220 – 240 Lombard | Parc Telegraph

Built in 1993, Parc  Telegraph is home to 118 residences in the North Waterfront neighborhood at 220 – 240 Lombard Street. Notable features of the building include the beautifully landscaped grounds and an interior courtyard with ground-floor retail shops.

Home sizes at Parc Telegraph range from just under 450 square feet up to about 825 square feet. Homes are available in studio, one, and two-bedroom homes with just a few three-bedroom floor plans. Building amenities include an attended lobby, guest suite, fitness center, club room with full kitchen and bar area, and shared laundry at no additional cost.

 

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    Parc Telegraph

    Near the Embarcadero

    Embarcadero Shopping Center

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    More About the Building

    A hidden gem of San Francisco, Parc Telegraph is a private and quiet condo building at the foot of Telegraph Hill in the North Waterfront neighborhood. Your new home is in a full-amenity building with secure and attended lobby, guest suite, fitness center, club room with kitchen and bar, free shared laundry (as opposed to coin-op). Nearby conveniences include corner markets, grocery stores, restaurants and the world famous Embarcadero.

     

    Number of Homes
    118


    Construction Schedule
    1993


    Parking

    Most homes have one-car parking in the building garage.


    Amenities

    Building amenities are subject to change by vote of HOA at anytime. Current amenities are believed to include: attended/secure lobby, guest suite, fitness center, club room with kitchen and bar, free shared/common laundry and the building is served by elevators.

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