Fontana East & Fontana West

Circa 1965 construction, home to 135 residences in a stock cooperative at 1000 North Point St. & 1050 North Point St. in the Russian Hill neighborhood of San Francisco. Although many people think it’s in the Marina or the North Waterfront neighborhood because of it’s waterfront location, it is located in the Russian Hill district.

Home sizes at The Fontana East & The Fontana West include studios, one-bedroom homes, two-bedroom homes, three-bedroom homes, and four-bedroom homes. Building amenities include a club room, BBQ Area, door attendant, shared conference room, Zen garden, and laundry.

 

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    Circa 1965 Stock Cooperative

    Homes at The Fontana Feature Stunning Views

    Views of Aquatic Park

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    MLS Listed Homes in the Building

    Stock Cooperative
    $795,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 421584969
    Lovely cooperative apartment with sweeping Bay views. Enjoy the best that Russian Hill has to offer! Classic mid-century high-rise building designed by architects Paul Hammarberg and Art Herman. Spacious living room with dining area. Private terrace from which to enjoy...
    Stock Cooperative
    $898,000 | 1, 1
    MLS# 421589183
    Experience unobstructed sweeping views of Golden Gate Bridge, the Bay to Alcatraz, Angel Island, and Aquatic Park from this one-of-a-kind Fontana West Co-op residence. The unit is flooded with natural light & views from the living room, floor-to-ceiling windows with...
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    More About the Building

    It’s not a condo building like most San Francisco buildings, but the stock cooperative homes at The Fontana East & Fontana West Coop homes are so San Francisco they made our website for their contribution to changing city development trends. Homes on the north side of the buildings at The Fontana are known for their amazing water, Golden Gate Bridge, and bay views.

    The buildings are located in the heart of SF’s Ghirardelli Square and Aquatic Park Historic District. Nearby you’ll find the Maritime Museum, Hyde St cable car turnaround, Ft. Mason and Fisherman’s Wharf. Homes in the building have a walk score of 93, transit score of 89 and a bike score of 75.

     

    Number of Homes
    135

    Construction Schedule
    Built around 1965.

    Parking
    On-site, side-by-side.

    Amenities and Finishes
    Club Room, BBQ Area, Door Attendant, Shared conference room, Zen garden, Laundry.

    Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
    None.

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