Dolores Plaza

Built in 1983, Dolores Plaza is home to about 150 residences in the Mission Dolores neighborhood at 360 Guerrero Street and 1839 15th St. Notable features of the building include earthquake insurance as part of HOA dues.

Home sizes at Dolores Plaza range from about 500 square feet for a studio home to about 1,500 square feet for a three-bedroom home. Most homes are between 800 – 1,200 square feet. Amenities include landscaped courtyards, garage vehicle parking, HOA dues that include earthquake insurance, a gym with a sauna, and a “rec room.”


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    Nearby Mission Dolores Park

    Guerrero Street Facade

    Walkable to BART in the Mission


    MLS Listed Homes in the Building

    $800,000 | 1, 1, 1
    MLS# 422667950
    Sunny Mission Dolores at its finest! Just a few blocks from Mission Dolores Park, Whole Foods, Bi-Rite Creamery, Delfina and award winning Tartine Bakery- this spacious and bright one bedroom condo in a well run elevator building has everything the...
    $1,025,000 | 2, 1, 1
    MLS# 422637944
    Enjoy the best of the Inner Mission in your own serene sanctuary, removed from the hustle and bustle of city living while only steps to the Valencia Corridor and its world class restaurants, bars and shops. This updated 2 bedroom...
    $645,000 | 0, 1, 1
    MLS# 422626055
    Fresh and Bright, this updated, top-floor studio condo in the heart of Mission Dolores comes with deeded storage and garage parking. With over 600SF of efficient, light-filled living in the open floor plan, you'll enjoy cooking and entertaining from the...
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    More About the Building

    Location, location, location! This 1983 development with 150 homes is located in an incredibly walkable location with two addresses, 360 Guerrero Street and 1839 15th Street. For urban park lovers, you’ll find yourself just a few blocks away from Dolores Park, not to mention all the shops and restaurants along 16th St. To the west is the Castro neighborhood, while to the east lies the Mission and the 16th St. BART stop. The building is notable for including earthquake insurance as part of the HOA dues. Most homes have one-car parking in the garage and there are several short-term guest/drop-off spots at the 1839 15th Street building entrance courtyard area while the garage parking entrance is along the 360 Guerrero Street side of the building.


    Number of Homes
    About 150


    Year Built


    Below ground garage parking for one car comes with most homes.


    Amenities and Original Finishes
    A few vintage units still remain! The building offers a gym, sauna, elevators, and landscaped courtyards.


    Below Market Rate Homes
    This development was not a part of any Mayor’s Office of Housing program that we are aware of.