The Palace | 1731 Powell
Homes for Sale

Completed in 2018, The Palace at Washington Square is home to 19 residences at 1731 Powell in the heart of North Beach. Homes occupy the top four of the five floors in the mid-rise building, with a ground floor restaurant space that is approximately 4,700 square feet in total.

Home sizes at The Palace at Washington Square are primarily two-bedroom homes, but there are several one-bedroom homes and some larger penthouse homes as well. Building amenities include a fitness center, rooftop deck with bbq, fire pits, and three seating areas.


Developer: Joel Campos | Builder: West Builders | Architect: Holt Hinshaw Architects


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    The Palace at 1731 Powell in North Beach

    Nearby DiMaggio Playground

    Washington Square Park Across the Street from The Palace


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    More About the Building

    After the Pagoda Theater sat empty on this site for 20 years, it was torn down in 2013 and replaced with 19 new homes — 15 with two bedrooms, two with one bedroom, and two with three bedrooms. The homes occupy the top four of five floors, over a ground floor restaurant that will be approximately 4,700 square feet.


    Number of Homes


    Year Built
    The crumbling Pagoda Theater was demolished in 2013 and the site was used by SFMTA to extract the machines used to bore the tunnel for the Central Subway. Construction was completed in 2018.


    Initial plans show the building will have 27 parking spaces. We expect that each unit will have one parking space and that the remaining eight spaces will be allocated to the commercial space.


    Amenities and Finishes
    Luxury grade appliances and finishes. Some homes have private decks and there is a shared roof deck with bbq, firepit, and seating areas for owners.


    Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
    The developer has paid an in-lieu fee to the city to satisfy the inclusionary housing requirements. There are no BMR homes in the development.

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