Built in 2002, 188 South Park is home to 12 residences in the South Beach neighborhood. Notable features of the building include contemporary loft-style architecture in an exclusive location.

Home sizes at 188 South Park range from just under 1,200 square feet up to about 1,700 square feet. Homes are available in two and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include private roof decks on select homes and in-home laundry.


 Architect: Adele Santos


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    Nestled in the quaint, tree-lined South Park, one of SF’s most dynamic urban settings, this building is uniquely situation on a street that came into existence in 1852! South Park was originally constructed around 1855 as the center of an exclusive residential neighborhood modeled after a square in London, England. South Park was originally designed with 58 homes surrounding a 550-foot grassy oval park. At the time of construction, the block featured the first paved streets and sidewalks in San Francisco while a windmill in the center of the park pumped water for some of the homes.

    The second street cut sent wealthy residents fleeing for the heights, and the ’06 quake caused damage to many original buildings. Afterwards, the neighborhood was rebuilt as warehouses, light manufacturing, nightclubs, and hotels. The mixed-use of the neighborhood remains evident to this day.


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    Roof decks on select homes and in-home laundry

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