the intersection of Van Ness and Greenwich, the location is incredibly walkable with a building walkscore of 98.

Home sizes at Marina Chateau range from about 500 square feet to about 1,000 square feet. Homes in the building are mostly studio or one-bedroom plans, though there are several two-bedroom plans. Building amenities include an elevator and roof deck with stunning Golden Gate Bridge views.


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    Marina Chateau at 2701 Van Ness

    Front Entrance to Marina Chateau

    Quick Walk to Fort Mason and Maritime Park


    MLS Listed Homes in the Building

    $998,000 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 422679873
    Take a step back in time into San Francisco's historic Marina Chateau! This highly coveted corner unit is a 1 bedroom 1 bath, which features a separate dining room plus huge living room with a large closet. Either could easily...
    $895,000 | 1, 1, 0
    MLS# 422679007
    Elegant and refined, this enchanting condo at the iconic Marina Chateau combines classic architectural details with a thoughtful remodel. The entry opens onto a sun-drenched living room with crown moldings, hardwood floors and arched doorways. Carefully curated light fixtures, including...
    $959,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 422672900
    Welcome to the distinguished Marina Chateau. This spacious condominium is located in one of San Francisco's most prestigious propeties and in the center of the most vibrant desirable neihborhoods. Elegant iconic exterior and lobby. One of the larger homes in...
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    More About the Building

    A charming pre-war building with roughly 65 homes, the art-deco exterior gives way to a stunning Spanish Mediterranean lobby. The building’s location at the intersection of Van Ness and Greenwich puts it in the Cow Hollow neighborhood, but just a block away from the Marina District and across the street from Russian Hill.


    Number of Homes
    65 homes over 6 stories.

    Construction Schedule
    Built in 1929


    Many homes have parking in the building, but not all. The building does not use mechanical stackers or other parking enhancers.


    Below Market Rate Homes
    This building was constructed long, long, long before the city had a BMR program.