72 Townsend

Built in 2016, 72 Townsend St. is home to 69 residences in the South Beach neighborhood in San Francisco. The site was originally home to Hooper’s South End Grain Warehouse, built in 1874.

Home sizes at 72 Townsend St. begin at about 600 square feet and range from up to almost 2,900 square feet. Homes are available in one-bedroom, two-bedroom, and three-bedroom layouts. Building amenities include an attended lobby and hospitality lounge for residents.


Developer: KB Home | Architect: SB Architects


Oracle Park, a South Beach Favorite

Fabulous Location in South Beach

The Embarcadero and Muni Light Rail in Front of Bay Bridge


MLS Listed Homes in the Building

$1,095,000 | 1, 1
MLS# 490570
Location! Distinctive Design. Boutique 72 Townsend. Modern Luxury 1 BD/ 1.5 BA Condominium. Quiet & bright. Spacious bedroom w walk through closet & custom shelving. Modern Emser tiled & Kohler baths, separate shower w deep soaking tub & dual vanity....
$1,498,000 | 2, 2
MLS# 484970
New Price! Best Value & Huge Private Patio! Boutique Bldg w/Lobby Attendant & Rare Oversized Exclusive Terrace that Spans the Width of this Luxury Home.Find a Slice of Tranquility & Comfort here Ideally Located in the Heart of SF's Sunny...
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More About the Building

The homes of 72 Townsend rise behind a historic facade in a mid-rise (nine-story) building clad in red metal and glass. The site was originally home to Hooper’s South End Grain Warehouse, which was built in 1874. The development retains the historic facade as a decorative element with the homes being in a completely new building that is set back and rises from behind the original building facade.

The building is home to 74 condos, with most having a floor plan on one level, but the development also contains one townhouse-style condo. Home sizes range from one- to three-bedrooms, with most homes having one or two bedrooms. Homes range from just over 600 square feet on the small side to as large as 2,859 square feet on the penthouse level.

The development, before construction, exchanged hands several times. It was originally in the hands of the developer that built Symphony Towers on Van Ness, but after they declared bankruptcy it was purchased by Simeon and then subsequently sold to KB Home.


Number of Homes

Construction Schedule
Built in 2016

One garage spot for each home.

Amenities and Original Finishes
Attended lobby, hospitality lounge for residents

Below Market Rate (Inclusionary Housing) Homes
The developer elected to meet the below-market rate/inclusionary housing requirements by providing seven BMR homes on-site.


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