The Summit at 999 Green St in Russian Hill, with 112 homes, was developed by noted architect Joseph Eichler. Built in 1964-1965, the building has 25 floors of residential condominiums that offer fabulous views of Downtown, San Francisco Bay, the Bay Bridge, and the East Bay.
One bedroom homes begin at about 800 square feet, while the largest homes are over 2,000 square feet. Homes at The Summit were originally built with one or two bedroom floor plans, but custom home plans have been created by combining adjacent homes in the building.
One of the few high-rise buildings on the north end of town, the building was one of the controversial north-end high rise towers built in the 1960s that played a pivotal role in limiting height limits in San Francisco development.
Developer: Joseph Eichler | Architect: Niell Smith and Associates