The Amero | 1501 Filbert St.

“Understated Elegance”  –  Britton

Completed in 2015, the Amero is home to 27 residences at 1501 Filbert St. in the Cow Hollow neighborhood of San Francisco. The Amero is known for amazing views of the Golden Gate Bridge.


Home sizes range from about 1,000 square feet to about 2,500 square feet. Homes are available in two-bedroom and two-bedroom plus den configurations. Building amenities of note include a shared rooftop deck with barbecue, seating, and an outdoor fireplace.


Developer: Trumark Urban | Architect: NC2


View to Fort Mason and San Francisco Bay

Front Perspective of the Amero

Short Walk to Ft Mason Park and Marina


MLS Listed Homes in the Building

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Recent MLS-Listed Sales

$2,700,000 | 3, 3
MLS# 466434
Built in 2014 and located on the quiet side of the bldg, this stunning 2345 sq ft 3-Level 3 BR 3.5 bath has all you could possibly want to call home: Spacious open kitchen/dining/living areas, 600 sq ft private patio...

More About the Building

Located at the corner of Filbert and Van Ness in Cow Hollow, The Amero completed original sales from the developer in the Spring of 2015. The Amero has 27 homes with two bedrooms or two bedrooms plus a den in a mix of flats and townhome style condos. Square footage of the homes ranges from about 1,000 square feet to 2,500 square feet.


All homes have private decks or patios, and homes on higher floors have views of the Bay and the city. Floor plans include 15 two-bedroom flats, eight two-bedroom townhomes, and two townhomes with two bedrooms plus a den. The penthouse townhomes have private rooftop decks that are each about 700 square feet. Homes have one car parking each.


Finishes for 1501 Filbert – The Amero
The building has a beautifully finished lobby that is not attended. The building is a secure building with fob-controlled access.


Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
The developer paid an in-lieu fee to the city for the construction of affordable housing units at an alternate location.